"In recent days we have been hearing of the final preparations that are being made for the inauguration ceremony of President-elect Barack Obama on Tuesday 20th Jan 2009; who will become the 44th President of the United States.
It has been reported that up to three million people will flock into the Washington Mall with a further three hundred thousand standing on the immediate site, to witness that historic event." A vast concourse of people indeed!
However, as far as world events are concerned, the scene before us in Matt Ch25:31-41 will be the final and greatest gathering ever witnessed by mankind. Christ declares [v32] that this will be a day when ‚Äúbefore him shall be gathered all nations.‚ÄĚ A vast concourse of people before the ‚Äėthrone of His glory.' This is the final judgement, on this day, all the dead and the living now stand before God, every nation on earth represented before Christ.
It was John Trapp who made the statement that ‚Äúthen shall Adam see all his nephews at once.‚ÄĚ All men who ever lived, post and pre-flood, from Adam to the last man living, a great multitude that no man can number, kings, rulers, Presidents, whole nations, is it any wonder that Jude spoke of this judgement as the ‚ÄúThe judgment of the great day .‚ÄĚ [Jude v6]. "
In this message we will be considering three aspects of this great day, of which our Saviour spoke.
Great Sermon! Thank you so much for this sermon which points us toward Jesus Christ who is truly LORD and KING!
Christian brethren, please pray for America and that our newly elected president will be truly regenerated by the Holy Spirit.
Great Sermon! This is good solid preaching. Well done! This message adds nothing, and takes nothing away from the Sciptures. More preachers need to get back to basics in this way.
Jonathan Trimble (1/19/2009)
from Newtownabbey Co. Antrim
Great Sermon! A great message by Rev Thompson...a worthwhile listen!
Great Sermon! I really enjoyed the sermon tonight. It is very appropriate for the days we are living in. The world is not interested in the things of God. It is too evil and the people relish in this evil time
Rev. Paul Thompson is a graduate from the Whitefield college of the Bible. Rev. Thompson was brought up in the rural district of Kells, Ballymena, County Antrim, where his family attended the Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church. During his early years as a teenager he was...