Sweet Sunday Sermon – BIBLE SURVEY

Submitted by Dr. GP

Intro

2 Timothy 2:2  clearly teaches ………..

And the things that you have heard from me among many witnesses, commit these to faithful men who will be able to teach others also.

The New International Version puts 2 Timothy 2:2 this way …..

And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable men who will also be qualified to teach others.

I hope you noticed the words

  • 1- Me
  • 2- You
  • 3-“Faithful men” or “Reliable men”
  • 4- who shall be able to teach others also
  • or

who will also be qualified to teach others

This verse encapsulates to me what TEACHING & LEARNING is all about!

Note that there are  four learners/ teachers in this verse!

1- ME

Paul must have been a great learner. He had imbibed the teaching in his home, synagogue, and at the “feet of Gamaliel,” And  he became a MASTER TEACHER! He went from being a great learner to become a MASTER TEACHER!

2- YOU

Paul, the MASTER TEACHER was now teaching Timothy!

Timothy is a good picture of us!

We were taught by some person(s) well enough that we could become teachers; and even perhaps MASTER TEACHERS.

3- Faithful men” or “Reliable men”

Now we have been entrusted in teaching faithful or reliable persons or subject or profession or craft……….

Now we have been entrusted in teaching faithful or reliable persons something that we have learned well, do well or that we are very excited about!

4- 0THERS ALSO

But we have probably not really taught properly, unless the ones we have taught are able to………. teach others also  or will also be qualified to teach others.This has always  been my aim when ever I teach. I have always wanted my pupils or students to BE ABLE TO TEACH OTHERS ALSO! To me that is the purpose of every teacher!

Having said all the above, I invite you to listen/watch my best Bible student present a Bible Survey recorded into video format.

Click on …..http://joelbrooksonline.com/bible-survey/

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  • GP, hopefully the dead white man on the cross that you worship will come in time to save the world from this bioweapon created by the albino 😈 .

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  • Paul must have been a great listener a component of being a great teacher
    Great teachers dont pontificate soley on a view of self righteousness
    They expound on things that they have seen heard and most importantly listened with appreciation and attention
    Many of Pauls writings can be attributed to things which he had seen and heard and listened then having the ability to delivered these messages in his letters with an ever presence of passionate zeal and compassion for the church
    Neeedles to say the latter of which u do not have GP

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  • Piece the Legend

    @ Dr. GP

    I have an admission to make, de ole man is be teifing some of your messages

    One thing that I am resigned to is the fact that there are people who simply WILL NOT ever believe in God.

    For them one can only pray confident that “there are those of other flocks that are also His”

    Barring those who sin against the Holy Ghost!

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  • re I have an admission to make, de ole man is be teifing some of your messages

    PIECE
    YOU ARE MOST WELCOMED TO DO SO
    IF YOU ARE BLESSED THEREBY AND CAN SHARE THEM WITH OTHERS AND USE THEM TO BE A BLESSING TO OTHERS PLEASE DO SO

    I AM VERY HAPPY ABOUT JOEL’S VIDEO PRODUCTION OF HIS BIBLE SURVEY

    CLICK http://joelbrooksonline.com/bible-survey/
    AND THEN CLICK BIBLE SURVEY AND SCROLL AND PLAY EACH OF THE SHORT VIDEOS

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  • ABOUT 22 YEARS AGO I HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO TEACH A NUMBER OF TEENAGERS ABOUT THE NEED FOR A BIBLE SURVEY. JOEL WAS PART OF THAT GROUP,

    I taught them that it is very important for all Bible students to have some system which they employ to work their way through the Bible.

    In those sessions I gave them a handout that incorporated the divisions of the Bible below, which I have used for almost 25 years, taken from Ray Baugham’s Bible History Visualized, Moody Press 1963, Joel apparently developed his videos using this classification. I am very proud of his effort

    • CREATION.
    • CONSCIENCE.
    • CAPTAIN NOAH.
    • CONFUSION OF TONGUES.
    • CALL OF ABRAM.
    • CARRYING BURDENS.
    • CAMP.
    • CONQUEST.
    • CROWN.
    • CAPTIVITY.
    • CONSTRUCTION.
    • CROSS.
    • CHURCH.
    • COMING OF CHRIST.
    • CONDEMNATION.
    • CONSUMATION.

