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Book of Revelation
Summary statements are common in the book of Revelation, but I see interpreters read them in a literalistic matter. For example, in Revelation 14:17–20, there is a summary statement of the day of the Lord’s wrath using harvest imagery: Then another angel came out of the temple in heaven, and he too had a sharp […]
Aside from Rob Braxman’s articulate discussion about this new technology, I could not help to think of the eerie similarity to the “living” image of the beast from Revelation 13:15, which will be able to speak and have the power to kill those who refuse to worship the beast. Read Revelation 13:15 and then watch […]
Today is the launch of the new magazine – Biblical Prophecy Magazine. This has been in the works for almost a year. For those who value substantive, sound, and sober Bible prophecy articles, this magazine is for you. This debut issue of the magazine is being shipped next week to everyone who signed up before […]
It is refreshing to listen to a pastor not afraid to preach the truth of prewrath—and engage other views substantively! You need to watch this. I am amazed at the amount of ground he covered in this sermon. 20200321 Message from BRAVE Church on Vimeo.
The Bible clearly teaches that when Jesus returns to pour out God’s eschatological wrath, the world will be caught off guard and oblivious of his sudden coming. For example, Jesus uses the Noahic illustration to teach that his return will be sudden upon the world: For just like the days of Noah were, so the […]
Denver-area pastor preaches on Revelation 6 from a prewrath perspective. https://bravechurch.online/sermon/the-beginning-of-the-end
This is a good question from the inbox: With regards to viewing the seals, trumpets and bowls as happening at the same time (concurrent-recapitulation) or as happening progressively (consecutive-progressive), there’s something I noticed that I haven’t seen you address so far (I might be wrong). Let’s compare the sixth seal with the sixth bowl: Revelation […]
While pretribulationists are hard-pressed to show the church saints in heaven before the Antichrist’s great tribulation, posttribulationists, on the other hand, are hard-pressed to show the church saints on earth during the day of the Lord’s wrath.