The Third Day: The Millennial Reign fact or fiction part 2


Mat_22:13 Then said the king to the servants, Bind him hand and foot, and take him away, and cast him into outer darkness; there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth.

Part 2 of The Millennial Reign Study, drilling down into the hidden things. God is openning his word, we’re privledged to be part of it. Join us for the second installment in our continuation Third Day Study.

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~ by watchmenweekly on April 3, 2012.

3 Responses to “The Third Day: The Millennial Reign fact or fiction part 2”

  1. Thank God for eyes being opened. I had to listen a second time very carefully with no distractions. (I’m very distractible – I like to do things while I’m listening – not this time) I’ll need to listen again. I always thought the first resurrection was being born again to true life in Christ because we’re reigning with Christ during this thousand years/tribulation.

  2. Ever have an AH HA! Moment!……Praise God! Of course, the thousand years… it’s “metaphore”!! The abyss, it’s metaphore! God truly is the Most High!!!
    Thanks you two! God Bless. LouAnn

  3. Thanks for these millennial reign shows. I wish more Christians understood this stuff. I was reading the comments on an MSN article about how some school administrators took the word ‘God’ out of Lee Greenwood’s song ‘God Bless the USA’. Almost 2000 people commented and the vast majority were Christians who insisted that America was founded by Christians upon Christian principles. They all said that we need to “get back to our Christian roots” and that God “favors” and “blesses” America and its Christian leaders above other countries, etc., etc. They really think this country is a beacon of hope in the world and a true representative of Christ. What deception American Christians live under. It’s very depressing to see the level of apostasy among believers in America, and everywhere else for that matter. I really hope we can reel them all into our camp before it’s too late. Narrow is the road and few find it. Time is short.


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