• Episode 32. Thunder from Heaven, Part 2

      What will the world look like at the "time of the end," shortly before Jesus Christ returns? In the previous episode of "Pictures of the End," we discovered that the Bible's longest time prophecy ended in 1844, when God's judgment began in heaven. But what happened on Earth in 1844? In this episode, host Tim Rumsey investigates the three angels' messages of Revelation 14, and shows how they warn about many tremendous changes that would take place in our world beginning in 1844.

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"Pictures of the End" is a fresh new radio show and podcast produced by Pathway to Paradise Ministries.  Join host Tim Rumsey each week and discover what the Bible says about our world today.  Each episode explores a "picture" of today's world through the lens of Bible prophecy, history, and current events.  Join Dr. Rumsey and guests each week to learn what the Bible really teaches about the religious, political, natural, and social forces at work in our world.  The truth may surprise you!

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