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Mike wrote:
Christ is King indeed, in the heavenlies as you say. Yet we must ask:
Is he now ruling the nations with a rod of iron? Nope, not yet, coming soon.
Has Satan been bound and sealed in a bottomless pit in such a way that the nations are no longer being deceived? Nope, hasn't happened, not even for a day
Ever prayed "Thy Kingdom come" Mike?

This fallen world has a place in God's plan and purpose.

If we were in Christ's kingdom now then we would be perfect and so would the world. The reason we still wait for His kingdom is the number of God's elect is not yet filled. So seek ye first the Kingdom of Christ but don't expect it to be this fallen world.

Satan bound and sealed? Who is the Prince of this world? John 12:31.

The "thousand years" is now simply a figurative use of language.

As I have said before God and Christ do not need a second period of time to make any decisions re the elect. There is NO point to Jesus coming back to quote "rule" for a thousand years.
Eternity is the future and comes immediately after Judgment day on Christ's next appearance.

PreMill rapture and millennial theory is not correct Bible interpretation.


News Item7/9/14 2:48 PM
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Give it your best shot wrote:
There are passages that are clearly allegorical, the thousand year reign clearly is not one of them
Fact. God and Christ do not need another 1000 years to figure out who the elect are and who will live in eternity with God and Christ.

The elect were chosen before the foundation of the world.

probably at the counsel of redemption.


News Item7/9/14 10:12 AM
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Premillennialism, rapture and the thousand year future life with Christ is utter fiction. The added cartoon of floating Christians shows it came from Disneyworld.

Amillennialism Is Biblically accurate.

True Christians like the Reformers were were Amill.


News Item2/15/14 3:21 PM
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pennned wrote:
Kingdom of God has already begun as Christ reigns on His throne today
"This seems to be the conclusion to which the above considerations lead. Just as the vision of Revelation 19 describes the return of Christ, the complete destruction of all of the nations, the last outpouring of God’s wrath at the close of the present period of history, so the vision of Revelation 20 closes with a description of the return of Christ at the close of the millennium, the complete destruction of all the nations, and the last outpouring of God’s wrath at the close of the present period of history. The parallels between these visions — in language, symbolism, use of Old Testament prophecy, and content — is so pervasive and compelling as to yield but one likely explanation: they are describing the same period of history, the same episodes and the same conclusion at the end of the age.

This means that in our study of the vision in Revelation 20 of the millennium, we have every reason to believe that the millennium it describes is now." (The Millennium is Now by Cornelis P. Venema)
http://www.graceonlinelibrary.org/eschatology/revelation-20/revelation-20-part-ii-the-millennium-is-now-by-cornelis-p-venema/


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Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Nope, just have to believe the Bible. See Rev 20:1-7
Those who "believe the Bible" are amillennialist.

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Scriptural Challenges for Premillenialists

If you are a premillennialist, whether dispensational or not, there are several things with which you must reckon:

• You must necessarily believe that physical death will continue to exist beyond the time of Christ's second coming.

• You must necessarily believe that the natural creation will continue, beyond the time of Christ's second coming, to be subjected to the curse imposed by the Fall of man.

• You must necessarily believe that the New Heavens and New Earth will not be introduced until 1,000 years subsequent to the return of Christ.

• You must necessarily believe that unbelieving men and women will still have the opportunity to come to saving faith in Christ for at least 1,000 years subsequent to his return.

• You must necessarily believe that unbelievers will not be finally resurrected until at least 1,000 years subsequent to the return of Christ.

• You must necessarily believe that unbelievers will not be finally judged and cast into eternal punishment until at least 1,000 years subsequent to the return of Christ.
(Sam Storms)

http://thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/tgc/2013/01/09/why-i-changed-my-mind-about-the-millennium/


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Michael Hranek wrote:
No, your word was NOT directly from the Scriptures HOWEVER Scripture speaks of the thousand year reign of Christ
Rev 20
The point being Michael is that the Disney fiction of "floating" Christians and Christ and God having to do the whole thing over again for a thousand years to "confirm" their omniscient foreknowledge???? Can only come from those who don't really know God.

Premillennialism is error and bad interpretation of Scripture.

The Bible teaches Amillenniallism!!!

God and Christ do not need to do the whole thing over again to check out their first predestinated election was accurate.

