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(Video) Living In The Last Days

Sometimes people ask me when the last days will come, and I tell them that the last days started two thousand years ago. They commenced with the ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Peter tells us that the coming of the Christ was prophesied and foreknown, and “in these last times” He has been “revealed” (1 Peter 1:20, NIV). As Hebrews 1:2 says, “In these last days [God] has spoken to us by his Son,” showing that the last days arrived with the coming of the Son. And the Son has spoken the final and definitive word in the last days.

In the same way, Peter declares on Pentecost that Joel’s prophecy about the last days has been fulfilled in the sending of the Spirit (Acts 2:16–18). Since Jesus has been crucified and exalted, the Spirit is now being poured out on all those who repent of their sins and put their trust in Jesus Christ. The Apostle John even declares that “it is the last hour” (1 John 2:18), and thus we have been living in the last hour for two thousand years.

The kingdom has come in Jesus Himself, and it is evidenced by Jesus’ casting out demons by the power of the Spirit (Matt. 12:28). The parables Jesus tells in Matthew 13 unfold “the secrets of the kingdom of heaven” (v. 11), and we could summarize the message of the parables by saying that the kingdom is inaugurated but not consummated. The kingdom did not come first in apocalyptic power but is as small as a mustard seed and as invisible as leaven in dough.

The last days have arrived and the kingdom is inaugurated, but the kingdom of God will also be consummated one day, which is why we pray, “Your kingdom come” (Matt. 6:10), and we also pray, “Come, Lord Jesus” (Rev. 22:20). As believers, we live between the times, and so although we are sanctified by the grace of Christ even now (1 Cor. 1:2), full and complete sanctification will be ours on the day Jesus returns (1 Thess. 5:23–24; 1 John 3:2). As believers in Jesus Christ, we are now God’s adopted children (Rom. 8:15–16), but the fullness of our adoption will be realized on the day of the resurrection when our bodies are transformed (v. 23). In the same way, since the last days have commenced, we are redeemed through the blood of Jesus (Eph. 1:7; Col. 1:14), but our redemption will be completed when our bodies are raised from the dead (Rom. 8:23). Believers are now saved by grace alone through faith alone (Eph. 2:8), and yet we await the day of final judgment when we will be saved from God’s wrath (Rom. 5:9).

The Last Days and Sanctification

Since the last days have arrived, we now live in the era when God’s promises are being fulfilled. We are promised that we will be like Jesus when we see Him (1 John 3:2), and this hope of end-time transformation motivates us even now to be more like Jesus, and thus we endeavor to live pure and holy lives (v. 3). God is sovereign over all that happens, but at the same time our holy lives can “hasten” the day of His coming (2 Peter 3:12). In other words, the holiness of our lives may be one of the means God uses to bring about the final end. The promise of end-time holiness doesn’t quench our desire to be like Christ but stirs up our passion to live in a way that pleases God.

We need God’s Word and God’s Spirit to keep on track as we live between the times.

The interval between the inauguration and the fulfillment of God’s promises is often described in terms of the already but not yet. God has already fulfilled His promises of salvation, but there is also a not-yet dimension in that the promises are not consummated. The already but not yet informs every arena of life. When it comes to sanctification, believers should be optimistic since we enjoy the end-time gift of the Holy Spirit. Since the Spirit is given, believers should be filled with the Spirit (Eph. 5:18), walk in the Spirit (Gal. 5:16), be led by the Spirit (v. 18), manifest the fruit of the Spirit (v. 22), march in step with the Spirit (v. 25), and sow to the Spirit (6:8). In other words, by the power of the Spirit, we can now live in a way that pleases God. We are enabled to love one another and to fulfill the law by the Spirit (Rom. 8:2–4). We are being transformed by God’s grace and power now that the last days have come.

