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    • March 10, 2019
    • The Last Enemy
    • Ty Thomas
    • The Christian debate regarding when Jesus will come again (The second coming) will probably continue until He comes. There are those who believe He will come before the 1000 years (Millennium) during which Satan will be bound, followed by the final judgment, and yet others who believe He will come after the 1000 years. The only thing for certain is that He is coming. After the 1000 years, Satan will be released and he immediately starts stirring up the nations to make war against Christians and God’s servants. God will fight this battle and He will be victorious.

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    • March 17, 2019
    • The Grand Finale
    • Josué Villatoro
    • We have seen the marriage of the Lamb coming for a while now, we know who the Lamb is, but who is the bride. All true believers, Christians will be His bride, what a celebration that will be. The previous 20 chapters of Revelation have been a picture of suffering and chaos, of the Antichrist, Satan and the millennium, today we see God’s planned end-game coming into focus. John describes the Holy City, the new Jerusalem descending as a present for His bride. There will be no churches, synagogues, or temples. Why? Because God and Jesus will be the Temple, and we'll see Them face to face.

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    • March 24, 2019
    • What's Coming?
    • Dan Schoepf
    • You would think that the gospels are enough evidence of Jesus being the Son of God and His promise to return, so why did Jesus have John write down what was revealed to him in the book of Revelation? The gospels mostly record Jesus' life while here on earth during His first coming, while the book of Revelation foretells of future events. Trying to fit a timeline to the events in Revelation is difficult and there are many scholars who disagree upon the sequence. The chart presented in today’s sermon attempts to show one interpretation of the sequence of these.

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    • March 31, 2019
    • Maranatha
    • Dan Schoepf
    • Maranatha means "Come Lord Jesus" and the good news is that He's coming soon, that's a certainty. How do we know,? Because Jesus said so. The uncertainty comes when we try to figure out the "When?" No one on earth knows, although some have tried to figure it out to their public embarrassment and ridicule. God's timescale is not revealed to us so "soon" could be tonight or 100 years from now but it is closer than ever before. No other event has to happen before Jesus comes again so be ready. Are you ready to meet Jesus? If you're unsure contact one of the pastors, don't wait.