Literal Thousand Year Reign When He Returns

The biggest chink in the armor of the futurists is found in their treatment of Revelation 20:4-6 from which they get their doctrine of a 1000 year reign. From these verses… pre-millennialists insist that the Bible teaches that Jesus will return to earth and reign for a literal 1000 years. … (But) the verses… do not teach that Jesus will reign on earth for a literal 1000 years… John saw thrones upon which those who…

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The First and Most Basic Teaching of Pre-Millennialism

The first and basic teaching of pre-millennialism is that Christ is not reigning now, but He will reign during the 1000 years mentioned in Revelation 20:4-6. Pre-millennialism teaches that Jesus will feign in the future in an earthly, fleshly kingdom. His kingdom, it is taught, will be brought to earth when He comes to take His throne as King. His kingdom is not yet here, but it will come some time in the future.

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The Catholic Source of Pre-Millennialism

Frank B. Holbrook wrote about Martin Luther’s struggles against the Catholic powers when Luther told a rioting audience at Wittenberg to refrain from violence against the Roman Church. -Remember that anti-Christ as Daniel said, is to be broken without the hand of man. -Violence will only make him stronger. (Ministry Magazine, July 1983) Holbrook has also condensed the history of the birth of pre-millennialism well. He wrote, Sixteenth-century Reformation preaching of the apocalyptic prophecies of…

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The Problems with Dispensational View of Revelation

If Christ is going to reign on earth, why is Scripture silent about the nature of that temporary earthly kingdom? If there is no mention of the millennium as a temporary period of blessing elsewhere in the Bible, how could something so significant fail to be mentioned elsewhere? Scripture does not speak beyond what we read in Revelation 20. What is the reason for a millennium? Do nations continue to exist as if Christ is…

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Souls or Lives in Millennium?

Because of their steadfastness, Christians who are martyred, as well as the faithful who die naturally, are with the Lord when they die. They remain priests and participants of the kingdom upon death (20:4). Note also, John sees “souls” (not bodies). He is not speaking about resurrection bodies fit for an earthly kingdom, but about our life with Christ upon death. Perhaps in using the word “souls”, he is saying he sees “persons” who are…

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  • 1 Peter 1:24-25 October 28, 2020
    “For, “All people are like grass, and all their glory is like the flowers of the field; the grass withers and the flowers fall, but the word of the Lord endures forever.” And this is the word that was preached to you.”
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