Why preach a series on eschatology? Tim Conway did this series 1) because Dispensational Premillennialism commandeers many of the promises that belong to the church. 2) The church’s urgency is dulled by this eschatology. 3) That system commandeers one of our basic Biblical interpretation methods. 4) The church’s missionary hope is commandeered. 5) That system takes from the glory of Christ and the church and goes back to the shadows again.
This Age and The Age to Come (Part 2)
When we study eschatology we must not first launch out into the complex "calculus" of Daniel, Ezekiel, and Revelation.
Who is True Israel? (Part 3)
The Bible teaches us that every single promise in the Old Testament that applied to a Jew also applies to us who are in Jesus Christ.
One New Man in the Place of the Two (Part 4)
Many make a radical distinction between the church and Israel, but such a distinction simply does not exist as can be seen by the Apostle Paul's words in Ephesians 2.
The Finality of the Lord’s Coming (Part 6)
There are those in our churches who are wisely waiting for the Lord's coming and there are others who are foolishly unprepared as that great day approaches.
The Sitting Son of Man (Part 8)
The last portion of Matthew 25 is not a parable, but an actual description of Judgement Day.
A Venture into Hard Things: Part 1
Some have said that Matthew 24 is the most difficult chapter in the entire Bible. This is the first of two messages in which an attempt is made to try to make sense of this difficult chapter.
A Venture into Hard Things: Part 2
This is the second of two messages in which Matthew 24 is explored. Jesus taught that His own generation would not pass away until the first part of this chapter was fulfilled.
Daniel’s 70 Weeks (Part 11)
The last four verses of Daniel 9 are rich with prophecy concerning the great atoning work of our Lord Jesus Christ. Many try to find the anti-Christ in these verses, but it is Christ we need to look for here.