Tag: eschatology

Godly justice revisited

God made us to be in His family. That was His plan. When we fell, God declared “justice must be served.” No way, no how would God allow His plan of our union be thwarted by a deception or our stupidity and selfishness. “Absolutely not!” was His declaration the moment we turned and hid from…

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Destination Theology??

John 14:6 Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. (ESV) Destination theology?  That is an invalid expression.  Theology is the study of God.  Destination is a place you go.  How do you suppose we got mixed up and starting…

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Sojourn Supplants Stoics

This is the third of a “series” about seeking an appointment with Jesus today.  We have looked at two words that have been historically associated with a second coming.  I contend that these words and concepts were intended for now, in our walk now, not for some future by and by.  Religion has pushed the power…

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I don’t see what you see

Note:  This has been the most popular post ever.  It has at least 10 times more views than any other post.  I am curious how you got here and why.  Leave a comment if you are so compelled.  Also check out more recent posts here. Dan Mohler has this amazing testimony about his wife and…

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Eureka!

Isaac was standing under the apple tree when an apple fell on his head.  He declared, Eureka!  He had discovered gravity.  Well, that is how the story goes.  I bet there was more to it than just a bump on the head. When we get a deeper revelation of Jesus it is the same thing.…

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Hope deferred or assured?

We all have a fairness meter.  You know the thing that goes off when the villain or the oppressive establishment is in control and you cheer for justice.  Then our hero emerges from the impossible condition and rises in victory to save not only himself but everyone else.  Yay!  Isn’t that the backdrop of the…

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