The last days of history - Part 38
“Now after John was put in prison, Jesus came to Galilee, preaching the gospel of the kingdom of God, 15and saying, “The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand.
The last days of history - Part 35
The “man of sin” will be a world ruler, who will make a covenant with Israel seven years before the end of the age (Dan 9:27). (1) His true identification will be confirmed three and one-half years later
The last days of history - Part 32
It will be a time of great suffering and dreadful persecution for all who remain faithful to God (Rev 12:17; 13:15). (8) It will be a time of God’s wrath and judgment upon the ungodly (1 Thes 5:1-11; Rev 6:16-17). (9) Jesus’ statement that those days will be shortened
The last days of history - Part 30
Everlasting punishment takes place in hell (the lake of fire, or Gehenna), the place of punishment after death for those who refuse to repent.
The last days of history - Part 26
The water stands for either sea commerce or a well-watered (well-provisioned) city. The great harlot represents the seductiveness of the governmental system that uses immoral means to gain its own pleasure, prosperity, and advantage.
The last days of history - Part 20
It gives the impression of taking a dose of one’s own medicine. To drink it down to the dregs means to be punished completely. Mat25: 31-46. Jesus Tells about the Final Judgment.
The last days of history - Part 17
In summary, believers will have to give an account of their faithfulness or unfaithfulness to God (Mat 25:21, 23; 1 Cor 4:2-5) and of their deeds in light of the grace, opportunity and understanding made available to them
The last days of history - Part 11
The only sure way to keep from being deceived is to focus on Christ and His words. Don’t look for special signs, and don’t spend time looking at other people. Look at Christ.
The last days of history - Part 8
We don’t know the day or the hour, but Jesus is coming soon and unexpectedly. This is good news to those who trust Him, but a terrible message for those who have rejected Him and stand under judgment.
The last days of history -Part 5
Although sin and rebellion were not the rule in their lives, nor had they entered into the serious immorality and unrighteousness that would separate them from God’s kingdom (1Cor 6:9-11; cf. Gal5: 21; Eph5: 5), these worldly Christians were behaving in such a way that they were no longer growing