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Understanding Bible Division: Part 2 – Jesus Teaches Us on the Coming Division
(Ver 1.0) This is Part 2 in a series of advanced spiritual Bible studies about a subject of significant proportions and value that is rarely being taught. Because of a lack of teaching on the subject of division, many false beliefs have tried to creep into the church. One such belief is known by some as the doctrine of “Universal Salvation”. Within this false belief people think incorrectly that just because God is not willing for any to perish according to 2 Peter 3:9 and because God is sovereign they believe that no one will ever go to hell or be forever separated from Him. However, that is not what the Bible actually teaches us when it is divided correctly. Please understand that Satan is fighting this divine message of division with his great and convincing powers of deception. He is doing his utmost best to not let Christians or the world know that there remains a default separation of eternal fiery torment that people must choose to avoid. It is only by this one way of escape named Jesus Christ that they can be saved. They must make Jesus Christ their own personal LORD and SAVIOR or they will be eternally separated from God to be with Satan. I’ll talk more about this later.
Division Series Foundational Verse
It has been awhile since I was able to continue this series so I will review the lesson series foundational scripture verse. I pray that you took the time to read Part 1 already. I am sorry, but I am unable to attempt to cover everything that was taught in the first lesson here again. I believe that God gave to me the foundational basis of these Biblical division lessons and this verse comes from the mouth of Jesus spoken to us in Luke 12:51. Here in this statement Jesus reveals a hidden prophetic reason for His personal appearance in the flesh here on the earth. Please read the statement carefully and even go back and reread the context if you like.
Luk 12:51 Suppose ye that I am come to give peace on earth? I tell you, Nay; but rather division:
Jesus states very clearly that He has not come into the world to bring peace. Then Jesus also said very clearly that “division” was then and I believe still is now one of the primary reasons for His first coming. Please notice that this division is stated by the associated combined statement to be the antithesis of “peace”. I believe that this disunity with peace was one of His crucial reasons for appearing here in the flesh on the earth. Do you believe Jesus knew what He was saying when He spoke these words? Do you believe Jesus was speaking the truth? If He was not speaking literally the truth here then this raises doubtful questions about every other word that was written that He spoke also. I personally am going to believe Him. Others can make their own choice.
This statement of Jesus was truly a very mysterious declaration of truth. This goes against many Christian’s theological reasoning and thinking. On the surface this statement appears to contradict with several verses that I went over in lesson 1. Another potential contradictory verse came to my mind is found in John 3:16. Jesus said in John 3:16 that “God so loved the world (in its entirety) that He gave His only begotten son that whosoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life”.
If we just read the first part of John 3:16 and ignore the last adjoining conditional statement we may think that Jesus’ plan to divide the world in Luke 12:51 is a strong contradiction to God so loved us to save the entire lost world. But, Jesus attaches a major condition in order to obtain this salvation for all humans and He informs us that we MUST believe in Him in order to not be eternally lost.
Does everyone in the world believe in Jesus? The answer is an obvious NO! Once you understand that being saved or lost is a human conditional belief in Jesus and who He is and what He did for us then possibly you can begin to understand why Jesus said He came to divide the nations of earth and not to unite them all in peace. Let’s continue in this lesson with some new statements from Jesus that are clearly related to the statement of Luke 12:51.
Jesus WILL Divide the Sheep from the Goats
Today we will carry on this vital Bible study series with a few additional direct teachings of Jesus that support the belief that His appearing on the earth was to bring division based upon our personal belief in Him. I personally believe the following words written in red ink in the KJV Bible are some of the most clear and direct words of a coming prophesied division that we can find in the Bible. Please read these words very slowly and carefully and pay attention to what is being communicated and notice the timing of these events.
Mat 25:31 When the Son of man shall come in his glory, and all the holy angels with him, then shall he sit upon the throne of his glory:
Mat 25:32 And before him shall be gathered all nations: and he shall separate them one from another, as a shepherd divideth his sheep from the goats:
Mat 25:33 And he shall set the sheep on his right hand, but the goats on the left.
Mat 25:34 Then shall the King say unto them on his right hand, Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world:
Mat 25:35 For I was an hungred, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me in:
Mat 25:36 Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me.
