Preparation for the End Times

April, May, June 2018

Want to learn more about Preparation for the End Times? Use these Bible Studies for personal devotion, group Bible studies, or teaching a church class. Below are links to the lessons in this 4-part series.

Lesson 1: The Cosmic Controversy (Isaiah 14, Genesis 3, Revelation 12)
While driving on the freeway this weekend, I took into account what a driver was doing two lanes away. His actions created a chain of events that ended up affecting me. I mentioned to my wife that I try to keep track of all of the cars around me. She responded that when our daughter first started driving, she barely kept track of where she was driving. How about you? When you are driving, do you want to know what is going on around you? What about life? Would you like to know the "big picture" of what is going on around you in the world and the universe? That is the purpose of our new series of studies. How did we get to where we are? What cosmic events are shaping our future? Where are we in history? Let's plunge into our study of the Bible and learn more!

Lesson 2: Daniel and the End Time (Daniel 1-3)
Do you tend to focus on the little things of life? Do these "little things" cause you to modify your view of God? If your country were invaded and defeated, if you were taken as a slave by the invaders, would you call those "little things?" Probably not! In our study today we learn that God has His hand on the course of our life, and the course of human history! Let's plunge into our study of the Bible and learn more!

Lesson 3: Jesus and the Book of Revelation (Revelation 1 & 19)
Last week we studied how God gave Daniel the meaning of a vision that predicted the future, right up to the end of the world! The book of Revelation, among other things, also tells us about the end of the world. When we think about Revelation, we may visualize all kinds of "monsters." This week we consider Revelation in a more favorable light. We focus on Jesus in Revelation. Let's dive into our study of the Bible and learn more!

Lesson 4: Salvation and the End Time (John 14, Romans 10, Revelation 22)
What separates true Christianity from every other religious belief system in the world? It is that Christians understand that they are saved by faith alone, and not by their works. Other religious systems involve some sort of work to "purify" your life or please the god that you serve. True Christianity is especially hard for those who live in a culture that believes hard work will be rewarded with success. How can you have a philosophy of work that is so opposed to your theology? It is difficult. That is why so many Christians are unwittingly serving Satan when they write articles suggesting that Christians who do not meet their rigorous religious standards are lost. Let's dive into our study of the Bible and learn the difference between salvation and the Christian walk towards holiness!

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