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  • The biggest problem with the church of christianity is they want full control and monopoly of the various practices of spirituality and ban practices such as mediation and yoga or women referring to themselves as goddesses etc

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  • THIS IS A NOTE FROM A CORRESPONDENT IN CENTRAL FLORIDA ON JOEL’S BIBLE SURVEY

    Hi

    I watched 6 or 7 of Joel’s videos, and thought he did an excellent job. He talked so distinctly, I could understand everything.

    I was wondering if it would be a good idea to fly him over to speak to our chapel once the virus epidemic has passed. How much is airfare round trip? And would his current employment allow him the flexibility to do that?

    I look forward to hearing your answer to these questions.
    Let’s explore the possibility.

    You have every reason to thank the Lord for such a sterling student Are your other students as well versed in scripture and grounded in their belief?

    Warm fraternal regards,

    Dan

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  • The notes, which I have fortunately now found, and which were used to teach Joel and his friends in 1998, and which formed the basis of his well produced videos, were prepared and taught in 1985 at a training course for would be Bible teachers in a local church in Barbados.

    I hope that readers of this column can use them to great use in their Bible teaching.

    THE METHOD of SYNTHESIS or SURVEY
    The method of SYNTHESIS or SURVEY, which was popularized by James M, Gray, a former President of Moody Bible Institute, is the method of the telescope – of seeing the Bible as a. whole.

    Have you ever climbed a very high mountain and upon arriving at the summit were thrilled with the breath – taking view? While traveling through the valleys you had seen the details – the trees, the flowers, the streams and the stones. But from the mountain top you had a panoramic view of the vast expanses of God’s wonderful nature. Similarly, the method of Surveying the Bible is planned to give you such a panoramic view of the inspired Word of God, the Holy Bible. From this viewpoint you will see it as a cohesive whole, instead of as a series of unrelated stories or details .

    The Bible is the story of what God is doing in history. Like every good story, it has a beginning and an ending. It starts with the CREATION. Then, conflict is introduced with the workings of Satan and the fall of man introducing the dilemma.
    The rest of the story is the solving of that grand dilemma by God and the final triumph of his purpose at the second coming of Christ. All the events in-between fit into that story and contribute to the unfolding of the “plot”. The Bible has one main theme — REDEMPTION — and many sub-themes which run through the entire book. Redemption is hinted at in the beginning – Gen.3:15 and developed as the main subject, coming to a climax with the second advent of Christ. The sub themes, interwoven into the narrative and all dependant upon the main theme redemption, are defined and illustrated in the events of the Bible.

    Most people cannot think their way through the Bible. They may know the Bible characters and many of the main events and stories, but they are hopelessly lost when they are called upon to
    connect the stories in order. The purpose of this chapter is to serve as a “glue” to help you assemble the knowledge that you already have and to help you see the unfolding story of the redemption of man and remember it. Do not try to read the whole Bible through as you study
    these outlines, because you will only get “bogged down” and miss the overall picture. Instead study the outlines through several times, reading the portions assigned.
    Having done this, start reading the Bible through using Dr. Gray’s Christian Workers Commentary on the Whole Bible, or similar simple commentary on the whole Bible to guide you.
    Outlined in the next eight pages of this manual is a very simple method to help us remember Bible History; it is through the use of sixteen (16) words which all begin with the letter C, and which describe sixteen important events or periods in Bible history. Learn them well since they will serve as nails on which to hang other events and characters.
    First, learn the C – titles, for they are the backbone of all your study – don’t neglect them,
    After you Know the C – titles, read the story of the first period, CREATION, and study and learn the sub topics and key facts.

    After you have done this go on to the next C – title, CONSCIENCE and study it as you did Creation.
    Work your way through all the C – titles in this way. Keep reviewing so that you won’t forget what you have stidied. Don’t forget to preserve the results of your own study by making notes as you read. Soon you should be able to sit down and in your own words tell someone the Bible story from Creation to Consumation.

    When you have mastered the information in these outlines, put the “meat” on these “bones”, by reading the Bible right through using the following rules suggested by Dr. Gray.
    1. Begin where God began with the book of Genesis,
    2. READ the Book (do not study it in the usual sense).
    3. READ the Book continuously at a single sitting without noticing chapter or verse.
    4. READ it repeatedly,
    5. READ it independently without commentaries.
    6. READ it prayerfully.

