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Articles Omitted from book

Articles Omitted from book

Eternal Residences

FROM THE TRIBULATION CHAPTER

The fifth trumpet’s bottomless pit is one of several places that hold angels and men. Since these different places and their roles are easily confused, this section concludes by reviewing them. Table 20 shows the various temporary and permanent places listed in the Bible along with whom and what each place holds: people, angels, righteous and wicked.

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Israel's Two Falls

FROM ISRAEL DURING THE CHURCH AGE CHAPTER

Both Old and New Testaments contain numerous examples of God’s promised destruction of Israel. Historically, Israel’s destruction has occurred twice: once to the Assyrians and Babylonians over the course of roughly 125 years and the second under Rome ’s crushing iron legs.

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Israel the Fig Tree

FROM ISRAEL DURING THE CHURCH AGE CHAPTER

A second agricultural depiction of Israel, Hosea’s fig tree (Hosea 9:10), is featured prominently in many prophetic passages. Perhaps its most famous application occurred when seeking relief from hunger, Jesus came upon an unproductive fig tree:

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Israel the Unproductive Vineyard

FROM ISRAEL DURING THE CHURCH AGE CHAPTER

The next two allegorical depictions of Israel draw on agricultural images to illustrate God’s reasonable expectations for His wife to produce regular harvests of spiritual fruits, her actual yields, and God’s attempts to maximize these harvests. Isaiah 5:1-4 shows God attempting to grow premium grapes from His vineyard:

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Israel the Dross

FROM ISRAEL DURING THE CHURCH AGE CHAPTER

Besides calling Israel an unfaithful wife, God calls Israel dross – the worthless leftover impurities from metal refinement. They are not precious metal tainted with impurities (part good and part bad) but they are the impurities (virtually all bad). Ezekiel 22:17-22 shows God’s dross condemnations and judgments:

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Israel the Adulterous Wife

FROM ISRAEL DURING THE CHURCH AGE CHAPTER

Israel’s fall is the direct result of God’s wrath on His unfaithful wife. His accusations against her are harsh and unambiguous as He calls her a whore, worse than a harlot, and an adulterer:

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Church Age Spiritual Impacts

FROM CHURCH AGE CHAPTER

The church age’s onset fundamentally changed the relationship between God and people and between Jews and gentiles. These changes affect the gentiles the most as they had been “, and strangers from the covenants of promise, having no hope, and without God in the world” (Ephesians 2:12 ) but now they became part of God’s household and the holy temple built to the Lord:

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Vision of Jesus

FROM THE CHURCH AGE CHAPTER

With the salutation’s completion, Revelation’s timeline narrative starts in earnest with Jesus’ instructions to John and John’s description of Jesus, which provides foundational material for interpreting Jesus’ church age letters in Revelation chapters 2-3.

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Last Days Wickedness

FROM PROPHECY PRIMER CHAPTER

Israel's national rebirth occurs during perilous times (2 Timothy 3:1). In fact, Jesus compared the world at this time to the days before the flood of Noah (Noe) and the destruction of Sodom in the days of Lot:

 

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