Original Word: ἐπικαλέω
Part of Speech: Verb
Phonetic Spelling: (ep-ee-kal-eh’-om-ahee)
Definition: to call upon
Usage: (a) I call (name) by a supplementary (additional, alternative) name, (b) mid: I call upon, appeal to, address.
Below is shocking proof why it’s so important to read the Bible (King James Version) and not be spoon fed by your pastor or some YouTube spiritual leader. It’s of paramount importance that we follow scripture and not the philosophy and tradition of man. 1 John 4:1 KJV ; Colossians 2:8 KJV
The following quote by Dr. David Reagan of Lamb and Lion Ministries.
Dr. Reagan: My turn-around with Bible prophecy occurred with the book of Zechariah. When I was 12 years old, I discovered Zechariah 14, and I just couldn’t believe it. I took the verses to my pastor and I said, “You say that Jesus will never put His feet on the earth again. This chapter says He’s coming to the Mount of Olives, and when His foot touches the Mount of Olives, it will split in half.” Well, he sat there and he read it and he read it and he read it. I don’t think he’d ever read it before. Finally, he looked up, and he pointed his finger in my face, and he replied: “Son, I want to tell you something. I don’t know what this means, but I can guarantee you one thing, it doesn’t mean what it says.”
In fact, I was in a public discussion before some 2,000 people one time in Cincinnati where a fellow took the same position. He was an Amillennialist. All I used was Zechariah 14 because I knew Amillennialists focused solely on Revelation 20. He then got up and made this comment: “I don’t know what Zechariah means. I have no idea. But, I’ll guarantee you one thing, it has been fulfilled sometime and somewhere in history, because all of the Old Testament prophecies have been fulfilled.”
For the answer to where we are in the chronology of the end times, check out the complete interview on Christ in Prophecy!
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