Mat 25:37 Then shall the righteous answer him, saying, Lord, when saw we thee an hungred, and fed thee? or thirsty, and gave thee drink?
Mat 25:38 When saw we thee a stranger, and took thee in? or naked, and clothed thee?
Mat 25:39 Or when saw we thee sick, or in prison, and came unto thee?
Mat 25:40 And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.
Mat 25:41 Then shall he say also unto them on the left hand, Depart from me, ye cursed, into everlasting fire, prepared for the devil and his angels:
Mat 25:42 For I was an hungred, and ye gave me no meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me no drink:
Mat 25:43 I was a stranger, and ye took me not in: naked, and ye clothed me not: sick, and in prison, and ye visited me not.
Mat 25:44 Then shall they also answer him, saying, Lord, when saw we thee an hungred, or athirst, or a stranger, or naked, or sick, or in prison, and did not minister unto thee?
Mat 25:45 Then shall he answer them, saying, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye did it not to one of the least of these, ye did it not to me.
Mat 25:46 And these shall go away into everlasting punishment: but the righteous into life eternal.
Starting with verse 31 we should be able to begin to understand the timing for the prophetic statements that are being made by Jesus in verses 32 through 46. Jesus was then and still is now informing us what will occur at His second coming to the earth. This will be a future event that is probably much sooner than we can imagine. I want you to first notice in verse 31 that Jesus said that He will be bringing with Him all of the Holy angels to assist Him in this event. Wow, that is amazing information that implies to us that there must be other “unholy” angels that are not included in the number. We can understand this plainly by the addition of the adjective “holy” since this is a limiting qualifier that reduces the scope of the total angel group class (the noun) that is being spoken of. It would be the exact same as if Jesus said he would bring with him “all the red angels” eliminating the blue angels, green angels, yellow angels, etc. The inclusion of the word “all” means “every” and none are excluded and this simply informs us that there are No holy angels that are omitted. This is the first statement of division being made in this subject discussion. There will be 2/3 of the angels called holy that will remain with the LORD and the other 1/3 angels that will not be with Him we can call the “unholy” angels and we learn this information by reading about them in Revelation 12:4.
The holy angels that are for the LORD Jesus in verse 32 will then gather all of the people of the nations of the earth together for the final judgment of each individual. This is plainly stated but it cannot be viewed as a confirmation to the false belief of “universal salvation” because not everyone in these nations will be saved as we will read. Only those that qualify by their correct beliefs in Jesus will be saved. All others will perish just as we read in John 3:16. However, perish does not mean that they will cease to exist. That belief would contradict too many other verses that I do not have time to teach on in this lesson.
One of the key words found in verse 32 was translated into English as “separate”. This is a direct reference to our Bible study subject of division. We are unmistakably informed by Jesus that He will be the one that will divide the people of every nation just as we read in Luke 12:51 that He said He came to do. This Greek word G873 translated as “separate” literally means to set apart by a boundary. Synonyms can be “divide” and “sever” and it comes from two Greek root words that mean to “partition off”. Jesus is teaching us that there is a coming portioned boundary or a wall of separation between two very different groups of people and we are about to find out who these are in the next verses.
Notice at the end of verse 32 in Matthew 25 that Jesus tells us of Him separating people like a shepherd removes his sheep from his goats. One of the key words for correct interpretation in this separation is the word “like”. This clearly informs us that Jesus is about to begin speaking about literal spiritual truths using figurative natural symbols. However in this interpretation process knowing what is figurative and what is literal is what becomes important. Know how to rightly divide the spiritual truth using the natural symbols is a major part of the subject of division but not my main topic today. Please just note that most of the next nouns being referred to will be symbolic but the verbs I believe are very literal.
Jesus said “like” a shepherd separates his sheep from his goats is the action that is about to take place. I found that statement so very interesting and it raised a lot of questions in my mind. For example, is it necessary to separate sheep from goats? Why would a shepherd do this? How would a shepherd do this? These are just a few of the questions that were raised by the statement.
Verse 33 informs us that Jesus will set the sheep at His right hand and the goats at His left hand. I found this to be a very interesting concept to try to grasp and I asked another questions can sheep and goats even live together in the natural? If yes, then why would it be necessary for sheep and goats to be separated by natural shepherds?
