The Table after the Second Coming (15 of 17) by James O. Davis
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Series: Sign Posts on the Road to Armageddon
Dr. James O. Davis
Introduction: In a previous message we dealt with the treachery after His Coming. I shared that there would be a strong delusion sent upon the earth after the Church is raptured into heaven. Since men will not believe the truth, Satan will cause them to believe a lie and will lead a world rebellion against God. While this is going on upon this earth, the Marriage Supper of the Lamb is occurring in heaven. Today I want to deal with the table after His Coming.
I will never forget my wife's and my wedding. The night before the event, my wife and I gathered all the ministers and others who were to be part of our wedding for a rehearsal dinner. This enjoyable time with family and friends was followed by a visit to the sanctuary for a wedding practice. I never saw my wife after that until she marched down the aisle dressed in her beautiful white wedding gown which symbolized her purity and holiness. When Jesus returns for His Bride, the Church, three events are going to happen in the life of the Christian.
FIRST, THREE CHRISTIAN EVENTS
A) There is Going to be a Transformation--Our bodies are going to be changed. We are going to receive a glorified body that will never again be subject to time.
B) There is Going to be An Examination--Every believer will stand before the Judgment Seat of Christ and give account how we lived our Christian life. We saw this earlier in the series. We are saved by grace unto good works. We are not saved by works through faith, but by faith that works.
C) There is Going to be a Celebration--This is the event the Bible calls the Marriage Supper of the Lamb. In order for the believer to fully understand this event, we need to know the Biblical basis for it. Primarily, there are three unique metaphors used to explain the relationship of the Church (the Bride) to Jesus Christ (the Groom).
1) The Fi ...
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