We intend to provide frequent, sporadic updates detailing developing prophecy. Our goal is not merely to announce a development, but to explain in detail how and why the events we see are related to prophecy and what it means for us. Brother Harold Lafferty labored to this purpose for many years with his website and newsletter The Prophecy Letter. As we are carrying on the work of Brother Harold and expanding its scope, we have decided to call our prophecy updates The Gospel Proclamation Prophecy Letter, abbreviated as TGP Prophecy Letter.

"No prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation" (2 Peter 1:20). The prophecies spoken have and will see specific fulfillments, so there is only one way and one order that events will unfold. For this reason, we will interpret the things we see strictly by how we, throughout our past and ever-continuing studies, have found the Scriptures of Truth to explain it to us.

Although we are confident of our understanding as to the general outline of latter-day prophecy, we fully expect to be wrong about some things, particularly the specifics. This is only natural, and any true student of prophecy should be humble enough to admit it. It has been said, "Prophecy is always perfectly fulfilled, but never how we expect it to be." History has shown this to be true, and God has made it this way because prophecy was not given to glorify man, but THE LORD.

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The Master's return is surely before us! May all the true servants of the Lord labor to strengthen the things that remain and do as Paul exhorts us in Hebrews 10:25 - "Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching."

Tanner Hawkins, Editor and Publisher

January 20, 2022