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Messages with tag - Second coming of Christ

Sun, Nov 30, 2014
Passage: Matthew 10:16-25
Series: Matthew (2013)
Duration: 55 mins 7 secs
Hated? Dragged into court? Our own families turned against us? Listen to this lesson to hear how Jesus warned his twelve disciples that they would face persecution. Learn the difference between the Gospel of the Kingdom and the Gospel of the Cross. Understand what ''he who endures to the end will be saved'' means. Even though this was directed to Jesus' disciples and those in the future Tribulation, understand that during the Church Age we will face opposition and that Jesus promises never to leave us or forsake us. Click here to listen to or view this Bible class.
Tue, Sep 16, 2014
Series: God's Plan for the Ages - Dispensations (2014)
Duration: 1 hr 6 mins 22 secs
Perhaps today! Are you eagerly looking forward to Christ's return in the air at the Rapture? Listen to this lesson to learn about the doctrine of imminency and how it should affect each of us. Understand thirteen distinct differences between the Rapture and the Second Coming of Christ. Marvel at the remarkable prophecy of Daniel's seventieth week and the amazingly precise timetable it lays out for the Jews. Be challenged to live every day as if the Rapture would happen at any moment.
Tue, Apr 15, 2014
Passage: Joel 2:31 & Matthew 24
Series: Dr. Dean One-Lesson Specials
Duration: 1 hr 1 mins 4 secs
Was the blood moon on April 15, 2014 an ominous foreboding of the end times? Could a series of blood moons be connected to Jesus' return? Listen to this lesson to learn about astounding apocalyptic predictions in the Bible that will be fulfilled in the future. Understand the difference between the Rapture and the "Great and Terrible Day of the Lord". Find out the history of blood moons and what, if anything, they signified in the past. Determine to understand the truth of Biblical prophecy and begin to anticipate the next exciting event in God's timeline for believers.

Here is a link to the article by Dr. Danny Faulkner (with Answers in Genesis) that Dr. Dean mentioned during this class.

Tue, Mar 11, 2014
Series: 2014 Chafer Theological Seminary Bible Conference
Duration: 55 mins 41 secs
Arno C. Gaebelein was a leading fundamental, dispensational Bible teacher in the early half of the twentieth century. He served as one of the associate editors of the Scofield Reference Bible and left us thousands of pages of material in his writings. The theological content of these many writings emphasized three things: inspiration of the Bible, the centrality of Christ at a personal level, and eschatological issues. It is fairly easy to determine a precise statement of the central interpretive motif or integrating idea in Gaebelein’s thought. Bible inspiration can be ruled out simply because it does not integrate the content of Gaebelein’s theology although it does provide a hermeneutical basis. The centrality of Christ is clearly stated. However, the sheer weight of discussion of eschatology, with its various focuses, speaks as forcefully as many direct statements. Nonetheless, it is possible to merge the theological statements about the centrality of Christ with eschatology to produce one statement clarifying the integrating theme of Gaebelein’s theology. This can be done through the concept of prophetic hope which finds its fulfillment in the Second Coming of Christ. Thus, the central interpretive motif of Gaebelein’s theological formulations can be stated as prophetic hope centered in the personal Second Coming of Jesus Christ. That this theme truly integrates Gaebelein’s theological system will be seen by an examination of the individual and multiple expressions of prophetic hope which he outlined. However, it may be possible to see in these expressions, taken as a whole, the idea of a multi-faceted program of creation and redemption centered in Christ and leading to the glory of God. That is, unity from diversity can be seen in the light of this doxological purpose to biblical history as the greatness of our sovereign God is displayed.
Sun, Jan 26, 2014
Passage: Matthew 24:14-28
Series: 2014 Tommy Ice
Duration: 47 mins 40 secs
Guest speaker: Dr. Tommy Ice Part 3 of a 3-part series on the Olivet Discourse