Are You Ready to Go Deeper?
- Reading Books and Listening to Talks is Not Enough
- Not All Apologetics Methods Are Created Equally
- A Degree is More Than a Piece of Paper
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One principle to keep in mind when it comes to prophecy is that the meaning of a prophecy is always fully revealed to the generation it is given.
Points that are generally agreed upon by all believers when it comes to prophecy are:
There is a class of believers who will be alive during the time of Christ’s coming.
Chapter 5 of 1 Thessalonians is a continuation of the times described by Paul in chapter 4.
What is often referred to as the Tribulation is the
Paul uses the term “sleep” in 1 Thessalonians 5:7-10 as a metaphor for death.
In 1 Peter 1:13-15, Peter calls the believers to holiness in light of Jesus second coming.
A theme running through the New Testament is living well in light of future rewards.
The following end-time events will occur in the following order: Second Coming, Rapture, Tribulation, Millennial Kingdom.
The judgement referred to in Matthew 25 is the judgement that occurs at the inauguration of Christ’s kingdom.