We must not forget, on the other hand, that there is a not-yet dimension to sanctification. As believers, we are not yet perfected in holiness. A battle between the flesh and the Spirit still rages (Gal. 5:16–18), and we still experience our “fleshiness” daily (Rom. 7:14–25). Fleshly desires are not absent, and they will not go away until the day of final redemption. The intensity of the battle between the flesh and the Spirit is such that believers are at war with the flesh (1 Peter 2:11), and we must put to death our fleshly desires (Rom. 8:13; Col. 3:5). We are being changed by God’s grace and by His Spirit, and yet we still sin daily, and thus perfection is not a possibility in this life. God keeps us humble by reminding us how far we have to go. There is never an excuse for sin; however, the already-but-not-yet dimension of sanctification makes us realistic so that we don’t think we are more spiritual than we really are.

The Last Days and Family Life

The truth that we live in the last days also affects family life, by which I mean our marriages and the raising of children. By God’s grace, our marriages should be noticeable for their love and for the concern that is expressed toward one’s spouse. Marriage is a mystery that reflects Christ’s relationship to the church (Eph. 5:32), and that mystery should be mirrored in the relationship between husbands and wives. Husbands should love, care for, cherish, and nurture their wives, just as Christ loved and gave Himself for the sake of the church (vv. 25–29). Wives should submit to and follow the leadership of their husbands, just as the church submits to Christ in all things (vv. 22–24). Since Christ has come and the Spirit has been given, our marriages should display to the world what marriage can be and should be. Nevertheless, we must not forget that we are not yet in paradise. Our marriages can be good, but they won’t be perfect, for we are still stained by sin until the day of redemption. We can have good marriages, but there are no perfect marriages, and those who seek after a perfect marriage may make the tragic and sinful mistake of giving up on a marriage that is good—or a marriage that by God’s grace can be good in the future. The perfect, as the old saying goes, can be the enemy of the good.

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We see the same truth in the arena of raising children. Children are called to obey their parents (Eph. 6:1–3), and as parents we want to train them in the things of the Lord (v. 4). We recognize that children need discipline, and we discipline them so that they will develop godly character. Our children should be well behaved and godly, faithful and dependable (Titus 1:6). If our children are wild and out of control, we are shirking our responsibility as parents.

But there is also the danger of overrealized eschatology (thinking we can receive the fullness of glory now), and we can make the mistake of expecting heaven on earth in raising our children. We can fall into the trap of expecting perfection from our children without even realizing it. When this happens, we begin to correct our children excessively, and we may end up exasperating our children by constantly harping on their faults, and the end result is that our children become discouraged and disheartened (Col. 3:21). We see again that the teaching about the last days is immensely practical. We train our children to be obedient, but we don’t expect them to be perfect.

The Last Days and Church Life

The last days are here. Jesus is risen and the Spirit is given. In particular, the Spirit is poured out on the people of God, on the church of Jesus Christ. The church is Christ’s body, and it is filled with Christ’s fullness (Eph. 1:23). The church should be the place where all are reconciled to one another, so that blacks and whites, men and women, white-collar workers and blue-collar workers find their unity in Christ (2:11–22). Indeed, God’s wisdom is disclosed to the angelic powers in the church (3:10), so that they look at the church and see the grace and power of the Lord. The church should be the vehicle through which the gospel goes out into the community and into the world. The world notices as members of the church love one another (John 13:34–35) and realizes that Jesus is the Christ.

The church is transformed by God’s grace and is maturing into what God wants it to be (Eph. 4:11–16). Still, the church won’t be free from spots and wrinkles and blemishes and scars until the day of redemption (5:27). We long for heaven and earth, and so we easily become dissatisfied with our church, even if the church is strong and good and mature. We may see the specks and scars and begin to criticize our church instead of loving and supporting it.

