He is not here, for he has risen, as he said. Matthew 28:6 (ESV)
He is not here, for he has risen, as he said.
That’s the beginning of our study on the Resurrection. We look at texts from the Old and New Testaments to explain that Christ’s resurrection is the template for what is in store for all who have accepted him as Lord and Savior.
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Tagged as Antichrist, Armageddon, Chaos, Crucifixion, Ezekiel, Gog, Isaiah, Job, Leviathan, Magog, Nephilim, Paul, Rephaim, Resurrection, Satan, Titans, Watchers
WE CONCLUDE our study of Ezekiel and move on to the apocalyptic prophecy of Joel this week. Here’s a hint: The soldiers of Joel’s Army are the bad guys.
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Tagged as Apollyon, Baal, Ezekiel, Gog, Jerusalem, Joel, Joel's Army, Magog, Prophecy, Revelation, Satan, Temple Mount, Zion
THE INVASION of Israel led by Gog of Magog is the war to end all wars. This week, we back up to Ezekiel 39:1 and discuss the entire chapter to explain why this war ends with the Battle of Armageddon.
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Tagged as Antichrist, Baal, Bashan, Chaos, Ezekiel, Gog, Leviathan, Lucifer, Magog, Molech, Mount Hermon, Nephilim, Rephaim, Satan
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