We will rule and reign with Jesus. But will Jesus and the saints rule the earth from the earth or from heaven?
God is truth. He always keeps his promises. Do God’s promises prove an earthly kingdom or a heavenly kingdom?
The resurrection of the dead is an essential Christian doctrine. But if our souls are already in heaven, what is the purpose of the resurrection? Can there be a resurrection without an earthly kingdom?
Half the Church believes the 1000 years of the Kingdom is a figurative number. So is the Millennial Kingdom a literal 1000 years or is it symbolic?
Is the teaching that there is no 1000 year Kingdom heresy? If so, fully 1/2 of Christian denominations today believe there will not be a 1000 year kingdom including Orthodox and Roman Catholics, Methodists and Lutherans. Even some Messianic congregations express this belief. So will there be a Millennial Kingdom or not?
Did Jesus share a parable on multiple occasions in order to explain the Rapture? Is this “Rapture Parable” his most misunderstood parable?
August 4-5, 2017 “Understanding the Times Conference” in Tyler Texas
June – July, 2017 Multipart series on Revelation Deciphered with Marquis Laughlin on American Family Radio network.
Pre-Trib. Rapture theorists believe the Elect of Matt. 24 are the Jewish remnant. Pre-Wrath Rapture theorists believe they are Christians. This is not a trivial question. If they are the Jewish remnant, the Pre-Wrath Rapture theory is incorrect. If they are the Church, the Pre-Trib. Rapture theory is incorrect. So who are the elect of Matt. 24?
In Hebraic prophecies, a Jewish grammatical idiom known as the “prophetic perfect” is sometimes used that substitutes a “past tense” for what obviously should be “future tense.” This makes us ask, “When is the Past the future?”
Revelation 15 states that the saints will sing the Song of Moses in heaven. We will look at the Song of Moses and the Time of the End in this final installment in the series.