Christianity Beliefs Study Guides

End Times Deceptions Studies

Antichrist Deceptions
The Antichrist Is Hidden In Plain Sight

The Beasts of Daniel and Revelation

Antichrist In The Temple Deception

Bible Deceptions
Modern Bible Deception Verse Study

Satan’s Corrupted Bible Manuscripts

Catholic Church Deceptions
Killing The Two Witnesses Of Revelation 11

Pope’s Proclaim That Salvation Is Only Through The Roman Catholic Church

What The Bible Says About The Roman Catholic Church And The Pope

Daniel Prophecy Deceptions
70 Weeks Of Daniel Deception

Israel Deceptions
Jews Who Are Not Jews

Regathering Of The Jews Deception

The Star Of David Deception

Torah Jews Believe That The State Of Israel Is Illegitimate

Prophecy Deceptions
Abomination Of Desolation Deception

Daniel 12 Is Not About The Antichrist Or The End Times

No One Knows The Day And Hour Of Jesus Return

Rapture Deceptions
The Pretribulation Rapture Myth

Revelation Deceptions
The Fuel Project Guide To Revelations

The Seven Churches of Revelation

The Little Book of Revelation 10

The Two Witnesses of Revelation 11

Tribulation Deceptions
70 Weeks Of Daniel Antichrist and 7 Year Tribulation Are NOT Biblical!

Israel In Prophecy Video Series by Steve WohlbergIsrael In Prophecy Video Series

For all who desire to understand the final days, bestselling author and speaker Steve Wohlberg presents this 5-part video series, which is excellent for personal and small group study.

You will discover the New Testament distinction between “Israel after the flesh” (1 Corinthians 10:18) and the “Israel of God” (Galatians 6:14-16) centered in Jesus Christ.

You will also gain vital insights into what the book of Revelation really says about Mount Zion, the New Jerusalem, the Heavenly Temple, Babylon the Great and Armageddon.

This study is simple, Biblical, inspiring and Christ-centered.  Click here to watch Israel In Prophecy


Steve Wohlberg teaches about the Rapture, Tribulation, Antichrist, Israel, in this end time Bible studyEnd Time Delusions Video Series

Steve Wohlberg teaches about the Rapture, Tribulation, Antichrist, Israel, in this end time Bible study.

Will Christians vanish in a rapture?
Will 7 years of apocalyptic terror overtake those left behind?
Will one Diabolical antichrist rise to control the world?
Will he enter a rebuilt Jewish temple, claiming to be God?
Will Earth’s nations attack Israel at Armageddon?

Best-selling books like Left Behind and popular apocalyptic movies predict such things. Are they correct?

No area of Christianity has been subject to more misguided interpretation than prophecy. Millions of Christians sense we are nearing Jesus Christ’s return. Yet when it comes to what the majority thinks will happen during Earth’s last days, and what the Bible actually says will occur, the difference is seismic.

With clarity and biblical accuracy, End Time Delusions from Steve Wohlberg exposes massive errors now flooding through media and in much of today’s sensational prophecy writing.
These videos closely examine tightly meshed yet speculative theories about the rapture, seven-year tribulation, antichrist, and the modern Jewish state. Buttressed with solid teachings from many of Christianity’s most illustrious scholars, it lets the Bible speak for itself about the past, present, and future.

~ Rapture Delusions
~ Tribulation Delusions
~ Antichrist Delusions
~ Israel Delusions


Best Bible Translation StudyThis study on the most accurate bible translation will show how modernized versions of the Bible like the
NIV have verses that have been changed to:

Deny that Jesus is God; deny the virgin birth; remove that our redemption is through Jesus blood; deny that Jesus is our judge; and remove the trinity of God.

So they do much more than make the Bible easier to read, they change the truths of God, which is deception.  Click on most accurate bible translation

Engage The Fuel Project On FacebookThe Fuel Project “Know Your Enemy” video series explores the coming New World Order from a Biblical perspective. It will give you a Christianity history timeline to help you know how God and Satan work, so that you can discern what is truth and what is deception.