    The suggestions in this chapter are an overview of but one systematic method of Bible Studv. What is important is that you adopt some systematic method. Whereas the haphazard reading of a few verses of Scripture is better than nothing, it is not real Bible Study. It is simply nibbling at the truth and does not tend to build up strong Christians.
    Let us initially study the Bible as a scout on surveillance, who seeks to obtain a thorough and experimental knowledge of a new country. Let us go over its vast fields of truth; descend into its valleys, climb its mountains of vision; follow its streams of inspiration, enter its halls of instructions and visit its wonndrous portrait galleries.
    In the chapters to follow we will discuss how to dwell and dig up nuggets from these same valleys, mountains, and streams.
    BIBLIOGRAPHY
    * BIBLE HISTORY VISUALISED – Ray E, Baugham
    * WHAT THE BIBLE IS ALL ABOUT – Henrietta C. Hears
    * BIRD’S EYE BIBLE STUDY – Alexander Patterson
    * CHRISTIAN WORKERS COMMENTARY ON THE WHOLE BIBLE (590 pages)- James . Gray

    CREATION
    • ORIGINAL CREATION
    • SEVEN DAYS
    • PROBATION OF MAN
    Key Facts
    Bible references for this period: Genesis 1,2
    Reading assignment Genesis 1, 2; Psalms 33. 104.
    Time covered Unknown.
    Covenants Edenic Covenant given, Genesis 1:28-30; 2:15-17.
    Dispensation Dispensation of Innocence begins Genesis 1:26.
    Main Characters God, Adam, Eve
    Main Events
    1. Original creation
    2. Chaotic condition of earth
    3 God’s six days of work and Sabbath
    4. Man given dominion over the earth
    5. Man given a wife, marriage instituted
    6. Man placed on probation

    CONSCIENCE
    • TEMPTATION BY SATAN
    • SIN OF ADAM AND EVE
    • EXPULSION FROM THE GARDEN
    Key Facts
    Bible references for this period: Genesis 3
    Reading assignment Genesis 3; Luke 4:1-13
    Time covered Unknown, probably short.
    Covenants Adamic Covenant given, Genesis 3:15-19.
    Dispensation Dispensation of Innocence ends with the fall – Genesis 3:6.
    Dispensation of Conscience begins
    Main Characters Adam, Eve Serpent
    Main Events
    1. Temptation
    2. Fall
    3 Fig-leaf Aprons
    4 First promise of a Savior and the Curse
    5 Coats of Skins
    6 Expulsion from the Garden

    CAPTAIN NOAH
    • PEOPLE BECOME VERY WICKED
    • GOD ORDERS THE ARK BUILT
    • THE FLOOD COMES
    Key Facts
    Bible references for this period: Genesis 4-8
    Reading assignment Genesis 4-8
    Time covered At least 1500 years, perhaps twice that.
    Covenants Adamic Covenant.
    Dispensation Dispensation of Conscience ends with the judgement of the flood.
    Main Characters Adam, Eve, Cain, Abel, Seth, Enoch, Noah
    Main Events
    1- Offerings of Cain and Abel 2- Abel’s death 3- Seth’s birth–4- Enoch’s translation
    5-Mixing of the godly and ungodly lines 6- God’s warning 7 Noah’s ark 8- The flood
    CONFUSION OF TONGUES
    • LEAVING THE ARK
    • BUILDING THE TOWER OF BABEL
    • JUDGEMENT AND SCATTERING OF PEOPLE
    Key Facts
    Bible references for this period: Genesis 8:20-11:9
    Reading assignment Genesis 8:20-11:9
    Time covered Unknown. At least several hundred years
    Covenants Noahic Covenant given, Genesis 9.
    Dispensation Dispensation of Human Government begins Genesis 9.
    Main Characters Noah, Ham. Shem, Japheh, Canaan, Nimrod
    Main Events
    1- Leaving the ark 2- Noahic Covenant, the rainbow 3- Building the tower of Babel
    4-Confusion of tongues 5- Scattering abroad of people 6- Beginning of the nations

