The following are sermons:
Jesus and the Last Generation
Both interest and opposition characterize recent discussion of Last Generation Theology (LGT). But the concept of LGT is inherently biblical.
There will be a last generation of Christians; it is built into the idea of the Second Coming. Jesus returns literally. For whom? For those Christians who live in the last fragment of time. If there is a final atonement cleansing the camp of all sin, there is a final removal of all sin from the people. Then, immediately preceding Jesus' Second Coming is a waymark in time when in His disciples all choices to rebel, all sinning, will have ceased. Their sins will have gone before them to judgment. They live in the sight of a holy God after Jesus' intercession for sin has closed. All are either sealed and on God's side, or marked and on Satan's side. No one will change sides again. All will have seen, understood and intentionally aligned their character to the character of Jesus or of Satan.
Last Generation theology is simply Seventh-day Adventism. It is Christianity carried to its completion. It is following Jesus fully at the end of the age.Read more...
Being Found in Him
Being Found in Him
When you read the Bible from front to back, something should jump right out at you: From Genesis to Revelation, one of the most common spiritual problems, is self-righteousness. And at the last ticking of time, in the last fleeting moments before earth’s midnight arrives, it is no different. Our danger of self-righteousness, may be even greater than other generations, for on us shines the full light of Bible truth. God’s sending us great light is no indication of special favor or goodness in us. We dare not nurture the slightest notion of pride, for pride is deadly.
We also live at the age when the Christian world makes light of God’s law, when obedience itself is viewed as suspect. We live in an age of cheap piety and the casting of charges easily, without a secon...Read more...