Final Word

We might think that the idea that we live in the last days is an abstract doctrine unrelated to everyday life. But when we consider the matter further, we see that it is immensely practical, for it affects our view of sanctification, family life, church, politics, and much more. We can fall prey to underrealized eschatology and become apathetic and satisfied with the status quo. At the same time, we may make the mistake of embracing an overrealized eschatology and expect heaven on earth. We can see why we need God’s Word and God’s Spirit to keep on track as we live between the times.

Dr. Thomas R. Schreiner is the James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation, professor of biblical theology, and associate dean of the School of Theology at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. He is author of numerous books, including Spiritual Gifts.

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What does the Bible say about peace in the last days? ›

In peace I will both lie down and sleep; for you alone, O Lord, make me dwell in safety.” “In his days may the righteous flourish, and peace abound, till the moon be no more!” “And he said, 'O man greatly loved, fear not, peace be with you; be strong and of good courage.'

What does Hebrew 1/2 mean? ›

Verses 1 and 2 of Hebrews emphasize the fact that Christ is the latest part of God's continuous, consistent message. Where God had spoken through the prophets of the Old Testament, He now speaks through the person of Jesus Christ. These are not contradictory messages. Jesus is the Messiah of whom those prophets spoke.

What are the 7 signs in the Bible? ›

Seven Signs
  • Changing water into wine at Cana in John 2:1–11 – "the first of the signs"
  • Healing the royal official's son in Capernaum in John 4:46–54.
  • Healing the paralytic at Bethesda in John 5:1–15.
  • Feeding the 5000 in John 6:5–14.
  • Jesus walking on water in John 6:16–24.
  • Healing the man blind from birth in John 9:1–7.

What the Bible says about end of life? ›

Then, when our dying bodies have been transformed into bodies that will never die, this Scripture will be fulfilled: “Death is swallowed up in victory. O death, where is your victory? O death, where is your sting?” For sin is the sting that results in death, and the law gives sin its power. But thank God!

What does the Bible say about the dangers of the last days? ›

2 Timothy 3 1

But mark this: There will be terrible times in the last days. having a form of godliness but denying its power. Have nothing to do with them. always learning but never able to acknowledge the truth.

What is the most comforting scripture? ›

2 Corinthians 1:3 Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God.

What is the main point of Hebrews 2? ›

The purpose is to continue proving that Jesus, the Messiah, is not an angel. He is superior to angels both in His divine nature and as a Savior for mankind. The quotations and arguments used in this passage emphasize the humanity of the Messiah (Hebrews 2:5–18).

What is the main message of Hebrews Chapter 1? ›

The first chapter of Hebrews establishes two primary ideas used to support the rest of the book. First, that God has spoken to mankind, most recently through Jesus, so we ought to be listening to Him. Secondly, chapter 1 introduces the fact that Jesus is superior to other spiritual beings, such as angels.

What is the warning in Hebrews 2? ›

Truly saved people cannot lose their salvation if they have truly received it. This warning is to people who have heard it, intellectually assented to it, yet have never yet truly trusted in Christ for salvation.

What are the 3 types of miracles? ›

The three types of healings are cures where an ailment is cured, exorcisms where demons are cast away and the resurrection of the dead.

What does the number 7 represent to God? ›

God stopped on the seventh day. In Hebrew, the number "seven" has the same consonants as the word for completeness or wholeness. Tim: In Genesis 1, seven develops two key symbolic associations. One of them is that one through seven all together is a symbol of completeness.

What are the 7 miracles of God? ›

The seven signs are:
  • Changing water into wine at Cana John 2:1-11.
  • Healing of the official's son John 4: 46-54.
  • Healing the paralytic at Bethesda in John 5:1-15.
  • Feeding the 5000 in John 6:5-14.
  • Jesus walking on water in John 6:16-24.
  • Healing the man blind from birth in John 9:1-7.
  • The raising of Lazarus in John 11:1-45.
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What God says about death? ›

If we live, we live for the Lord, and if we die, we die for the Lord. Therefore, whether we live or die, we belong to God.” “Before dust returns to the earth as it was before and the life-breath returns to God who gave it.”

