There is a coming inspection of our Christian Lives that will involve either REWARD or LOSS for every Christian. We should make our life for Christ count so that we receive His reward.
Teaching the biblical view of hell is out of fashion in today’s tolerant culture. But the Bible is clear: Hel is real and it is forever.
The study of Revelation shows us God’s remedy for evil, and the ultimate purpose of human history. It points us to the Glory of the Triune God and the Worship of Jesus.
Some say that prophecy is too difficult or too controversial. However, prophecy leads us to greater worship and understanding of our Savior!
Will You Be Ready? 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 The Disney Film “Million Dollar Arm” tells the story of a washed out Baseball scout who goes to India to find a new prospect and save his career. It’s a charming story that centers on finding a cricket pitcher in India good enough to be drafted into Major […]
We will one day give an account of our lives to the Lord.
There were signs to point us to the moment of Christ’s First Coming.
There are also signs to point us to the moment of his Second Coming.
Daniel 9 helps us answer the question of where we are in God’s prophetic time line.
Daniel 7 contains a second prophetic overview of the coming kingdoms of the world. In this overview, the Heavenly Father is seen caring for and rescuing the saints who are persecuted.
Daniel’s prophecies provide some of the most detailed examples of fulfilled prophecy, confirming to us the reliability of Biblical prophecy.
God’s plan to redeem humanity unfolds in the covenant he makes with Abram. The promise for a redeemer born of a woman is given in Genesis 3:15. Now the Lord clarifies that the Redeemer-Child will be born of a particular family, the descendants of Abraham, through whom “all peoples of the earth will be blessed.”
Most people who have an interest in prophesy start with REVELATION, but this leads to inaccurate interpretation. WE must start at the BEGINNING! That means examining the very first prophecy found in Genesis 3:15, which establishes God’s Plan to Redeem his fallen creation.