Online Broadcast – Rugby Prophecy Day
Saturday 25 February
RUGBY PROPHECY DAY – SATURDAY 25 FEBRUARY 2012 DV – ONLINE BROADCAST
If you are unable to attend the prophecy day in person for whatever reason, you are very welcome to join us online. You will be able to listen to the talks via audio link and to see the powerpoint slides via the internet. During the breaks, you are all very welcome to chat to each other and discuss the talks if you wish.
If there are a few of you in one location who would like to listen, why not get together? You could listen from your own meeting room with other brothers and sisters (as I am doing) or from the comfort of your lounge. In this case, I recommend using two computers – one so that you can see the audio screen (which we post information updates to) and a second to display the powerpoint slides which you would sit around and watch – or plug it into your big screen TV for added viewing pleasure!
If you have listened before, the login information remains the same, so you should be able to get online as before. Try it now and if you have any problems just send me an email.
If you haven’t listened before, you will need to do the following:
1. Get a free account at http://www.authorstream.com
On the day, you log into your Authorstream account.
Before the start of each talk, you will be given a link to copy (CTL+C) and paste (CTRL+V) into your browser (if you have no idea what that all means, just ask – it’s really easy!) The link will take you straight to the powerpoint. You don’t need to work out when to change slides – that will be controlled automatically via Rugby.
2. Go to the CVC website: http://www.cvc.christadelphianmeetingroom.co.uk
Click the REGISTER button to register (You’ll be send the login details as soon as I can get to your request – it gets VERY busy around prophecy days!)
If your browser won’t let you complete the form, just email me.
3. Once you have the login information, go to the CVC website to download and run the software. It’s really easy and you will only have to do this once. I recommend installing an icon to your desktop so that the program is easy to find. Just follow the instructions.
4. On the day, go into the CVC website and keep checking for updates.
(Unfortunately, this software will not work with macs – sorry).
As usual, I will be doing help and soundchecks on Friday evening (24 February). I will also help as much as I can on Saturday. However, as I will also be broadcasting at my ecclesial hall, I won’t be able to help during talks so I strongly recommend you join us on Friday evening. If you can’t be there on Friday but would still like assistance, send me an email and I’ll see if I can arrange a different time.
My email addy is: email@example.com
With love in our Lord
(Rachael Wadsworth, Southport)
In our ecclesia we tackle the same theme in March and have our Annual Bible Study Day about this subject: “The Day is near” on Saturday March the 10° at ‘t Nieuwe Kerkehuis, Daltonstraat, Amersfoort, Nederland
Look out for the coming postings about this event.
Perhaps some reading you can do in advance:
To think about and notice good and false teachings plus recognising directions how to go.
- Prophecy: 4 antichrists (part 1) (mackquigley.wordpress.com)
All mankind will be forced to worship a world-dictator during the tribulation
- Of Prophets and Prophecies (boobsetal.wordpress.com)
he son of David, in Proverbs, continually warns against scoffing; Thomas Didim’s doubt is made an example of.
- TB Joshua’s Prophecies; Confessions of Patrick Kabwela – a die-hard Skeptic (watchtbjoshua.wordpress.com)
Rumours are very, very powerful. They spread like wild fire and are often lapped up quickly, just as a very hungry man would eat any food that comes his way without bothering to find out where it comes from. It is the easiest thing in the world to hear a rumour and begin to spread it around adding and subtracting from it according to what people want to hear, especially if it is tasty. It is a harder thing however to seek to find out the truth about something and respect that, neither adding to it nor subtracting from it. Right from time, man has loved to gossip; we all have itching ears, eager to hear the latest, especially if it is defaming someone’s persona.
- Bible prophecies fulfilled by Jesus’ birth (brakeman1.wordpress.com)
Below is a selection of prophecies in the Bible that found fulfillment in the birth of Jesus the Messiah about 2,000 years ago.
- Mayan Prophecy: End or Change | Socyberty (mrdprince.wordpress.com)
At last we have arrived in the year 2012, and the well advertised year of “the end of the world” according to some and perhaps even the ancient Mayan Indians.
- Revelation Road: Are Christians Living in the Last Days? By Stoyan Zaimov(trinityspeaks.wordpress.com)
The Rapture, the event that some claim is prophesied in the Book of Revelation, is a belief that believers will be taken into heaven, leaving unrepentant sinners behind on Earth to experience His judgment.
Prophecy is invaluable predictive information given to us by a loving God, with 100 percent accuracy. In addition to equipping us for the days in which we live, prophecy authenticates God’s sovereignty, spares human lives, and ultimately saves lost souls. The primary goal of prophecy is to inform us, rather than impress us. God is not someone with too much time on His hands; He is the one who holds all time in His hands. This enables Him to share and declare the end from the beginning. His plan is to pronounce hope, rather than announce harm.
Salus: Prophecies associated with the Mayan Calendar are extra-biblical, and the Rapture timing predictions of Harold Camping are unbiblical. There are over 2,300 references to Israel in the Bible, but I have yet to find even one concerning the Mayans. Therefore, prophecies concerning Israel attract my attention; whereas, Mayan predictions I consider biblically unfounded.
- Clearly Prophetic (tammy4christ.wordpress.com)
The news from the Middle East these days are clearly prophetic. In view of the Bible. I’ve been alive 53 years and can say I don’t remember the times being what they are today. Iran, Syria, and definately are in Biblical Prophecy.
- Sea Shepherd Prophecy (cyberwhalewarrior.com)
They shall turn upon their families first: their parents, siblings, aunts and uncles. “Why didn’t you tell me?” they will shout in desperation. “How could you not know this?”Those of us who know will be in much danger. They will take hold of us, shake us and demand, “Why didn’t you make me listen?”