The Fuel Project Videos


Roman Catholic Beliefs

Providing answers to Roman Catholic beliefs in the grace and truth of Jesus.

Martin Luther declared “We here are of the conviction that the papacy is the seat of the true and real Antichrist.

John Calvin said “Some persons think us too severe and censorious when we call the Roman pontiff Antichrist.

Watch these important videos on Roman Catholic beliefs


Watch The 23rd Psalm Sermon Series

The 23rd Psalm is broken down into intimate detail in this series of “Enough: God’s Care for My Restless Heart” videos by Pastor Matt Heard of Woodmen Valley Church in Colorado Springs, CO.  Watch the video messages on The 23rd Psalm.


The Book Of Mormon vs. The Bible

This video series provides an in-depth study of Latter Day Saints historical evidence, and also discusses whether Joseph Smith was a true Prophet?  Click here for the The Book of Mormon vs. The Bible videos


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website October 31, 2013 at 5:14 am

Friends, I’m having a delema about a Jesus’
second coming. I get many conflicting answers, but
I know someone has the answer that makes sense.
The question is, if the year of Christ’s first coming was prophesied, why wouldn’t the year of his sencond coming also be prophesied?

Matt. 24:36 say’s that no one would know a day or the hour, but it
says nothing about a year. And, Dan. 12, in answer to Daniels question
in verse 8, really seems to give a year for Christ’s second
coming. In fact, all of chapter 12 describes what happens at the very end, giving a scene right out of 2Thess’s on the
topic of Christ’s retrun. Read it.
Please leave a comment, or visit the website where this prophecy is, I believe, very detailed.

The author of, The Final Time Prophecy, DW Miller, the time
prophecy ends a matter of years.
Looking for truth.


David November 1, 2013 at 8:09 pm

Thank you for your comment :-)

Are you ready for the truth?

Chapter 12 of Daniel is about the latter days of the Jews, which ended in 70 A.D.

It is NOT about the end times.

The angel helped Daniel understand the desolation of his people and Jerusalem, which was prophesied in Daniel 9:26-27, and had caused Daniel great anguish.

Daniel 12:11,12 “And from the time that the daily sacrifice is taken away, and the abomination of desolation is set up, there shall be one thousand two hundred and ninety days. Blessed is he who waits (i.e., survives, or endures), and comes to the one thousand three hundred and thirty-five days.”

1,290 days refers to the time period from when the Roman armies under Cestius surrounded Jerusalem in Nov. 66 A.D. until the invasion of the city in July 70 A.D.

1,335 days refers to the 1,290 days, plus 45 days of Roman siege inside the city of Jerusalem.

Here’s the explanation:

Day 1 – In Nov. 66 A.D, the first approach of the Roman army under Cestius surrounded Jerusalem, which was the “abomination of desolation” referred to in Luke 21.

Jesus church would have seen the ‘Abomination‘ of the Roman army standing in the holy place, Jerusalem, where it should not be, ready to desolate the city and the people.

Cestius and the army retreated for unexplained reasons, which gave Jesus church the opportunity to flee Judea into the mountains.

Day 30 – The second approach of the Roman army under Titus surrounded Jerusalem, where they camped for 1260 days, preparing for the siege and trying to get the Jews to surrender.

During this time the food supplies into the city were cut off, and 100′s of thousands of Jews died from infighting, starvation, disease, and from being crucified by the Romans when they tried to find food outside of the city walls.

Day 1290 -The Roman army invaded the city and stopped the daily sacrifice.

They continued the massacre for 45 days, killing 100′s of thousands of Jews.

Day 1335 – They stopped the siege when the last stronghold in the city was taken quickly. This fulfilled Jesus words in Matthew 24:22 “And unless those days were shortened, no flesh would be saved; but for the elect’s sake those days will be shortened.”

As you can plainly see, the 1,335 days referred to in Daniel 12 is about the Roman armies desolation of the Jews and Jerusalem.

It is not 1,335 years, which is the foundation of DW Miller’s The Final Time Prophecy.

And you can see how Daniel 12:1 was fulfilled, “And there shall be a time of trouble, Such as never was since there was a nation, Even to that time. And at that time your people shall be delivered.”

