Romans Chapter 2, Verse-by-Verseby Karl Kemp
The apostle Paul was addressing the Jews in Romans chapter 2. In Romans 1:18-31 he showed that Gentiles were sinners without excuse. In Romans 2:1-3:20 he showed that the Jews were sinners without excuse too. People don't see their desperate need for new-covenant salvation through and in Christ Jesus until they understand that they are sinners without excuse and that the day of judgment is coming.
Evangelismby Bobby Bruno
What is evangelism all about? Evangelism is not about packaging a way to evangelize by selling a program or books by the millions.
The Person and Work of Christby Bobby Bruno
What do we as Christians confess about Jesus Christ and His work among us? Herein is a discussion about the confessions and themes brought forth by the author Gerald W. Stafford.
Introduction to My E-Book, "Introduction to The Mid-Week Rapture," Part 4by Karl Kemp
We will discuss some of the most important verses that we need to understand: Matthew 24:15, 21, 22, and 29-31 (where we read of the abomination of desolation, followed by the short great tribulation, which will be followed by the darkened sun and moon and the mid-week return of the Lord Jesus and the rapture); 2 Thessalonians 2:1-5 (where the apostle Paul made the important point that Antichrist will go into the temple and demand worship, before the Lord Jesus returns); and Revelation 9:13-21 (which is the most important cross-reference to understand the short great tribulation).
Introduction to My E-Book, "Introduction to The Mid-Week Rapture," Part 3by Karl Kemp
We will discuss Revelation 3:10, which probably is the most important verse that shows that true Christians will be raptured before Antichrist begins his super-evil reign in the middle of Daniel's 70th week. We will also discuss Daniel 12:11, which shows that the abomination of desolation will take place about a month before the mid-week return of Christ and the rapture.
Introduction to My E-Book, "Introduction to The Mid-Week Rapture," Part 2by Karl Kemp
I Thessalonians 5:1-6 and Luke 21:34-36 are the two primary passages we will discuss here in Part 2. Both of these passages (and other passages) show that the Lord Jesus is not coming for us like thief in the night, suddenly like a trap, in an unexpected, sudden manner. We will also discuss Revelation 3:1-6. This passage speaks of Christ coming in judgment as a thief (in the night) for "Christians" who are living in sin and unrepentant.