A key theme of the Bible is that of a Messiah to bring salvation to
the world (cf.; Isaiah 49:6; 52:10). Jesus Christ is prophesied to
return to the earth in power and glory, restore peace, and establish
a righteous and just government over the earth (cf. Psalm 72:1-7;
Daniel 7:13-14; Revelation 11:15).
After the living
God, Creator of all that is made, establishes his government over the
earth, it will be a much different world. In the final article in
this series, we will explore some additional important ways in which
the world will be different after Christ returns.
review key points covered in the previous articles in this series.
After Christ returns there will be: (1) An end to oppression. (2)
Just government. (3) An end to war. (4) Peace and harmony among races
and nations. (5) Stable government. (6) Predictable and favorable
weather, and abundant produce for all.
Bible assures us that Jesus Christ will one day return to
earth and restore “all things” as has been prophesied by God’s
prophets “since the world began” (Acts 3:21). He will establish
at that time a literal world ruling kingdom, that shall never end
(Revelation 11:15). In part one of this series we discussed several
ways in which the world will be different from today’s world when
Jesus Christ establishes the Kingdom of God on earth.
As discussed in that article there will be: (1) An end to oppression. (2) Just government. (3) End to war. (4) Harmony among races and nations.
let’s continue with a discussion of some other ways in which the
world will be different, and far better, than today’s world after
Jesus Christ returns to establish his kingdom.Continue reading →
Published August 7, 2018
Will the wicked really be tormented forever in hell? In this sermon, pastor Rod Reynolds examines in detail passages in the book of Revelation that have traditionally been used to establish the common belief in a never-ending hellfire reserved for punishment of the wicked. To understand what the Bible says about hell, we must carefully study the context of the scriptures in question.