Wallace G. Smith

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What is the Great Tribulation?

What is the Great Tribulation?

Jesus Christ will return! The Bible is absolutely clear on this glorious fact! But there are many events prophesied to occur before that return. And the one that is perhaps most speculated about is a period of time called “The Great Tribulation.” Christ tells us that this will be terrifying like no other—devastating for the world, and for the U.S. and Great Britain, in particular.

Are Angels and Demons Real?

Are Angels and Demons Real?

Many scientists claim that the only world that exists is the one we can physically see around us—the world detectable by our physical senses or scientific instruments. Others claim that there is another world beyond that—the spirit realm—inhabited by beings called angels and demons. Are angels and demons real? Do they exist? If they do exist, what are they like? If God made the angels, did he make the demons, too? And if so, why?

Black Holes: Leviathans of the Cosmic Deep


The Apostle Paul wrote to his audiences in the first century describing their destiny to inherit “all things”—the universe—pointing out that, at this time, we do not yet see the fullness of that inheritance brought under man’s control (Hebrews 2:8).

Better Than Heaven!

Better Than Heaven!

While beliefs about the afterlife vary from culture to culture and faith to faith, many believe that, when we die, our immortal soul will go to heaven to be with God for eternity. Do you have an immortal soul? What happens after you die? This program gives the answer to a question that almost everyone wrestles with: What really does await you after you die?

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Your Ultimate Destiny

Why were you born? Why does God allow even dedicated Christians to go through years and decades of trials, tests and persecutions? Why is it so important that we all "overcome"? What is the magnificent purpose for all our lives here on planet Earth?

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Three Days, Three Nights, One Messiah

Three Days, Three Nights, One Messiah

Easter is a time when many choose to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ – the Messiah.  But, one Easter tradition actually denies that Jesus is the Messiah!  Let’s examine some of the customs associated with Easter and let’s examine one very important element of Easter that many claim to believe in, but which actually denies that Jesus is the Messiah!

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Easter: The Untold Story

Every year, billions of people observe a joyous Easter Sunday celebration. For some, it may be one of the few times each year they come to church. For others, it may be the culmination of observances going back to Ash Wednesday, Palm Sunday and Good Friday in preparation for the festive day.

Many of these people have no idea that their Easter celebration owes far, far more to pre-Christian myth than to anything Jesus Christ or His Apostles believed, practiced or taught.  A few think they can “sanctify the pagan” by turning old worship of Astarte or Ishtar into a “Christian” rite; others just assume that this is what Christians have always done. 

The truth is that Jesus Christ did command His followers to keep annual observance in memory of His death. And He gave His followers one sign that would prove or disprove His Messiahship. Shockingly, very few people alive today realize that the Good Friday to Easter Sunday tradition is actually in utter opposition to the truth of Christ’s death, burial and resurrection as foretold in Scripture.  If you want to learn that truth, read on!

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