by Kenneth Boa

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The End Times (2 of 2)
Dr. Kenneth Boa
Isaiah 53:4-5, Daniel 12:2-3, Zechariah 12:10, Matthew 25:31, Luke 1:32-33, John 1:17, 14:2-3, Romans 8:1, 9:6, Ephesians 3 vss 5, 9, 5:25-27; I Corinthians 3:9-15, 10:32, 12:13, 15:51-52, II Corinthians 5:1-10, I Thessalonians 4:13-18, II Peter 3:10, Revelation 19:7
June 2, 1997

Our Father, we do celebrate the reality of Jesus Christ in our lives, the fact that He has come, that you have demonstrated Your love, not only in words, but also in actions. We thank You that Jesus paid a price we could not hope to pay. He earned a relationship, He merited a relationship that by virtue of His perfection and merit we could not hope to earn. He puts it on our account so that we can have a security and an assurance that we are indeed Your children. Your Spirit bears witness with that. We thank You that You indwell us, and that Christ's life in us can be manifested through us. We pray that that would be the case in a growing sense, if we walk with Him in this brief, earthly sojourn. We pray in His name, Amen.

(Note: This is a restatement of "End Times Part I" except here, Ken does not go into any details regarding the other views - amillenialism and postmillenialism, and also very little about pre-millenialism per se).

We're going to be looking now at this little chart of the end times, and I want to walk you through just some basic thoughts in terms of giving you an overview, or basic structure, and I want to fill out some details, and then we'll have some time, I hope, for some questions at the end.

DISTINCTION BETWEEN ISRAEL AND THE CHURCH: One of the things we have to keep in mind is this whole distinction. My own view will draw what I regard to be an important distinction, between Israel and the church. Now I know and recognize that there are different views of this, as you'll see on this chart that I've given you. My own view is that there is a distinction in which Israel always refers to the physical posterity of ...

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