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Postmillennialism | Jesus Wins THROUGH His Church!

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Scripture: Psalm 59
Topics: Doctrine of Eschatology, Faith & Hope, Spiritual Warfare, Contributor: Right Response Staff

All Christians believe Jesus will ultimately prove to be victorious. The difference is merely a matter of how Christ will bring about his victory. Will Jesus win Despite the church (premillennialism)? Or will Jesus win THROUGH his church (postmillennialism)? *Don’t mind the sweat. Pastor Joel’s air conditioning went out, and he was preaching up a storm.

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Postmillennialism | Jesus Wins THROUGH His Church!

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Scripture: Psalm 59
Topics: Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of Eschatology, Faith & Hope, Spiritual Warfare, Faith & Hope, Spiritual Warfare, Contributor: Right Response Staff

All Christians believe Jesus will ultimately prove to be victorious. The difference is merely a matter of how Christ will bring about his victory. Will Jesus win Despite the church (premillennialism)? Or will Jesus win THROUGH his church (postmillennialism)? *Don’t mind the sweat. Pastor Joel’s air conditioning went out, and he was preaching up a storm.

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Every Good And Perfect Gift

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Scripture: Psalm 67
Topics: Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of Eschatology, Faith & Hope, Spiritual Warfare, Faith & Hope, Spiritual Warfare, Justice, Spiritual Warfare, Contributor: Joel Webbon

God is the “savior of all people” in the sense of physical preservation, but God is only the savior of “those who believe” in the spiritual and eternal sense (1 Timothy 4:10). God is the “common grace savior” of all, and God is the “special grace savior” of some (the elect). In other words, God cannot bless anyone apart from …

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Pastors Who Shut Down Their Churches

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Scripture: Psalm 63
Topics: Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of Eschatology, Faith & Hope, Spiritual Warfare, Faith & Hope, Spiritual Warfare, Justice, Spiritual Warfare, Justice, Spiritual Warfare, Contributor: Joel Webbon

For the past 18 months, Christians (and especially pastors) have been presented with a simple choice: Either forsake the gathering to minimize the physical threat of death to our bodies, or continue to gather to minimize the spiritual threat of damnation to our souls. Some overly zealous Calvinists might object at this point by insisting that God is sovereign over …