In this final episode in our series on the End Times, Robert reviews the things we learned and appeals to us to be ready for that coming Day of Judgment.
The ancient prophecy of Gog and Magog is a fascinating account that many have thought relate to the end of the world. The Book of Revelation tells us about Gog and Magog, but is this really about the end of the world? The account in Revelation is pulled from more ancient prophecy. What did those prophecies mean? Robert gives us insight in this lesson.
The 1000 year reign doctrine- more information about this prevalent idea. The church of Christ is His kingdom. We are not waiting for His kingdom to be established. But what about Revelation chapter 20?
Revelation is a book of the Bible notorious for its confusing language and vivid images. Many people reading through this book have been confused by it, even terrified by its contents. But the book of Revelation was not intended to cause nightmares. It was written to bring hope to Christians in the early church. We too can see the glory of hope in the pages of this book, when we understand what it is saying. Robert helps us get started by revealing tips for understanding it.
Centuries of Prophecy told about the Messiah to come. It told of a Messiah who would be both priest and king. This is perfectly fulfilled in the person of Jesus.
You’ve probably heard of the One Thousand Year Reign doctrine taught by many related to the end of the world. It’s about prophecies tied with the book of Revelation and a supposed reign of Jesus on earth for 1000 years. The most common doctrine states that Jesus will return to earth someday soon and sit on David’s Throne in Israel. He will rule the world for 1000 years and there will be peace and prosperity throughout. What does the Bible say about this popular doctrine?