The latest teaching video in the YouTube channel: REASON FOR
SEVEN RULES FOR INTERPRETING BIBLE PROPHECY
Rule #3: FOREVER & THE "NOW"
A true “double header,” contrasting the eternal
aspects of John’s Revelation with the “Now,” as seen in one of the seven
trumpets. This is another one for “mature audiences only” and
yet, it is doubtful that anyone will view John’s Revelation of Jesus
Christ —or the current plague of Depression(!) upon humanity the same,
ever again—for here FT Chisholm also takes the interpretation of this
amazing book to whole new level, by first showing it to be a wedding gift
from the Father to the Son (a must see!).
Then, as he examines one of the seven trumpets in the
second section, FT Chisholm draws on his earlier perspective as an Atheist
to give us an interesting view of faith and hope, in a section that might be
termed “Faith, Hope, and Depression??”—but which truly ends in hope, at the
In this second, in the “Seven Rules . . .” series, FT
Chisholm subtitles this video a discussion on “Trap doors” and “Ladders”
–going for the jugular, after first informing us that this lesson on Bible
prophecy is for mature audiences only, “So, if you insist on holding onto
your teddy bear, this video is not for you”!
Far from being a discussion involving personal
vulgarities, however, his teaching actually digs into, what some would consider,
an old fashioned discussion of Christian “holiness:” By pluming the depth of
heart and soul, he reaches into the underlying issues that form the driving
forces fueling the judgment of God . . . “for the time has come for judgment
to begin in the house of God” (1 Peter 4:17).–All of
this, and a graphic Post Trib description of Christ’s returning, to boot!
Rule #1 - SITUATIONAL AWARENESS
Ask any serious Bible student for a list of rules for
a serious Bible study, and there is a high likelihood of their listing,
“Check the context,” as one of their top 3 or 4 priorities.“What is the context of the Scripture?” is a question every serious
Bible student considers, when tackling serious (or difficult) passages.In this new video series, however, FT Chisholm ups the ante as he
digs into this subject, and emerges with a more three dimensional approach
to the use of this tool, which he calls “situational awareness” –more than
mere context, but a spiritual framework which calls the serious student into
the inner workings of the heart & soul of the prophet who spoke “as the Holy
Spirit guided them” (2 Peter 1:20 & 21).
. . . For the scripture says, "Whoever believes on Him will not be ashamed." . .