The Bible shows us what did and will happen to the nation and the state of Israel, including before and during the Great Tribulation and the Day of the Lord, and after Christ’s Return. This sermon also addresses parallel developments pertaining to the USA and the UK, as well as their and Judah’s enemies. The fall of the state of Israel and its defeat in war are prophesied, but so are also its rise from destruction and freedom from captivity. Today’s anti-Semitism will become a thing of the past.
Don’t Harden Your Heart
The most-known example of a man who hardened his heart and thereby refused to submit to the Will of God was probably the Pharaoh at the time of the Exodus. But the Bible contains many more examples of people who hardened their heart, and even Christ’s own disciples were not immune. What are the inevitable consequences of a proud, hardened, bitter, rebellious and unrepentant heart?
Growth in the Church – Feast Sermon 2016
If we want to grow, we must be faithful in the small things; we must help the little ones; and we must not despise the day of small beginnings. We must control our thoughts and avoid wrong ideas and hypocrisy. When God begins something, He does so in a small way, so that it can grow and become bigger. Even His kingdom and rule must and will grow. God’s Church is small today—a little flock—but its growth is predestined, if it fulfills its godly mission. Individual Christians must have a part in this growth.
Christ in the Old Testament
Did Moses know Christ? Was he aware of His existence of God and His coming as the Messiah? Jesus said that Moses wrote about Him. In what way? And what about Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, David, Isaiah and others? Were they Christians? Actually, what IS a Christian?
The ninth chapter of the book of Daniel teaches us that Jesus Christ was killed in 31 A.D., after 3 ½ years of His public ministry, which began in 27 A.D. Since it was decreed that He should conduct His public ministry for seven years, He will complete the remaining 3 ½ years here on earth after His return. During that time, He will end the captivity of the enslaved modern descendants of the houses of Israel and Judah; deal with them in the wilderness; and ultimately bring them, together with the resurrected King David, to the Promised Land.
The End of Europe – Part 2
As God will end the rule of the physical powers of this world, including the last resurrection of the Roman Empire in Europe and the Babylonian system, so He will also deal with the responsible evil spiritual powers which are working behind the scene. Satan and his demons will be imprisoned in the bottomless pit, also called the abyss, so that they cannot deceive the world anymore during the Millennium. But where will this prison be, and what is it, exactly? And what is the relationship between the abyss and Europe?
Trials and Temptations