SERMONS ON BIBLE PROPHECY

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BIBLE PROPHECY SERMON OUTLINES

by Dr. J. Vernon McGee

Armageddon has caught the imagination of man. Every great war or threat of war always raises the awesome image of Armageddon. Again and again that word occurs in the literature of the world. After World War I, for instance, a motion picture was made called "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse," which depicted World War I as being the final war of mankind...

by Jimmy Evans

1. There Will Be An Absence Of A Strong Western Power -Where is America in Bible prophecy? 1. America is present and intact, but has declinedto becoming a second rate power. We are currently #1 debtor nation in the world. We are dismantling our war machine and laying off soldiers. We are softening our strong national political identity and agenda for a…

by Stan Coffey

The term Babylon and Iraq and Iran are really interchangeable terms because Babylon was a kingdom that took in modern day Iraq and Iran. We are talking about Babylon, the key to bible prophecy because the bible really opens with the subject of Babylon and then when you get to book of Revelation the bible closes with the fall of Babylon. Babylon through the...

by Tony Nester

Over Sunday dinner, a family discussed the sermon of the morning "The Second Coming of Christ." The teenager said that he still had a lot of questions about the Lord's return. The father tried his best to answer him, but after a while He concluded by saying, "We do not have all the answers we might like, but we do have all we need to know. The best preparation is...

by Eddie Snipes

It is often argued that the futurist view of prophecy is a modern view, therefore it has less merit. This is partially true. Even though we can find 1st and 2nd century writings that agree with the futurist view point, it was the focal point during the Reformation Period and did not regain popularity until the last 100 years. It is also pointed out that the great theologians in the...

by Ken Trivette

When it comes to the subject of Bible prophecy, history has not been without its share of false predictions and false theories. Dates have been set, predictions have been made, and events have been classified, all in the name of Bible prophecy. Even though our Lord plainly declared that the hour of His return could not be predicted, many have crawled out on a prophetic limb, only...

by James Merritt

We come again to that phrase ‘‘and I looked, and behold’’, (v.14) this reminds us that we are to slow down. John would say today, ‘‘stop, look, and listen,’’ if revelation was a movie, this would be the one part you would not want to miss, this would be the one time you would not want to take the ‘‘popcorn break.’’ John was given a sneak preview of the greatest battle to take place in the history of the world, the battle of Armageddon, this battle is going to take place in...

by Larry Wynn

It is impossible to understand biblical prophecy without understanding Israel. b. (Adrian Rogers) Israel is the nerve center of the world. 1. It is the geographical center. ‘‘thus says the lord god: this is Jerusalem; I have set her in the midst of the nations and the countries all around her.’’ ill. Go to the church of the holy sepulcher in Jerusalem. You will find a spot marked: ‘‘this is the center of the earth.’’ Israel is a strategic place. It is an ancient military and economic...

by James O. Davis

In this message, we look at a synopsis of the tribulation that occurs on earth after the saints are taken to heaven at the Second Coming of Jesus Christ in the air. We will end the overview of the Book of Revelation in this message with the good news of our Millennial reign with Christ, the New Jerusalem and eternity with Jesus. The Book of the Revelation...

by John Barnett

As we open to Rev. 1:3, may I remind you that there are seven reasons you should trust God's Word. These are the reasons we willingly seek to keep our minds filled with God's Word, the absolutely trustworthy record of God's voice. The first reason I am convinced of God's Word is Prophecy: God tells us exactly what He is going to do in the future, long before He does it. That act of God, declaring in minute, clear, and amazing detail the events of the future is called Biblical Prophecy. All that we have as believers is tied to God's Word. We come to faith by the Word, we know God in His Word, and we are filled by the Spirit through His Word, and we are sanctified by God's Word...

by Jimmy Evans

Beyond all of the issues we have already discussed, four more major events are prophesied for the world. These four events will have an impact on every person in the world. As believers we need to understand these four prophecies for two reasons:

by Stan Coffey

Haggai is the period of rebuilding of the temple after Jews had returned to their homeland following their captivity in Iraq or Babylon. Modern day Iraq, where our troops are now in the process of helping to rebuild Iraq, to free the Iraqis and rebuild their land, is old testament Babylon and new testament Babylon as well. Haggai has...

by Adrian Rogers

Turn to the book of the Revelation, chapter one tonight. And what we're going to do tonight is an addendum to the message this morning. We are bringing a series of messages on Sunday morning entitled "Our Coming King," and it deals with the second coming of Jesus Christ. And it occurred to me that it would be a...

by Dick Onarecker

Turn with me to one of the most climactic, and possibly one of the most important books of the Bible: the 66th book, the Book of Revelation. Revelation is not a closed book. It is a wide-open book. God intends for us to understand it. We will understand it if two factors remain constant: first, it will require the Lord's help, because it is...

by Lenny Ports

We all want a message from God. We want to know what God is saying to us now. We want to know what plans God has for our future. We want to know our purpose in life. We want to know the direction that God is leading us. We want to hear from God for our lives. We see people running from church to church to church all in...

by Rex Yancey

When we think about world religions and their books we think of Christianity and the Bible, Islam and the Koran, Mormonism and the Book of Mormon, Jehovah's Witnesses and Watchtower, along with other religions and books. There is no contrast between any of these books and the Bible. I was introduced to the....

by Stan Coffey

Now tonight we want to continue our thought about spiritual gifts and we'll also be doing this Wednesday night. Wednesday night I'm going to be talking about how you can know your spiritual gift, how to discern your gift, some guidelines for discerning your spiritual gifts. We'll be talking about the word of knowledge and we'll be...

by David Cawston

In the latter years of Jeroboam's reign, Amos proclaimed the word of God to the northern kingdom, Israel. He came to Symaria from the small village of Tekoa located some five miles south of Bethlehem. To earn his livelihood, he pastured sheep and dressed sycamore trees. While among the shepherds of Tekoa...

by John Barnett

One afternoon, two thousand years ago Christ's disciples ask Jesus a question that interests all of us, I'm so glad they did. Follow along as they ask in Matthew 24:3, and as Jesus answers them in verse 8 and 33. Jesus explained to us in Matthew 24, verses 8 and 33-34-that these events would begin at the...

by Daniel Rodgers

Last week our message was entitled The Urgency of the Hour. Peter, like Paul, knew that the "time of his departure was at hand," and he wanted these persecuted Christians to be able to stand fast in the midst of their trials—to be able to faithfully give out the gospel, in spite of what it may cost them. In order to do that, they must determine to...