Christian Author Bill Koenig Says 'The Bible Is Coming To Life'
By M. Grace, January 12, 2018 00:01 AM
In his latest book, famous Christian author Bill Koenig said that the Bible is coming to life and seemed like no one is noticing it.
"We are living in the most significant and important time in Bible-prophecy history - with the least amount of interest in the Church," Koenig said.
"There are so many distractions today, people are being pulled in so many directions, there is an information overload, and it amazes me that there is so little interest," he added.
On the radio show of Jan Markell titled "Understanding the Times," Koening said that only small amount of church-goers understand the significance of the events such as Trump's administration.
"The fact that Jerusalem is God's time-clock, the nations that we know to watch, the leaders that we know to watch. We are so blessed that we fully understand it," said Koenig, the author of "Eye to Eye - Facing the Consequences of Dividing Israel" and "Revealed - Obama's Legacy."
"The Bible is playing out right before our eyes. The Jewish prophets of the [Bible] spoke of these days. And we are honored and privileged and blessed to be living in this day," he added.
Laurie Cardoza-Moore, representing the World Council of Independent Christian Churces at UN, also added that Christians do not always pay attention to what the message about Israel and what their biblical responsibility is.
"Too often Christians don't quite understand prophecy and where does the United States fall in to the whole story," she said. "How many times have we read our Bibles, and USA - the three letters [inside the word Jerusalem] go right past us. Just as the letters USA are in the center of Jerusalem, we are going to be in the heart of that city. And there's no other place the United States should be."
In the end, she said that we need to position ourselves as Bible-believing Christians and that we should stand on the words of God.
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