Rejoice in God’s provision for His children throughout His prophetic plan as we take a final look at Agents of the Apocalypse.
Are we living in the end times? Is it possible that the players depicted in the book of Revelation could be out in force today? And if they are, would you know how to recognize them?
In Agents of the Apocalypse, noted prophecy expert Dr. David Jeremiah does what no prophecy expert has done before. He explores the book of Revelation through the lens of its major players—the exiled, the martyrs, the elders, the victor, the king, the judge, the 144,000, the witnesses, the false prophet, and the beast.
In 1828, a family of German Protestants named Hermès settled in France and opened a harness shop in Paris. Soon they were selling upscale products to European noblemen, and they haven’t stopped. Today you can still buy high-priced, high-quality Hermès products around the globe.
One of the most popular children’s books ever written is by Judith Viorst: Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (Atheneum, 1972). Alexander is a red-headed tyke whose day starts like this: “I went to sleep with gum in my mouth and now there’s gum in my hair and when I got out of bed this morning I tripped on the skateboard and by mistake I dropped my sweater in the sink while the water was running and I could tell it was going to be a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.”
Every sports team in history longs for a perfect season—a record with nothing but a whole number and a zero in the record books. In 2007, the New England Patriots were 16-0, not losing a single regular season game.
Have you ever considered how much food goes to waste after a conference or special event that is catered? Helen Palit, a silver-haired activist who founded and runs the non-profit Angel Harvest in Los Angeles did and went into action.