Kingdom Eschatology focuses upon the fulfillment of prophecy and how we are now in God's Kingdom. There is so much more for us in the Kingdom of God at this present time than what many forms of eschatological teaching help us understand. It is high time we learn that the Kingdom does not come with observation, but is in you. Jesus never said the Kingdom would ever become physical. Somehow the Pharisaical error of a physical kingdom toppling physical governments crept into the Church.
Everything required to occur for Christ to be seated on David's throne, seated in
Heavenly places, and us together seated with Him as Kings and Priests
HAS BEEN DONE. The emphasis of Bible prophecy is what Christ
accomplished through the work of the cross in bringing God's Kingdom,
that does not come with observation, nor ever will, and is in you.
Fulfilled prophecy is not the focus of our emphasis. Where we are now,
because of the prophecies fulfilled, is the issue we must all recognize
and concentrate upon. We have victory over sin, satan and the world, as
kings and priests with Christ. We have already come to Mount Zion and
Heavenly Jerusalem, and the River of Life Is the Holy Spirit of God
flowing from the Church, there for all who are thirsty to come and
drink freely. We are the trees planted by the waters of this River,
whose leaf shall not fade (that nations may be healed) and whose fruit
withereth not (that all might taste and see that the Lord is good, and
know eternal LIFE) (Psalm 1).
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This section consists of prophetic studies which you will find actually
regard the inception of the New Covenant and the finished work of Jesus
on the cross. They also revolve around personal spiritual growth.
The words of Matthew 25 concern the siege of Jerusalem as do the words of Matthew 24 -- both chapters deal with the same discussion on the Mount of Olives. What
about the separation of the cursed goats from the blessed sheep? How does this picture fit into the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD? This study explains the connection.
Josephus is our only source of knowledge for much of the history of Judaism in the First Century AD. His books provide essential background for an understanding of both the beginning of modern Judaism and of the New Testament in its historical setting. Four of his works have survived. The Jewish War (The history of the Jewish revolt against the Roman Empire in the years 66-74 AD, as experienced by Josephus himself), Antiquities of the Jews (The history of the Jews prior to the revolt, based on the Bible, other Jewish writings, and the works of previous historians), Against Apion (A defense of Judaism, answering an attack by a Roman author), and The Life
Josephus is a powerful source of confirmation concerning the downfall
of Jerusalem in AD70. Read for yourself what he witnessed regarding the
siege against Jerusalem by Rome, fulfilling prophecy by Jesus Christ
and the biblical prophets. His works greatly confirm the correct
Fabulous Online Books about Prophecy
(I do not agree 100%
with all that these men write, but feel much of it is great, and worth
John Gill's insightful
commentary of Genesis 3:24, Ezekiel 1:10 and Revelation 5:9, noting
Cherubim to be representative of the church and the ministry, serving
here as beautiful confirmation of this thought.