Describing the Indescribable

Rosy Talarzyk
1 Corinthians 2:16

The book of Revelation talks about many indescribable events that are supernaturally empowered. It describes a cosmic war and suffering on a scale never before seen. Yet, it is a book of profound hope. Jesus overcomes the world. We, as His followers, are also overcomers and receive amazing rewards. In God's mercy, everyone is given an invitation to join Him in overcoming. May everyone "Who has an ear, let him hear" this invitation and accept it.

God's Kingdom

Mike Sullivan
Ezekiel 39:9-48:35

Ezekiel has a vision that lays out the blueprints for the new temple in the Millennial Kingdom. Despite the vast amount of misinformation that has been spread concerning the End Times, we should not shy away from the topic but instead look to the Bible to decipher what is true.


Mike Sullivan
Ezekiel 38:1-23

Examining Ezekiel's prophecies about Israel and the end times, we see that some of these prophecies have already been fulfilled. These fulfilled prophecies give us reassurance that we can trust in God's words.

How to Live in Light of Christ's Return

Patrice McCormac
1 Thessalonians 5:1-11

Paul comforts the Thessalonians by reminding them of what he told them regarding the Day of the Lord. Knowing that this life of trials and pain is not all there is, can impact how Christians live in this world. We can live with hope and alertness, looking for opportunities to love and encourage one another and not succumb to despair.

Life After Life:Evidence for the Resurrection

Lee Campbell
1 Thessalonians 4:13-18

Christianity is like no other religious system. Christians have compelling evidence for the literal resurrection of Jesus which means we, too, will be resurrected in due time. We can share this knowledge to comfort and encourage other grieving Christians.

The Rise of the Antichrist and the End of the World

Scott Risley
2 Thessalonians 2:1-12

Paul follows up a previous letter to a relatively new Christian community in Thessalonica that had been upset by some false information spread about the antichrist and the end of the world. Paul reminds them of what he had taught them earlier about all the signs to look for of the end of the age and reassures them they had not missed the rapture.

Dispelling Confusion About the Day of the Lord

Conrad Hilario
2 Thessalonians 2:1-8

Paul writes to the Thessalonians to correct false teachers who had frightened them into thinking they had missed the gathering of God's followers which will happen in the Day of the Lord. Several significant events must happen before the Day of the Lord. Paul shares these details to comfort and give hope to those suffering as they await this Day.

Mysterious Events at the End

Dennis McCallum
2 Thessalonians 2:1-12

In this passage, the Day of the Lord is discussed as well as mysterious events that happen as the End Times unfold. Things yet to happen are the beast appears, the temple is rebuilt, the restrainer is taken away as the deluding influence arrives, lawlessness and anarchy will increase, and people's love will grow cold.

Living with Hope

Scott Risley
1 Thessalonians 4:9-5:11

In God's plan for humanity, we were never meant to experience death, but since Adam and Eve sinned, we all have or will experience the evil of death. But Christians do not need to fear death as Scripture is clear, when we die, we go immediately to be with Jesus. Jesus promises to someday come back to earth to gather together those who have put their faith in Him, and take us to heaven, whether we have already died or are still alive on earth. Then the Tribulation period will begin.