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As things spiral out of control in our world, we may ask ourselves, “Will it ever get better?” In this Sunday morning message, Pastor Greg Laurie gives us good news and helps us look forward to the time when God rights all wrongs: the Millennium. Listen in for a word from Revelation 20, the latest in our series, Revelation: A Book of Promises.
- Things are bad because Satan is allowed to have his way.
- Things are bad because God is not completely having His way yet.
Jesus Christ is going to take this planet back to its Eden-like state.
One day Heaven and Earth will become one.
God is not going to abandon His creation; He’s going to restore it!
God’s perfect plan is to “bring all things in Heaven and on Earth together under Christ.”
God will make Earth into Heaven and Heaven into Earth.
The name Devil means, “Accuser.”
The serpent speaks of his deceptive ways.
In the Millennium:
- There will finally be world peace.
- There will be joy and happiness and no more disabilities!
- People will live long lives.
- The animal kingdom will be subdued.
- There will be universal justice and righteousness.
- The curse that came upon the world because of sin will be lifted.
Who will be at the Great White Throne Judgment?
- Out and out sinners
- Self-righteous people
- Unsaved church members
“The Books were opened” (Revelation 20:12).
One of these books will surely be the Book of God’s Law.
Perhaps another book is a record of everything we have said or done.
Perhaps another book will show how we fail to live up to our own standards.
Another book might have a record of all the times we’ve heard the gospel and rejected it.
One day every person on Earth will meet Jesus Christ; and if you don’t meet Jesus as Savior, you will meet Him as Judge.
- Revelation 12:12
- Isaiah 2:4
- Isaiah 35:5–6
- Isaiah 65:20
- Isaiah 11:6
- Psalm 72:2
- Romans 8:19–21
- John 3:18
- Ecclesiastes 12:14
- Matthew 12:36
- Romans 2:14–16
- Philippians 2:10–11
Learn more about Greg Laurie and Harvest Ministries at harvest.org.
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