Many Christians today are very pessimistic about the future because of a flawed eschatology. We pray that many will reconsider "the Puritan Hope" and the latter Day Glory of the Church as believed by many of our Protestant and Baptist Forefathers.
Great Sermon! As a baby believer I held to premil. Now these many many years later, I lean toward amil. I uploaded this to listen to tonight. Tku.
Mike Rogers (3/18/2017)
from Gadsden, AL
Great Sermon! I rejoiced in the preaching of the gospel of the kingdom of God. Now unto the King be honor and glory!
Paul Rendall (2/28/2016)
from Tama, Iowa
Great Sermon! It is good to realize that there are other pastors besides myself who are Postmillennial in their eschatology. Keep up the good work Thomas. I am a pastor too, and have been trying to preach through the book of Revelation since 2005. If you want to interact more about these things contact me. - Pastor Paul Rendall
Alice DelaRosa (2/24/2016)
from Grand Rapids, Mich.
Great Sermon! Being from the Grand Rapids, Michigan area; I dared not speak of my doubts about this "Rapture" thought. As years have gone on and more and more believers got on this bandwagon I pulled back. It seemed more and more that those who speak of this "Rapture", do not back it up with scriptures which are reasonable to me. They do however back up their teachings with the "Nightly and World News." Recently we have been hammered with the thought. Finally, after listening to this sermon, I am content with what I have found in my own study of the scriptures, and from Revelation. You are correct in saying that some things are very plain, some are not. Christ's return is clearly stated in the scriptures, "every eye will see Him..."
Doesn't it also say; "We will not all sleep but we shall all be changed, a the last trump..." I understand that we would like to escape all tribulation but many nations have suffered things far above and beyond what an American could imagine. Why would GOD show America no such sufferings? this is one question that kept me from being caught up in the Pre-Millennial thought.
Wylie Fulton (12/6/2007)
from Forest City, North Carolina
Serious Teaching of Future Things! Here is a message that is worthy of your serious consideration. I believe that Pastor Floyd here gives a godly and time-honored view of the return of Christ and the end of the age. For a long time I have held this view but of course it is very UNPOPULAR in our days. "Search the Scriptures!" God bless you as you hear this sermon.
Floyd has pastored churches in Mississippi, Louisiana and Tennessee. He and his wife, Brenda, and their youngest son, Daniel, live near Mendenhall , Mississippi where he serves as Pastor of Particular Baptist Fellowship. Particular Baptist Fellowship holds to the 2nd London...