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Humanity's "Final" Chapter (Mark 7:18-23)Gary McManus, November 26, 2017
Part of the God's Love; Beyond Belief series, preached at a Sunday Morning service
November 26, 2017 Mark 7:18-23 (p.998/p.1009)
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“What is going on?” “What is happening?”
Why are these things happening now?”
Recent current events. . .
October 1, 2017, Las Vegas
November 5, 2017, Southland, Texas
Locally, October, 2017
Is it the end times?
(Luke 17:26 (Genesis 6:5), 2 Timothy 3:2-4)
Maybe. Maybe not.
Jesus WILL return because Jesus said so.
However, Pastor is an historian.
History sees things a little differently.
Are things WORSE now?
Depends on who you ask, doesn’t it?
Jesus word still stands, “Follow me.”
Why is everything happening now?
What does the Bible say?
Genesis, Chapter 4
Genesis, Chapter 6
Some folks will be dismayed by current events.
Some will be dismayed if they believe any of
the following statements:
1. People are basically good.
2. There is good in everybody.
3. You live in a Christian country.
4. You believe that everyone you know is
incapable of doing something terrible.
Satan didn’t make Adam and Eve sin.
The serpent (Genesis 3) is mentioned only
at the beginning and end of the Bible
(Revelation 12:9, Revelation 20:2)
The rest is us.
Satan afflicted Job with God’s permission
but God wasn’t trying to destroy Job.
(See Book of Job 1-3.)
Is the Bible about God trying to destroy us
(as many people apparently believe)?
Or is the Bible about God trying to keep us
from destroying ourselves?
God is trying to save us.
God has promised to do so.
(Zechariah 9:16, 1 Timothy 2:4)
The angel said to Mary when she was to bring
Messiah into our world, “No word of God
will ever fail.” Luke 1:37
“Do not be afraid, little flock, for your Father
has been pleased to give you the kingdom.”
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