God is gracious. He is longsuffering. He warns and warns before He pours out judgment and ultimate destruction, but He will not tolerate unrepented sin.
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Vic Batista and Nathan Jones will be teaching through the Bible's prophetic book of 2 Thessalonians in a verse-by-verse study. We...Read More
One of the major prophetic voices that has emerged on the American scene in the past few years is a Messianic Jew by the name of Dr. Michael Brown.
I am sorry to announce that Dr. Michael Brown, whom I highly respect, has recently co-authored a book attacking the concept of a Pre-Tribulation Rapture.
The question remains whether there is any hope for America. Every indicator screams that we are accelerating our headlong rush away from the living God and into a hellish abyss.
What application can be made to our society from Eli's tragic end? Eli was old enough to have seen great blessing, and to have known better than to have strayed from truth.
Why is the record of Eli's weight mentioned? Because Eli's weight is also relevant to the story.
Nathan Jones and Vic Batista have been your guides since the very first installment, going verse by verse through the Bible's prophetic book of 2 Thessalonians. In concluding chapter 3, the...
The Apostle Paul so far in his letter to the church in Thessalonica stressed the importance of getting the Gospel out to an unbelieving world while the time is short. He now follows up with...
Notice how Paul in verse 3 presents such wonderful truths when affirming that the Lord is faithful, that He will establish believers in Christ, and that He will guard us against Satan.
If we pray for God's will to be achieved in our lives, then we, in turn, will be blessed, for God has got all of life's needs covered.
The Apostle Paul, in writing this second letter to the church in Thessalonica, finishes up chapter 2 with his call in verse 13-17 to the brethren to stand fast.
Is 2 Thessalonians 2 making the argument that the Church will have to endure the Tribulation? I do not believe so. Let's read 2 Thessalonians 2:3-4 again.
The promise to one day return to this earth to reign in glory and majesty was made by Jesus many times during His brief ministry of a little over three years.
We're going verse by verse through the Bible's prophetic book of 2 Thessalonians. We will continue to tackle chapter two and see if the Apostle Paul was teaching anything but a Pre...
We are continuing down the Tribulation Road with our verse-by-verse study of the book of 2 Thessalonians. Today we find ourselves in 2 Thessalonians 2 as we learn about the Man of...