When Will The Anti-Christ Be Revealed? (4 of 5) by Stan Coffey
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Series: The Terminal Generation
Dr. Stan Coffey
2 Thessalonians 2:1-10
I.THE MYSTERY OF INIQUITE
II. THE MINISTRY OF THE SPIRIT
Yesterday I was visiting the family of Ronnie Keith, Ronnie is one of our members who is not able to attend our church and for the past year his grandmother who is a wonderful Christian lived with them. In the last few weeks she had been very ill and she went to be with the Lord on Friday night.
Ronnie said something yesterday that I thought was wonderful about his grandmother. He said, “You know grandmother always said she was going to see the Rapture of the Church.” And he said, “Her faith was so strong that she was going to be here when Jesus came.” He said, “I think maybe the Rapture is taking place and all of us have been left behind.”
Well, I tell you we know that she and every other Christian who has died have been with the Lord and are with the Lord , they are coming back one day when Jesus comes. I believe we are living in that time. I believe that many of us in this room will live to see the coming of the Lord.
Now if you will turn to 2 Thessalonians Chapter 2, there is a fascinating passage regarding the anti-Christ. Last week we talked about the danger of counterfeit Christs, those who come instead of Christ offering themselves in the place of Christ, those who are against Christ.
One day all the spirit of anti-Christ, that spirit that resists Christ, that spirit that tries to replace Christ will embody itself in one man. He will be Satan’s Superman. Satan will incarnate himself into this man and this man will become the ruler of the world. He will claim to be God.
And so today’s message is entitled, “When Will the Anti-Christ Be Revealed?”
In Second Thessalonians 2:1 the Bible says, “NOW WE BESEECH YOU, BRETHREN, BY THE COMING OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST, AND BY OUR GATHERING TOGETHER UNTO HIM,
THAT YE BE NOT SOON SHAKEN IN MIND, OR BE TROUBLED, NEITH ...
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