You're In Trouble Now (6 of 7) by Brad Whitt
This content is part of a series.You're In Trouble Now (6 of 7)
Series: Ready Or Not. . .Here He Comes
INTRO: I want you to take God's Word now this morning and be finding your place once again at the last book of the Bible, the book of the Revelation, the 20th chapter and the 11th verse. We are quickly coming to the conclusion of our summer series of sermons on the Second Coming of Christ that we've entitled, "Ready Or Not . . . Here He Comes." And again, what we're doing in this study is simply hitting the highpoints of the rapture, reunion, return and reign of Jesus.
Now, some of you may have thought, as we began this study, "Why are we going to waste our time with all of this stuff? I mean, what does all of this stuff that's probably not even going to happen in my lifetime have to do with what I'm facing today? Honestly, preachers have been preaching this for years. Bible teachers have been teaching this for years, and nothing's happened yet." You know, it's funny that you say that. Bro. Steve and I were talking just this past Friday about all that's been going on in the Middle East this past week. You've got the terrorist groups of Hamas and Hezbollah attacking Israel, funded by Iran and orchestrated by Syria. You've got Israel conducting a two front war, bombing Beirut and Gaza. You've got the US backing Israel. You've God Russia and China backing the Palestinians. You've got the UN wringing their hands and begging for restraint. (And that's not even counting North Korea, Africa and Latin America.) I'm telling you folks, I believe more and more every single day that we are getting very close to the rapture of the church and the beginning of the 7 years of Great Tribulation. The Bible says in Matthew 24 that just before the return of the Lord that there will be wars and rumors of wars. Nation will rise against nation. There will be plagues and famines and earthquakes in various places, and that all of these things are the begin ...
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