Outline By: Brian A. Yeager
A. Some people live as though Christ will not return and there will be no resurrection (Acts 17:32, I Corinthians 15:12, and II Peter 3:1-4).
1. He is preparing a place and coming again (John 14:1-3 and Hebrews 9:28).
2. There will be a resurrection (II Corinthians 4:14 and I Peter 1:3).
B. Some people claim that they know when Christ is coming that we should not believe (i.e. Luke 21:8).
1. No Scripture tells us WHEN Christ will return (Matthew 24:42-51).
2. NO MAN knows when Christ will return (Matthew 24:35-36).
3. Don’t allow biblical contexts to be twisted (II Peter 3:15-18).
a. EX. Mark 13:5-29 happened in the first century (Mark 13:30).
b. The Book of Revelation contains a few things about the end, but is primarily not about the end of the world (Revelation 1:1-4).
II. Body: Then Cometh The End (I Corinthians 15:13-28).
A. The world will end (II Peter 3:5-14).
1. Therefore, be converted to Christ and His word for all flesh shall perish (I Peter 1:18-25).
2. Jesus plainly stated the sky and the earth will pass away (Mark 13:31-33).
B. The details aren’t confusing (I Thessalonians 4:13-18).
1. It won’t be secretive (Acts 1:11 and Revelation 1:5-7).
2. Our bodies will be changed, in a moment, to be like His (I Corinthians 15:35-57 and I John 3:1-3).
3. If you’re saved, you’ll not have a home on earth (II Corinthians 5:1).
C. There will be a separation (Matthew 13:24-30; 36-43).
1. We will all be judged (II Corinthians 5:10).
2. The separation of good from evil will be eternal (Matthew 25:31-46).
3. Either the resurrection of life or of damnation (John 5:28-29).
III. Conclusion: Be ready (I Thessalonians 5:2-6)!
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