Posts Tagged With: blessed hope

A Lamp Shining in a Dark Place

As you are about to hear in this PODCAST, it is one of the most, if not the-most-blessed, doctrines in all of the Bible.

So naturally, theologians have to come along and muddy it all up to the point where today it is MUBAR:

Messed Up Beyond All Recognition.

I’m talking about the blessed doctrine of—fancy name—imminence. As in the imminent return of Jesus. As in the clear and (as you will hear in mere moments) unambiguous Bible teaching that Jesus could return at any time. As in the glorious truth that nothing needs to happen to precede Jesus’ return.

The “blessed hope” for which we do hope, every single day.

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God bless you richly as you listen.

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Demystifying the End Times (Part 1)

1080-Woman-looks-toward-Jerusalem-and-the-Temple-Mount-600x400I can’t tell you how excited I am in this PODCAST to break the seal on this, Jesus’ walk through the remainder of human history as we know it.

It’s typically referred to as the Olivet Discourse because Jesus gave this prophetic panorama while sitting on the Mount of Olives, immediately to the East of Jerusalem, right across the Kidron Valley from the glorious Temple. One of the most breathtaking vistas in all the world.

This is Tuesday of Jesus’ final week.

On Sunday, Jesus rode into Jerusalem on what we call Palm Sunday, on what they would have called Passover Lamb selection day.

On Monday, Jesus cleansed the Temple and cursed a fig tree.

This Tuesday, a scant 72 hrs before the crucifixion, was significant and confrontational in the extreme.

  • Jesus took on the religious leaders of the day, in a blistering take-down, essentially sealing His fate. (8 times in Matthew 23, Jesus will in effect consign them all to Hell with the fateful words, “Woe to you…”)
  • Jesus explained why He cursed the fig tree (as we discussed on Podcast #170).
  • And it is also on this day that Judas will set in motion his plot to betray Jesus to the Romans, selling out his rabbi for 30 pieces of silver.

By anyone’s measure, a consequential day indeed.

Here, right smack dab in middle of this eventful day, Jesus will talk to His disciples about the end of days.

The Olivet Discourse, one that spans two chapters, Matthew 24 and 25, and 2000 years and counting of the remainder of Human History.

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God bless you richly as you listen.

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