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The Secret of the Saint’s Celebration (4 of 9)
Series: Seven Startling Secrets of the Second Coming of Christ
Dr. Stan Coffey
I Corinthians 4:1-5
Now if you will refer to your outline, we’re going to turn to 1 Corinthians Chapter 4 and also 2 Corinthians Chapter 5 and we are talking about the seven startling secrets of the second coming of Christ.
We come to the third lesson and that is the “Secret of the Saint’s Celebration”. Last week we talked about what is going to happen on the earth to those who are here when Jesus Christ comes again.
We saw the sounds that will accompany His coming. There will be that shout, there will be the voice of the arch angel, there will be the trumpet of God, and the dead in Christ are going to rise first and we recounted event by event what’s going to happen in the rapture and in the resurrection of the people of God.
And so the people of God have risen to meet Christ in the air; they have been changed in a moment in the twinkling of an eye. Now we want to look at what’s going to happen to the believers after they move into the air with the Lord Jesus.
The first thing that is going to happen is they are going to move into the heavens together and then we’re going to see that they will move to the judgment seat of Christ and then we are going to see that they will experience that happy time at the marriage supper of the lamb.
Look at 1 Corinthians Chapter 4:1. This gives us a background for what we’re going to say this morning. “LET A MAN SO ACCOUNT OF US, AS OF THE MINISTERS OF CHRIST, AND STEWARDS OF THE MYSTERIES OF GOD.
MOREOVER IT IS REQUIRED IN STEWARDS, THAT A MAN BE FOUND FAITHFUL. BUT WITH ME IT IS A VERY SMALL THING THAT I SHOULD BE JUDGED OF YOU, OR OF MAN'S JUDGMENT: YEA, I JUDGE NOT MINE OWN SELF.
FOR I KNOW NOTHING BY MYSELF; YET AM I NOT HEREBY JUSTIFIED: BUT HE THAT JUDGETH ME IS THE LORD. THEREFORE JUDGE NOTHING BEFORE THE TIME, UNTIL THE LORD COME, WHO BOTH WILL BRING TO LIGHT THE HI ...
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