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Looking Deeper At The Rapture And Second Coming Doctrines; Introducing The Night-trib Position!

 

 

Bible Prophecy: The Seven Letters To The Churches Explained!

 

 The Letter to Sardis (The Dead Church)

 

 

And unto the angel of the church in Sardis write; These things saith he that hath the seven Spirits of God and the seven stars; I know thy works, that thou hast a name that thou livest, and art DEAD. Be watchful, and strengthen the things which remain, that are ready to die: for I have not found thy works perfect before God. Remember therefore how thou hast RECEIVED and HEARD, and hold fast, and repent. If therefore thou shalt not watch , I will come on thee as a thief, and thou shalt not know what hour I will come upon thee. Thou hast a few names even in Sardis which have not defiled their garments; and they shall walk with me in white; for they are worthy. He that overcometh, the same shall be clothed in white raiment; and I will not blot out his name out of the book of life, but I will confess his name before my Father, and before his angels. He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches. (Rev. 3:1-6)

 

 

 

The word Sardis means “Prince of Joy.”[i] Supposedly, Sardis’ name does not suit her letter. However, as we will shortly see, Sardis’ name has much to do with the fabric of her message. Historical Sardis, to which this message also speaks, had the same attributes as spiritual Sardis of today. Sardis must biblically watch, which as already noted, tells us that this segment of the Church exists in the end-time. If this isn’t an accurate deduction, then the Lord has forewarned in vain.

          To refuse participation in genuine faith and love is to commit sin. Synonymously, to watch not is to commit sin (1 Thess. 5:6, 8). For this reason, if Sardis refuses to watch, or refuses to put on faith that works by agape love, the Lord will leave her behind to enter the Great Tribulation. Afterwards, if Sardis still refuses to repent, her fate will be the loss of eternal life.

          In Sardis’ letter, the threat of blotting out names from the Book of Life ought to get her complete attention. Certainly, no clearer language describes the forfeiture of salvation. Moreover, when it comes to Jesus’ reproof in these letters, Sardis’ reproach may be equaled (Rev. 2:21-23), but not surpassed.

          Contrary to the assumption that Christians who have rebelled from the Church by joining Non-Christian Cults aren’t Christians, they still are. In fact, such comprises spiritual Sardis of today. For which reason, Sardis has a name that she lives, but Christ refers to her as being dead. Fittingly, Christians within Sardis have revolted from the Church, joining organizations whose so-called truths are contrary to that of the Word of God.

          To the undiscerning eye, no specific sin is highlighted in Sardis’ letter, yet Christ never tells anyone to repent while not telling them the how and why of it. We see, then, that Christ is true to His affirmation of Sardis’ needed repentance, by giving identifiable points to the one who divides the Word of Truth. The consensus of Scripture teaches that a person who is faithful in that which is least, is faithful in much (Luke 16:10). It stands to reason, therefore, that those who are alive in the faith, even in the least amount, are alive in much. However, it remains that Sardis is dead.

          Anyone who situates another god before the Lord is at risk of abrogating his or her faith. If God should so choose, He can blot out that person from “his book” (Exod. 32:31-33). Thus in the mention of the Book of Life, Christ is undeniably speaking to Sardis of His deity, coupled with the authenticity of today’s Church. For Sardis, after accepting Jesus as their Savior has put “another jesus” and another gospel before the Lord, who is not the historical Christ of the Bible (2 Cor. 11:4; Gal. 1:8).

          In Sardis’ Salutation, the possession of the seven stars or angels belong to Christ (Rev. 3:1), but later in Sardis’ message, these same angels are “His Father’s angels” (Rev. 3:5). In addition, Christ has the seven Spirits of God, or the complete sum of the Spirit in Sardis’ letter. In suit, the Lord Jesus has always shared the essence of God. Additionally, this largely unveils His deity, since there is only ONE Spirit with whom we must deal, not three individual spirits (Eph. 2:18). And that Spirit just happens to be God Almighty Himself (John 4:24), who is the Spirit of Christ (Rom. 8:9); who is the Holy Spirit.

          The seven Spirits of God also bring attention to the fact of Christ’s Messianic fulfillment (Isa. 11:1-5). Revealingly, then, the Holy Spirit, the third personage of the one triune God, attests to the fact that the deity of Jesus Christ plays no small part in Sardis’ letter. Indeed, Christ possesses the seven Spirits of God, meaning, He is the Messiah—the Prince of Joy, of whom God anointed God above thy fellows or other humans (Psa. 45:7). God anointed God? Yes, by the Hebrew, “Elohim” anointed “Elohim,” or the supreme plural God anointed none other than the supreme plural God in the flesh, His Son: “Who hath ascended up into heaven, or descended? Who hath gathered the wind in his fists? Who hath bound the waters in a garment? Who hath established all the ends of the earth? What is his name, AND WHAT IS HIS SON'S NAME, if thou canst tell” (Pro. 30:4)?

Believe Not Every Spirit

Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world. Hereby know you the Spirit of God: Every spirit that confesseth that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is of God: And every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is not of God: and this is that spirit of antichrist, whereof ye have heard that it should come; and even now already is it in the world (1 John 4:1-3).

