Posts tagged ‘eschatology’

Eschatology in Romans Related to Israel and the Church, Part 1

Romans 3:1-4 indicates that at a future point, God will revive and complete His program with Israel. He will choose a final remnant of believing Jews who will place their faith in Jesus as Savior, Messiah, and Lord and this will occur during the upcoming Tribulation period (“time of Jacob’s trouble”). God is waiting for that generation of Jews, but it is not as though He is sitting in the heavens wringing His hands wondering when or if that generation will one day appear. That generation will appear and they will appear at the exact time they are supposed to appear, according to God’s sovereignty and timing. It is already a “done” deal as far as God is concerned. Because He exists in the eternal present, He, unlike us, has already seen it happen. He knows them each by name. He sees their faces. They will embrace His salvation (cf. Zechariah 12:10).

Continue Reading November 21, 2016 at 12:16 PM 6 comments

God’s Sovereignty Through the Ages, Part 1

There is nothing humanity can do to diminish or offset God’s sovereignty and we’d best come to terms with that as quickly as we can. In this series, we are going to rely heavily upon the Bible to tell us what we need to know about God and His sovereignty – two things which are inseparable because they go hand in hand. It is important for our own spiritual health that we attack this issue head on because it will help us understand our tendency to think too highly of ourselves individually and humanity overall.

Continue Reading October 19, 2016 at 5:54 AM 1 comment

Apparently, Jesus Was Supposed to Return October 17, 2016

Apparently, Dewey Bruton is an individual who has become rather well-known in the end times arena. Who knew? He has a very specific articulated timeline for Daniel as it relates to the end times. I completely disagree with it as do many others, but that doesn’t really matter because Bruton has a large following of people who latch onto every word he has taught. Here’s just one example of the reception Bruton’s teachings have received.

Continue Reading October 18, 2016 at 1:37 PM 4 comments

Ins and Outs, Debates and Arguments Related to Eschatology

Folks, we need to get rid of the acrimony within Christendom. Frankly, I would choose never to preach on the last days again except to note that Jesus is coming back one day and He will reign over all the earth if that eliminated at least some of the acrimony that exists. The rest of Eschatology is up for grabs even though I have strong views concerning it. If discussing it does not cause me to be more loving to my brothers and sisters in the Lord, then I should not discuss it. End of story.

Continue Reading April 13, 2016 at 7:34 AM

Jacob Prasch’s “Shadows of the Beast”

I will note up front that Prasch is not necessarily a Dispensationalist. He does not agree with a PreTrib Rapture for instance. What I thoroughly appreciate about his presentation is that as someone who does accept a PreTrib Rapture, I do not in the least feel condemned by him because of my understanding of Scripture. In a day and age when it has become the norm for people not only to castigate (but also to be referred to as a “heretic”) those of us who believe that Christ will come for His Bride before the Tribulation begins, reading what Prasch has to say is a breath of fresh air and certainly welcome by me. I have stated any number of times that I do not all knowledge concerning Scripture. I have made mistakes and it is possible that at least some of my beliefs now are not 100% lined up with Scripture. I hope that is not the case, but if it is, I also expect and welcome the Lord’s correction.

Continue Reading June 8, 2012 at 11:44 AM 14 comments

I am Amazed at the Division Eschatology Creates!

The overriding problem here is not the difference of opinion, but on the emphasis that people who believe that the Bible teaches a Pretribulation Rapture may in fact wind up going to hell because of it!

Continue Reading July 14, 2009 at 9:18 AM 2 comments


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