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In a momentous development that has reverberated throughout Christian and Jewish communities, a red heifer, a significant symbol in Bible prophecy, has been born in Israel.
The Temple Institute, an organization dedicated to preparations for the Third Temple in Jerusalem, made the groundbreaking announcement on their YouTube channel, heralding the calf’s arrival as a pivotal moment in the fulfillment of ancient Bible prophecies.
The birth of this red heifer, a female calf, holds profound spiritual implications, as it is believed to bring the promise of reinstating biblical purity to the world. In both Christianity and Judaism, the red heifer has played a prominent role in eschatological narratives, specifically in relation to the “end of times.”
Do you often find yourself being emotionally set off by every little thing that gets on your nerves?
You are not alone in this struggle if you do.
Anger has seeped into cultures across the world, and all too often people do not have the emotional intelligence or spiritual maturity to combat it.
A revival at Asbury University in Kentucky gained a great deal of nationwide attention for 16 days back in February. It spawned many other mini revivals across the country, but eventually the excitement waned.
In sharp contrast, a little-known liberal university in southeast Texas has been celebrating a campus revival since 2018, and its momentum for Jesus continues to this day with weekly salvations, baptisms, healings and repentance among its students.
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, a school of a little less than 11,000 students, is a seeing an unprecedented move of God at the collegiate level. It has become a model university for the gospel of Jesus Christ, says Mike Fehlauer, the lead pastor of nearby New Life Church, where it all began five years ago.
The recent historic flooding at the Burning Man festival has left many questioning whether it was a mere act of nature or a divine message in response to pagan activities during the event.
For Christians, understanding such events in the context of biblical teachings is essential to discern God’s will.
Muddy roads in the northern Nevada desert trapped tens of thousands of festivalgoers for days, as torrential rains hit the Burning Man festival site just before the traditional torching of the iconic “Man” and the wooden temple. While the festival, known for its drug use, music and self-sufficiency emphasis, is a secular gathering, some are interpreting this flood as a possible act of God’s judgment.
In February 2023, the world witnessed a remarkable event that left tens of thousands of people in awe. Asbury University in Kentucky became the epicenter of a spontaneous two-week spiritual revival, drawing people from all walks of life. Gathered to pray, fast and be empowered by the Holy Spirit, this event stirred up passionate debates online about whether the Asbury Revival marked a “real” spiritual awakening. In a time when America grapples with a significant moral decline, questions arise: Are revivals still occurring across the nation, and how are they combating the spread of moral darkness in society?
“The Domino Revival,” an extraordinary new documentary, delves into these questions, exploring the decline of American spirituality and the burgeoning awakening sweeping the nation. The film features online media sensation Pastor Mike Signorelli and other leading revivalists who shed light on society’s growing fascination with the supernatural and unveil the awe-inspiring power of Christ currently at work in America.
Through compelling gospel preaching, documented miracles, triumph over despair and liberation from demons, “The Domino Revival” captures the essence of spiritual hunger and delivers a profound cinematic experience that aims to inspire and uplift.