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  1. David, wanted share about Paul begley, years ago he was in cahoots with a guy who has many names on YouTube such as bpearthwatch. They would often appear on each other’s channel and video’s. One day they began to say the spirit was not alive today and tongue’s were babbling and that old testament was just stories etc. Straight up blasphemy stuff. But they did not leave it there. Paul and Jesse, bpearthwatch then went on a live irc chat program and openly argued about in front of thousands, believers and non believers a like. It was most disgusting thing I had ever seen as a Christian. On side note, l.a. marzulli was appearing with Paul. As Christian I wrote and warned him about the false teachings of begley, marzulli, or his wife wrote back scathing me as everything that was wrong with Christianity. Went on to say he is close to begley and often has him over for dinner. This tells you he is also false. Begley is just con man. Promised bible never sent

    • Thank you for your comment Don. Yeah, Begley is a con man to be sure. I’ve seen BPEarthWatch post some things about prophecy, and sadly he’s a futurist too! It’s all hard to witness.

  2. Dear David,

    I recently discovered your expose on Dana Crosby. So I thought you might be interested in my article that defends Pre-Trib Rapture and exposes Pre-Wrath Rapture. (I don’t mention her, but believe it along with Dr. Andy Wood’s expose on Ten Virgins Parable.
    Here are the links:

    Here are my PreWrath Rapture exposes documentaries: Part I and Part II of Pre-Wrath Rapture Principality that Andy Woods endorsed as the best he had ever read or heard, which are published and posted at:

    Part I

    Part II

    And here is Dr. Andy Woods presentation that refutes Dana’s 10 Virgins presentation (without naming her):

    Sincerely in Christ,

    James Sundquist

    • Dear James, I appreciate you contacting me. I respectfully submit that the concept of a Pre-Trib Rapture is fatally flawed. The pre-trib / mid-trib / post-trib rapture debate is based on the concept of a futuristic 70th week of Daniel, but that is a deception to fool the end times saints.

      The 70th week of Daniel 9 prophecy foretold when Messiah would appear to carry out His ministry, and when (in the middle of the 70th week) He would confirm the everlasting covenant (that was mentioned in Daniel 9:4) with His blood as the Passover Lamb, to atone for our sins. It’s not about the end times or the antichrist.

      Once you understand the fulfillment of the 70th week of Daniel 9 by Messiah, you know that the concept of Revelation being fulfilled during a supposed 7-year tribulation period is based on a faulty foundation. That’s why I wrote a book about the 70th week of Daniel 9 before I published a book about Revelation.

      I pray that you will take another look at the 70 weeks of Daniel 9 prophecy. You can read an overview of the fulfillment, watch explanatory videos, request a free PDF copy of The 70th Week Of Daniel 9 Decoded book or order a printed copy @

      Sincerely in Messiah the Prince,
      David Nikao Wilcoxson

  3. David, question, regarding a comment you made about keeping Sabbath; I believe you suggested this could not be kept, this is one of the 10 commandments; if you are able could you clarify your thoughts on this matter please… Thank you.

    • Bruce, I don’t recall saying that the Sabbath can’t be kept. You may be referring to me saying that people’s jobs prevent them from keeping the Sabbath of the Lunisolar calendar, as the Sabbath falls on different days of the Roman week. If the Sabbath falls on Monday, can most people take each Monday off that month? No. Let me know if that’s the context of the comment. David

  4. David, it seems that you are a partial or full preterist. I have written 4 articles against those views. The first 1 is in the Website box below and the other 3 are at the same site. Please read and comment. Thank you.

    • Clive, I am a historicist who shows how some key prophecies were historically fulfilled in the first century. Regarding your article, the context of Messiah’s Olivet Discourse is the desolation of the temple that He just came out of, in which He rebuked the Jewish leaders who were seeking to kill Him. He proclaimed that judgment would come upon them in that generation.

      We know that within a generation, the Jewish-Roman War of 66-70 AD caused Jerusalem, the temple and the Jewish nation to be desolated. 1.1 million Jews died in and around Jerusalem from famine, pestilence, infighting, suicide, evisceration, crucifixion and by the Roman sword.

      All of the things that Messiah described from Matthew 23:36 to Matthew 24:33 were fulfilled by 70 AD. The enemy has deceived people about the symbolism of the sun, moon, and stars being darkened; Messiah coming in power and glory; and the elect being gathered. But the Bible gives the proper definitions for the symbols.

