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Ready for the Alarm?

by Bryant Evans on November 13, 2011

5:00 AM comes early at the Evans house. The alarm sounds and we soon rise to begin the day. Both of us head to work and  the children must be readied for school. Getting out of bed later than 5:00 always causes trouble. I awoke one day this week four short minutes before the alarm […]

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Second Chance Salvation & The Dangers of Dispensationalism

by Bryant Evans on December 17, 2010

To some, the idea of the Rapture, Armageddon, the Antichrist and a 1,000 year earthly reign of Christ may seem harmless, although errant, variations on the end of time. But buried inside these teachings is a hideous  idea that will condemn souls to eternal punishment. It teaches a second chance salvation which is not taught […]

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Does 1,000 Years Equal One Day?

by Bryant Evans on December 29, 2009

From time to time we hear people suggest that a 1,000 years is the same with God as 1 day. Is that really true? “But do not overlook this one fact, beloved, that with the Lord one day is as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.” (2 Peter 3:8) So yes, […]

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The Beasts of Revelation 13

by Bryant Evans on July 9, 2009

Articles on the subject of Revelation and prophecy accrue many hits to Preacher’s Study. I’ve come across an article that you should read if this area interests you. Wayne Jackson discusses both Revelation beasts and offers careful study to help understand them. Jackson mentions a couple of books in his article. I would add Simon […]

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1,000 Year Reign Comments

by Bryant Evans on July 8, 2009

Some good discussion is occuring under the comments section of our article on the 1,000 year reign of Christ. If this is an area of interest I invite you to go to the article, read it and consider the comments at the bottom. You are more than welcomed to participate in the discussion there. This […]

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