Premillennial Prophecy Clarifications

‘After These Things’ Chapter2.1 – Premillennial Prophecy Clarifications

From our book ‘After These Things – Summaries of John Nelson Darby’s Papers on Prophecy – and more…’ Compiled by Daniel Roberts. For more about this book click on the picture or CLICK HERE

 

This part, entirely written by the author, is consistent with the teaching of     J N Darby as to the events to come, but are designed to give

  1. An overview of prophetic events
  2. An explanation of happenings of similar character (comings, judgments etc) which Christians often confuse.

SECTION 2 – J N DARBY’s PROPHETIC TEACHING

2.1 Introduction

2.2 The Dispensations

2.3  The Rapture and the Appearing

2.4  Three Judgments

2.5 Israel and the Church – Christ’s Heavenly and Earthly Brides 54

 

 

We look at the dispensations, how God has dealt with men at various times.  Darby’s dispensational teaching had a profound effect, especially in evangelical circles

Next, we have the difference between the Rapture – the event immediately before us, which I trust every reader of this book eagerly awaits, and the appearing when He comes with His saints to reign in His millennial kingdom.

We now look at three judgments – a frequent cause of difficulty:

  1. The judgment seat of Christ – when we get the Lord’s view of our lives (I hope we can all include ourselves in this).
  2. The judgment of the nations (or the judgment of the living) – those people on the earth when He comes to reign.
  3. The final judgment of evil – and all who have rejected Jesus – the Great White Throne.

Finally, we look at what applies to Israel and what applies to the Church.

 

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Author: Sosthenes

Once the ruler of the synagogue at Corinth Then a co-writer of a letter by Paul - just a brother - no longer an official Now a blogger seeking to serve the Lord by posting some words that the Lord has given His Church.

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