Prophecy constitutes almost one-third of the Bible. Prophecy is at the foundation of the New Testament Church. Out of the 216 chapters found in the entire New Testament, did you know there are 318 references to the Second Coming of Christ?  That means if you were to omit passages about prophecy, you would have to remove one out of every thirty verses in the New Testament. You would also have to skip 23 of the 27 New Testament books, which mention prophecy. For every prophecy about the birth of Christ, there are eight about His Second Coming. In light of prophecy’s prominence, can we really say, “Well, prophecy is just not relevant”?

Prophecy prepares us for future events. Hardly a day goes by that we don’t read about wars or rumors of wars, natural disasters or lawlessness in the newspaper. These grim headlines can discourage and worry us. Yet Jesus told His disciples to look for these signs of the end of the age. World calamities never take God by surprise. In John 16:4, Jesus said, “But these things have I told you, that when the time shall come, ye may remember that I told you of them.”  By reading Biblical passages about prophecy, you will be prepared for the days ahead. For even though the time of sorrows is coming, that means the day of redemption is drawing near. 

We here at GLPE believe that it is important to teach Bible Prophecy to the multitudes. On this page you will find videos that contain Bible studies on end time prophecy by men of God who teach the pure Word of God, and not Hollywood novels.