There is an alarming dissonance in the space between our everyday activities and the messages of Bible prophecy. Even in the church there often exists a disconcerting gap between what is being taught and the prophetic season we are living in. On top of this, eschatology offers many different views, theories, and projected timelines. But the one message that is coming across perhaps more clearly than ever before, is the need for personal research and discernment that extends beyond what we glimpse on the surface. Perhaps that is why we now have the tools and technology to help us do just that. There are many organizations involved in providing a variety of news and views that connect to Bible prophecy. Below are a few examples, provided with no specific endorsement. Be prepared to question, disagree, and discern:

It's time to connect the days of our lives to the end of time. And above all, it's time to read, meditate on and tune our lives to the Bible, the divinely inspired Word of God. "Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy,

and keep those things which are written therein: for the time is at hand."

Revelation 1:3 KJV