Do sheep and goats fight each other or is there some other created reason that sheep and goats should be separated? I did some research and discovered that the mineral “copper” is the primary reason for any natural need of separation and division. Feeding copper to sheep kills them but copper is a nutritional necessity for all goats. Without copper in a goat diet they will die. Therefore, goats must have copper to live and sheep absolutely must not because it will kill them. Could any of this information have spiritual meaning and significance to our Bible study subject? I believe it does.
There is a unique quality of copper given to us in the Bible that I will only touch on in this lesson briefly. The English word copper is translated from the Hebrew word H5178 in the Old Testament and this word is most often translated as “brass”. However, this is even more interesting because it is also translated as the English word “filthiness”. There is a very powerful hidden message being given to us by the LORD Jesus in the separation of the sheep from the goats lesson. The sheep represent pure beings without any filth being found present in them and the separated goats represent beings that must have filth in their lives in order to live. Sheep living in continued filth will die but remaining pure without partaking of the copper filth diet (sin) they will live. I found that to be truly amazing. I believe the Lord led me to this to teach us the basic need for separation and division between these two groups. Filth represents sin and cannot remain in those standing on His right hand representing symbolic sheep. But, those standing on His left hand representing symbolic “goats” seem to indicate that sin will never depart from them.
Matthew 25:34 tells us that those (symbolic sheep) on His right hand will be called “blessed” and they alone are invited to enter into the kingdom prepared for them from the foundation of the world. In sharp contrast in Matthew 25:41 those on His left hand (symbolic goats) will be called “cursed” and commanded to depart from His sight into everlasting fire prepared for Satan and his angels. This is further confirmation that there are two prepared destinations determined for two kinds of people and two kinds of angels. The angels with God were called holy earlier and these combined angels with the goats are both joined with Satan to go to hell. Hell is the destination location where sin and filth is associated. Wow, that is really some very powerful words of revelation from Jesus.
Jesus ends the lesson in verse 46 of Matthew 25 with two very diverse ending locations for these opposing groups. Those sheep that will be called righteous have received eternal life while those goats that depart and go into eternal punishment we know are unrighteous. I am not going to go into every verse of this teaching to show why sheep are rewarded and goats are punished. You can do that for yourself or ask specific questions if you like in a comment.
Please take away from this lesson that there is a major division of separation that will be taking place. Both the sheep and goats live together for a time and it is a personal choice which one you are. Those that are goats that will be separated in the future to be on His left hand should be warned now to choose the free gift of eternal life as soon as they can before it is too late. Let’s continue to a new parallel teaching from Jesus.
Dividing the Wheat from the Tares
There is more than one message of division found in the Bible being spoken from the direct lips of Jesus. In fact this message is a central theme given by God from Genesis to Revelation. We can read this message repeatedly in almost every book of the Bible in some form. I believe that division was the plan of God before He even created our present world. Adam’s sin did not take God by surprise. I believe that God always has an answer prepared before there is any known stated problem. I want to continue this lesson today with another very direct and plain message of division given to us by Jesus in the book of Matthew. We will begin reading in chapter 13 and verse 24:
Mat 13:24 Another parable put he forth unto them, saying, The kingdom of heaven is likened unto a man which sowed good seed in his field:
Mat 13:25 But while men slept, his enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat, and went his way.
Mat 13:26 But when the blade was sprung up, and brought forth fruit, then appeared the tares also.
Mat 13:27 So the servants of the householder came and said unto him, Sir, didst not thou sow good seed in thy field? from whence then hath it tares?
Mat 13:28 He said unto them, An enemy hath done this. The servants said unto him, Wilt thou then that we go and gather them up?
Mat 13:29 But he said, Nay; lest while ye gather up the tares, ye root up also the wheat with them.
Mat 13:30 Let both grow together until the harvest: and in the time of harvest I will say to the reapers, Gather ye together first the tares, and bind them in bundles to burn them: but gather the wheat into my barn.