What is the last prayer before death? ›

God, we thank you that you never leave us, that you never forsake us, but you love us. We trust you, and pray this in your name. Amen.

What does nearing end of life mean? ›

People are considered to be approaching the end of life when they are likely to die within the next 12 months, although this is not always possible to predict. This includes people whose death is imminent, as well as people who: have an advanced incurable illness, such as cancer, dementia or motor neurone disease.

What does the Bible say about those who endure to the end? ›

Jesus: “But he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved.” (Matt. 24:13.) Nephi: “And now, my beloved brethren, I know by this that unless a man shall endure to the end, in following the example of the Son of the living God, he cannot be saved.” (2 Ne. 31:16.)

What is the last day called in the Bible? ›

The Last Judgment, Final Judgment, Day of Reckoning, Day of Judgment, Judgment Day, Doomsday, Day of Resurrection or The Day of the Lord (Hebrew: יום הדין, romanized: Yom ha-Dīn; Arabic: یوم القيامة, romanized: Yawm al-Qiyāmah or یوم الدین, Yawm ad-Dīn) is part of the Abrahamic religions and the Frashokereti of ...

Why did God rest on the last day? ›

And on the seventh day God finished his work that he had done, and he rested on the seventh day from all his work that he had done. So God blessed the seventh day and made it holy, because on it God rested from all his work that he had done in creation.

What is a good prayer of comfort? ›

Lord Jesus, we ask you to give us all around peace in our mind, body, soul and spirit. We want you to heal and remove everything that is causing stress, grief, and sorrow in our lives. Please guide our path through life and make our enemies be at peace with us.

What is prayer of comfort in the Bible? ›

Lord, You love me and by Your grace have given me eternal comfort and a wonderful hope. Now, comfort and strengthen me in every good thing I do and say.”

What is a psalm for comfort? ›

Psalm 23:4

Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me.

What is the main message of the book of Hebrews? ›

What is the message of Hebrews and how does it apply to our lives? The two main themes of Hebrews are The Supremacy of Christ, and Perseverance in Christ, especially in the face of persecution.

What does Acts 2 teach us about God? ›

The gift of the Holy Spirit is promised to us. The gift of the Holy Spirit is worth waiting for. The gift of the Holy Spirit comes as He wills, often not according to our expectation. The gift of the Holy Spirit can come upon not only individuals, but also upon groups (see also Acts 2:4, 4:31, 10:44).

What is Hebrews talking about? ›

The book of Hebrews compares and contrasts Jesus to key historical people and events from the Hebrew Bible. Through these comparisons, we see his superiority. He is greater than the angels, the Torah, Moses, the promised land, earthly priests, sacrifices, and the covenant.

How does God speak to us today? ›

God speaks to people today through His Word, which will not return void (Isaiah 55:11; 2 Timothy 3:16-17). The Bible contains everything we need to know to be saved and live the Christian life (2 Peter 1:3). God speaks to His people every time we read the Word, hear it read, or preached (1 Thessalonians 2:13).

What is the meaning of Hebrews 1 1-4? ›

Hebrews 1:1-4 introduces a contrast that is the central theme throughout Hebrews: the climactic revelation of God in Christ, surpassing every way that God spoke and worked prior to Christ's coming. The opening affirmation in verse 1 that God spoke through the prophets is important.

Who is speaking in Hebrews 1? ›

God: This is how the book begins. There is no attempt to prove God's existence; Scripture assumes we learn of God's existence and some of His attributes from nature (Psalm 19:1-4 and Romans 1:20). The writer of the Hebrews knew that God existed and that He spoke to man.

What is the message of the angels in Hebrews 2 2? ›

Hebrews 2:2, NLT: For the message God delivered through angels has always stood firm, and every violation of the law and every act of disobedience was punished.

