The Time of the Two Witnesses

Elijah and Elisha by Michael D. O’Brien

As the prophet Elijah is taken up to heaven in a fiery chariot, he bestows his cloak on the prophet Elisha, his young disciple. Elisha in his boldness has asked for a “double portion” of Elijah’s spirit. (2 Kings 2:9-11). In our times, every disciple of Jesus is called to bear prophetic witness against the culture of death, be it a small piece of the cloak or a large one. —Artist Commentary


WE are on the verge, I believe, of a tremendous hour of evangelization.



I wrote in The Great Deception series that the stage has been set for the "final confrontation." The world has been fed a steady diet of junk food by the Dragon, as the enemy tries to lure countless souls away from God with false "fruit and vegetables"—a false peace, false security, and false religion. But God, whose grace abounds where sin abounds, has also prepared a Banquet. And He is about to send invitations out into the byroads of the world to invite "the good and the bad", whoever will come (Matt 22:2-14).

It is Mary’s little army being prepared now in "the Bastion" who will be sent out to make the invitation.


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