In the midst of all the recent talk of the end of the world, Dr. Brown looks at the question of whether or not Jesus will be returning in the near future, and discusses three important truths that will impact how we live our lives!
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: There is no question or doubt about it. Jesus will return with flaming fire. He will catch us up to be with Him, and we will be with Him forever and ever. We will be changed, and never go back to our old nature, our old ways. Therefore, let us long for His appearing!
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Jesus did not die for church as usual. Jesus did not die simply for the status quo, or so we could have a lovely religion. Jesus died to change the world, beginning with us; we go out with Him as world-changers. Let’s go do it!
Revolution in the Church: In a dynamic and lively writing style, Michael Brown expresses erroneous practices and beliefs popular today, challenging you to make some radical transformations. He explores the biblical pattern of leadership, what is and is not cultlike, the meaning of true discipleship, the Jewish roots of our faith and other provocative issues facing the Church today.
Revolution! [series on mp3 CD]
Revolution: The Call to Holy War by Dr. Brown: This book is not a call for the violent overthrow of the government, nor is it a call to take up arms, nor is it a call to political activism in and of itself. It is a call to something far more extreme, a call to live out the gospel…
How Saved Are We? by Dr. Brown: This unsettling book challenges us to ask ourselves what kind of born-again experience we have had if it calls for almost no personal sacrifice, produces virtually no separation from the world, and breeds practically no hatred of sin.
Our Hands Are Stained With Blood by Dr. Brown: This shocking and painful book tells the tragic story of the “Church” and the Jewish people. It is a story every Christian must hear.
I’m at minute 40, but somewhere into minute 20 something, I began to see a new fork in the road, something new for me.
I suppose now that the Lord came to the Church in a very real way by the spirit, so much so in kingdom of heaven reality, that people either had to be ready, had to receive what the Lord was doing by the Spirit with them, or be left out.
Whatever happened with the first century Church must have been so dynamic that there was a division of either being with God or against him, and everyone had to decide, the pressure in a spiritual sense being so much upon them, that men would either be given wholeheartedly to the Lord, being willing to die if necessary, while the world would be bent on killing them if they would be continuing with Christ, or what? There would be nothing in between would there?
Doesn’t history tell us of a great persecution of Christians at that time?
So the kingdom was at hand, the kingdom came in power, and the day to stand with the Lord was upon them, even though the kingdom of heaven is even greater than what they experienced on the earth at that time.
Hello,i am only and unsaved Gentile who studies Holy Scripture,but i have a quick comment.
In a past radio show,Michael recommended ‘When Jesus Returns’ by David Pawson (now also available in eBook form).
David discusses the various misconceptions that have arisen about the end times,as well as giving readers an objective appraisal of what the book of Revelation actually says. Take Michael’s advice – do get the book.
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