When Christ returns it will be Judgment Day - the book of life ..... etc

and then New Earth.

"What's a Thousand Years among Friends"
www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=7120617344


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Amillennialism: A Word Direct From The Scriptures

by Tony Warren

"The essential reasons for our holding to what is called the Amillennial position, is that even apart from it being Biblically validated and declaring nothing more than what the scriptures themselves state, is that it is the only consistent exegesis of biblical text. It is the testimony of the faithfulness of the early Church in the teaching of Christ concerning the kingdom. And it is in complete agreement with the testimony of scripture that was handed down by the Apostles. While I make no judgments concerning the Spiritual well being of those who hold to the other millennial views, the truth is, Amillennialism is the only view that is totally supported with scriptures that cannot be denied (some of which I have posted in this essay). It is the only view that consistently gives an understanding of Revelation chapter 20 that is in "total" agreement with all other passages."

http://www.mountainretreatorg.net/eschatology/amillennial.shtml


News Item2/8/14 3:30 PM
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AMILLENNIALISM - The Truth of Scripture.
"It is probably well known that the Reformation did not develop Christian doctrine in the area of eschatology very strongly. In part this was due to the fact that, in general, the Reformers accepted the long-standing, amillennial eschatology of Augustine set forth c. AD 400. And partly this was due to the fact that the various doctrines that belong to eschatology were not all that controversial at the time of the Reformation. An exception to this was the chiliast error (literal millennialism, i.e., thousand-year reign of Christ on earth) that arose again in the church, this time in the Anabaptist camp. The Reformers rejected this, as had Augustine twelve centuries earlier and the church consistently thereafter. Perhaps another controversial area was the Reformers' view of the Antichrist, whom most believed to be the Roman Catholic papacy." (Rev. Charles J. Terpstra)

PreMill floating Christians must be from Disney!!!


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Dopey wrote:
It is the characteristic of the age we live in as we draw nearer to the Rapture, The Great Tribulation, and coming of the Lord Jesus Christ to stop the world wide carnage going on during The Great Trib
Amillennialism

Sermons on SA:~Amillennialism Described and Defended

Whats a Thousand years among friends?


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"The teaching of two "second comings" of Jesus is not Biblical. As the Apostles' Creed simply states, "From thence he shall come to judge the living and the dead." On the mount of Ascension the angels told the disciples that He would come again in the same way they saw Him depart into heaven. Nowhere does the Bible teach two "second comings." The language of 1 Thess. 4:17 does not allow for the "rapture" teaching. The phrase "to meet the Lord" literally means "to meet for the purpose of welcoming back." The Greek phrase "to meet" ( eis apanthsin) is only used on four occasions in the New Testament. In each case it means to go out to meet for the purpose of welcoming. (See, for example, Acts 28:15.)

Conclusion
Premillennial Dispensationalism is a deceptive teaching. Those who promote these views and fill the minds of God's people with this nonsense are perpetrating a hoax."
The Great PreMill HOAX!!


News Item10/11/11 3:12 PM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
The Unscriptural Theology of Amillennialism and Postmillennialism
Poor old Jim;
You're in for a right old shock when the Rapture doesn't happen and you just get plain old judgment.

"Those who defend premillennialism can do so only by disregarding the many passages which teach that the resurrection, final judgment, and delivering up of the kingdom to the Father occur at the end of time. The rise of premillennialism in evangelical churches coincided historically with the rise of unbiblical pietism, Arminianism, dispensationalism and retreatism." (B.Schwertley)


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Dopey wrote:
My friend if you cannot tell the difference between the contexts in which I referred to King David and Scofield then I am sad for you.
Tell you what friend.
You carry on worshipping Scofield and I'll stick to Bible facts.

BTW You really need to find out what "context" really means when using the Bible. And no it is not - this life is the same as that life, therefore God working in them is going to create the exact same result.

May the Lord bring you to receive the truth.
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"Those who defend premillennialism can do so only by disregarding the many passages which teach that the resurrection, final judgment, and delivering up of the kingdom to the Father occur at the end of time. The rise of premillennialism in evangelical churches coincided historically with the rise of unbiblical pietism, Arminianism, dispensationalism and retreatism." (B.Schwertley)


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Dopey wrote:
AMill, did I not point out to Frank that King David was all the things you like to tell us Scofield was? Must I tell it to you to?:
My friend
If you cannot tell the difference between King David and C.I.Scofield - then I am sad for you.

