Up & Away

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Xulon Press, 2007 - 212 pages
What is God doing with the Gentiles today? Why is He doing it? When will He stop? What did you become a partaker of when you believed the gospel? What is our relationship to the Day of the Lord? What does God expect you to know about the future? What is your destiny and hope as a member of the body of Christ? Is "rightly dividing" important to your study of the word of truth? By following the Pauline pattern for edification, this book addresses these questions and more through an examination of the doctrinal issues set forth in the Thessalonian epistles. If successful, it ought to cause you to "walk in wisdom" and "redeem the time." It ought to produce "comfort," "stability" and an "earnest" expectation and longing in your soul for your "blessed hope" when you will be caught UP and AWAY. David Winston Busch has a B.A. in history from S.U.N.Y. Albany and a J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law. His passion is for the edification of the saints and the magnification of the Lord Jesus Christ. He is committed to "the preaching of Jesus Christ according to the revelation of the mystery" (Romans 16:25).
 

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Contents

To the Reader
vii
Introduction
xiii
Parti With the Trump of
17
The First and Last Trump
19
Part II
30
Michael and the Resumption of Israels Program
33
The Edification Setting of the Thessalonian Epistles
37
The Background for the Fifth Course of Punishment
45
The Sitting Stumbling and Standing
89
The Birth of a Nation
93
Pauls Understanding and Handling of the Prophets
101
The Day of Christ
107
The Revolting and Revealing
111
Our Blessed Hope
115
Part III
135
The Preeminence of Christ
137

The Passing Away of the Generation of Apostasy
49
The World to Come
65
Binding the Strongman
79
The Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of Heaven
85
The Firstborn the Inheritance Death and Our Adoption
141
Decorations
161
So What Now Gentiles?
167
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