1. All Christian preaching is done in view of the eschatological horizon as we proclaim the Lord who will return as the Judge of all in glory who can no longer be contradicted or denied.
  2. Psalm 82 gives us a glimpse into the cosmic realm where God pronounces judgement on the fallen angels.
  3. When surrounded by evil, it’s easy to think our doom is sure. How we can defend ourselves, how can we judge the wicked, especially when they seem so much smarter,stronger and more confident than us?
  4. God's Son comes to deal with the infestation of sin, but in an unforeseen twist of grace, he’s the only one who goes under the knife.
  5. The youths that mock Elisha are representative of Israel’s collective contempt and disregard for all things relating to their One True God.
  6. What happens when Jesus tells a parable about His Kingdom? Craig and Troy discuss Christ's Kingdom operates.
  7. What's your vote for the most misapplied and misquoted Bible verse of all time? Craig and Troy vote for "Don't you judge me!" Today we talk about the reality of being under judgment, and seeking repentance.
  8. Jesus Christ is our peace because he doesn't criticize us. He declares us freed from our perceptions to accept the truth about ourselves.
  9. What does the return of the Lord Jesus in judgment mean for me now in the face of all the real-life verdicts that I have to face?
  10. In this context where death looms large, Jesus reveals a kingdom where life looms even larger.

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