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Messages with tag - Imminency

Tue, Oct 27, 2015
Passage: 1 Thessalonians 1:10
Series: 1 Thessalonians (2013)
Duration: 59 mins 40 secs
What is your view of the future? An apocalyptic event as portrayed in movies and books? Listen to this lesson to learn about a coming seven-year period more violent and intense than anything the world has ever seen. Find out that believers will not have to go through this but will be “snatched up” or raptured to Heaven. Hear the evidence for the Rapture occurring before the Tribulation starts. Find out about different views about the timing of the Rapture and the problems associated with them. Hear about the imminency of the Rapture. As a believer, look forward every day to the Rapture in order to be spiritually prepared when Christ returns for the Church.
Thu, Jun 04, 2015
Passage: 1 Thessalonians 1:10
Series: 1 Thessalonians (2013)
Duration: 1 hr 5 mins 24 secs
When was the worst time in human history? Listen to this lesson to learn that it hasn’t happened yet. Called by many names such as the Tribulation, Daniel’s 70th week, and the Hour of testing, it refers to seven years that will be horrible beyond our worst imagination. Will believers have to go through this? See how the writer of this passage selected words that mean that those who have trusted in Christ as their Savior will be taken out or raptured before that time begins. This appearing of the Lord in the clouds could happen at any moment. As believers we should be in a constant spirit of anticipation for that glorious event.
Thu, Jun 12, 2014
Passage: Romans 13:11
Series: Romans (2010)
Duration: 57 mins 8 secs
If you found out you only had a short time to live, what would you do differently? Listen to this lesson to learn that the Apostle Paul says we should always live in the light of eternity because as each day goes by we are closer to the end of the Church Age. Understand what follows a believer's death and the issues related to cremation. Explore the meaning of imminency and its relationship to unfulfilled prophecy. Find out some of the many different ways the words faith and belief are used in the Scriptures.
Tue, Mar 11, 2014
Series: 2014 Chafer Theological Seminary Bible Conference
Duration: 1 hr 14 mins 31 secs
Dispensationalism is a system of theology (not a hermeneutical approach) that believes the Bible teaches God’s single plan for history is accomplished through Israel and the church for the purpose of His glorification. This theology arises from a consistent use of the grammatical-historical hermeneutic, also known as literal interpretation. While salvation of mankind is of extreme importance, it is accomplished within the broader purpose of the glorification of God, which is demonstrated through the various administrations of dispensational arrangements of history and also encompasses the angelic realm. Jesus Christ is the hero of history by leaving heaven and humbling Himself as a Man, winning the victory at the cross, rising from the dead, ascending to heaven, taking His bride at the Rapture, returning triumphantly at the Second Coming, and reigning for a thousand years from Jerusalem. Traditional dispensationalism attempts to systematize biblical teaching for the purpose of glorifying God through Jesus Christ. History is seen as a progression of ages in which God tests mankind, man always fails, and God judges humanity, but always provides a grace to the elect.