Biblical prophecy plays two roles. It foretells the future, and it explains what the positive or negative results of future events will be. Prophecy may announce events that bring joy and pleasure or fear and foreboding. When prophecy is ignored, it is usually because the hearers don’t like what they hear for one reason or another. Biblical prophecy is not usually general in nature. It normally is very specific as to how it will affect someone or something. But it is always dependable and worthy of our complete trust. We can allow prophecy to help shape our lives, giving us direction and guidance in serving our Lord. It should be a source of strength and instruction for us. Unlike what we hear called “prophecy” today, both in the church and outside the church, true biblical prophecy is always accurate and precise. What God prophesies always occurs. (Source)


A Brief Theological Analysis of Hyper-Preterism by Kenneth Gentry
A Commentary on The Harbinger By Christine Pack
Armageddon, Rapture, Bible Prophecy
“BAM! BAM! BAM!” said the false prophet By Marsha West 
Beginning of the End–Critique on John Hagee’s book By Wayne House
The Berean Call – David Hunt’s articles
Calvary Church Prophecy Report
The Celestine Prophecy By Norman Geisler & Malcolm Armstrong
Conspiracy Central
Conspiracy Theory Links
Demystifying the Popular Prophecies About Jewish Sabbaths and Blood Moons
Dominionists are on the move…and they mean business By Marsha West
Lambert Dolphin’s Resources
False Prophecies of Jehovah’s Witnesses By Matthew Slick
Four Blood Moons & Shemitah Bring Judgment Upon Charismatics By JD Hall
Four Views of Revelation By Pat Zukeron 
The Holy Spirit and the Pre-Trib Rapture By Thomas Ice
Kansas City Prophets
Lamb and Lion Ministries
The Last Trumpet – post tribulation website
Zola Levitt Presents
Hal Lindsay
Modern day false prophets and apostles
Partial Preterism
Preterism–in depth Bible study
Preterism Eschatology
The Preterist Approach to Revelation–Legonier Ministries
The Problem with Preterism–articles
Prophecy Central
The Prophecy Club
Rapture Ready
Repentance from Conspiracy Theories
Replacement Theology
Ray C. Stedman on Revelation
Should Christians Pay Any Attention to Blood Moons? By Christine Pack – pre-trib/everything imaginable on this site
Watchman On The Wall
What is Dispensationalism?
What is the Preterist view of  end times?
What is Replacement Theology?
When a False Teacher Calls America Israel
Why the Tribulation Excludes the Church By Thomas Ice
Will Christians Be Snookered by Shemitah?  (Yes, some were)


Many people are putting forth prophecies, predictions and interpretations of current events as related to the prophecies in the Bible.  Many contradict each other, so not all (or any) of these may be true prophecies.  You should always go first to the prophecies contained in the Bible, and if what you hear from someone else doesn’t line up with the Scripture, then it just isn’t true.  If anything sounds logical, and doesn’t contradict the Bible, then it still may not be the truth.  Many people have put forth predictions or dates of when Christ’s second coming will be, and many of those dates have come and gone.  You should use sound and 
prayerful judgment when reading interpretations of the prophecies of the Bible.

Views  expressed by individual authors and/or sources don’t necessarily reflect those of Marsha West