After the tribulation and before the new heaven and earth, there is a period of blessing that reaches every area of life. Revelation tells us why we should live in anticipation of Christ’s return.
Despite Israel’s history of faithlessness and sinfulness, God reaffirmed His promise to never forsake His chosen people. The same applies to the believer today.
Part I All this is not some tragic tale of a battle lost, but the triumphant beginning of a promise given!
The revelation of Jesus involves His coming to claim all that is His. This fact should terrify the wicked and thrill the saved.
In Romans, Paul describes four specific things that the unbeliever cannot do in light of being saved.
Christian, Jesus Christ will come back for you or with you — either way, you win!
The activity of praising God, which takes place in heaven, should be reflected in the life of every individual believer every day!
The grace that is offered through Christ will end and the payment on all who reject God’s gift will be His wrath!
This Latin statement was used by the Reformers to summarize their belief that glory and praise for our salvation should go to God alone!
The reason we are committed to global missions and local evangelism is the fact that the Word of God is not bound!
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