This is another message of divine spiritual importance given to us by God using symbolic figurative natural language to describe supernatural realities. The basic rule of interpretation for this parable is similar to the sheep and goats message. The nouns should generally be viewed as symbolic while the verbs should generally be taken as literal acts done to or by those that are represented by the symbolic nouns. It must be understood that this parable is stated to also be a likeness of the truth and not the complete truth in detail. That does not mean it is not true. But it does mean the timing of the events and specifics of the events are not al plainly stated. This higher spiritual message represents a natural message given to us on a much lower human level. God does this so that we can possibly understand it more easily than if He described the spiritual events from His superior divine intelligence viewpoint.
Maybe, you are not fully grasping what I was trying to teach. But, I hope and pray that you are. Let’s talk about this idea and concept in a bit more detail. The Greek word translated as “likened” in verse 24 is G3666. This Greek word is used to make a comparison between two separate realities, truths, people, etc. It is used 15 times in 15 different verses. The majority of the time it is translated in a form of ‘like”. For example, someone could say “oranges” are like “tangerines” and if someone had an experience of tasting, smelling and feeling a tangerine and never had an orange. This comparison knowledge gives the tangerine person a step up on understanding unknown oranges. However, the tangerine person also learns that oranges are not tangerines while they more easily comprehend that they contain some amazing similarities of experience, quality and type. This is exactly like what Jesus was teaching us also. Jesus is simply saying that the Kingdom of Heaven is very similar to and closely resembles a natural wheat and tare harvest cycle from the beginning to the ending process in many distinct ways. However, always remember that it is not an exact match just as a tangerine is not an exact rendition or a replacement for an orange.
Since the spiritual realm cannot be comprehended or confirmed by the five natural human senses of touch, taste, smell, sight or sound, it is a very complex task for any human to understand it. This is why God informs us in Romans 1:20 that His secret hidden qualities of His power and supremacy were clearly given to us to understand by things that He had created in our world all around us. Jesus reveals this truth repeatedly by using natural parables of sheep and goats and wheat and tares which represent likeness of the real. I believe that this clearly demonstrates God extreme intelligence and it truly amazes me. Let’s go through a list some of the key symbolic nouns found in this wheat and tare parable to help us understand the major spiritual players being described.
|Man||God/Jesus (Son of Man)||Mat 13:37; Mat 13:41|
|Good Seed||Word of God and People that Believe it||Luke 8:11|
|Field||Hearts of people in the world||Luke 8:15; Mat 18:38|
|Tare Seeds||Evil words producing evil people (children of Satan)||Mat 13:39|
|Wheat||Saved people producing fruit (children of God)||Luke 8:15|
|Tares||Lost people children of Satan||Mat 13:38|
|Harvest||End of the Age||Mat 13:39|
|Reapers||Holy Angels||Mat 13:39|
This is a great parable containing very significant hidden spiritual information that was not revealed clearly to any human or even angels before Jesus came to the earth to teach it to us. God is the symbolic man that owns the field. The field represents the world of people and more specifically their hidden spiritual heart. John 3:16 said God so loved the “world” so much that He gave His only begotten Son to die for them all so that they might be saved if they believe. Sorry but that was just my paraphrase of a very important verse that I can’t stop telling you about.
I believe that the “good seed” sown into the field that produces the fruitful wheat is always the “Word of God” according to the Mark 4 parable of the sower. I also believe the good seed wheat crop that is taken at “harvest” time to be placed in the field owner’s barn (heaven) is specifically saved Christians that believed in Jesus. Harvest is revealed to be the end of this age and the reapers that bring in the harvest represent the holy angels again.
There is a very clear distinction given to us by Jesus between righteous people (wheat) and unrighteous people (tares). God makes a division of separated difference between those that are “good” and those that are not good. Wheat represents the good people and the tares represent the evil people. However, we know from both observation and parable teaching that the wheat and tares reside in the same world growing up together. What we learn from this parable is that the children of God will be eternally separated from the children of the devil. The children of Satan will be burned by fire which represents their eternal destination within hell. Those called wheat that have been saved will be gathered into a place of separated safety and peace.
There are some basic keys of spiritual knowledge given to us in this stated parable. For example, to the untrained (unsaved) eye both the wheat and the tares growing together can appear very similar. However, the tare plant when closely examined represents just a fake looking real wheat plant. The tares have a dark black seed on the inside and this represents the kingdom of darkness that fills their human heart. Ripe tares stand up proudly and arrogantly while the ripe wheat plant bows humbly to their maker in the wind. You can do other research to learn more about these differences if you like.
