The Herald of Hope is dedicated to proclaiming Bible prophecy as related to the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ, the message of revival as it concerns the church and the individual, and the Gospel of Jesus Christ to those who are lost.
Hot off the press! Three of our new/updated booklets are arriving from the printers this week. The downloadable PDF versions are still available to download, but you can now also request a complimentary print copy (conditions apply). Visit our Publications...read more
Details for our 2018 South Australia Prophecy Conference are now available! This year's conference is being held from March 16 to 18, and features Herald of Hope committee members Peter Jackson and Eric Rees. The main conference will be held at the Northside Baptist...read more
The Herald of Hope Magazine is proud to reveal our 'new look' magazine covers, the first of which will appear in the February 2018 edition. The Herald of Hope recognises the modern image-based focus and hopes to attract a new generation of readers. But you can be...read more
Some who refuse to believe that the Rapture occurs BEFORE the seven years of Tribulation point to the scripture that the Rapture will occur “at the last trump.” Behold, I shew you a mystery; We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed, In a moment, in the...read more
Buddy Smith recalls the following story told by James Crumpton 51 years ago in a Bible conference. When I came out of Seminary with a degree in higher criticism and was newly ordained as the bishop of a wealthy parish in Boston, I often met for dinner with Bob...read more
In the first chapter of his second epistle to the Thessalonians Paul gave thanks to God for the testimony of the Thessalonians and encouraged them in their time of persecution. In the second chapter he corrects some...read more
There are different types of saints in the Bible. There are Old Testament saints, New Testament saints, Tribulation saints, and Millennial saints. These are individuals who are saved in different dispensations. All...read more
To anybody who interprets the Bible’s history and prophecy literally, it is obvious that God has administered mankind differently at various stages of history. In the Garden of Eden there was no sin; from Eden to the...read more
The word Eschatology comes from the Greek word eschatos meaning “last”. Eschatology is the study of "last things” or the “last days”. It covers all aspects of Bible prophecy relating to the end times. It is true that...read more
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Question The Book of the Revelation chapter 17 describes a harlot woman named “MYSTERY BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS”, who is seen riding a beast which has “seven heads and ten horns”. This is not the only...read more
Question Do 1 Peter 4:6 and 1 Peter 3:19 teach that Christ went to hell after He died and that unsaved people have a second chance after death? For for this cause was the gospel preached also to them that are dead, that...read more
Question Many people teach that in bible prophecy a day equals a year. I am aware that the Seventh Day Adventists and Jehovah's Witnesses do. What authority is there in Scripture for this method of interpretation? ...read more