What if his return is to destroy all satanic influences and not the people? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details!
Jesus let his followers know he would come back to earth. Is the return of Jesus for the purpose of mayhem and destruction?
“Words mean things” is a simple and powerful truism that certainly applies to our study of God’s word. In our mistranslation podcast series, we have endeavored to establish how much a text of Scripture can be changed by the mistranslation or misunderstanding of a single word.
You’d think that something as straight forward as the English word “love” in the Bible wouldn’t raise mistranslation alarms. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
It was about 2,000 years ago when Jesus walked this earth as a man to fulfill the necessary requirements of justice and give his life as a ransom price for Adam and therefore for all mankind. We see that sacrifice as the pivot point of human history – and it was, but Jesus himself assured us that his work to reconcile this world to God was in fact NOT completed at that time. Jesus said that he would come back to finish what he had started and that there would be certain signs in the world to determine when this would happen. So, can we read the signs of his return?