The unbelieving Jews who rejected Jesus as their Messiah endured a time of tribulation like never before, but Daniel’s people, spiritual Jews who believed by faith, Jesus Church, were delivered from the desolation.

And now you know the truth. :-)

Grace and peace to you in Jesus name,


Skip October 5, 2014 at 4:53 pm

Thank you David for these articles. Absolutely Awesome! Lies are everywhere…

I love the “little book” meaning and significance, rise of Islam, fascinatingly accurate!


David October 6, 2014 at 3:03 am

Thank you for your comment :-) The fulfillment of prophecy is awesome, because it proves that the God of the Bible is the One true God, who knows all. Sadly, most Christians don’t understand prophecy fulfillment, so they don’t have those proofs to share with others. Grace and peace to you in Yahushua’s name, David


David November 26, 2014 at 4:47 am

Thank you for being such a blessing.


David November 26, 2014 at 4:56 am

Thank you for your encouragement David :-) Grace and peace to you in Jesus name, David


Michael Guillery December 2, 2014 at 9:19 am

Thank you for your website.

I was being positively drawn in until I came to the article about modern Bibles and KJV.

Usually, should I come to a site that I disagree with, I just ‘move on’.

However, it seems I’m moved instead to leave a note regarding the aforementioned Bible debate.

First, my motivation. What it is not is to be argumentative. The reason for my note is this. Should others, as I did, find the site’s pages interesting, yet when coming upon the KJV article, feel it best to just ‘move on’, the site may be losing many who would othwise read it.

A little personal history:
I used to do a lot of traveling in the province where I live. Relatively shortly after ‘accepting the Lord’, on one of my business trips I had an very interesting meeting. As we were tying up business, the subject turned to the Lord. (It seemed we both reccognized the Spirit in the other.)

Shortly into the conversation the person I was talking with, asked what Bible version I was using. I volunteered what I was using. Then something happened that really moved me. Tears surfaced in this other person’s eyes, while she explained that the KJV should be the only one to use. Obviously, I was moved, yet perplexed. After all, if youi can’t trust the Bible what can you trust?

So, I did what I do when faced with something that seems different than my current opinion. I researched.

What I found was this. ‘KJV Only’ arguments fall short of sound support for their position. They will take a subject, say the ‘Blood of Christ’, and show that some modern versions don’t include the same in the corresponding verse. Where the reasoning falls short is this. The question shoud not be whether the exact corresponding verse includes those words because that assumes the first is right automatically making the other wrong. The question should be whether or not both include support for the ‘Blood of Christ’. And yes, modern versions include support for the Blood of Christ, which can be quickly found using most any Bible computer program quickly.

Since Bible translations do vary a little simply because Greek and English differ in times and localities, one cannot expect each verse to be word for word in agreement with another translation.

Because this a short note on the subject, one can easily ‘pull it apart’. Rather than do this, I encourage you to search the apologetic support for some of today’s translations.



David December 2, 2014 at 4:01 pm

Thank you for your comment Michael :-) The point of the study was to show that the KJ and NIV are profoundly different, not just because they use different words, but because the NIV is missing significant words that validate the deity of Jesus. That is a huge issue, for all of the words should be represented.

That said, I am not KJ-only, I am Textus Receptus and Masoretic Text only, which is the majority text that the KJ is translated from. The modern Bible versions use corrupt manuscripts, which is why they are missing words.

You can read an updated Bible study that allows you to compare modern Bible versions to the KJ by clicking on Modern Bible Deception Verse Study. The New King James contains all of the missing words, that the NIV and ESV leave out.

There are two historical paths of Bible manuscripts, the pure path of the Textus Receptus and Masoretic Text; and the corrupt path that the enemy created to corrupt the Word of God. You can read that study by clicking on Satan’s Corrupted Bible Manuscripts.

I normally read the NKJ. For studies I reference the KJ, Young’s Literal Translations, the Geneva Bible, and Interlinear Bibles which reference the Greek and Hebrew. I think the KJ-only line of reasoning is faulty.

Grace and peace to you in Jesus name, David


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