Many generations have felt that they were in the end times or end of days. However, we see more and more things happening in the world and we really need to consider what these things mean. Compare the news to the Bible.



Jn 4:4 Ye are of God, little children, and have overcome them: because greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world.


When we think about all aspects of our world, we can see a decline in the quality of life. We wonder how children in the next generation will fare.

The news media can’t be trusted, grocery prices are outrageous, school environments are not safe, colleges infuse leftist bias, workplaces foster extreme stress, authority figures abuse power and TV shows have hit an all-time low in terms of moral content.

If we think about ethical matters, politicians are more divisive than ever, church leaders are straying from Biblical facts, leaders are deceptive and we see corruption in police forces and government organizations.

We can do our part to vote, financially support good organizations, voice our opinions, stand firm for good, sign petitions, demonstrate and right the wrongs. But, ultimately God is in charge and He will help us through our daily lives. We must prioritize, putting Him first and all of the rest will fall into place.

Everyone seems to have selfish motives to further their agenda. The ends justify the means. Two wrongs make a right. The new “good” is bad. The new “bad” is good. Victims are criminals and criminals are victims. Pure lies are promoted as complete truth and anyone who complains is considered a lunatic. If you consider the Constitution the law of the land, are a patriot who would die for the country and are a Christian, you will be called an extremist. We will be persecuted more and more. It is time to accept our future and learn how to adapt and survive.

The world is upside down. The world glorifies SIN and helps to build a wall between us and God. Read more.

If we don't have compassion, what happens?

What happens to babies, children, teens, adults and seniors when we lack compassion? Read more...

Should we throw out everything that disappoints us?

What happens when we throw out something that breaks, something that makes us angry or someone who disappoints us? Read more...

Should we be judging others?

What happens when we think we are judges and start pointing fingers are other people? Read more...

Should we be angry all of the time?

What happens when we think, act, speak and view the world in anger?

We basically show everyone that we have no hope. Read more...

Life Isn't Fair

Nobody said life would be fair. Our Constitution guarantees the right to pursue happiness. Everyone can strive to reach their goals and live their dreams. Some will succeed and some will fail. Some will give up and some will try again.

We can’t let what happens in the world affect us as individuals.


What is happening?

When we look at the news, we see prophesy being fulfilled. It sounds frightening, but Jesus told us not to be troubled.

Mt 24:6 And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet.
Mt 24:7 For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places.
Mt 24:8 All these are the beginning of sorrows.

Many things have been happening, are happening and will be happening
in the USA and countries all around the world. Everyone is involved in the end times.

Society has begun a downward spiral in morality, lack of compassion and a sense of entitlement. We see an impatient demand for satisfaction and a throw-away mentality for things that do not perform as expected.

How is the
World Changing?

Having Compassion
Should You Throw It Out?
Opposition Can be Opportunity
How to Survive
a Crisis

You Make a Difference

Sharing the Gospel

for More Info

Take Action

©2010 Faithful Watchmen, USA - All Rights Reserved. Disclaimer