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Why Are Churches Afraid To Preach About This ?

Most people don't read the Bible because they don't understand what it says or they believe it's just a fairytale. What they don't understand is the Bible is a history book that tells the story of the beginning and the end of the world as we know it.

The Bible is nearly 1/3 prophecy that has foretold the rise and fall of empires and Kingdoms way before they even existed by 100% accuracy.

Most Churches are afraid to preach on Bible prophecy and God says that he will hold them accountable for this. Fortunately there are Ministers and Bible teachers starting to teach Bible prophecy on TV now because they are now seeing these prophecies come to pass right in front of there eyes at a very fast pace.

One of these Bible teachers is a man named Les Feldick that teaches what the Bible says in a way that everyone can easily understand. Les has a show on TV called Through The Bible With Les Feldick and also his teaching can be found on YouTube. Les started his teaching back in the 90's and ended in 2008 because he covered the whole Bible from the beginning of the Bible to the end in 2008.


So if you would like to understand what the Bible says in a easy way then go to the link below.

You will be glad that you did.


https://youtu.be/mXFNAM8XKo8


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvkBPDJaXDw&list=PLTy2bVnA1Vh9H7rr4mTjJZjXI6YBB7ve2




Science Has Found Proof of the Existence of God and you can see and hear the proof at the link below.

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https://youtu.be/Er9D00DXQQs







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