For generations Christians have debated about the U.S. being involved in prophecy. The Josh Tolley Show (watch below) interviews Bill Salus about his point of view …is it yours? This interview features The NOW PROPHECIES book and DVD
BELOW IS A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO THE SHOW
World history evidences what the Bible boldly declares: The establishment and future of a city, territory, nation or empire, is determined by the Lord. Concerning the creation of a nation, we are told in Acts 17:26,
“And He (God) has made from one blood every nation of men to dwell on all the face of the earth, and has determined their preappointed times and the boundaries of their dwellings.”
The prophet Jeremiah explains how the future of a nation is determined.
“The instant I speak concerning a nation and concerning a kingdom, to pluck up, to pull down, and to destroy it, if that nation against whom I have spoken turns from its evil, I will relent of the disaster that I thought to bring upon it.” (Jer. 18:7-8)
“And the instant I speak concerning a nation and concerning a kingdom, to build and to plant it, if it does evil in My sight so that it does not obey My voice, then I will relent concerning the good with which I said I would benefit it.” (Jer. 18:9-10)
This Josh Tolley Skype TV/Radio show takes a look at the epic tales of two infamous cities, Nineveh and Jerusalem. These comparisons are made to determine which one of these locations best characterizes America’s current spiritual condition. If such a historical comparison is applicable NOW, then the pertinent question is: Should Americans find hope in Jeremiah 18:7-8, represented by Nineveh at the time of Jonah, or despair in Jeremiah 18:9-10, alluding to Jerusalem at the time of the Babylonian conquest? To determine the answer Bill Salus proposes the examination of two principles that he calls the Nineveh and the Jerusalem Principles.
Watch the show below to learn about these two biblical principles to see which shoe fits for the USA!
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