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The Chrysalis Conjecture

The Chrysalis Conjecture By George E. Schwalm In this commentary we will take a look at the resurrection, or more specifically our resurrection, and the effects it will have on us. Starting at, well, the beginning, Adam and Eve being spiritually innocent were perfectly justified running around in the buff.…

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How Close is the Rapture of the Church?

How Close is the Rapture of the Church? By Britt Gillette How close is the rapture of the church? I think we can get a good idea based on recent surveys of self-identified Christians in the United States. Recently, The Christian Post reported, "Over a third of senior pastors believe…

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The Rapture Matters

The Rapture Matters By Nathan Jones Is the Rapture coming soon? And, does it even matter? Tim Moore: In Paul’s letter to Titus, he says that Christians should “wait for the blessed hope — the appearing of the glory of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ” (Titus 2:13). This…

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Transported

Transported By Jerry McDermott In the book of Revelation, the New Jerusalem is mentioned as being twelve thousand furlongs in length, height, and width. Since this translates to 1500 miles square, it would seem difficult to move around in such a large edifice. In addition, the building is rather tall…

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Home Going!

Home Going! By Terry James Perhaps you will forgive the personal nature of this week’s commentary. Or, as I hope, maybe it will strike a common chord among those who are Heaven-bound. I write this with a longtime friend in mind who shared the love of God in so many…

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Longing for the King

Longing for the King By Nathan Jones That Jesus Christ is returning is a given. Three times in Revelation 22, Jesus promised that He will return (Revelation 22:7,12,20). Jesus said over and over, “Surely I am coming quickly.” He even added that we could trust this promise stating, “These words…

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The Rapture and the Fullness of the Times

The Rapture and the Fullness of the Times By Randy Nettles To tell a complete story, one must always include the five w’s: who, what, when, where, and why - not necessarily in that order. The ‘what,’ in this article, is the Rapture of the Church. Most serious students of…

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Who Goes in the Rapture?

Who Goes in the Rapture? By Terry James Listening to a man who was obviously a pastor this morning, I was thinking how clearly he was laying out the pre-Trib view of the Age of Grace and the Rapture. I’ve never heard it presented more clearly than he was teaching…

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Are You Ready For Jesus’ Return?

Are You Ready For Jesus’ Return? By Grant Phillips More than once, actually several times, before Jesus went to the cross, He warned us to be ready for His return. Did you get that? He knew that death would not hold Him on the cross and would not keep Him…

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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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