With the conclusion of the bowl judgments we’ve seen the end of the Great Tribulation. Now we’ll back up a little and get the detail on Babylon’s Three Dimensional Destruction; religious, commercial, and governmental. Remember the verse from Rev. 16:19? God remembered Babylon the Great and gave her the cup filled with the wine of the fury of his wrath. Well, chapters 17-18 will give us the blow-by-blow.
With the Lord on His throne and Satan bound, you’d think peace would finally prevail forever. But even with mankind’s three major excuses for disobedience all gone, his problems are still not solved. Is there any circumstance under which natural man can live a life pleasing to God?
Having carried the themes of Satan’s destiny and the judgment of unbelievers to their conclusion at the end of the Millennium, John returns to its beginning to describe the Kingdom in more detail. First the New Jerusalem and then the refreshed Planet Earth. A beautiful overview of what’s in store for us.
In our concluding study in the Book of Hebrews we’ll discover what the word discipline means and how it pertains to our relationship with the Lord. We’ll also see one of the most remarkable contrasts between Law and Grace to be found anywhere in Scripture, and receive the writer’s concluding exhortations.
Hebrews 10 is another chapter people use to deny the doctrine of Eternal Security (OSAS). Are they right, or have they misinterpreted the writer’s intentions? We take an in depth look and see what it really says.
The focus for this study is Jesus as our High Priest in the order of Melchizedek. We’ll discover why this priesthood is superior to that of Levi, and why it was necessary that a new and better priesthood be instituted to assure the security of the Church forever.
In this study, we continue to demolish incorrect interpretations and show why Hebrews 6, when viewed in its proper context, is not about losing one’s salvation. In fact it’s not about salvation at all.
God gave the Israelites 10 commandments in the Old Testament, and all are repeated in the New Testament except the commandment to keep the Sabbath. Why is this? The answer will shock and surprise you.
In this study we continue the author’s claim that Jesus is superior to all the creation. He has already demonstrated the Lord’s superiority to the angels, calling Him the radiance of God’s glory and the exact representation of His being. Now he’ll show Jesus to be superior to Moses, the most revered figure of Judaism.