This study guide takes a detailed look at the prophetic sections of Scripture found throughout the Bible. Each Passage is examined and explained. This volume will tell you which prophecies are yet to be fulfilled and in what sequence.
“However, context determines the Biblical meaning that the Holy Spirit intends. In I Thessalonians 5:6, therefore, katheudo is used metaphorically as ‘carnal insensibility to Divine things involving conformity to the world.’ The Apostle Paul contrasted spiritual sleep (Vs. 6) with the natural sleep that comes at night and with the drunkenness that dulls a person’s senses (Vs. 7).” (Page 34)
“And so, the first seven weeks, or 49 years, take us to the time when the city and the wall were rebuilt under Nehemiah. Then, after 62 weeks, or 434 years, the Messiah, Jesus Christ, was cut off at Calvary.” (Page 70)
“Believing is not a passive acknowledging that Jesus is the Christ; it is an active sharing in the Life of Christ.” (Page 24)
“‘It is Faith, alone, which saves; but the Faith that saves is not alone.’” (Page 26)
“Noah preached Righteousness (II Pet. 2:5), apparently without success, because only Noah and his family were saved from the destruction that came upon the whole Earth (Gen. 7:23). Jesus said that as it was in Noah’s day, so would it be in the Last Days—people disbelieving or making light of the Wrath of God.” (Page 21)