Weekly Watchman – Prepper News & Current Events
Those who take Prepper News and preparedness seriously, look around at current events and consider how what world leaders do will affect their family and security. For those who are Christians AND preppers, the events around the world and how they might align to prophecies in the Bible should be taken even more seriously, as they might affect them spiritually and ultimately eternally.
Some say that 25-35% of the Bible is prophetic in nature. If that is true, if we don’t consider Bible Prophecy, we are neglecting, at least, one-fourth of the Bible. And it must be remembered, that Jesus referred to prophecy and prophesied Himself!
Lastly, when you consider how prophecies played out in the Bible, it was realized in everyday life. Governments, armies, weather events, famine, pestilence, etc… were all used to fulfill prophecies, but to the unwatchful eye, it would have seemed like just the regular events of life.
This page will remain static. However, the videos and information on the page will change as new ones are released. As a result, you will want to visit this page weekly.
Disclaimer: I don’t agree with everything I post here. However, I try to keep an open mind and definitely don’t want to be like the religious leaders of Jesus’ day that had the Son of God right in front of them, but didn’t recognize Him because He didn’t come the way they thought He would come! Stay Prepped and Aware!
The Latest Bible Prophecy Videos and Prepper News – Updated!
John Haller – Prophecy Update – Updated 4/19/20
Jacob Prasch – This Week in Prophecy (IS THE 1ST SEAL ABOUT TO BE BROKEN?) – Updated 4/8/20
Amir Tsarfati – Middle East Update – Updated 4/22/20
JD Farag – Mid-East Prophecy Update – Updated 4/19/20
Calvary Melbourne Australia – Updated 4/22/20
Tom Hughes – Prophecy Update – Updated 4/22/20
Mark Correll – Prophecy in Today’s News – Updated 4/15/20
Jason A – Updated 4/17/20
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*** The Weekly Watchman used to be a weekly post on Ed that Matters.