By Sherry Shriner
Believers in the Word of God have long been expecting the last days of Biblical prophecy to surface. Believers in every age have anticipated its arrival, and with each turn of a century they were sure it was going to happen, but didn't. Is it time now? Are the last days prophesied throughout 1/3 of the Bible here?
The problem with systematic theology is that everyone gets stuck in one interpretation, one way of thinking. And so the churches aren't prepared for curve balls. What if things don't happen exactly as they are expecting? We know to expect certain things, but how we come to the arrival and conclusion of those things is something people aren't aware of. They watch the daily news for signs of the times but the problem is the news is controlled and so the public isn't getting the info they need to watch the times.
Another problem is they limit themselves to single interpretations. What if those interpretations are wrong? They would have you think that anything contrary to what they preach isn't the truth, but the problem is what they are preaching isn't the truth! And in many cases, simply aren't preaching end times theology at all.
I'm not saying I have all the truth, or I'm the sole person who has it. That would be idiocy. But what I can do and will do is what the Father has led me to do and that is bring to the forefront things that could happen and how they will happen that brings us into end time events.