Jesus once asked his disciples, “Whom do men say that I the Son of man am” (Matt 16:13)? Who was Jesus anyway? Most people of His day viewed Him as some sort of prophet (John
Most of us live hurried lives. We are hard pressed at work, at home, and at church to accomplish more than a twenty-four hour day seems to allow. The demands are overwhelming. In fact, full
I went to church service recently in which a powerful and emotional solo called “I Feel Like Moving On” was sung. The more I listened, however, the more disturbed I became by the emphasis on
A thousand years; the name given to the era mentioned in Rev. 20:1-7. Some maintain that Christ will personally appear on earth for the purpose of establishing his kingdom at the beginning of this millennium. Those holding this view are “usually called “millenarians.” On the other hand, it is” “maintained, more in accordance with the teaching of Scripture,” “we think, that Christ’s second advent will not be premillennial,” and that the right conception of the prospects and destiny of “his kingdom is that which is taught, e.g., in the parables of” “the leaven and the mustard-seed. The triumph of the gospel, it” “is held, must be looked for by the wider and more efficient” operation of the very forces that are now at work in extending the gospel; and that Christ will only come again at the close of “this dispensation to judge the world at the “last day.” The” millennium will thus precede his coming.
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