I think I should point out a few potential major problems with taking everything literal in this parable. For example, there is a stated man that owns a field. This man is named to be Jesus. But only the natural man Jesus walking the earth ever slept. The spiritual God never sleeps nor slumbers according to verses like Psalm 121:4. Since God is omniscient and omnipresent it is impossible for any enemy to plant bad seeds in His field without Him knowing fully about it. However, Jesus chose to make this information apart of the parable to help us to know something. I believe this information shows us that God did not stop the evil sower by divine choice but rather permitted him to come into the world to sow his seed. There would just be too many scriptural contradictions to believe otherwise.
Here is another reality that I struggled with in the telling of this parable. Have you considered the order of mention for the described sequence of events? Jesus describes the owner of the field that sowed the good seed is Himself saying the owner was the “Son of Man”. Jesus also said that the field received the good seed first and then the evil seed sower named Satan came afterwards.
We know from reading the Bible that Jesus does not appear physically on the earth until approximately 4000 years after Adam was created on the planet. Satan is first mentioned in Genesis 3 as the serpent that deceived them. This was clearly way before the personal appearance of Jesus (Son of Man) to sow good seeds. I struggled for awhile to believe that the good seed was planted before the evil seed that produced the tares. To resolve this in my mind I believe the Lord showed me the solution and I will cover this very quickly:
Gen 2:8 And the LORD God planted a garden eastward in Eden; and there he put the man whom he had formed.
Notice what this verse appears to say in Genesis 2. The LORD God planted a garden…”. That is exactly what the parable we are reading describes to us. This is clearly before Genesis 3 and the introduction of the bad seed sower. This sower can only be the pre-incarnate Jesus that is planting the good seed. I hope you understand that this Genesis 2 planting was only “GOOD” seed sown by the LORD God? The only interpretation that can be viewed to make this correct is that Jesus was with God and was God as it is clearly laid out to us in John 1:1 and then later He became a man in the flesh as declared in John 1:14. I’m apologize if I don’t spend more time explaining this truth, but I believe that would take a significant time to cover.
This parable can be viewed as complicated very easily. I wish I could spend time to dig deeper into it. If you have any specific questions that rise up in your spirit, please let me know about them and I will trust the Lord to help me to answer them. Let’s move on quickly to another parable message from Jesus on the subject of division.
Dividing the Catch Caught from the Sea
Jesus repeatedly teaches us about the subject of a coming great division from many different perspectives. All of these perspectives were given to us using basic natural patterns of symbolic terms that the everyday common man could easily understand. As you should recall we’ve already seen the subject of division taught to us from a rancher/shepherd perspective. In this lesson the shepherd was tending his combined flock of both goats and sheep. However, only the sheep being placed on His right hand are saved and the goats on the left hand are lost. We have also seen the exact same type of division principle occurring in a distinct farming example where there will be the separating of the good grains of wheat from the inedible crop of tares. Again the wheat is saved and the tares are lost. Now Jesus is going to teach us again on the subject of division from the common level of many of His chosen disciple followers. Four of the twelve or one third of the disciples were fishermen. Therefore, this next parable should have definitely made both common and logical sense to them. Let’s read 4 verses found again in Matthew 13 and pay close attention to the similar symbolic concepts being communicated on:
Mat 13:47 Again, the kingdom of heaven is like unto a net, that was cast into the sea, and gathered of every kind:
Mat 13:48 Which, when it was full, they drew to shore, and sat down, and gathered the good into vessels, but cast the bad away.
Mat 13:49 So shall it be at the end of the world: the angels shall come forth, and sever the wicked from among the just,
Mat 13:50 And shall cast them into the furnace of fire: there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth.
I found this parable very interesting. Jesus chose Peter, Andrew, James and John to follow him and they were all very experienced fishermen that did this type of work being described day after day for years. They would all get into their boats and launch out into the sea every work day. Then they would then throw their nets into the sea and draw it back up into the boats for their catch. After hauling the nets back up into the boats they would have to separate all of their good catch selecting each out individually from their bad or unclean catch. Every fish that was judged to be good was put into vessels to be separated completely from those that were deemed not to be good for anything. This dividing effort took place after close examination of each fish one by one. All that were determined to not be worth keeping were thrown away. Wow, how can we all not see the truth?
