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Matthew 24 - Future 7 Year Tribulation?

Desolation
Desolation

Is there really a future seven year tribulation? Does the Bible really teach that there is going to be a future seven year span of tribulation on this earth? Which is ordinarily called the great tribulation. We want to go through in detail some of the things that our Lord said in Matthew 24.

Matthew 24 has been that chapter that has been used to come up with a lot of different ideas concerning the future and it is applied to our generation. Does it really apply? Does Matthew 24, Mark 13, and Luke 21 really just apply to our generation as the last days? The teachings that have been based upon these chapters talks about first of all, a rapture, that is to take place and then immediately after that rapture a seven year period. Where all kinds of terrible, horrible, horrendous things and conditions are going to exist on this earth. The Reformation fathers had the interpretation that Matthew 24 took place and applied to the Judah nation in the First Century. it applied to them because of their rejection of the Messiah, Jesus Christ. But the Roman Catholic Church in their counter reformation came up with different ideas because they had to take the heat off of the Papacy because the Reformation fathers went ahead in their interpretation and identified Pagan Rome and then Papal Rome as the seat of the beast.

 
Body, Soul, and Spirit

Body, Soul and Spirit
Body, Soul and Spirit
Many traditions have come down to us in the Protestant Christian Church. Many of these traditions we just accept and we don't challenge them. We have these all these ideas and concepts that we perpetuate just simply because we don't want to challenge the system. Spiritual leaders don't want to change, because with change, you lose support, and you lose finances. What we need is the Word of God and hopefully I will challenge you in a good spirit, to look at the Word of God completely on this particular subject and find a true understanding of body, soul and spirit.

The Apostle Paul said this in his letter to the Thessalonians. "And the very God of peace sanctify you wholly; and I pray God your whole spirit, soul and body be preserved blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ." Now do you notice, there's three words here, which denotes the trichotomous nature of man, tri meaning three. So we have the trichotomous nature of man expressed in this verse, but, when he worded this verse, or the way it's translated, it gives the impression that there are three separate parts totally separate from one another. And that is not fully correct, possibly three different entities, but they all become one person.

 
The Life and Ministry of John Alexander Dowie

The City of Zion, Illinois
The City of Zion, Illinois
It's amazing that when I took a formal course in the history of revivals several years ago, this man's name was never mentioned, but yet he was more or less, the grandfather of what we might call the modern divine healing movement.

John Alexander Dowie was a great man of God. People either loved him or hated him. Some devoted their whole life to this man and others tried to kill him. Through this man God brought back into the church the ministry and the gifts of divine healing, working of miracles,  and everyone of us have been blessed.

John Alexander Dowie was born in Edinburgh Scotland May the 25th and 1847. This young man was born into a family that was very poor. He knew what poverty was when he was growing up, and he was very sickly, and he missed school a lot. And, but yet he was very intelligent, he was very bright. And he said in his life's story as he recalled it many years later that some of the other boys would lend him their lessons and their books and he would read them, and he absorbed everything that he read. No doubt he had an extremely high I.Q. and would you believe, he read the Bible all the way through at the age of six years old. He had an inclination for God. He had a thirst for the Lord Jesus Christ. And being raised in that staunch Presbyterian atmosphere, he absorbed a lot, but yet he felt somewhat empty.

 
The Rapture - True of False

The Rapture
The Rapture

We certainly believe in the coming of the Lord, and that He is coming to set up a kingdom. That is absolutely true, but why do we postulate that the word, since the word rapture isn't in the Bible, there's no catching away? There is a catching up, but there's not a catching away. How old is this doctrine that is so commonly taught among dispensational and futuristic teachers?

One of the questions when we have to deal with the rapture issue is this. Many scholars and Bible teachers, as you read their books and as you listen to their sermons, you have to ask, is there a two-stage coming yet future, or is there just one coming? Now, number 1, the Lord Jesus Christ is coming back to this earth. And the angel told Mary in the book of Luke that He shall reign over the House of Jacob forever. And of His kingdom there shall be no end. And He shall sit upon the throne of His father David. So He is coming back, because the throne of David was right here on this earth, not in heaven somewhere.

The Apostle Paul was telling the saints at Thessalonica after he gave them the word that is found in I Thessalonians, Chapter 4, verses 13 through 18, that is so, quoted so often concerning the rapture. But this is what he adds to that.

"And to you who are troubled rest with us, when the Lord Jesus shall be revealed from heaven with his mighty angels. And this is the nature of His coming. In flaming fire taking vengeance on them that know not God, and that obey not the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ: Who shall be punished with everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord, and from the glory of his power; When he shall come to be glorified in his saints, and to be admired in all them that believe (because our testimony among you was believed) in that day."

Now this is what the Apostle is saying, that He's coming one time with a two-fold nature. Number one, taking vengeance on them that know not God and to reward the righteous. Those two things are going to happen at the same appearing. It is not going to be one appearing where He catches all the good people away in a rapture and then a second appearing three and a half or maybe seven years later to punish the wicked. But in one appearing, the Lord is coming in flaming fire to take vengeance upon His enemies and also to reward the saints.

 
2 Gospels - One for the Jew, One for the non-Jew

2 Gospels?
2 Gospels?

More and more in the Christian church circles of America, we're hearing the idea of two separate Gospels. This comes from a misinterpretation of scripture and it is leading to a very insidious end. They're teaching that there is one Gospel for the Jewish people and then one Gospel for the non-Jewish people. Are there then two methods for salvation? The bible of course teaches there is only 1 way.

 
A Door of Hope in a Time of Trouble

A Door of Hope
A Door of Hope

When did the mercy of the Lord begin? When will it end? God is a God of grace and mercy. We're living in perilous times. Paul told Timothy that even back then in first century, perilous times shall come. Well, we're definitely in perilous times, but the door of hope, does it say anywhere in there that the door of hope was closed?

 
The Rich Man and Lazarus

Bright Light
Rich Man and Lazarus

There has been so many distorted misconceptions about the rich man and Lazarus. We formulate ideas about that because we have tunnel vision. That tunnel vision that we have concerning this story or any other story in the Bible limits us from expanding our minds and challenging the tradition that we have been brought up with. Samuel Wilberforce said it this way "Intelligent criticism can become the pathway to spiritual discovery, and that is true, because unless we challenge something, unless we critique something, then we will never go deeper than the shallow, or the surface thinking on that particular subject."

 
Hope in the Midst of Trouble

Special Guest Pastor Ron Poch gives us a good word of hope and comfort in this time of distress. This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, and unholy. Now doesn't that fit the description of a lot of people today, not only young people, but older people. They're unthankful and unholy, without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good, Traitors, heady, high minded, lovers of pleasure more than lovers of God. Doesn't that describe our generation? It sound's like is straight out of the headlines of the newspapers today.

 
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"TO SERVE THE PRESENT AGE,
MY CALLING TO FULFIL,
O MAY IT ALL MY POWERS ENGAGE,
TO DO MY MASTER'S WILL!"

MAYNARD G. JAMES
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