The Lord used David in such a way that none of us today dare compare ourselves with these men of God, recorded in God's Holy Writ.

Do you say for example that the Book of Psalms is the same as Scofields modern conviction about Rapture and millennialism?

I am getting very worried about your discernment between truth and fiction.

Psalm 25:5 Lead me in thy truth, and teach me: for thou art the God of my salvation; on thee do I wait all the day.

Psalm 132:11 The LORD hath sworn in truth unto DAVID; he will not turn from it; Of the fruit of thy body will I set upon thy throne.

Psalm 18:50 Great deliverance giveth he to his king; and sheweth mercy to his anointed, to DAVID, and to his seed for evermore.

Psalm 89:3 I have made a covenant with my chosen, I have sworn unto DAVID my servant"

May God bring you into His Truth.


News Item5/18/11 5:00 PM
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Dopey wrote:
AMill, and everyone else
"The Scofield Reference Bible
Scofield was not only an adulterer but a criminal. However just in case you did not notice he was also a sinner. So his version of Dispy Premill Rapture is really quite dopey - to recoin local phraseology.

Good advice for you - Ditch the criminal and keep the Bible.

May the Lord bring you into all truth.


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Frank Fureter wrote:
The pre-trib rapture of the church is a farse, unbiblical theology promegated by the Roman Catholic church theologians. It is a new theology only about 150 years old. The old creeds of old never taught this heresy. Scofield abandoned his wife and kids; could you trust such a theology coming from such a man? Dispensationalism needs to dumped in the trashcan of secular human ideology.
Excellent post Frank.

These Christians who are convinced of floating Christians and an "eternity" only lasting a thousand years have to pitied.

Nothing in Rev 20 REALLY alludes to the so called thousand year reign. It is Darby and Scofields make it up as you go along - (Floating presumably) - modern doctrine.

Where did all this dispy hypothesis come from the poor misguided Margaret MacDonald and her "visions" and utterances???

Who would build a "doctrine" out of this sad case???
The PreMills did.

The PreMill Deception


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Ruth wrote:
It would seem the vial judgments shall be complete before the millennium
"Amillennialists probably have the most solid case for their interpretation of Revelation 20. Passages such as 2 Thes. 1:6-10, which clearly teach that Christ's coming and eternally judging the wicked, while glorifying the saints, will take place at a time when there is persecution of the Church. Against premillennialism, Christ's coming demands an immediate and final judgment and establishment of the eternal state. Against postmillennialism, his coming will not be after a golden era, but in the midst of the same sort of persecution that the Thessalonian church was even then experiencing. Then, the mention of Satan's binding, in Revelation 20, corresponds well with related New Testament teaching (see Mat. 12:26-29; Luke 10:17-18; John 12:31-33; 16:8-11; Heb. 2:14-15). And it is only reasonable that the highly symbolic, and most likely recapitulatory visions of John's Apocalypse should be interpreted in light of the clearer didactic teachings of the New Testament epistles." (cpr-foundation.org)

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Lurker wrote:
you would have realized that I am neither premill or amill.
Oh alright Lurker I'll let you off just this once.

I noticed you whipped the ref to "postmill" from the post. I was just about to give you a blast about how the "golden age" theory is baloney too.


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Lurker wrote:
which obviously must follow after the temporal "1,000 year reign".
There isn't going to be a "temporal 1000 year reign"

All that God requires to do is being done now thus there is no point of a special period at the conclusion of time as we know it. There is nothing else that God needs to do with man to have an effect on eternity. All that was required was completed on the Cross. Anyway the promise of Scripture is eternity - Not a mere 1000 years.


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ScriptureWritersDispensational wrote:
The Apostle PAUL Was An Estute & Strict DISPENSATIONALIST; As His Very Writings Prove This.
Observe:
How about that.
I didn't know Paul lived till the 19th century.

"Dispensationalism is a Protestant evangelical tradition based on a biblical hermeneutic that sees a series of chronologically successive "dispensations" or periods in history in which God relates to human beings in different ways under different Biblical covenants. As a system, dispensationalism is rooted in the writings of John Nelson Darby (1800–1882) and the Brethren Movement."

Mazin what you's learns around here bro.

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