A testimony of how I reached the point of being a convinced dispensationalist.
Category: Inductive Bible Study
Jesus who came from heaven has the authority of God. He speaks the words of God and has the Holy Spirit in His fullness.
We should live properly in view of the coming wrath of God. Our salvation from this coming wrath is assured by the blood of Christ, and we should encourage each other in view of it.
The Day of the LORD will come suddenly on the earth but the Thessalonians won't be surprised since they know the truth that they will be taken up before it begins.
Over the last 3 months or so my wife and I have been doing a challenge to read the whole Bible in 100 days, and we have been reading the New Testament for the last few weeks. As i have been reading, it has proved to present me fresh with the challenges we face in … Continue reading Book Review: How Does the New Testament Use the Old Testament?: A Survey of the Major Views by Michael J. Vlach
False teachers must be rejected from our homes when they come specifically to promote falsehood.
It has been longer than I would like since I posted on here, so here's a thought on my daily Bible study. I have recently begun a "binge-reading" Bible challenge to read the whole Bible before the end of the year. Today I read a passage in the Old Testament that beautifully wove together a … Continue reading The Covenant with Abraham Is Not the Covenant with Israel in the Law
The concept of the Day of the Lord is a crucial one with reference to the overall prophetic program of the Bible. I have read that some have observed that . To this end, before I have finished my study and exposition of 1 Thess. 5:1-11, I have been trying to work through some literature … Continue reading Resources on the Day of the Lord
1 Thessalonians tells us about the Rapture from the perspective of the relationship between the experience of those who have already died and the experience of those who are living when it happens. We learn based on the authority of God's Word that the dead rise from the dead first and then the living are caught up to be with Christ from then on forever. We are encouraged to exhort each other with comfort based on this truth.
Today, on my 30th birthday, I would like to offer some personal and theological reflections on my first 30 years of life, especially my Christian life. I share about my salvation, my early years, my years of struggle, and my years of growth. I conclude with my hopes for the future.