Waiting on the Bridegroom, Part 7

The Hour of His Return is Unknown to us, you see.

We read in 1 Thessalonians, Chapter 5 that we, the children of the light, know that the Lord will come like a thief in the night, and that we are to remain watchful and sober. We are to remain aware of the circumstances around us

Even though the hour of His coming will be unknown, we can be sensitive to the season we find ourselves in, being watchful and being ready!

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Waiting on the Bridegroom, Part 6

We have a beautiful promise given to us in John Chapter 14. There Jesus tells us this:


In My Father’s house are many mansions; if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you to Myself; that where I am, there you may be also.

I love this little passage for a number of reasons, but I want to tell you something that awes me about it:

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Waiting on the Bridegroom, Part 3

Through the Old Testament, we find 353 prophecies dealing with Jesus’ first coming  – all of which He fulfilled already. The statistics behind these prophecies are remarkable, too, and sooner or later I’ll share a few of those numbers here for you to contemplate.  

What’s really astonishing though is that there are at least eight times more prophecies concerning His second coming!¹ 

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Waiting on the Bridegroom, Part 2

Going into this bit of Scripture, I want you to think about something: Is God ever surprised about anything? Does anything ever catch Him off-guard? The truth is No; He’s omniscient. He knows everything that has ever happened! He knows everything that is happening! He knows everything that is going to happen! Nothing has ever surprised God.

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Waiting on the Bridegroom, Part 1

When we look around at our world today, most of us cannot help but feel a sense of anxiety. No matter what side of the political spectrum you find yourself on, there is an air of conflict we cannot seem to escape, a burden of dread as we wait for the next shoe to drop. In reality, it need not be so. For those who believe, those who have been washed in the blood of Christ, who have accepted the salvation that He alone provides, no matter where this world is heading, we have another destination all together. That’s what I want to look at over the next few week: Where is the church going?

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