PROPHECY HEADLINES: 72-hour Israel-Gaza ceasefire breaks down | Israel restocks weapons supply with munitions from U.S. stockpiles | Earthquake in Algeria kills 6 people | 58% of California under “exceptional” drought conditions | Ebola virus deaths hit 729
The Bible says in Titus 2:13: “Looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the great God and our Saviour Jesus Christ.”
PROPHECY BOOTCAMP: “After the Tribulation, Part 4″ from Dr. Tim LaHaye
Postmillennialism, with its Utopian view of the future, fell on hard times during this century, following two world wars and the unmatched inhumanities of Communism inspired by both the Soviets and Chinese. In addition, because postmillennialism allegorizes prophecy, this view has not had much acceptance among Bible-believing Christians. In recent years reconstructionists and dominionists have tried to revive it, but it has made few inroads among those who take a literal view of prophecy. For example, Revelation 20, which six times in six verses indicates that the length of the kingdom age will be 1,000 years, must be taken either literally or figuratively. If you take those statements literally, you are probably a premillennialist. If you take them symbolically, you are probably either a postmillennialist or amillennialist. There are, however, some fine Christians who take the Bible literally (yet interpret prophecy symbolically, although it is my belief that doing so creates more problems than it solves).
OCCUPY TILL I COME: “Waiting on the Second Coming — Whatever Became of Integrity (Part 1)” by Ray C. Stedman
MUSICAL SELECTION: “The King is Coming” by Newsboys
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