The First Resurrection


What is meant by the “first resurrection?”     "But the rest of the dead did not live again until the thousand years were finished" (Revelation 20:5a). Now notice carefully, the Old Testament saints, the New Testament saints, and the Tribulation martyrs "live" at the beginning of the Millennium. And this is called "the first resurrection." …

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The 1000 year reign


    Premillennialism, is the view that Christ will return before the Millennium. He will return to the earth before this 1000-year reign and He personally will establish it. While there are different approaches and different emphases among Premillennialists, the most widely held form understands the Millennium as a literal 1000 year period during which Christ will reign …

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The wedding continues…


Who is the Bridegroom? The question has but one answer. The Bridegroom can only be "the king's son" of the Parable, the Lord Jesus Himself. In John 3:29, long after John the Baptist had introduced Jesus as "the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world", John was asked to identify himself. He …

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“Saved the best for last!”


    The words “blessed are they” or “you are blessed” appear sixty times in the Bible. Just the word “blessed” by itself appears two hundred and seventeen times. Many times the context is repetitious, but the fact remains that if you are a Christian, a true Christ believer and follower, a born-again and Spirit filled …

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“A Filled Hunger”


    Let me take you back to the beginning of Jesus’ ministry and pull out some verses that will sort of wrap around what Jesus is saying here and tie a bow on it. Matthew 4:23 says that - “Jesus went throughout Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, proclaiming the good news of the kingdom, and healing every …

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