    CALL OF ABRAM
    • CALL OE ABRAM AND COVENANT
    • ISAAC, SON OF PROMISE
    • JACOB AND HIS TWELVE SONS
    • JOSEPH, THE DELIVERER
    Key Facts
    Bible references for this period: Genesis 11:31—50:26.
    Reading assignment Hebrews 11:8-22, Genesis 12, 15, 18, 22. 27, 28, 37, 41, 45, 50
    Time covered About 400 years, 2000-1600 B.C.
    Covenants Covenant with Abraham confirmed with Isaac, Jacob, Genesis 12:1-4; 15:1-7;
    17:1-8; 26:2-5, 28:13-15.
    Dispensation .Dispensation of Promise begins with Abram’s call.
    Main Characters Abrabam ,Sara, Lot, Hagar, Ishmael, Isaac, Rebekah, Esau, Jacob, Laban, Esau, Leah, Rachel, Jacob’s sons, Joseph, Potiphar, Pharaoh, Joseph’s two sons Main Events
    1.Call to Abram in Ur, 2.Journey to Haran, then Canaan 3. Sodom destroyed 4. Isaac’s birth 5.Isaac marries Rebekah 6.Jacob and Esau born 7.Birthright sold, blessing stolen 8. Jacob’s flight, vision, vow 9. Jacob marries, twelve sons 10. Joseph sold into slavery, imprisoned 11. Joseph interprets Pharaoh’s dream 12 Joseph made second ruler in Egypt
    13. Jacob and Joseph die in Egypt

    CARRYING BURDENS
    • OPPRESSION AND SLAVERY
    • MOSES – BIRTH, EDUCATION, FLIGHT
    • TEN PLAGUES – PASSOVER
    • EXODUS -THROUGH THE RED SEA
    Key Facts
    Bible references for this period: Exodus 1-15, Psalm 105.
    Reading assignment Exodus 1-4; 11, 12, 14, 15.
    Time covered About 150 years. The exodus begins in 1440 B.C.
    Covenants Still under the Abrahamic Covenant.
    Dispensation .Still under Promise.
    Main Characters Pharaoh, Pharaoh’s daughter, Moses, Aaron
    Main Events
    1. Oppression of Israel 2. Moses’ rescue and education 3. Moses’ flight
    4. Moses, a shepherd in Midian 5. Burning bush 6. Return to Egypt 7. Ten plagues
    8. Passover 9. Pillar of cloud and fire 10. Crossing the Red Sea 11. Drowning of the Egyptian army

    CAMP
    • LAW GIVEN
    • TABERNACLE, FEASTS, PRIESTHOOD, OFFERINGS
    • WILDERNESS WANDERINGS
    Key Facts Exodus
    Bible references for this period: Exodus 16-40
    Reading assignment Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy.
    Time covered : About 40 years, 1440-1020 BC:
    Covenants Mosaic Covenant with Israel, Exodus 20:1-31:18. Palestinian Covenant with Israel, Deut. 29:1; 30:1-10.
    Dispensation .Dispensation of Law begins at Mount Sinai.
    Main Characters Moses, Aaron, Joshua, Caleb, Miriam, Korah,Balaam
    Main Events
    1. Murmuring for water 2. Manna given 3. Mount Sinai, Law given 4. Mutiny, worship of golden calf 5. Make tabernacle 6. Majority report of spies received 7. Made to wander thirty-eight more years 8. Moses’ farewell and death

    CONQUEST
    • JOSHUA-CONQUEST AND DIVISION OF LAND
    • JUDGES – THE SIX OPPRESSIONS
    • SAMUEL -THE LAST OF THE JUDGES
    Key Facts
    Bible references for this period: Joshua, Judges, Ruth, I Samuel 1-8
    Reading assignment Joshua 1, 3, 6, 10, 24; Judges 2, 7, 15, 16; I Sam. 8.
    Time covered About -100 years. 1 400-1020 B.C.
    Covenants Still under Mosaic- and Palestinian Covenants
    Dispensation .Law
    Main Characters Joshua, Caleb, Rahab, Deborah and Barak, Gideon, Samson, Samuel, Abimelech (usurping king), Ruth, Boaz
    Main Events
    1. Rahab and the spies 2. Crossing the Jordan 3. Capture of Jericho
    4. Defeat at Ai 5. Battle at Gibeon (sun stands still) 6. Battle at Merom
    7. Six oppressions by the enemies of Israel

