Has your congregation dedicated any degree of time and effort into investigating the meaning of the Book of Revelation, beyond the first three chapters? Has your preacher expounded upon other prophetic books, such as Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel or Daniel? When was the last time you heard a sermon on the meaning of Zechariah Chapter 14? … Continue reading The Death Blow to the Amillennial Claim of a Present-Day Millennium
As we continue our response to Christendom’s widespread rejection of the rapture, we must look at another essential reason for the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ for his church. We have already discussed Messiah’s promised reign, as foretold by the Old Testament prophets, and confirmed by the apostles and authors of the New Testament … Continue reading Answering the Root of Rapture Rejection (Part 2 of 2)
There can be no doubt that American society has become increasingly intolerant. I do not mean that we are seeing a rise of prejudice against non-white races, minority religious groups, women in the workplace, or people with disabilities. All of these are celebrated and honored in our society. Nearly everyone embraces the racial diversity, gender-inclusiveness … Continue reading America’s War on Tolerance
As Christians, our great expectation is the return of Jesus Christ to this earth. From Scripture, we know this involves two essential phases. First, Jesus will come for his church to collect us to himself and rescue us from death and the tribulation (this event is commonly known as, “the rapture”). Jesus describes the rapture … Continue reading Answering the Root of Rapture Rejection (Part 1 of 2)
Thanks to a widespread appreciation for the literal interpretation of Scripture and the popularity of the Scofield Bible, many Christians of the mid-19th century began adopting a doctrine called, dispensational premillennialism. One of the key tenets of this theological system is the pretribulational rapture of the Lord’s Church (usually known simply as, “the rapture” or, … Continue reading The Pretribulational Hope of the Early Church
Have you ever considered that no Hittites are still with us today? There are no Philistines, Moabites, Ammonites, Edomites, or Amalekites. These ancient peoples of Bible times have been absorbed into present-day nations and their cultures destroyed. At one time, the Mesopotamians (the people Abraham was called out of), were the most advanced civilization on … Continue reading The Regathering of Israel – Supreme Evidence of God’s Faithfulness
Much of western society is now engulfed in a bizarre hysteria dominating academia, politics and media, while also crippling industry and economic progress. This madness is fueled by belief in the purported world-wide threat of climate change (sometimes referred to as, “global warming”). Left-wing politicians, God-hating university professors, activist journalists and others have been on … Continue reading Climate Change – Human Hoax and Divine Sign of End Times Judgment
A dispensation is a way of ordering periods of time during which man is taught to respect the will and purpose of God. We know from Scripture that God does not change. However, God, in his great wisdom, has the right to change the way he operates in the world. In Scripture, we observe seven … Continue reading The Seven Dispensations of the Bible.