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God's Final Answer (2 of 2)
Series: Judgment Day
Pastor Jeff Schreve
Well, we have been talking for the last six weeks about Bible prophecy. And we have gone back to the future, back to the Scripture to see what God has to say about the future. And we first talked about the next great event on God's prophetic calendar, and that's the rapture of the Church where all the true believers go up to meet the Lord in the air, and we'll always be with the Lord. And after the rapture of the Church, we have what the Bible calls the Judgment Seat of Christ. That's where Christians are judged not to determine whether they go to heaven or hell, but to determine reward in heaven. And then we have that great thing called the Marriage Supper of the Lamb when we, as the bride of Christ, are united with Jesus, and we have that wonderful supper there with the Father and all the saints of all the ages and there with the Lord Jesus. And then we talked about the tribulation period, that seven-year period of time that the Bible describes as literally hell on earth where God pours out His wrath on a disbelieving unrepentant world. And then we talked about the rise and rule of the antichrist and what that is going to be like. And we talked about the Battle of Armageddon when Jesus Christ comes back to this earth. And then we talked about, last week, about that millennial kingdom, that one thousand-year reign of Jesus Christ here on the earth where He sets up His capital city in Jerusalem. And then we saw toward the end of Revelation chapter 20 or right in the first few verses how the Lord takes Satan and He binds him, and then He destroys him forever and He casts him into the lake of fire. And now we come to a place where God is going to put the last period upon the last sentence upon the last paragraph upon the last page of human history. We come to a place where time is no more. It's the last judgment, the last event before eternity is ushered in, before the n ...
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