Tim Moore: On this episode of “Prophetic Perspectives” we want to focus on the topic of making all things new. I’m reminded of what the Lord said in Revelation 21:5, “Then He who sat on the throne said, ‘Behold, I make all things new.’ And He said to me, ‘Write, for these words are true and faithful.'”
All of us know that in this life we are growing older by the minute, inevitably winding down and wearing away as the years go by. But, those of us who are looking forward to our Savior’s return know that when He calls us to Himself we will be caught up in the Rapture to meet Him in the air. We will be transformed in the twinkling of an eye!
Nathan Jones: The Apostle Paul said something similar in 2 Corinthians 5:17 — “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.” Personally, I’m looking forward to receiving my glorified, 2.0 body. Likewise, our “Christ in Prophecy” television set is currently experiencing its own 3.0 upgrade.
Tim Moore: Yes, here at Lamb & Lion Ministries, some things will never change. Until Jesus calls us home, we will continue to proclaim the Gospel and the return of the King of Kings. We will point people to our Blessed Hope and implore them to flee from the wrath that is to come.
But, other things are indeed changing. While on this earth, there is still an opportunity for making some things new, for instance, what we’ve been doing here at the Lamb & Lion Ministries studio. We are currently in the midst of a total makeover of our studio space. This complete redesign is meant to expand our outreach capability and ensure that our connection with current viewers remains vibrant and exciting. We want our television program to stay fresh and energetic and reach out to unreached audiences and new generations.
Nathan Jones: If you’ve been watching Christ in Prophecy over the last 19 seasons since the program first aired in 2002, you’ve seen the two sets that have been used to produce 981 episodes. The studio has also undergone many different revisions. Our current set was built in 2012, so for nine years now the Lord’s has used it mightily to record life-transforming programs which have been broadcast all over the world. The set’s well-worn from doing ministry and has finally and totally become worn out. It’s at last high time to give it a fresh new look in order to reach a fresh new audience.
Tim Moore: We look forward to unveiling the finished work on a project that has involved our gifted and creative staff and a fantastic team of designers and construction engineers. In the meantime, we wanted to give you a preview of one of the new projects that are going on here at Lamb & Lion Ministries that will better aid us in proclaiming the message of the Lord’s soon return.
Nathan Jones: And, speaking of our ministry’s primary message, I hope that if you do not yet know Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior that you will also become “new.” You can only become new, meaning born again, by putting your faith and trust in Jesus Christ. You don’t need construction workers to build you a new life. No, Jesus Christ will do that for you, because He already did so by His death on the cross and resurrection from the dead.
Tim Moore: We intend to keep pointing people toward the Author and Perfector of our Salvation — Jesus Christ — who brings new life to everyone who puts their faith in Him.
We’d welcome your involvement with Lamb & Lion Ministries as a Prophecy Partner, a prayer partner, a regular viewer, and as an encourager and advocate. We welcome you to stay engaged with “Christ in Prophecy” and our many other outreaches and share their life-changing messages with others. If you would like to contribute your own “brick” to the new set, then you can make your contribution via our website.
Nathan Jones: Check back with us in another month or so for upcoming episodes of “Christ in Prophecy” that will be filmed on the brand new set. Also, watch for new Prophetic Perspectives short video teachings and other expanding Web content over our online venues. We’ll be producing all new teachings from the Bible. Exciting times lay ahead for our “Christ in Prophecy” audience!
Tim Moore: We pray that all of our programming leaves you longing for, and loving, Jesus’ soon return. Until that day, Godspeed!
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Nathan Jones: Corinthians 5:17 — “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.” We are to live “in Christ” in the here and now because Christ dwells within us; and all things become new because He is in us. Amen and Amen
I really enjoyed the program with Nathan’s study on the book of Hanukkah, since I did not get a lot of knowledge from the old testament. I look forward to more teachings, also from the standpoint of the Jewish traditions. Great job!
Pat, so good to hear!
I am grateful for a ministry that preaches the true word of God and not false doctrine. Some churches aren’t even preparing their flocks for the return of Jesus, and the times we are in. I am so glad there is no false doctrine here. Glad to see Tim Moore will continue in the tradition of Dr. Reagan and his successful ministry for so many years.