Tom Kovach lives near Nashville, is a former USAF Blue Beret, and has written for several online publications. In 2006, he published his first book. He is also an inventor, a horse wrangler, a certified paralegal, and a network talk-radio host. He is available to speak to your group. To learn more, visit: www.TomKovach.us
If we’re all here next week that shaman owes me a coke.
If the Cubs win the World Series, then you will know the end is near.
Lots of “teasers” to sell books to Christians, little hard info. If he was serious, he’d post the entirety of his research online and answer the questions he raises. Instead, you have to “buy the book,” one of which will “be out soon!” Uh huh.
The things we are seeing now is minor compared to the intensity of the events that Revelation describes. Be careful of people like this. Google “Harold Camping” and read about him.
A bunch of wildfires in California, and this guy says it’s the Tribulation period? The guy doesn’t get out much.
Unprecedented means that it has never occurred before. I remember back in the 70s watching an old educational film that looked like it was from the 1950s (zzzzz!) about forest fires. It talked about lightning strikes without rain in the west and the fire watch towers that were built to watch for the first signs of smoke and to triangulate the smoke's location.
This might be a worse than normal year, but it is hardly out of line for a state that has had two seasons, fire and mud, for as long as I can remember.
A book on the end times. There’s a first.
I don’t believe that we are in the Great Tribulation yet.
I o believe that the stage is being set for the Great Tribulation.
Except for Tom Kovach -- he's the only one who was told.....
The Great Tribulation begins with the signing of a covenant between the AntiChrist and Israel. This has not yet occurred.
IMHO, the fires in CA have not been caused by lightning nor ‘dry lightning”, but a much more plausible explanation is that many groups of masonic related orders believe they can advance their worldly agendas by setting the fires, then appealing to the fire protection agencies as false objects of hope, and to justify larger tax appropriations for their own worldly constructs.
If this isn’t the case, the masonic groups might simply appeal to ‘lightning’ and other natural causes where lighting is rarely if ever seen nor thunder heard, as the cause of calamity.
IMHO, arson on a grander scale is far more consistent in a social public which condones Wicca, witchcraft, and other worldly counterfeits to what God has provided.
This is a joke right? Surely this fellow doesn't think that dry lightning is unprecedented?
Wow.....I was very skeptical of what the author was saying until he said this near the end. Now I'm convinced!
(King James) “And the angel took the censer, and filled it with fire of the altar, and cast [it] into the earth: and there were voices, and thunderings, and lightnings, and an earthquake.”
We could be in the last days.... but then again as someone else posted from St Matthew:
“But of that day and hour no one knoweth, not the angels of heaven, but the Father alone”
Christians have suffered many even more horrible afflictions, attacks, horrors, invasions, in the PAST than even in the present.
....a prophetic equivalent of a "prosperity gospel" that gives people a false sense of hope and security."
“Prophets” have been trying to guess what God has in mind for hundreds of years. While it’s good that he, or anybody, takes the time to read the Bible and try to keep up on current events, it’s more important to serve your neighbor and preach the Gospel of love.
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Seems like the world’s always ending but we never get there...like a Zeno’s paradox of eschatology.