      The term ‘this generation’ was used ten times in Matthew, the last time in Matthew 24:34. The previous nine times it points to the Jews who lived during Messiah’s first advent. When you take Messiah at His Word you see the fulfillment of His Olivet Discourse and how the things that He described took place in that generation of Jews, for their punishment of continuing their rebellion against the Father, for delivering Messiah up to be killed, and for persecuting His disciples.

      They proclaimed ‘let His blood be on us,’ and that prophetic statement was fulfilled in that generation, during the Jewish-Roman War of 66-70 AD, when Jerusalem, the temple and the Jewish nation were desolated.

    • Clive, regarding your second article, the abomination of desolation is a reference to Antiochus and his army surrounding Jerusalem to take it captive. Matthew was written to Jews who understood the reference. Luke was written to Gentiles who would not, so he gave the clear definition, when an army surrounds Jerusalem.

      The abomination of desolation took place in November 66 AD, when Cestius and his army were sent to quell the Jewish rebellion. They infiltrated the first two city walls and were close to taking the inner city with the temple captive, when for no explained reason (the hand of God) they left.

      This gave the saints the opportunity to flee to the mountains of Pella in the Decapolis region, to be protected during the coming Jewish-Roman War of 66-70 AD.

      Daniel 12 foretells the 3 1/2 years of the Jewish-Roman War of 66-70 AD, and the time of trouble for the unbelieving Jewish nation when 1.1 million Jews died in and around Jerusalem from famine, pestilence, infighting, suicide, evisceration, crucifixion and by the Roman sword.

    • Clive, regarding your third article, the time of great tribulation that Messiah is pointing to in His Olivet Discourse took place during the Jewish-Roman War of 66-70 AD, when Jerusalem, the temple and the Jewish nation were destroyed. 1.1 million Jews died in and around Jerusalem from famine, pestilence, infighting, suicide, evisceration, crucifixion and by the Roman sword.

      Messiah was describing the horrible scene of death in and around the small city of Jerusalem, as nobody buried the bodies, so they were stacked in heaps in the city, thrown into the valleys around the city, and hung on trees and crosses outside the city.

      Messiah’s reference to the ‘sun being darkened, the moon not giving her light, and the stars falling from heaven’; is not pointing to the literal heavens in the end times; but to the Jewish political hierarchy being cast down from power.

      Isaiah used this same terminology when he referred to the judgment of Elohim against the leadership of Babylon in Isaiah 13:10. And indeed, the power of Babylon was destroyed by the Medo-Persian empire.

      “For the stars of heaven and their constellations will not give their light; The sun will be darkened in its going forth, And the moon will not cause its light to shine.“

      In the Olivet Discourse, Messiah is referring to the high priest, who was the sun; the Sanhedrin Council, who were the moon; and the many Rabbis, who were the stars; who were killed and cast down during the Roman siege.

      ‘Coming on a cloud in great power and glory’ is not referring to Messiah’s second coming, but to His presence as He caused the Roman army to desolate the city, temple and the Jews.

      The term ‘clouds‘ can represent judgement, and in this instance it represented the judgment of the Jews who rejected Messiah and delivered Him up to be killed.

      Messiah told the high priest who delivered Him up to be killed, that he would see Messiah come in power and glory. That took place in 70 AD as the high priest of Jerusalem witnesses Messiah’s judgment of the Jewish nation by the Roman armies.

      ‘Gathering together his elect‘ is referring to the leaders gathering together the early Church, which had retreated to the mountains for safety; to then send them out to preach the Gospel.

      The Greek word for ‘angels‘ can refer to leaders in Messiah’s Ekklesia, His Church. Given the context, when the Roman siege of Jerusalem was over, the leaders blew a trumpet to gather an assembly of Messiah’s saints, who had spread out in the mountains for safety during the time of great tribulation in Judea.

      Some returned to Jerusalem to minister to people there, others stayed in the Decapolis region to continue ministry there, and others went into the Roman Empire to proclaim the Gospel.

      The Olivet Discourse Decoded videos, audios and book expose the deception of futurism, which assigns Messiah’s prophecy to the end times.

      You’ve been led to this website for a reason. Seek truth not to defend a belief.



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