- The desolation prophecies (creationconcept.wordpress.com)
In the table below, various prophecies about desolation are listed. Among the things that are described as becoming desolate in prophecy are the city of Jerusalem, the temple, mount Zion, other mountains of Israel, the land of Israel, and the church. Even heaven is listed in the table below.
- RUSSIA WARNS ISRAEL NOT TO ATTACK IRAN: Prophetic implications? (flashtrafficblog.wordpress.com)
Make no mistake: the Russian-Iranian strategic alliance that I’ve been writing about for the last several years has deepened to the point where Moscow is now unequivocally and quite openly backing the mullahs in Iran.
Is Putin “Gog,” the evil leader described in the prophecies of Ezekiel 38-39? It came up during my recent speaking tour in Florida, and in a talk I gave to a group on Capitol Hill last week? Thus far, my answer remains the same — Putin is certainly “Gog-esque,” but it is too early to speculate on whether he is actually the biblical figure that will rise to power in Russia (known in Ezekiel’s prophecy as “Magog”) in the last days and build an alliance with Iran (“Persia”), Sudan (“Cush”), Turkey (“Gomer”), Libya and Algeria (“Put”), the countries of Central Asia (“Beth Togarmah”) to attack the State of Israel from “the north” (probably via Lebanon and Syria).
- Two Keys to Biblical Prophecy (antwrites.com)
An Ipsos poll in 2006 found that 25% of adults believed it was at least “somewhat likely” that “Jesus Christ will return to Earth” in the coming year. Among white evangelical Christian adults, a whopping 46% believed this. Yet years later Jesus has still not returned. Want to know why Jesus did not come in 2007 or any year since then and still won’t come in 2012?
- K. A. Auberlen on Daniel 10-12 (creationconcept.wordpress.com)
In the following, K. A. Auberlen discusses the prophecy contained in Daniel chapters 10-12.
Daniel’s prophecy indicates the antichrist would exert his influence in “the glorious holy mountain,” which as Young tentatively suggested, refers to the Christian church. Daniel identified the holy mountain of God with Jerusalem, and he prayed that God’s anger would be turned away from Jerusalem. [Daniel 9:16] Daniel’s prayer could just as well apply to the church today, as to Jerusalem in Daniel’s time.
- Old Testament prophecy fulfilled before our eyes?(gunnyg.wordpress.com)What do sycamore and cedar trees have to do with biblical prophecy, the tragic events of 9/11 and the imminent future of the United States?
- The Isaiah 9:10 Prophecy: Is U.S. Under God’s Judgment? (gunnyg.wordpress.com)
A messianic rabbi from New Jersey is stunning audiences nationwide by revealing the striking parallels between the fall of ancient Israel and what he suggests are God’s early judgments of America.
- Were there witnesses other than the New Testament that Jesus fulfilled over 300 prophecies concerning Christ (wiki.answers.com)
Though the actual number of prophecies fulfilled by Christ can be argued and if any sources external to the Scripture make any indirect statements, the fact that the Scripture consistently proves they were fulfilled quite easily is there for the reader to discern as a source of historical perspective.It is not uncommon for biblical prophecy to have one level of fulfillment in the immediate future, and a final fulfillment many years later in the person and work of the Savior, Jesus. This is sometimes referred to as duality of prophecy.
- Prophecy or Promise? (shinecycle.wordpress.com)
Not everything that Jesus fulfilled was a prophecy. We need to understand the differences between prophecies, promises, and “the words of the prophets.”
when we consider a prophecy, and find in history events less than half a century afterward that fit a literal interpretation of the prophecy uncannily well, it’s at best folly to insist that the prophecy will be fulfilled “any day now!”
- The Purpose(s) of Prophecy (shinecycle.wordpress.com)
Very few Scriptural prophecies were given so that the remote descendants would know that the events of their later day had been foretold; in fact, every example of that kind that I know of says so more or less explicitly (by saying something like “Seal up the words of this prophecy until such-and-such”). Instead, most were given so that the people might be encouraged by impending deliverance (or chastened by impending judgment), either immediate or very soon.
- Sharia Rules in Egypt (lamarzulli.wordpress.com)
When the Arab Spring began months ago, and our talking heads on the networks assured us that the Egyptian people were fighting for democracy, I went on the record and declared that there would be no democracy, instead we would see Sharia or Islamic law, rule the day. This “prognostication” seems to have been fulfilled according to the article that I linked to above. There is a renewed hopelessness in many of the Egyptian people, as their hope of freedom and democracy seem to have been side-railed, perhaps forever.
Update March 2, 2012:
- Prophecy: 4 antichrists (part 8) (mackquigley.wordpress.com)
Every Old Testament prophetic item that was to accompany the literal rule and reign of Jesus Christ as King of the Jews had a meaning that was contingent to the 1st advent. These initial meanings would have become the final meanings had the Jews accepted Christ in 30 AD.
- The Book of Revelation in 5 easy minutes (4simpsons.wordpress.com)
the prophecies will always be right, but some of them aren’t that simple to understand.
- Mountains made low (creationconcept.wordpress.com)
Isaiah’s prophecy about making a highway in the desert is coupled with a prophecy about mountains being made low, and in many interpretations of his prophecy, the mountains are reduced to mere bumps in the road!
- Mountains and the promises of the gospel (creationconcept.wordpress.com)
much variety in the interpretations proposed for mountains is evident. In this post, I endeavour to show that the meaning of mountains in prophecy is connected with the promises of the gospel.
Matthew 24-25 The Olivet Discourse. the mount of Olives represents the prophecy that Jesus gave there
- The Trouble With Prophecies (fangirlingthroughfiction.wordpress.com)
musings about fiction
Prophecies are like the get out of jail free cards of fantasy fiction and I hate them.