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Gabriel now gives a brief summary of Roman history.
Julius Caesar returns to Rome where he is killed, stabbed 23 times, on the ides of March (March 15), 44 BC.
The King of the North, Antiochus 111, attacks (Daniel 11:15 – 19)
History fills in the details when we understand what God tells us, says Pastor Ian Cotton.
Ian Cotton of Seventh-day Adventist discusses how history fills in the details when we let God tell us plainly what is coming.
A look at the history Alexander the Great from Daniel 11 by Creston's Ian Cotton
God is a perfect and unbiased historian, says Creston Seventh-day Adventist Church pastor Ian Cotton...
The language of Daniel 11 is not symbolic but literal, says Creston Seventh-day Adventist Church retired pastor Ian Cotton...
God is concerned with His people, both then and now, says Creston Seventh-day Adventist Church Pastor Ian Cotton...
Creston Seventh-day Adventist Church Pastor Ian Cotton offers a Christmas meditation...
An honest Bible study leads to inescapable conclusion that Michael is Jesus, says retired Seventh-day Adventist pastor Ian Cotton...
Daniel 10:13 speaks clearly of invisible powers that rule and influence people and nations, says retired pastor Ian Cotton...
Prophecy will increase faith in God’s ability to accurately foretell the future, says columnist and former pastor Ian Cotton...
Daniel did at least six things in his prayers that deserve our attention, says columnist and former pastor Ian Cotton...
Some do not believe in the bodily resurrection of the Lord Jesus, says columnist and retired pastor Ian Cotton...
Reformers from 12th to 18th centuries would turn in their graves to see Bible prophecies cast aside, says Creston pastor Ian Cotton...
A British newspaper reported that one in eight of the population admitted they have no sense of right and wrong...
I am a Seventh-day Adventist because it is all about Jesus!
My New Year’s wish for you all is to find hope, peace and salvation in our Savior, Jesus Christ...