Chosen in Christ—the Seed of Genesis 3:15

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God’s choosing of specific individuals to be saved, was just as certain as God’s choosing of His Son to save us—as His “Chosen One” (Lu 9:35), as these passages reveal:   (Ephesians 1:3-4) – 3 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in Read More …

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This Verse Settles It. No Millennial Kingdom!

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  Introduction Acts 3:21 is our key verse. The whole context is Acts 3:18-25, as well as Acts 2:29-36. Both passages are spoken by Peter. He preached the first part on the day of Pentecost. The second part he preached on another occasion (healing of the lame man at the temple), but both are part Read More …

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John 14:3 Leaves no Room for a Millennial Kingdom

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  Premillennialism teaches that there will be an earthly, millennial kingdom, where, upon His return, Christ will rule as King over the world. However, Jesus Himself reveals that there cannot be such a kingdom:   (John 14:1-4) – 1 “Do not let your hearts be distressed. You believe in God; believe also in me. 2 Read More …

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How to Interpret the OT in Light of the NT — [Isaiah Chapter 2]

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  A reader wrote to me wanting to know the “true events of the last days,” and asked for my interpretation of Isaiah 2. What follows is the substance of my reply. I’ll sum it up this way: To start with, I don’t agree with the idea that the return of Christ is “imminent.” I Read More …

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The Gospel and the Kingdom of Christ – (How to Share the Message) – [2 of 2]

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  Introduction Why is it important to preach the gospel within the context of the Kingdom of Christ (Kingdom of God)? The Apostle Paul had his reasons for doing so, and so did Philip the Evangelist. Most importantly, Jesus Himself. They’re our examples. When we present the gospel of Jesus Christ with the Kingdom of Read More …

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The Gospel and The Kingdom of Christ — [1 of 2]

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  Is the gospel message we preach a gospel of true substance? Is it entirely biblical? Does the listener really understand the message? Does it result in genuine conversions? In many cases, I believe that the gospel message that is commonly preached from the pulpit, taught in books, and shared by individual Christians, is a Read More …

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Literally a 1000 Year Kingdom? – “No Compelling Reason” To Doubt It?

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  I appreciate the Got Questions? website. I think it’s very helpful in answering a lot of questions about the Bible. However, as an Amillennialist, I disagree with their Dispensational Premillennial position. In one of their articles titled, “What is Dispensationalism and is it Biblical?,” they make the following statement about the thousand years of Read More …

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The Kingdom of Christ According to Paul

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    There are two positions regarding the Kingdom of Christ. One that is based on a Jewish, Old Testament understanding, and the other that is based on a Christian, New Testament understanding. The first view interprets Israel and the Kingdom of Christ from an OT perspective, which is then used to interpret the NT Read More …

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What if Israel Had Recognized Jesus as their Messiah?

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    It’s tragic that Israel didn’t see the fulfillment of their own religion when Jesus revealed Himself to them. That is why God destroyed them in AD 70 via the Roman armies. If they had (as one people) recognized Jesus as their Messiah, today they would be viewed in the context of Christianity, not Read More …

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