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The first half of the book of Daniel is an inspiring character study. Daniel was chosen by God to be tested by many profound trials, and to live a life of service and humility in a foreign land. The second half of Daniel is the foundation of much of Biblical prophecy, and it presents the evident themes of the antichrist, the Tribulation, the end of the world, and the Millenial Kingdom. Some not-so-evident prophetic themes may also be present in the book of Daniel, including the Nephilim, and even UFOs. My goal with each lesson in this in-depth study of Daniel is to forthrightly present what I believe the Scriptures are trying to tell us.
Lesson Number Subject Date Topics
Special Lesson 11 What Happens When We Die? Part 5 11/11/18 The tragic reality is those who die without Christ "live" forever too, but theirs is a horrible fate beyond description. What happens to those who are unsaved when they die, and what does the Bible say about the choreography between Hades, the Great White Throne Judgment, and Hell? Is Hell really eternal? This lesson probes these questions and others like them.
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Special Lesson 10 What Happens When We Die? Part 4 10/28/18 While everyone is "appointed" to die, an exception to this universal fate is our "blessed hope," the Rapture. Often misunderstood and ridiculed, the Rapture is an important truth that faithful believers in all ages of the church have eagerly held to. The Rapture will result in all saints up to that time receiving glorified bodies. How will those glorified bodies compare with the "corruptible" ones we have now?
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Special Lesson 9 What Happens When We Die? Part 3 10/21/18 Everyone dies in one of two conditions: with a saving faith, or without a saving faith. No exceptions. This is demonstrated before and after the cross. At salvation, God "quickens" the spirit of the believer, making all three parts of their being - body, soul, and spirit - active. The spirit of the unbeliever is "dead." The Bible teaches our souls, the "real us," remain fully communicative, sensory, and cognitive after death.
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Special Lesson 8 What Happens When We Die? Part 2 10/07/18 It is a dangerous thing to think our salvation is gained by uttering some prescriptive words. The Bible teaches we must "believe in the Lord Jesus Christ," the full meaning of which demonstrates "salvation by grace through faith." God has placed a vital message about Himself within His creation so that everyone is "without excuse." The souls of the saved are immediately with Jesus at death, while the souls of the unsaved go to Hades, a holding place before Hell.
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Special Lesson 7 What Happens When We Die? Part 1 09/23/18 Death is the great equalizer. Nobody escapes it. But it's after death one's real fate is realized; the decisions we make on this earth have eternal consequences. Luke 16:19-31 is the base text for this series of lessons which probes uncomfortable - but necessary - questions about death, our soul, our spirit, the testimony of Creation, the dangers of "false salvation," Hell, and the promise of future glory in "incorruptible" bodies.
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Steve's Articles


Unquestionably, the Bible remains the final say in all matters of our present and future lives. It's therefore easy to subscribe to the safe and predictable ideas concerning God's Word. But sometimes the most accurate positions are the ones that emerge when we choose to step out from behind the rigid constraints of stained glass views. That means we may need to wrestle with uncomfortable themes. When I write an article, I use that exercise to process issues that God has laid on my heart. I may spend many weeks on it as I carefully consider its content. I trust these articles will inspire you, provoke you, and compel you to study the Bible with a fresh perspective.
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LYING LIPS AND THE APOCALYPSE 10/09/18 We all know that "2 + 2 = 4," but in today's politically-correct environment, it's unpopular to state the truth. This article calls it like it is: the liberals have descended in their behaviors and antics so far that it's clear they are modeling what the antichrist's supporters will be like. This article examines the present state of our nation's culture and political climate, and it places those observations against the facts and texts of end-time Scripture. The picture that emerges "tells it like it is."
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DOES GOD LET YOU DOWN 09/03/18 The question is not meant to be irreverent, especially as the Scriptures show other people had their doubts and their unfulfilled expectations of Jesus Christ. The truth is we are called to live "by faith," and that is a posture that overcomes the way things seem to be. Many people struggle with feelings of discouragement in their Christian walk, and cliche answers aren't the solution to these sorts of needs. This article is a probing - and uncomfortable - look at circumstances we all deal with from time to time.
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Who is Daniel Chapter 8 Talking About Part 2 08/13/18 A series of matter-of-fact issues are outlined within the text of Daniel's second vision in Dan. 8:9-14, and within Gabriel's explanation of that vision in verses 23-25 of that chapter. These plainly-stated points make any efforts to claim that Antiochus Epiphanes is the subject of this text a very tough sell. This article is the second of two that argue my personal view that this portion of Daniel is instead referring to the antichrist.
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