Why Every Calvinist Should Be a Premillennialist, #5
I want to thank you all for your patience as I have been working through this series of messages on the future of Israel. I know that most of you are saying we believe it. We are convinced. We don't need any more evidence or any more proof, we believe that God has a future for Israel. And I'm glad for that and I know you respond to the teaching of the Word of God.
But, there are many more things to say to seal the case and to be able to pull together everything as important going forward for the usages of these messages in every avenue in which they will ultimately be used...television, radio, DVD, CDs, wherever in the future. It's important for us to cover the ground with the completeness or with the degree of completeness that's consistent with what Scripture teaches. We're talking about eschatology from eschaton, the Greek word for last things. We're talking about the end. We're talking about the future. We're talking about prophecy. And in the Bible, God reveals the future. This is not something uncommon in Scripture, this is something very, very common. It is a basic characteristic of Scripture starting with the book of Genesis and running all the way to the book of Revelation to see predictions and promises from God about the future. This is a characteristic of Scripture all the way through...
|Mar 6, 2011