Eschatology means: “We have brought you to where things are as they should be. You are at the place where you can now–finally–have reason to hope. Trust in us. Fear not.” Eschatology means the pinnacle of true humanity, where wrongs are righted, all is at peace, and the human drama comes to its fullest expression.
The intention of this site is to help bring people first to an understanding of God. I knowing and understanding how much He loves us, and the extraordinary length He went to . to bring us back to relationship and walking with Him.
John 3 verse 16; tells us, God The Father sent Christ Jesus His only begotten Son, to die in our place and pay the price God required, to redeem us from the curse of sin.
We always state in this ministry we are all born with a destiny and purpose, and in our purpose and destiny, we can choice to believe God, and walk in His Eternal destiny and purpose for our lives.
If we choice God, and except Christ Jesus as Our Lord, Our Redeemer and Our Friend, we have great destiny, and with His help have great purpose in our lives.
But i we have fears of the the future, fears about what is going to happen, fears about the current economic climate, and fear about our elected officials, we simply don’t have any hope for your future or the future of your children, you have accepted what we like to call a “rival eschatology.”
You see we have changed our ‘Eschatology’, we have change it to one of doubt and fear, instead of what we have through Our Lord and Our Friend, destiny, purpose and promise.
When we fear, or rage, or are depressed about circumstances around our lives, it means we have invested something of our deep selves into an “eschatology”, which has lost the destiny, purpose, hope and promise that we are walking in with Our Lord and Our Friend.
Christians can’t go there and be depressed and angered by circumstances around their lives, because Christianity is an eschatology.
Christians should not adopt the rival eschatology that sours all hope, and hope is lost.
The Gospel offered an ‘ eschatology,” not though the power of the state but through what Our Lord and Our Friend, did on the cross for us. Salvation offers us redemption, destiny, purpose and eternal life with Him, no matter what goes on around us.
Colossians 3 verses 1 to 4:
v1; “So if you have been raised with The Messiah. seek what is above, where the Messiah is, seated at the right hand of God”.
V2: “Set your minds on what is above, not on what is on earth”.
V3: “For you have died, and your life is hidden with The Messiah in God”.
V4: “When The Messiah, who is your life, is revealed, then you also will be revealed with Him in Glory”.
Remember your eschatology.
O F J