    CROWN
    • KINGDOM UNDER SAUL, DAVID, AND SOLOMON
    • KINGDOM DIVIDED – ISRAEL, JUDAH
    • SINGLE KINGDOM – JUDAH
    Key Facts
    Bible references for this period:
    Historical books -I Samuel 9-31; II Samuel; I Kings; II Kings 1 Chronicles 9-29, 11 Chronicles.
    Poetical books -Many Psalms; Proverbs; Ecclesiastes; Song of Solomon.
    Prophets of Israel -Amos; Hosea; Jonah (to Nineveh).
    Prophets of Judah -Joel; Isaiah; Zephaniah; Habakkuk; Obadiah; Jeremiah; Nahum to Nineveh).
    Reading assignment I Sam. 12, 13, 17; II Sam. 5. 7. 1 Kings 6, 8, 12, 18; II Kings 17, 18, 24,25.
    Time covered About 400 years (1020 to 606 BC)
    Covenants Covenant with David, II Sam. 7:4-16, New Covenant, Jer. 31:31-33.
    Dispensation . Law
    Main Characters Prophets: Samuel, Elijah, Hosea, Isaiah Jeremiah
    Kings: Saul (1051-1011 B.C., David ,Solomon, Rehoboam
    Jeroboam, Ahab, Hezekiah
    Main events:
    1. Saul chosen 2. Goliath killed 3. Temple built 4. Kingdom divided 5. Golden calves set up by Jerobaom, 6. Elijah challenges Baal 7.Athaliah tries to destroy the royal seed
    8. Israel falls captive to Assyria 9. Reformation under Hezekiah 10. Judah falls captive to Babylon

    CAPTIVITY
    • ISRAEL – BY ASSYRIA
    • JUDAH – BY BABYLON
    KEY FACTS
    Bible references for this period: II Kings 17, 24, 25; II Chronicles 36:11-23; Ezekiel; Daniel; Jeremiah 40-52; Lamentations; Obadiah.
    Reading assignment: Review Psalms 137, 100; II Kings 17; Daniel 1, 2, 3, 5, 6.
    Time covered: Israel: 722 B.C. to-; Judah: 606 B.C. to 5.38 B.C.
    Covenants New Covenant mentioned again in Ezek. 37:26.
    Dispensation: Law
    Main characters:
    PROPHETS Daniel Jeremiah Obadiah Ezekiel
    KINGS Sargon (Assyria) Nebuchadnezzar Belshazzar Cyrus Darius
    Main events:
    1. D – eportation to Assyria and Babylon
    2. A -rrival in Babylon (conditions)
    3. N – ebuchadnezzar’s dream
    4 I – nto fiery furnace , Daniel and Ezekiel’s vision-
    5. E -nd of Babylon – handwriting on wall
    6. L- ions’ den

    CONSTRUCTION
    • RETURN UNDER ZERUBBABEL — TEMPLE REBUILT
    • RETURN UNDER EZRA – REFORMATION
    • RETURN OF NEHEMIAH-WALL RESTORED
    • CLOSE OF OLD TESTAMENT – 400 YEARS OF SILENCE
    KEY FACTS
    Bible references for this period: Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, Haggai, Zcchariah, Malachi
    Reading assignment: Ezra 1, 3, 5, 6, 9; Nehemiah 1, 2, 6, 13; Malachi 3, 4.
    Time covered: 538 to 5 B.C.
    Covenants: No new ones
    Dispensation: Law
    Main characters: Cyrus, Zechariah, Mordecai, Zerubbabel, Ahasuerus (Xerxes) Haman, Nehemiah, Darius, Esther, Ezra, Malachi, Haggai
    Main events:
    1. EXILE ENDED, permission to return given, temple begun.
    2. EXORTERS SENT, two prophets, temple finished.
    3. ESTHER, Queen of Persia, feast of Purim.
    4. EZRA RETURNS, reformation.
    5. ERECTING THE WALLS, under Nchemiah’s leadership.
    6. END OF OLD TESTAMENT, the prophet Malachi.
    END OF OLD TESTAMENT

    CROSS
    • GOD IN THE FLESH – BIRTH OF JESUS .
    • GALILEE TO JERUSALEM – HIS MINISTRY
    • GOLGOTHA – HIS CRUCIFIXION
    • GRAVE IS EMPTY – HIS RESURRECTION
    • GONE INTO HEAVEN – HIS ASCENSION
    KEY FACTS
    Bible references for this period: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts 1
    Reading assignment: Luke 1-3; John 1-3; Mark; Luke 24; Acts 1.
    Time covered: 5 B.C. to about A.D. 30.
    Covenants: New Covenant-Mark 14:21; Ileh. 8:6, 10-13; 10:16.
    Dispensation: Dispensation of Law ends-Gal. 3:13, 19, 24, 25; Col. 2:14.
    Main characters: Jesus Christ, Mary , Joseph, Angel Gabriel, John the Baptist
    Satan, Nicodemus, Mary, Martha, Lazarus , Mary Magdalene, Peter, James, ohn, ndrew
    Matthew, Herod the Great, Pilate, Herod Antipas
    Main events:
    1. Birth at Bethlehem 2. Flight into Egypt 3. Boyhood, at Nazareth 4 Baptism
    5 Temptation 6. Chosing of 12 disciples 7. Sermon on Mount, 8.Transfiguration
    9.Raising of Lazarus 10. Triumphal Entry 11. Olivet Discourse 12. The last Passover
    13. Betrayal, 14.Arrest 15. Trial 16.Crucifixion 17.Burial 18. Resurrection 19 Ascension

