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Lesson 10: The Study of Future EventsJames Davis12/04/2013
Easter [2001]: A Revolutionary Reborn (Acts 26:4-18, 22-25)Steven Cole09/19/2013
Lesson 81: Ancient Prophecies And You (Genesis 49:8-21)Steven Cole09/03/2013
God's Judgment Is Removed (Zephaniah 3:14-20)Jeff Miller08/29/2013
God's Judgment Is Refining (Zephaniah 3:8-13)Jeff Miller08/21/2013
Lesson 7: What to Do When Evil Prevails (Malachi 2:17-3:6)Steven Cole08/20/2013
Lesson 17: The Triumph of the Coming King (Zechariah 14:1-21)Steven Cole08/16/2013
Lesson 16: God’s Fountain for Cleansing (Zechariah 13:1-9)Steven Cole08/16/2013
Lesson 15: God, the Mighty Savior (Zechariah 12:1-14)Steven Cole08/16/2013
Lesson 14: The Tragedy of Rejecting Christ (Zechariah 11:1-17)Steven Cole08/16/2013
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Question & Answers:

Are prophets considered teachers?
I heard that Hebrew language had no means of determining past, present, or future tense. Could the prophecies in the OT possibly refer to past and future events simultaneously?
Does Peter’s vision in Acts 10 correspond in some way to the account of Noah in Gen 6?
What do you think about “prophetic intercession”?
Was Peter’s use of Joel's prophecy in Acts 2 completely fulfilled at Pentecost?
Is the gift of prophecy (insight into another person’s life) for today?
If the rapture is imminent how can there be signs that Christ will return soon?
How does the doctrine of the prophetic clock relate to imminency?
Would a microchip inserted under a person’s skin be akin to receiving the mark of the beast?
Do Mat. 16:28 and Mark 9:1 discredit the second coming of Christ and the millennial kingdom?
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