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Winning Is More Than Not Losing (2 of 7)
Series: Ready Or Not. . .Here He Comes
2 Corinthians 5:9-10
INTRO: I want you to take God's Word now this morning and be finding your place at 2nd Corinthians chapter 5 if you would, and in just a moment we'll be reading together from verses 9 and 10.
If you weren't here last week, let me bring you up to speed on a new study that we're in here on Sunday mornings. Last week we began a study on the Second Coming of Jesus that we've entitled, "Ready Or Not. . .Here He Comes." And what we're going to be doing in this series of studies is simply hitting the high spots of the resurrection, rapture, return and reign of Jesus. It's going to be kind of like skipping a rock across a pond. We'll go over everything, but we won't necessarily cover it all in great detail. And the reason for that is because my intention is to paint the big picture of the second coming, not necessarily teach you how to paint.
Okay, last week, we began by looking at the next thing that the Bible says is on God's prophetic time table and that is the resurrection of those who are asleep in Jesus and the rapture of the church. This morning we'll be talking about the Judgment Seat of Christ and the believer's day of reward. Next week we'll be looking at what the Bible says about the greatest dinner you've ever been invited to, and that's the Marriage Supper of the Lamb. Then we'll be looking at the dark days and frightful nights of the Great Tribulation. Then we see what it will be like when Jesus comes again to this earth and touches down on the Mount of Olives, sets up His millennial kingdom, judges those who rejected Him at the Great White Throne Judgment and creates a new Heaven and a New Earth.
So, this is going to be an exciting and a challenging series and I want to encourage you and exhort you to be present for each and every one of these studies, and like I said last week, my prayer is that through this ser ...
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