theology April 19, 2016 Where We Stand Today in the “end times” in Pentecostal Theology? Click to join the conversation with over 500,000 Pentecostal believers and scholars Click to get our FREE MOBILE APP and stay connected | PentecostalTheology.com SIGN UP to RECEIVE our weekly NEWSLETTERS on PENTECOST Where We Stand Today in the “end times”? Pentecostal Theology #Pentecostal #Christian #CHURCH pentecostalstandtheologytimestoday PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleThe subject of homosexuality in the church today Next articleReading “An Introduction to Pentecostalism” by Allan Anderson 7 Comments Reply April 1, 2016 Carl Murphy For two thousand years it has been the end times Reply July 21, 2017 Varnel Watson Street Preacherz “Behold the Bridegroom cometh” Reply July 21, 2017 Street Preacherz Yes there is an urgency. How I long for that cry. Look he cometh. One glimpse of his Glory. We’re so earth bound… in affection in giving in praying in worship maybe a breaking would be better than a revival? Reply July 21, 2017 Street Preacherz “you don’t need a revival you need an altar” – Pastor Clendennan Reply July 23, 2017 Varnel Watson PRAYER brings REVIVAL not open theism Reply July 23, 2017 Street Preacherz I’m just looking at destiny in the Bible. I only found it one place. And it’s not good. “He will come and attack Egypt, bringing death to those destined for death, captivity to those destined for captivity, and the sword to those destined for the sword.” – Jeremiah 43:11 (NIV) Can you add this to your computer Bible study. The Hebrew words are joined together. So I’m having trouble breaking it down. Certainly God has mercy. But judgment and warnings and threats are necessary. God knows. God knows you now. But will God know you then? There is no escape from the sword of the Lord… A little help? Just tried something new. Destiny on a word search in NIV lit up. None good. Reply July 23, 2017 Street Preacherz NIV: not inspired version? Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment * Name Email Website Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.