The comings of Christ are often confused. He is to come a second time to receive His own as He also will return to judge. But He first came (in a non-physical manner) in the endtime (of the OT era) at the destruction of Jerusalem, which was also the introduction of the New Testament era. These … [Read more...] about Don’t Go Back!
Just as the promise of His first coming to judgment in the destruction of Jerusalem occurred in 70AD exactly as predicted in the Olivet Discourse, so too, the Second Coming of Christ is certain to take place. Why hasn’t it happened sooner? Peter tells us that God is waiting until all that He intends … [Read more...] about Christ Is Coming
Down our way the dogwoods and redbuds have nearly finished blooming and a sudden untimely hail-storm dashed their few remaining flowers to the ground. Temperatures are still up and down, and the wind is moderate. It’s truly early springtime! But my fig tree hasn’t yet put forth shoots, let alone … [Read more...] about Blooming Fig Trees
Then, there's the Book of Revelation. Studies have shown it was written about 67-69 AD. That it was before the destruction of Jerusalem (70AD) is clear since in the book the temple is still standing, and one of the major portions of the Revelation is devoted to the description of the Roman invasion … [Read more...] about Revelation
A key to the two-part nature of the Book is found in chapter 10, verse 11: You must prophesy again about many peoples, nations, languages and kings. After the letters to the seven churches, there are two great sections to the Book: Section One: The First Enemy of the Church and its … [Read more...] about A Key to the Book of Revelation