What is the Hebrews 2 1 4 warning? ›

Hebrews: A Warning to Pay Attention (2:1-4) - The author of Hebrews here warns us to pay attention to the great salvation we have been given. If we do not, the danger of drifting away is great. Hebrews: We See Jesus, Crowned with Glory (2:5-9) - Humanity is not what God created us to be.

What does Hebrews 2 3 mean? ›

Since Jesus is God's message to mankind, ignoring Him will bring disaster. The writer of Hebrews points out that those who violated the Old Covenant suffered punishment. Therefore, those who violate the New Covenant can expect consequences.

What is the greatest miracle according to the Bible? ›

Matthew 28:5 & 6, “And the angel answered and said unto the women, Fear not ye: for I know that ye seek Jesus, which was crucified. He is not here: for he is risen, as he said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay.”

What is the greatest miracle and why? ›

In the midst of all these miracles, Matthew records what he probably considered the greatest miracle of all: That Jesus, the Son of God, would turn to him, a sinner, and say, “Follow me.” For all the miracles that take place, there is no greater miracle than being called to faith, and given the gift of life.

What are the 5 healing miracles? ›

Miracles from the Life of Jesus Christ
  • Jesus Heals a Woman with an “Issue of Blood” As Christians, Latter-day Saints believe that since Jesus was the Son of God, He had power to heal. ...
  • Jesus Heals a Man Born Blind. ...
  • Jesus Feeds the 5,000. ...
  • Jesus Calms a Storm on the Sea of Galilee. ...
  • Jesus is Resurrected from the Dead.

What does 777 mean? ›

According to Berry, seeing 7, 77, and 777 is your guardian angel's way of telling you to stay strong and to continue moving forward on your journey — even through changes and obstacles. "The path ahead can become challenging, but the message is to keep a positive outlook in order to overcome anything," Berry says.

What is the number of God? ›

The term "God's number" is sometimes given to the graph diameter of Rubik's graph, which is the minimum number of turns required to solve a Rubik's cube from an arbitrary starting position (i.e., in the worst case). Rokicki et al. (2010) showed that this number equals 20.

IS 777 in the Bible? ›

According to the Bible, Lamech, the father of Noah lived for 777 years. Some of the known religious connections to 777 are noted in the sections below.

What was God's first miracle? ›

The transformation of water into wine at the wedding at Cana (also called the marriage at Cana, wedding feast at Cana or marriage feast at Cana) is the first miracle attributed to Jesus in the Gospel of John.

What happens in the book of Revelation? ›

ELAINE PAGELS: Yes, the book of Revelation opens with a series of visions in which Jesus appears to a prophet and tells him what's going to happen soon, and then the prophet says he goes up into heaven and sees the throne of God and is told by angels the course of future history, which includes four horsemen of the ...

What is the only miracle in all four gospels? ›

The first miracle, the "Feeding of the 5,000", is the only miracle—aside from the resurrection—recorded in all four gospels (Matthew 14:13–21; Mark 6:31–44; Luke 9:12–17; John 6:1–14).

How soon after death do you go to heaven? ›

We enter heaven immediately upon our death, or our souls sleep until the second coming of Christ and the accompanying resurrection. Most have chosen to believe what the Bible appears to overwhelmingly propose: our souls (spirits) penetrate heaven immediately after we take our final breath.

How does God save us from death? ›

Salvation from death

We are “dead in our trespasses and sins.” (Ephesians 2:1). Jesus saves from this living death by raising the dead back to life. He declares: “I am the Resurrection and the Life! He who believes in me, though he die, yet he shall live.

How does God judge us after death? ›

Jesus said that people will be judged based on what they did during their lives. In Matthew 16:27, Jesus said, “For the Son of Man is going to come in his Father's glory with his angels, and then he will reward each person according to what they have done.”

What is the last blessing called? ›

The anointing [of the sick] is ordinarily succeeded by the conferring of the Apostolic benediction, or "last blessing," as it is commonly called.

