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Eschatology-AllThingsFulfilled

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Live engaging Bible Prophecy studies of end times prophecy, and the Book of Revelation with host William Bell Jr, presented with clarity and simplicity. Open dialogues and critiques of major millennial views, in common sense language you can understand. Increase your knowledge and understanding, eliminate your fears and empower your life.

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Much controversy exists over the meaning of the term at hand. Does this term mean imminent, soon and about to come to pass? Or, does it mean something far, far away? Can it stretch for centuries and yet be considered at hand?... more

The unique and often overlooked relationship between the Sabbath, the Sancutary and the Rest of God has led Bible students and teachers to many false conclusions about all three. Today's study gives us an opportunity to consider... more

In part two of our study on the Sabbath of Hebrews 4, a deeper look at the Sabbath in foreshadowing the rest of God will be discussed. How does the weekly Sabbath typify the eternal rest? Are we required to keep the weekly Sabbath?... more

The Sabbath Rest of Hebrews 4 demonstrates the end of the weekly Sabbath. Hebrews develops the Sabbath rest as much more comprehensive than the weekly observance of the Sabbath. What we see is the antetype and somewhat... more

Today's study will focus on a few key words used in Matthew 5:18 that are the subject of much debate. Some believe they teach a part of the Law was fulfilled while others believe and teach they refer to the Law and the Prophets. In this... more

Matthew 5:18 is the source of much debate on the end of the Law by Amillennialists, Hebrew Isralites and more. A chief point of contention is the interpretation of Matthew 5:17-18. Some of the arguments center on word... more

The Law Prophesied. Scripture clearly affrims this. The eschatologial implications are significant. Not until all prophecy is fulfilled could the Law pass. Jesus said, "Do not think that I came to destroy the Law or the Prophets. I did not come to... more

Matthew 5:19 teaches that the Law could not Pass until it was all fulfilled. One jot or one tittle would not pass until all were fulfilled in the Law and in the Prophets. Yet, those who claim to keep the Law have both the Law and the Prophets... more

Matthew 5:18 teaches that the Law would be fulfilled when heaven and earth passed. For many, heaven and earth means the material universe. Can this intepretation be established and sustained from Scripture? We'll do a brief... more

What does the Bible teach about the kingdom of God and the reign of Christ on David's throne? Will it be a literal throne on earth in the city of Jerusalem? What has been God's will about a kingdom on earth? In this lesson we examine the... more
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