The parallels of truth being given are truly amazing between all of these parables. Even though each parable used different noun types to teach the truth the verbs types are practically identical or very synonymous. Notice how in each setting the good and the evil live within the same setting and environment. Notice how in each setting workers and servants are laboring to bring in the good and the bad and then are used to separate them completely and permanently. Notice how the good is always saved and the bad is always burned.
One of the key subject words in this fishing catch description is found in Matthew 13:49 and it was translated as the English word “sever”. This Greek word translated as “sever” is G873 and is the exact same Greek word as was found in Matthew 25:13 in the discussion of the parable of the sheep being “separated” from goats. God directly connects these two passages by His divine word selection and this confirms that we are studying the exact same subject and event.
The Bible clearly teaches us that in the mouth of two or three witnesses let every word of truth be established. Jesus has just given us three very profound witnesses of truth using three different natural examples of division taking place all prophesying of a future spiritual division. In every example the end result is identical. In every example the good and evil co-existed together in the same worldly environment until the time of the “end of the age” came and then there is a judgment that is made and an eternal separation occurs. There is almost no room for mistaken understanding, misinterpretation or misalignment of the truth in any of these parables. I believe that Jesus not only gives us the parables to teach us the subject of division that He said He came to do in Luke 12:51, but I also believe that He consistently explains each to leave no doubt to their meanings. It is only by ignoring the truth that we should remain ignorant on this subject.
There are more lessons, parables and verses on the critical subject of division that came directly from the mouth of Jesus, but I did not get to teach on all of these today. Take for example the parable of the 10 virgins. All came together to meet the bridegroom, who represents Jesus symbolically. This is the exact same message of coexistence as in every other previous parable. Then separation occurs with only 5 virgins entering behind the door and the other 5 foolish virgins were shut out completely. This is just the exact same division subject and an identical wall of separation being communicated from a new and different natural perspective.
Each time a new example is given by Jesus there can be new truths complimentarily added to enhance our understanding of the basic foundation of divisional truth. However, none of these new truths will ever change the foundational truth of division. I pray that you are grasping these concepts and receiving their truth.
I’ll end this part of the Bible lesson series on division with this warning from the Lord Jesus. Jesus makes a statement in Matthew 7 that should put a great deal of righteous fear into our thinking process. This verse is about the subject of division even though the word does not appear in the statement. Please read the verse and learn what is said:
Mat 7:21 Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven.
Jesus clearly warns us “Not everyone that calls Him Lord will enter into the kingdom of heaven”. It would appear that calling Jesus LORD, even though it is a major part of the way to get to heaven it still does not guarantee our entry. It would appear to me that entry is conditional upon us doing the will of the Father also. This is a plain statement of division. This statement is speaking of people who will be positioned on the left hand of the LORD called goats, tares, unclean fish or foolish virgins. They will be told to depart from Him because He never knew them.
There is coming a great division between the righteous and the unrighteous, the just and the unjust, the good and the evil, the saved and the unsaved, the wise and the foolish and the clean and the unclean. It was stated by Jesus that this was one of the primary reasons for His appearance here on the earth. The division began spiritually when Jesus from the Kingdom of God paid the great price of our redemption purchasing us from Satan and the kingdom of darkness with His blood. The death of Jesus on a wooden cross was the sealed fate of separation of good from evil. Jesus then rose from the dead to become the only doorway to salvation. By entering into this door you can be included in the narrow path that Jesus said only few would find to enter. Jesus warned very clearly in Matthew 7:13 that wide is the pathway that leads to destruction and many are there that will fall for this trick of Satan to be lead astray. You have an enemy named Satan that has come to kill, steal and destroy as many as will allow him access either willingly or by deception.
I hope and pray that you have enjoyed this lesson and have learned at least something that you can share with others. The Lord willing, I will attempt to do at least one more lesson in this series sometime in the future. The coming end of the age could be here before we all know it. We should learn as much as we can to warn others before it is too late for them. God bless you and thank you for your prayers of support. I do greatly appreciate them.
If you would like to continue reading and studying the Bible in this series, please click “Part 3” for the next lesson. Thank you!