The Last Prophet
- “A Glimpse at Christ’s Millennial Reign”

Jehovah has never left Himself without proper representation.

Whenever necessary, He provided prophets to guide people in the right way. Some like Moses and Elijah were prominent, others were hardly listened to at-all. He even used a donkey as a prophet (Numbers 22:22-35), to guide Balaam into representing Jehovah truthfully, despite King Balak’s demand to the contrary. And Jesus famously told the angry Pharisees:

“...if [my disciples] remained silent, the stones would cry out.
Luke 19:40

Prophets have always worked for Jehovah’s purpose: Moses in Egypt, Samuel at the time of the first Kings, Elijah and Elisha during the renegade Kings, Isaiah and Jeremiah during Jerusalem’s downfall. They always had a set purpose, a message to convey to the faithful and the wayward. Not always just to Jehovah’s people either: Jonah was prophet to pagan Nineveh, to great effect.

Last Prophet

  • The last prophet of Mankind’s era, and the powerful message leading to Christ’s return.


  • God’s route to Mankind's recovery and reconciliation to Him

Climate Crisis

  1. Decline of the Species
    - predictions and their consequences
  2. Understanding the Signs
    - when clarity is no longer dependent upon analysis
  3. Facing Our Limitations
    - realisation dawns
In Jesus’ time, he and John the Baptist conveyed Jehovah’s message to the people - rulers and citizens alike - and later the apostles and early Christians acted as prophets to all the nations about the Christ. And although some inspired words - such as Daniel’s, Ezekiel’s and John’s “Revelation” - were vividly “prophetic” and very long-term, most prophets were sent as an immediate guide - the Jeremiahs, the Isaiahs and John the Baptists - to waken people to action.

So what of today?

It is nearly 2,000 years since Jesus walked the earth - a long time to manage without instruction - and we’re expecting his glorious return shortly. His return won’t just “happen”, events will prompt it; there must be good reason, cause and effect. And also, we need to know our role in this - that’s what prophets were for - so how will we be guided?

The guidance must be clear to
everyone alive!

In the times of the Jews and early Christians, the “vineyard” was just a small nation; today the whole world is to be harvested (Matthew 13:37). Those ancient prophetic warnings of foreigners plundering God’s acreage are meaningless now, because today there is nobody outside! Mankind in it’s entirety has been under the law of undeserved kindness - and any prophetic instruction must be for the entire world. So who is the Last Prophet?

There’s no shortage of people and organisations claiming to be “God’s prophet”; Jesus warned that there would be plenty (Matthew 7:15-23; 24:23-26), as did the apostles (2nd of Peter 2:1-3; 1st of John 4:1). But what message should be given today? what would be needed?

Modern-day “prophets” rest their credibility on “enlightened” explanations of deep prophecies - of Daniel, Ezekiel or Revelation - but why? Most of the world doesn’t believe in the Bible, let alone read deeply into prophecy! And many Christians never delve into deep prophecies. They are content to follow Jehovah and His Christ out of simple heartfelt love, because it is sincere love - and not knowledge of prophecy - which makes us Lovers of God! Besides which, Moses, Isaiah - indeed all of the ancient prophets! - had a simple and straightforward message. Only when Jesus walked the earth did the Law and the prophets need to be explained, in order to identify him as the Christ, but Jesus’ own message was very simple because God wants to guide us simply, so that the bright and the slow - indeed anyone with a heart! - can gain His approval.

Today’s prophet needs to act just like the ancients, just as they gave guidance and direction and warnings, to tell us why Christ is returning. Today’s prophet needs togive the simple message which the entire world needs, leaving out no-one however remote - transcending language and belief and creed and intelligence and status - touching hearts not intellects, to somehow convince us that we need God.

Without any words at-all, the climate is the convincing voice of our final prophet - the only prophet mankind needs today - directing all hearts to the question of Genesis 3:

“Do we need God?”

- and in desperation, hearts everywhere are beginning to cry out:

“Yes!!! Please God, help us!!!”

Mankind to whom God gave the command:

“...fill the earth, and subdue it”
Genesis 1:28

- to make the whole planet beautiful, has instead brought it to the verge of ruin; now it is testifying against us. The Last Prophet of mankind’s reign is the earth itself, our home, threatening to spit us out as it struggles to heal itself of the damage we’ve done. This is the reason Christ will return as the voice of the Last Prophet finally convinces mankind - which wouldn’t listen to God’s earlier, gentler prophets - of the theme of the Bible: that mankind needs Divine guidance. This isn’t merely a question of “environment” or “nature” or “climate” - it is mankind’s realisation of the truth which Jehovah and Jesus and the prophets have been teaching for generations. Soon, everyone on earth will know the right way to go.

The article for April:

A Glimpse at Christ’s Millennial Reign

looks to the time when God is satisfied, when He has finally received that heartfelt call for help. With our rescue by His returning King Jesus Christ from our truly monstrous tribulation, how will mankind use it’s free will? Who will follow Jesus’ guidance, and what of those who choose not to? And the many events of the “Revelation” which take place during his reign - the fall of Babylon the Great, Armageddon, the fall of the adversary to earth, and so on - how will mankind face up to them?

Making Their Best Efforts
- Climate Change

Australia has just opened it’s first carbon-capture plant in the southern state of Victoria, according to a report by the BBC. The largest such facility in the southern hemisphere, it will capture carbon released by a power station and store it in liquid form deep underground to avoid releasing the greenhouse gases into the air. The space is sufficient to store up to 100,000 tons of greenhouse gases which would otherwise pollute the atmosphere.

It is Australia’s latest effort in balancing mankind’s widespread demand for energy with the desire to care for the environment. While populations worldwide remain unwilling to suffer the sudden closure of power stations, schemes such as Australia’s carbon sequestration facility in Victoria give the necessary attention to the environment without disrupting the nation’s everyday activities.

Some environmental groups have argued that the scheme is expensive and uses considerable power to process the CO2 prior to storage. They claim that the money could have been diverted to cleaner technologies, or other environmental schemes, arguing convincingly that clean energy is the only energy the environment can afford. However this scheme does address the pollution problem immediately, without a sudden loss of power, breathing room perhaps during which replacement - clean energy - facilities could be built. In a world used to having to choose “the lesser of two evils”, it is very refreshing to find both the environmentalists and the Australian authorities moving forward in the same positive direction in caring for the environment and their population.