The hope which is laid up for you in heaven, of which you heard before in the word of the truth of the Gospel. Colossians 1:5
A man once said to his pastor, “I don’t mind when you occasionally preach on the signs of the times, but I’m not very interested in biblical prophecy.” His pastor replied, “Oh dear, then you must not like the books of Daniel, Zechariah, 1 and 2 Thessalonians, Revelation, and large portions of Matthew, Isaiah, Second Peter, and many other books. That’s quite a bit of the Bible to be missing!”
There’s a reason the Bible is packed with prophecy. It’s the basis for the believer’s optimism. Jesus died and rose again to give us a glorious future, and the unfolding coming events should excite our minds, comfort our hearts, and inflame our ministries.
If you’re indifferent or confused about biblical prophecy, pray, “Lord, give…
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