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- We’re MOVING! (but just around the block)
- It is Finished
- The Stage is Not Yet Set: Critical Distinctions
- The Mystery of the Kingdom (& John the Baptist)
- The First Resurrection
- The Downfall of the Devil is in the Details of Daniel [VIDEO]
- Why the Jew?
- Critique of the Prewrath Position (by Brock Hollett) [VIDEO]
- Netanyahu’s whirlwind visit – a sign of urgency
- Who Is the True Jew?
- Reggie Kelly at CBETS [VIDEO]
- The Antichrist, the Millennium and the Kingdom
- The Plumbline of Simplicity [VIDEO]
- How will we know when the final week has begun?
- Lest We “Jump the Gun”
- How Close Are We? (Hosea 5:14 – 6:2)
- The Flight of the Jews
- Questions on Revelation 3:10
- Simple Layman
- Tribute to Philip Haney
- Contrasting Views on Israel and the Church
- The Battle of the Veil [VIDEO]
- The Mystery of Iniquity [VIDEO]
- The Blind Servant
- Millennial Safety
- Further Thoughts on Divine Right to the Land
Category Archives: The New Hidden in the Old
[…] The approach builds around the well known story of Joseph, as type and parable of both comings of Christ to Israel. The idea is to begin with a couple of key portions of Old Testament prophecy in order to establish a simple outline of the prophetic future, particularly as it pertains to the relationship of Christ’s two comings to Israel. This will provide a convenient frame of reference that can enable and equip any believer to make the case for the mystery of the gospel in the Old Testament, particularly in its relationship to Israel and the events that conclude the age.
To introduce the subject matter, I sometimes begin with people’s universal familiarity with the story of Bethlehem as an opportunity to show them the amazing prophecy in Mic 5:2, pointing out its great antiquity (8th century contemporary of Isaiah). I then call their attention to an even less known feature of that prophecy in the next verse. “Therefore shall He (Yahweh) ‘give them up’ UNTIL the time that she who travails has brought forth; then shall the remnant of His brethren return to the children of Israel (Mic 5:3). It is the age long “giving up” of Israel, but we want to identify the cause of this abandonment as something more ultimately provoking of divine displeasure than covenant failure in general. […] Continue reading