Doctrinal rightness and rightness of ecclesiastical position are important, but only as a starting point to go on into a living relationship — and not as ends in themselves. — Francis Schaeffer
What does this all have to do with church and Christianity? The sad fact is that too many of our churches are spending too much time and energy on speculative theology while completely ignoring the calls and commands of Christ. While we invent these particulars of nonsense, too many people go un-reached and thus un-discipled because of our foolishness. Let’s stop the nonsense and focus on that to which God has clearly and assuredly called us!
The main point of Biblical, Exegetical Eschatology is to tell us not to be discouraged, but remain faithful and vigilant. We are to live our lives as if Christ were coming tomorrow, or preparing and planning as if He were coming a thousand years from now. We are not to be preoccupied with the details and trivialities. That is why Jesus did not give them to us. Rather, our faith development and steadfastness are far more impacting and real for ourselves and others around us!
Why are some Christians so greatly interested in chasing fads and so little interested in effectual truth?
God is calling the Church, you and me—those who lead and pastor churches, who influence people in the church, who sit on committees, teach, or like to flee from manipulating and gossiping or making up sensationalism behind the scenes—to wake up and SEEK HIM, not ourselves or ideas or plans or trends!
Are you a committed Christian or a surrendered Christian?
3 thoughts on “Many great expositors of the Bible have gotten End Times and Revelation wrong…”
Very good article…
A most critical point bringing people out of what the current world environment is offering, sensational meaning derived from statements that lend themselves to a self satisfying desire each one of us has….
Our direction, focus and activity need not be complex but based upon the most critical element drawing near to HIM!!
Thank you for thhis