Sunday, January 13, 2013

End Times

So today was the first day of the 10 week series about the End Times at church.
It was mainly a foundation of what we will be learning in the following next 9 weeks. I'm excited about the series since we are studying the book of Revelation in the year long reading plan. Many people debate on whether or not, the book of Revelation is literal or figurative. Another common debate is when exactly is Jesus coming back? Not only does the book of Revelation tell us about the end times, but many other books in the Old testament like the book of Daniel and in the New Testament such as 1 John.  
I figured I'd share a few points with you...
  • Because my hope is in Christ, I can be confident in the future instead of fearful.
If we listen to the media, it can be pretty easy to become fearful of what is to come, but we need to remember that God says He will never leave us. We also need to remember that He knows what is best.
  • We don't need Mayan calendars, all we need to know is in God's Word.
  • We may be right about the facts of the end times, but we may be wrong about the timeline. It's in God's timing, not ours. So we are wasting our time worrying about the future.
1 John 2:28 says, " Now, little children, abide in Him, so that when He appears, we may have confidence and not shrink away from Him in shame at His coming."
Don't worry about the future, be confident about the future!
Don't forget our memory verse!
Matthew 5:16 - Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven.
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  1. "all we need to know is in God's Word." <-- I was thinking of this last month (during the December 2012 hype) and during the hype back in May 2011. Why would anyone who claims to be Christian believe in these so-called prophecies?

    1. You're so right Robin!! We can't trust in what the media tells us. We can only trust in God's word. Praying for you! <3


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