 

          Greek wise the word “Jesus” means “Joshua.” Basically, the name “Joshua” means, “Jehovah is salvation,” or “Jehovah saved.” Of course, the word “Christ” means the “anointed,” which in the Hebrew translates to the word “messiah.” When the words “Jesus Christ” are truly discerned, the real meaning of that name comes to light. In other words, the word “Jesus” (Jehovah is salvation) in union with the word “Christ” (the anointed) affirms that Jehovah God came in the flesh as Jesus Christ. So the many deceivers who deny “Jesus Christ is come in the flesh,” really deny that Jehovah God, that Savior (Isa. 43:11), came in human flesh as the Anointed God by God (Psa. 45:6-7; Heb. 1:8-9).

          Upon confronting the Pharisees Jesus said, “And he said unto them, You are from beneath; I am from above: you are of this world; I am not of this world. I said therefore unto you, that you shall die in your sins: for if you believe not that I am he, you shall die in your sins. Then said they unto him, Who art thou? And Jesus said unto them, Even the same that I said unto you from the beginning” (John 8:23-25). Now the Pharisees wanted to know who Jesus was, so Jesus told them exactly who He was when He said, “Even the same that I said unto you from the beginning”; meaning, I am the “I am he” from Heaven, the one “from above.”

          Who is Jesus? “See now that I, even I, am he . . .” (Deut. 32:39). Who is Jesus? “You are my witnesses, saith Jehovah, and my servant, whom I have chosen: that you may know and believe me, `and understand’ that I am he . . .” (Isa. 43:10). Who is Jesus? “Hearken unto me, O Jacob and Israel, my called; I am he; I am the first, I also am the last” (Isa. 48:12). Who is Jesus? He, Himself said, “Now I tell you before it come, that, when it is come to pass, you may believe that I am he” (John 13:19). Who is Jesus? He is the Lord of all—He is the first and the last, the Alpha and Omega of Scripture (Isa. 48:12; Rev. 1:8, 11). Who is Jesus? He is the “I am he” of Scripture. Furthermore, if anyone refuses to believe Him after being presented with the fullness of this truth, that person will die in his or her sins, just as many of the Pharisees did.                     

          Who is Jesus? He is the Almighty, the “which was” of Scripture. Simply, the Scripture speaks specifically of Jesus being the Almighty for the Father never was a “which was” (Rev. 1:8). Only Jesus Christ was dead in the grave and resurrected; only Jesus Christ was a “which was”; only Jesus Christ is the One “which is to come, the Almighty” (Rev. 1:8)! Indeed, never in Scripture is the Father coming! In sum, “God is not a man that He should lie (But a man who always spoke the truth.), nor the Son of man that He should repent” (Num. 23:19)—“Now I tell you before it come, that, when it is come to pass, you may believe that I AM HE” (John 13:19).

 

 

The Things Which Remain

 

Be watchful and strengthen the things WHICH REMAIN, that are ready to die: for I have not found thy works perfect before God (Rev. 3:2).

 

          Sardis has plenty of works, but they’re not perfect or complete before God. The only works that can be complete before God are the works cultivated and nourished by using His indwelt love. With all certainty, God perfects His love in us when we love others (1 John 4:12). Nevertheless, if works aren’t perfect before God, they’re not “worked in God,” or perfected by God’s power to love. Thus, here lie the works that aren’t “perfect before God” in Sardis’ letter (1 John 4:17).

          The works that aren’t “perfect before God,” are the works of wood, hay and stubble, the substitutes of faith, righteousness and brotherly love. Rightly so, wood, hay and stubble, all derive from false teaching and they burn easily. By comparison, the biblical works of gold: faith (1 Pet. 1:7), silver (righteousness: Pro. 10:20) and precious stones withstand the fire. Being purified, these alone are the works “which will remain” through the fire on That Day. Paul, in writing of the Day of the Lord, wrote:

 

For other foundation can no man lay than is laid, which is Jesus Christ. Now if any man build upon this foundation gold, silver, precious stones, wood, hay, stubble; every man’s work shall be made manifest: for the DAY SHALL DECLARE IT, because it shall be revealed by fire; and the fire shall try every man’s work of what sort it is (1 Cor. 3:11-13).

 

          Christians themselves are the biblical jewels of Scripture, or the precious stones that the Lord will make up in That Day (Mal. 3:17). In a strong sense, precious stones also symbolize brotherly love, the bonding and building of a lively Spiritual House (1 Pet. 2:5). Subsequently, the lively Spiritual House made of precious stones is a very bright facet of biblical “truth,” representing the use of Christ’s agape love for the brethren (John 3:21; Gal. 5:6-7; 1 John 2:10). Exactingly, then, Christ tells Sardis to “strengthen the things which remain,” meaning, strengthen the priceless components that will withstand the fire in That Day, which are brotherly love, genuine faith and right living, which includes the purity of God’s Word (Psa. 12:6). For these easily embody faith-to-faith, or using faith to obtain righteousness in every aspect of our lives.

