AN EXPOSITION OF LUKE 4:16-21 “And he came to Nazareth, where he had been brought up: and, as his custom was, he went into the synagogue on the sabbath day, and stood up for to read. 17 And there was delivered unto him the book of the prophet Esaias. And when he had opened the … Continue reading Why Did Jesus Stop Reading Isaiah the Prophet in the Middle of the Verse?
Question: "Who are the two witnesses in the book of Revelation?" Answer: In Revelation 11:3–12 a description is given of two individuals who were to help accomplish God’s work during a time of great tribulation. AD 66 – 70 would be of particular interest to study historically. If the details of the Revelation are … Continue reading Revelation 11 The Two Witnesses
EPHESIANS 3 1 For this cause I Paul, the prisoner of Jesus Christ for you Gentiles, The Apostle begins this section of his epistle to the Gentile Church of Ephesus with a lovely thought, “There is a cause.” There is a reason for everything. Solomon said, “To everything there is a season, and a time … Continue reading The Day Paul Cried, Eureka!
For many years now, a large segment of God’s people have been taught the imminent return of Jesus. The idea that Jesus is coming at any moment has led to fanciful speculation and date setting. One date setter was a Baptist farmer and lay-preacher named William Miller. Based on his understanding of Daniel 8:14 "Until … Continue reading Rejecting the Rapture Hoax
Dispensationalists are Wrong Yet Again As a child I listened with great excitement to Dispensational teachers, and read many of the books of the leading advocates of The System. Little did I realize at the time how foolish this theological bias was, and how sensationalized it had become. The Bible was interpreted in light of … Continue reading The Fall of the Revived Roman Empire
As the eyes of the world are drawn towards the current events in Russia and the Crimea, many prophetic pundits are eagerly waiting to see what will happen next. Once more the modern day prophetic teachers are announcing that the headlines of today fulfill ancient biblical prophecies. With a fixed Dispensational paradigm in mind, the … Continue reading An Erroneous Teacher Today Is the False Prophet of Tomorrow
I am tempted to adhere to the adage, “If you cannot say something nice, do not say anything at all,” but that wouldn’t make for much of a blog, now would it? What I will do, however, is say a nice thing or two about the film Final: The Rapture before getting to the real … Continue reading Final: The Rapture