A must have book for understanding the dispensations of the Church. The Church at large is proclaiming that the rapture is imminent, therefore, no need to know about the timeline of the Church. If you are a student of Bible Prophecy, then this book should be the first in your library. All other prophecy teaching with respect to the Church hinges on your knowledge and understanding of the timeline (dispensations) of these last days.(Get the Kindle eBook here)
The purpose of this book is to examine specifically the Church age and identify the dispensations therein. From this knowledge, Christians will have the ability to study and understand:
1) The prophecies regarding the Church
2) The events of the last days
3) The Christian's plan of action
Our objective in this book is to learn and understand the times and rightly divide the Church age into dispensations with respect to the past, present, and future. However, the Church at large sees no need for this. After all, if the rapture is imminent and at our doorstep, what difference does it make what the dispensations of the Church are? We are to simply "look up, for our redemption draws nigh". This book will reveal that this idea and assumption is not correct.
The popular teaching of this chapter is that the falling away (or apostasy) is the rapture of the Church. The restrainer is the Holy Spirit. Therefore, it Christians are indwelt by the Holy Spirit, then the departure must refer to the rapture. This interpretation of Paul's letter is in error as this book will reveal.(Get the Kindle eBook here)
The "Day of the Lord" and the "Man of Sin" in 2nd Thessalonians Chapter 2 are the most studied in the bible. Many interpret these events to occur at the rapture and afterwards. This book will take a new and closer look at what the Apostle Paul was teaching about the last days of the Church age. If the events described herein happen after the rapture, it would seem logical that Paul would simply refer these Christians back to the Old Testament and the book of Daniel. Also, he would have told them not to worry about it because the events in this chapter occur after the Church is gone and do not relate to the Church directly. Paul does not do so nor does he mention the rapture again. Paul's teaching is a follow up of what Jesus taught in Matthew 24 in His Olivet discourse. This book will reveal the correct interpretation of the falling away, the restrainer, the man of sin, the mystery of lawlessness, and teach how these events relate to Christians today.
This parable is an example from Jesus' teaching in Matthew 24 concerning the failure of the Church in the last days and its correlation with the days of Noah. It does not teach about salvation or how to be saved. This is the first of three parables in the chapter which describe how the Church fails in its last days.(Get the Kindle eBook here)
A verse-by-verse interpretation of the Parable of the Ten Virgins. A correlation between this Kingdom of Heaven parable and the "Days of Noah" is presented. Jesus said that the latter days of the Church age would be similar to that of Noah's day. This book reveals the prophetic meaning of this parable and describes how the Church fails in the great commission prior to the rapture. Many Christians will be convicted by the proper teaching of this parable. This book is written in a style similar to that of Clarence Larkin and contains one timeline chart to help the reader understand the content.