TBN Praise the Lord with Tim LaHaye, Irvin Baxter, and Rick Joyner – 2011

September 7, 2012   |   Category: Blog   |   Tags:

Dr. Paul Crouch and Matt Crouch invited Irvin Baxter to participate in a prophecy special on TBN Praise the Lord with Tim LaHaye and Rick Joyner in 2011.



The following topics are discussed in the video above:

The Bible teaches that the Great Tribulation lasts for three and onehalf years although popular teaching says it will be seven years. While it is true that Daniel’s 70<sup>th</sup> week lasts for seven years, the scripture teaches that only half of that period is what we know as the Great Tribulation. It says that the woman will be persecuted for a time, times, and half a time which equals three and one-half years. How do we know?

The most important day of your life and mine is the day of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ to this earth. The Bible also refers to this as the “catching away.” The English word “rapture” is not in the KJV Bible. However, the word is biblically accurate because “rapture” originated from the Greek word “harpazo” which is derived from the Greek New Testament manuscripts of 1 Thessalonians 4:17 and is translated “caught up,” which holds the same definition. This verse tells us that living saints will be caught up (raptured) in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air.

“But of that day and hour no one knows,” Jesus said to His disciples on the Mount of Olives (Matthew 24:36). Some say we cannot know the day and the hour when Jesus will return and gather His church to Himself. But others claim that Jesus was speaking only to people living in the first century, not to people living today.

  • And more…

Enjoy more information on Irvin Baxter’s prophecy series, Understanding the Endtime here.

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2 Responses to “TBN Praise the Lord with Tim LaHaye, Irvin Baxter, and Rick Joyner – 2011”

  1. Thank you Brother Baxter, for quoting scripture and not giving your opinions like you colleagues did. I hate when Christians say that Jesus could return tomorrow. The scriptures give a series of events that must precede the return of Jesus. These events have not happened yet. The man of sin has not been revealed. Jesus can return for anyone on any day (death), He will not come before the events written in scripture, unless scripture is a lie. These men teach the traditions of men. This is dangerous because many Christians have been led to believe that they will not face satan’s wrath. We will not face God’s wrath, but we will face the enemies wrath. People need to read God’s word, not the opinions of men. Thank you Brother Baxter!