(Schroon Lake, New York) — This week I’ve been teaching at the Word of Life conference center, nestled in the heart of the gorgeous Adirondack Mountains.
It’s been such a blessing to be here with my family. We’ve loved meeting so many people from all over the U.S. and Canada, teaching the Scriptures, answering people’s questions, and taking advantage of so many outdoor activities, from swimming and kayaking to jet skiing and tubing to miniature golfing and so many other activities.
Word of Life is a wonderful ministry with a rich history of teaching the Scriptures to young and old. I highly encourage you to learn more about them and consider attending one of their Bible conference and/or youth camps.
My series this week was called, “What Does The Future Hold? Insights From The Hebrew Prophets.” It was divided into four sessions.
- Session One — What Does The Future Hold For Syria? (Isaiah 17 & Jeremiah 49)
- Session Two — What Does The Future Hold For Jordan? (Jeremiah 48 & 49)
- Session Three — What Does The Future Hold For Egypt? (Isaiah 19)
- Session Four — What Does The Future Hold For Israel, Russia & Iran? (Ezekiel 38 & 39)
Soon, I hope to post links to either the audio and video of the sessions. For now, I promised those who attended the sessions that I would post links to notes I’ve previously published on the importance of studying and teaching Bible prophecy, and on the specific prophecies we studied together during the week. I’ve also included a link to books on eschatology and other Bible prophecy resources that I recommend.
I hope you find them helpful.
Bible Prophecy Resources
- Sermon Notes: Rediscovering The Purpose & Power of Bible Prophecy
- Are there really ancient prophecies in the Bible that promised the rebirth of Israel in the “last days”? As modern Israel turns 69, it’s an important question to consider.
- Pastors: here are 24 pages of study notes on Isaiah 17, Jeremiah 49 & the future of Damascus. Please feel free to share with others.
- Answering those who dismiss Isaiah 17 & Jeremiah 49 regarding the future of Damascus
- Video: Neil Cavuto interviews Joel Rosenberg on Isaiah 17 and “Damascus Countdown.”
- Video: Fox News’ Martha MacCallum interviews Joel Rosenberg on Isaiah 17 & future of Damascus.
- Growing number of media stories focus on Isaiah 17 & Jeremiah 49 prophecies on the future of Damascus.
- Isaiah 19, Bible prophecy and the future of Egypt: Where are we headed?
- What is the “War of Gog & Magog?” Part One
- What is the “War of Gog & Magog?” Part Two
- What is the “War of Gog & Magog?” Part Three — the good news
- Is Bible prophecy relevant for our troubled times? (7 videos from a seminar I co-taught with Anne Graham Lotz on Bible prophecy.)
- Prophecy Q&A
- Books on Bible prophecy I recommend
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