This is a continuation of the series we have been on about points of doctrine, and of seed and how the seed must get watered and spread. How did Christianity get to be in the situation that it’s in where we are so divided?
The importance of Pentecost can not be overstated. Pentecost is the very nexus of God’s plan.
We have identified the son of perdition. We have seen how to wage war with him. We have seen how pervasive he is, but we have seen how God will ultimately win with an innumerable multitude of people.
Armageddon is a rendezvous with destiny, as we learned in that sermon, between good and evil, with Jesus Christ getting the truth to the whole world to undo the damage and remove the deceptions that Satan has caused with his evil inspiration throughout the world.
Wow do we have a millennium of peace if everything is melted and dissolved? How does anything physical survive?
Do you want to know how to bore an audience and make them literally glaze over and maybe even make them go to sleep? Launch into a detailed discussion of biblical truth and biblical understanding.
Physically the world is in an enormous mess. We know that. Spiritually it needs to have forgiveness and salvation, but physically we are facing some serious problems.
The law of God for some reason is a very touchy subject. The subject of the law seems to illicit such strong emotions and strong opinions across the board.
At this juncture in history, the world finds itself facing an array of very complex problems. You don’t have to read too many newspapers or watch the news for very long before you realize the world is confronting a lot of severe problems right now, and they seem to defy solution.
We are not in a perfect world where everyone lives by the Bible, and in some ways it is getting worse.
We can learn a lot from the early shoutings and proclamations of the apostles in the Book of Acts. There were a number of miracles in the Book of Acts, but let’s focus on chapter 2.
People may wonder why the Great Lakes Church of God might be different from other churches. The difference is that we preach the gospel of the kingdom of God, and we clear God’s name. It may appear that many churches preach the gospel, but are they doing it correctly?
This is a crucial period of time in history in the future. But in the history of the Church now, we need to use the fall holy days as something similar to Passover where we examine ourselves.
This is a message for our time. The Church has understood that really for quite some time. It is a message that the Spirit has for the churches, and this particular message is for our time, the Laodicean era of the Church.
It is understood that grace is a free gift from God. It is unmerited pardon for our sins based on the blood of Christ shed for our sins. Is that all we have to accept to get right with God?
Humans have this strange capacity to forget how to be grateful and thankful. It’s amazing how quickly it happens. The Pilgrims themselves remembered it until the day they died.
What does God mean when He says Armageddon? When human beings say the Battle of Armageddon, we all know what we are thinking about.
What do we do to reach the world? Very few people call or write or e-mail for more information. You would think that would be taking off as well, but it’s not.
There are probably no two more fearful words than tribulation and Armageddon. Those two words bring up tremendous anxiety in people and dread and fear of the future. A lot of it has to do with the images that are surrounding these two words.
The world seems to be brimful of hatred. Every time you watch the news it’s somebody killing somebody or some nation attacking some nation or some regional flare up.