Can you pray for someone to go to heaven? ›

Do Christians think praying can help a dead person get into heaven? Not exactly. All Christians believe that only God can determine whether a person belongs in heaven or in hell. Entreaties on behalf of the deceased can't sway God from what's right, but post-mortem praying does have other uses.

What are signs of last days of life? ›

End-of-Life Signs: The Final Days and Hours
  • Breathing difficulties. Patients may go long periods without breathing, followed by quick breaths. ...
  • Drop in body temperature and blood pressure. ...
  • Less desire for food or drink. ...
  • Changes in sleeping patterns. ...
  • Confusion or withdraw.

How long can end of life last? ›

The end-of-life period—when body systems shut down and death is imminent—typically lasts from a matter of days to a couple of weeks. Some patients die gently and tranquilly, while others seem to fight the inevitable. Reassuring your loved one it is okay to die can help both of you through this process.

What happens in the last few weeks of life? ›

Nearing the end of life

Everyone's experiences are different, but there are changes that sometimes happen shortly before a person dies. These include loss of consciousness, changes to skin colour, and changes to breathing. Read more on our page, final moments of life.

What does the Bible say about peace in death? ›

There will be no more death' or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.” The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit. He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. “Do not let your hearts be troubled.

Where in the Bible does it say in the last days perilous times will come? ›

3. [1] This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come.

Where in the Bible does it say peace peace then sudden destruction? ›

3 For when they shall say, Peace and asafety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not bescape. 4 But ye, brethren, are not in adarkness, that that bday should overtake you as a thief.

What did Jesus have to say about peace? ›

Jesus said, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of God” (Matthew 5:9) AND “I did not come to bring peace, but a sword” (Matthew 10:34).

Do you reunite with your spouse in heaven? ›


A. Yes to both. The reunion will take place, but not as husband and wife. We learn this in Jesus' explanation to the Sadducees: "When people rise from death, there will be no marriage.

What does God promise about death? ›

Those who believe in me, even though they die, will live, and everyone who lives and believes in me will never die.' ” "He heals the brokenhearted, and binds up their wounds." "For God so loved the world that He gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him may not perish but have eternal life."

What does the Bible say about surviving the storm? ›

Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.” So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand. I sought the LORD, and he answered me; he delivered me from all my fears.

How do you wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength? ›

31 but they who wait for the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint. 31 But those who trust in the LORD will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary.

What does perilous mean in the Bible? ›

dangerous, hazardous, precarious, perilous, risky mean bringing or involving the chance of loss or injury.

What are the three types of peace in the Bible? ›

Seeking 3 Kinds of Peace
  • Peace with God. Peace with God is the reassurance we receive through faith. ...
  • Peace of God. Peace of God is the calm center we can find in the midst of life's storms. ...
  • Peace with Others. Peace with others is a stillness we find inside when the people around us push our buttons.
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Does God lead us by peace? ›

Peace is one way that God leads us. The Bible says "we're led forth with peace" (Isa. 55:12 KJV). It also says that, "He leads us beside still (or quiet) waters" (Ps.

What is God's peace for us? ›

God's peace is ours because Jesus heals our root of sin.

In Christ, we are offered peace with God because we who “once were far off” (Ephesians 2:13) have been reconciled to God through Jesus' death and resurrection. Jesus' sacrifice addresses the root of the problem that the world ignores.

What are the 2 types of peace? ›

Generally, peace is classified into two types: Internal peace and External peace.

How do I get peace from Jesus? ›

Peace in Christ
  1. Sometimes we have to wait for peace—but “don't you quit. … ...
  2. Peace can come even in the midst of trials.
  3. Peace can be found in any circumstance.
  4. Peace comes through living the gospel and obeying the commandments.
  5. Sincere repentance brings peace. ...
  6. Peace comes from serving and being a peacemaker for others.


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