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The Fullness of the Gentiles

The Fullness of the Gentiles By Randy Nettles Several of Jesus’ original disciples were fishermen, including the brothers Simon Peter and Andrew, and the brothers' John and James (the sons of Zebedee). Luke 5:1-11 tells the story of how Jesus first met these fishermen. “Jesus was preaching at the shore…

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A Literal Rapture or Tribulation to Endure?

A Literal Rapture or Tribulation to Endure? By Tim Moore Can we really take the books of Genesis and Revelation literally? The reason for this question is that most people today, even many Christians, do not accept the plain-sense meaning of the bookends of the Bible — Genesis and Revelation.…

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Paul’s Mystery

Paul's Mystery By Jack Kelley "Surely you have heard about the administration of God's grace that was given to me for you, that is, the mystery made known to me by revelation, as I have already written briefly. In reading this, then, you will be able to understand my insight…

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Daniel’s Prophecy Validates Our Hope in Jesus’ Imminent Appearing

Daniel’s Prophecy Validates Our Hope in Jesus’ Imminent Appearing By Jonathan C. Brentner The Bible tells us there will be a third Jewish Temple and that Israel will build it prior to the midpoint of the Tribulation, for it’s at that time the antichrist will defile it. This prophecy originates…

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The Night (or Day) of the Living Dead

The Night (or Day) of the Living Dead By Randy Nettles Do you remember the classic horror flick that came out in 1968 called “The Night of the Living Dead?” It was not the first zombie movie ever, but it’s the one that initiated the idea of zombies in the…

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Is The Pre-Trib Rapture Too New To Be True? (Part 1 of 3)

Is The Pre-Trib Rapture Too New To Be True? (Part 1 of 3) By Dr. David Reagan A common rebuttal to the concept of a Pre-Tribulation Rapture is that it is “too new to be true.” This argument is based on the assumption that the doctrine was not developed until…

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Is The Pre-Trib Rapture Too New To Be True? (Part 2 of 3)

Is The Pre-Trib Rapture Too New To Be True? (Part 2 of 3) By Dr. David Reagan The Origin of Pre-Trib Viewpoint Premillennialism was the dominant view among the early Church Fathers, and although the vast majority of them did not have any concept of a Pre-Trib Rapture, they did…

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Is The Pre-Trib Rapture Too New To Be True? (Part 3 of 3)

Is The Pre-Trib Rapture Too New To Be True? (Part 3 of 3) By Dr. David Reagan The Development of The Pre-Trib Viewpoint The Pre-Trib Rapture concept is not a “Johnny-come-lately idea.” The concept began to gain momentum in the aftermath of the Reformation, when people got copies of the…

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At Any Moment

At Any Moment By Jonathan C. Brentner In my book, The Triumph of the Redeemed, I used the following story to introduce the New Testament expectancy of Jesus’ imminent appearing: A GEICO commercial from a few years ago portrays a spy on a large, flat roof fleeing from armed men…

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And We Will Rise

And We Will Rise By Hal Lindsey Students of Bible prophecy have long warned that a time of terrible destruction looms over earth’s future. Today, similar warnings are coming from scientists of all kinds. Systems are stretched to the breaking point, including medical, economic, environmental, and moral systems. A multitude…

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