Is the woman in Revelation 12 representing a literal person or something figurative? What does John mean when he says "the ear opened its mouth" to save her? Learn more about these vivid and confusing prophecies.
Satan--like the devious con artist he is--has pulled off hundreds of counterfeit miracles in history and managed to dupe some people into thinking he is God. The devil is saving his best con for last. What is it?
Stephen and Scott discuss questions phoned in by listeners. Please note that there is NO transcript available for this program. Due to production demands, this program is a repeat of QA32 which aired in July 2017.
Who is the Red Dragon of Revelation 12? What does he represent? Find out.
David's suffering in Psalm 69 is only a microcosm of the suffering Christ will later face during His Passion Week. Stephen shows us why these precious words are also prophetic.
The Old Testament isn't merely about talking snakes, falling hailstones, and giant sea serpents. It's about the person and work of Christ. Before the crucifixion and resurrection, Jesus was the center of Biblical history.
As long as Thanksgiving is only an annual celebration in your home rather than a daily practice, you won't learn the secret of contentment.
God hasn't promised to rescue you out of your trials, but He has promised to carry you through them.
In Psalm 78, Asaph poignantly lays out Israel's long, wandering history in a single chapter. He begins the same as Genesis 1 and ends the same as Revelation 22 ends: with God as the hero.
Trees are an analogy for godly man or woman. They have to be rooted in good soil, watered consistently, and receive warmth from the sun. Like trees, the more dependent we are on God the more fruitful we will be.
Voltaire once wrote: 'God created man, and man returned the favor.' He was right. God has become downsized, trivialized, and re-defined in our generation. It's time to be re-introduced to our great and powerful God!
There's a song that says "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands!" Paul once stood before a crowd of polytheists and atheists and explained why the simple truth found in that song is so pivotal to the Gospel.
When Paul arrived in Athens, it was the philosophical center of the world and the birthplace of the democratic system. It had discovered many truths, but not THE Truth. Paul changes that!
Isis? Terrorism? Rumored climate changes? Immoral legislation from Washington? Don't be fooled into thinking God doesn't care. He is still sovereign, and He has a purpose for it all.
Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling us to Himself. He doesn't force us to surrender, but He gives us the choice. What will your response be? It has immediate and eternal significance!