Have you ever wondered why it’s so hard to convince a Jewish person that Jesus is the Messiah? The answer comes your way next, on this Monday edition of Something Good Radio with Dr. Ron Jones. Today, Ron returns to the book of Revelation as he continues his series, “Mysteries of the Apocalypse: The Last Days of Planet Earth and the Return of Jesus Christ.” It’s a message about God’s chosen people, and about some of the reasons why many of them have not yet chosen God.
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More than two thousand Bible prophecies have already been fulfilled. Each happened just as it was prophesied, without error and without exception. Today, Ron takes us to the books of Daniel and Revelation to talk about a prophecy that has not yet been fulfilled, as he continues his series, “Mysteries of the Apocalypse: The Last Days of Planet Earth and the Return of Jesus Christ.”
Wherever you are, and however you may be listening, thanks for spending part of your day with us. Today, Ron takes us to Revelation chapter six, and to the seven-year period known as the Great Tribulation. In these last days, four horsemen will bring famine, disease and death, the end result being that one quarter of the world’s population will die.
Do you remember where you were on the morning of September eleventh, two thousand one? I bet you do. It was one of the most tragic days in United States history. But a season is coming when tragedy like that will happen on Earth every day for seven years. And the perpetrator will not be a group of terrorists. It will be God Himself. Today, Ron takes an inside look at the future judgment of God on planet Earth.
“And behold, I come quickly,” says the Lord. “And My reward is with me, to give every man according as his work shall be.” The Bible often speaks of how we can be rewarded on Earth. But at the end of this age, each believer in Christ will be eligible to receive five eternal rewards. Ron explores each of them today as he continues his series, “Mysteries Of The Apocalypse: The Last Days of Planet Earth and the Return of Jesus Christ.”
In the first three chapters of Revelation, Jesus asks John to write down the things that are. Today, Ron turns his attention to Revelation chapters four and five, when John is asked to write down the things that are yet to come. It all comes your way next, as Ron continues his teaching series, “Mysteries of the Apocalypse: The Last Days of Planet Earth, and the Return of Jesus Christ.”
For the past few days, Ron has been exploring Revelation chapters two and three, specifically the seven letters the apostle John wrote to the seven churches in first-century Asia. Today, we come to the final letter, a rather sobering message sent to the church at Laodicea, and one that could very easily have been written to the twenty-first century church in America.
There are loveless churches, corrupt churches, and, at times, there are dead churches. What does God mean when He says a church is dead? What does it take to resurrect it? Today, Ron introduces us to the church at Sardis, and explains how that particular church can be a sobering reminder for us today.
He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches. The Revelation of Jesus Christ is an unveiling of future events. But it also reveals the condition of the church, not only the seven churches in Asia to whom the letters were addressed, but every church from that day to this. Ron explores the content of these letters next, as he continues his teaching series, “Mysteries of the Apocalypse: The Last Days of Planet Earth and the Return of Jesus Christ.”
If you received a personal letter from God, what do you think it would say? In Revelation chapters two and three, the angel of the Lord tells the Apostle John to write letters to seven churches. These were actual first Century churches … each located in what is now modern Turkey. And even now, two thousand years later, these letters hold special significance for you and me.
“And His voice was as the sound of many waters, and He had in His right hand seven stars, and out of His mouth went a sharp, two-edged sword.” The Apostle John wrote those words about Jesus Christ, not as He was when He lived on Earth, but as He will be when He re-visits the Earth at the end of days. Today, Ron returns to the book of Revelation as he continues his series,“Mysteries of the Apocalypse: The Last Days of Planet Earth and the Return of Jesus Christ.”
In the book of Revelation, the Apostle John describes Jesus as standing in the midst of seven golden lampstands and holding seven stars in his right hand. Today, Ron unlocks the mystery of this passage as he continues his series, “Mysteries of the Apocalypse: The Last Days of Planet Earth and the Return of Jesus Christ.”
Wherever you are, and however you may be listening, thanks for spending part of your day with us. Today, Ron explores one of the most mysterious books in God’s Holy, inspired Word, the Revelation of Jesus Christ. It was given to the Apostle John during his exile on the island of Patmos. And, although it’s already been shared with the world, it remains a mystery to many.
He was the apostle whom Jesus loved, the one Jesus trusted to care for His mother, Mary. And years later, He was chosen to receive the Revelation of Jesus Christ and share it with the world. His name, of course, is John, exiled to the island of Patmos, where he received what you and I know as the final book of the Bible. Today, Ron takes us there as he explores one of the most mysterious subjects in all of Scripture.