The Danger of Exaggerated End-Time Mentality and a Question for Israel’s Critics

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Dr. Brown discusses the dangers of thinking that there’s no point trying to bring about change since it’s all over and Jesus is about to return. He also discusses the latest, tragic events in the Middle East and poses a question for Israel’s critics. And he will be taking your calls and questions. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

 

Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: There is a lot of emotion; there is a lot of propaganda; there’s a lot of lies circulating. How about we calm our hearts, go before the Lord, and say Lord, show me the truth, wherever it leads.

 

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: The harvest is more ripe than it’s ever been. Are you ready to be a laborer?

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3 Comments
  1. >>Dr. Brown discusses the dangers of thinking that there’s no point trying to bring about change since it’s all over and Jesus is about to return.

    I appreciate Dr. Brown addressing this issue.

    I have known Christians who have no interest in peace-making with our Muslim cousins since they believe an epic war with Muslims will hasten the coming of Christ.

    I am old enough to remember when many conservative Christians were fatalistic about resolving the Cold War since they were convinced that the Soviet Union was clearly prophesied in Revelation. (I’m talking about you, Hal Lindsay!)

    This kind of resignation to violence strikes me as an Evangelical form of nihilism.

  2. I know on social media sites, like Facebook, there are Christians who react to every endtime sign or Jewish Feast Day, as if it’s their final moment on earth…even saying emotional goodbyes to one another through FB and in chat rooms. But in my personal walk with the Lord, I know no one like that. The Christians I know are either not concerned at all about the Coming Of Christ and the endtime signs or they are passionate about Jesus, watching and praying and looking with love to His appearing. And they are passionate about winning the lost and about the harvest fields that are ripe with souls before us. They are praying and fasting, occupying till He comes…to me it goes hand in hand. Knowing the Coming of the Lord draws near…should make you into a bondservant of Lord Jesus Christ and will compel you to rise up and follow our Lord to the fields white with harvest…this should be our heart “Some wish to live within the sound of a chapel bell; I wish to run a rescue mission within a yard of hell.” (C. T. Studd) but this should be our heart also, for we are His Bride! Even so come quickly Lord Jesus!

  3. Claudia,

    I’m surprised that you don’t know any Christians like that.

    I have met many Christians who are fatalistic about war with Muslims because they have been taught that a bit war with Islam is a sign of the end times.

    (That’s in The New Revised Revelation. In the Authorized Revelation, it was the Soviet Union. 😉 )

    BTW — I really like your CT Studd quote. I used to read him. I should start again.

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