The argument that many are engaged in at the current time is whether or not the “male child” of Revelation 12:5, is Christ or the Church? The answer, the right answer, from powerful scholars throughout the ages is simply this: He is both. And the implications are astronomical!
THE RAPTURE AND THE GLORIOUS APPEARING ARE DISTINCT EVENTS
Because the male child is both, as Gary Huffman and I argue in THE REVEALING: UNLOCKING HIDDEN TRUTHS ON THE GLORIFICATION OF GOD’S CHILDREN, the “great sign” of Revelation 12 proclaims there is a rapture of the Church, and it happens at least … Read More
The most contentious debate among evangelicals is not hard to identify. It consists of whether or not the occurrence of the Rapture of the Church stands as a distinct event from the visible Second Coming of Christ, sometimes referred to as “The Glorious Appearing.”
Indeed, even in the verse where the phrase “the glorious appearing” originates (Titus 2:13), the (1) return of Christ to resurrect the dead “in Christ” and to translate the believers alive at that time appears conflated with (2) the visible return of Christ in glory at the very end of the age at the conclusion of … Read More
Today, I want to share a review of our new book, THE REVEALING, by a friend, pastor, and great scholar of the Word,Douglas Riggs.
I am honored to have his commendation and to share with you why he believes the book is essential reading for all Christians who are serious about deepening their spiritual lives by daily walking closer to the LORD. Pastor Riggs, zeroes in on a number of the key verses that testify to our purpose and destiny as children of God. Thanks, Doug Riggs. Blessings to you and the Morning Star Community.
The following article co-authored by Gary Huffman and myself was published in the August 2017 edition of The Prophecy in the News Magazine. It is drawn from our new bestselling book, THE REVEALING: UNLOCKING THE HIDDEN SECRETS ON THE GLORIFICATION OF GOD’S CHILDREN.
In the book, we propose a very different scenario for what happens AFTER the Rapture. Instead of just “going to heaven” to be with the “Lord” and with loved ones that have gone before us, we still have an assignment. Our brothers and sisters from Judah, from Israel, and the remnant living around the world are still … Read More
The Manifestation of God’s Glory in the Church During the Tribulation
Although not explicitly stated in Scripture, the Feast of Tabernacles constitutes a feast of glory. Thus, the fulfillment of the Feast of Tabernacles would be the period when God’s glory manifests. And we recall that at Tabernacles, God symbolically dwells with the Jews in separated booths. God’s dwelling with each believer comprises a vital part of Jewish tradition just as it is in the Christian tradition.
In Joel 2:23, we learn at Tabernacles both the former rain and the latter rain… Read More
Bible Prophecy, Geopolitical Analysis, Theological History