... Jerusalem ... 22 Just as the new earth and the new heavens will endure by my power, so your descendants and your name will endure ... Isaiah 66 (GNT), 18 ... Jerusalem will be rebuilt, and its PALACE restored. Jeremiah 30:18 (GNT)


Added in translation: the "cross" Part 2 of 2

This symbol of a cross wasn't originally nor exclusively in use by Christians!
To Christians however the cross - the two-beamed cross to be exact - with time became a true symbol to their faith. Many honest believers and followers of Jesus/Yeshua don't know any better then this. But, ...



The cross: a God-given symbol to Christians?!

The most wide spread symbol of Christianity is the cross. Sincere Christians believe it to represent their faith. This symbol however didn't originate with and isn't in use exclusively to Christians. Is this a true symbol to the Christian faith at all?

How, why and when did the cross end up being a symbol to Christianity. Even more, what is the origin of this symbol apart from being attributed to the Romans as an instrument of crucifixion?


End Times: heavenly for Christians or a time of gathering God's people?!

Revised: 22-7-2012

Many people believe that a period of extreme difficulties - called the End Times - is up ahead. Some Christians do expect that while the people on this planet have to endure difficulties, Christians will be enjoying a heavenly time. For they will be the ones being gathered by God Almighty.

Not so, says biblical scripture! So, what will be the true course of events and for whom?


Added in Translation?! Part 1 of 2

The bible has been around for ages. while it has been translated again and again in many different languages with enormous accuracy. Through ages and generations God's word is still standing!

Despite the accuracy of the biblical word, sometimes words may be added in translation, as is the case with the Lords prayer and a reference to the Holy Spirit of God. But, for what reason? And, how did this come about?

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