    CHURCH
    • AT JERUSALEM, JUDEA
    • SAMARIA
    • TO THE UTTERMOST PART (ACTS 1:8)
    KEY FACTS
    Bible references for this period: Acts through Revelation 3.
    Reading assignment: Acts 1, 2, 7, 9, 13, 15, 27, Galaians; II Corinthians 11:22-33; II Timothy 3. Jude, Revelation 1-3.
    Time covered A.D. 30 until Christ comes for His Church.
    Covenants-: No new covenants; perhaps a partial fulfillment of the New Covenant with the Church.
    Dispensation Dispensation ol the Church (sometimes called Dispensation of Grace)
    Main Characters Peter, Stephen, Philip, Paul (Saul),Barnahas, Silas, James. Mark, Timothy, Titus, Luke
    Main Events
    CHURCII
    HolySpirit at Pentecost, birth of Church
    In Jerusalem and Judea witnessing
    Samaria evangelized
    To the uttermost part
    Official State Church (Dark Ages)
    Reformation, revival of missions
    Yawning Church, asleep, cold

    COMING OF CHRIST
    • COMING FOR HIS CHURCH
    • GREAT TRIBULATION ON THE EARTH
    • COMING TO ESTABLISH HIS KINGDOM
    KEY FACTS
    Bible references for this period:1 Corinthians15, I Thessalonans 4, 5, Malihew 24, 25; Luke 21; Mark 13, Revelation, and many more.
    Reading assignment period:1 Corinthians15, I Thessalonans 4, 5, Malihew 24, 25
    Time covered seven years
    Covenants No new ones.
    Dispensation . Church age ends
    Main Characters Jesus Christ, Church, Antichrist, False prophet, Satan, 144,000 witnesses,
    Two witnesses, Harlot, Nation of Israel, Gentile nations
    Main Events
    1. Translation of saints to Heaven 2. Judgment seat of Christ for rewards
    3. Rise of the Antichrist 4. Seal, trumpet, and vial judgments
    5. Satan cast out upon the earth 6. Sealing of 144,000 witnesses
    7. Return of Christ in glory 8. Battle of Armageddon
    9. Beast and the false prophet into lake of fire 10. Satan bound
    11. Judgement of nations

    CONDEMNATION
    • 1000-YEAR REIGN OF CHRIST
    • SATAN-LED REVOLT
    • WICKED BEFORE GREAT WHITE THRONE
    KEY FACTS
    Bible references for this period: Revelation 20; Isaiah 11, Psalm 2; Ezekiel 40-48; and
    many more.
    Bible reading assignment; All of the passages given above.
    Time covered: 1,000 years.
    Covenants: Abrahamic, Davidic, Palestinian, and New Covenants fulfilled.
    Dispenstion: Kingdom
    Main characters:
    God Christ the King Gentiles Satan Israel Wicked dead
    Main events:
    RIGHTEOUS REIGN OF CHRIST
    1. Return of the King 2. Resurrection of remainder of the saved 3. Regathering of Israel 4. Redistribution of land to Israel 5. Rebuilding of temple 6. Revolt of Satan
    7. Rebellious destroyed by fire 8. Resurrection of wicked 9. Righteous judgment
    10. Received in lake of fire (the wicked)

    CONSUMMATION
    • NEW HEAVENS AND EARTH
    • NEW JERUSALEM
    • PERFECT AGE
    • GOD IS ALL IN ALL-ETERNITY
    KEY FACTS
    Bible references for this period: Revelation 21-22; Isaiah 66:22; 1 Corinthians 15:24-28; 11 Peter 3.
    Reading assignment: All of the above references.
    Time covered: Unknown.
    Covenants: No new ones given.
    Dispensation: Sometimes called the Perfect Age.
    Main characters:
    The Bride of Christ
    The saved nations
    God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit
    Main events:
    1. Creation of new heavens .nul new earth 2. New Jerusalem descends to earth .
    3. God dewlls with man 4. The Perfect Age 5. God is all in all—eternity

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