          “The things which remain” are in jeopardy, because again, Sardis’ Christians have sought “another jesus,” coupled with another church or organization outside the living Church. They have accepted “another gospel” (Gal. 1:8), opposite of the Gospel of Christ. The fire tries every work for what sort it is, for THE DAY shall declare it. Thus, “the things which remain” in Sardis’ letter (that are ready to die), also attest to the existence of Sardis in the end-time, because exegetically (how a passage speaks for itself), it is only the Day of the Lord that will declare our works (“the things which remain”). By all accounts, Sardis doesn’t represent a Church stage, but a segment of the end-time living Church that desperately needs to exercise genuine faith and love in their Christian walk.

 

Remember therefore how thou hast RECEIVED AND HEARD, and hold fast, and repent... (Rev. 3:2).

 

          John the Apostle fostered the Church at Sardis. Afterward, historical Sardis rebelled from the Church and its teachings.[ii] Historical Sardis, just as all Christian converts of today, received and heard the Gospel from the living Church, which biblically, alone, owns the Great Commission of the Gospel. In essence, then, Christians within the Non-Christian Cults must remember how they received and heard the Gospel before breaking from the Church.

          Sardis’ mystery is unraveled. Surely, no believer can receive and HEAR from the Church and justifiably turn their back. Moreover, no believer can rightly surmise that the Church is apostate, and in turn join a Non-Christian Cult. Likewise, no believer can receive the foundation of Jesus Christ through the living Church, and successfully build another foundation upon it by introducing “another jesus.”

          The Church is not apostate Babylon, but the dynamic and diversified growing Body of Jesus Christ. And it is this same Church that Non-Christian Cults “continued not with,” by having itching ears that turned to fables (2 Tim. 4:3-4). Therefore, in considering the strong fact that historical Sardis didn’t receive and hear the written Word (The Bible was yet to be formed.), Sardis must remember how she “received and heard,” which again can only be from others, the living Church (1 Thess. 4:1). The same Church that the cults eventually went out from: “they went out from us” (1 John 2:19)! Note: The Sardis message also includes Christian Cults, especially those who condemn the living Body of Christ in strictly teaching a remnant true Church as solely their denomination, which is “Nicolaitism” run wild.

 

If therefore thou shalt not watch I will come on thee as a thief, and thou shalt not know what hour I will come upon thee (Rev. 3:3).

 

           If Sardis doesn’t watch, or participate in an active faith that works by agape love for others, Christ will come upon her as a thief, and she will “not know what hour I will come upon thee.” Contrasted, Christians who are spiritually alive will discern the prior night of That Day as it approaches, “But of the times and the seasons, brethren, you have no need that I write unto you” (1 Thess. 5:1).

 

Sardis’ Habitation

 

Many of Sardis’ Christians reside in the Church of Religious Science, the Unity School of Christianity, the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, the Baha’i Faith, the Latter-Day Saints of Jesus Christ,[1] the Church of Scientology, New Age, The Way Ministry, and a few radical segments of the Church of Christ.[2] All the above preach and teach “another jesus” other than the historical Jesus of the New Testament.[3] Besides denying the deity of Christ, or that God Himself became a man (the Messianic fulfillment of Christ), all these organizations and movements hold intimate ties to modern Gnosticism in teaching their so-called unique truths. Not so strangely, all the above have capitalized on so-called special truths that differ from the faith.[4] Now hordes of sincere and decent people exist within these organizations, yet the just shall live by faith in Jesus Christ, not by a form of goodness or morality, or by so-called special truths taught by modern-day Nicolaitans. Precisely so, the faithful are righteous because they have put their trust in the living Christ, and not the sects of religion.

          Oddly, some hold the unbiblical Doctrine of Reincarnation in Sardis. Foiling the validity of that view is the fact that humanity is appointed once to live, and after that the judgment (Heb. 9:27). Actually, the premise of biblical judgment severely conflicts with that of the Doctrine of Reincarnation. Now there is nothing new about the very old teaching of reincarnation, which by all rights is a salvation by works doctrine[5]originating from Hinduism.

          In Eastern Thought, Karma is the ultimate fate in the next life determined by one’s works in this life. By contrast, Christianity bases salvation upon faith in Jesus Christ (John 5:24). It is not of works, but the gift of grace: “He that has the Son has life; and he that has not the Son of God has not life” (1 John 5:12). It is that simple!

          In Christian bookstores, splendid books and pamphlets thoroughly refute and expose the false teaching of reincarnation for what it is. Today, reincarnation masquerades in many movements, including the New Age, where it is especially prevalent.

          Speaking of New Age, this widespread ideology has penetrated many groups and businesses all under the cloak of self-help groups. In addition, much of the time New Age cloaks itself in the garb of motivational and popular Human Potential Movements.[6]

          Others in Sardis fully hold the philosophy of God in all, meaning, to them, that everyone is divine. In dissension to this New Age teaching, our sin nature flatly contradicts that idea (Rom. 7:20; 1 John 3:8-10). For the sake of argument, Christians partake of the divine nature (2 Pet. 1:3-4), being the representatives of Christ’s Body here on Earth. In the Psalms, the Scripture refers to us as “gods” (Psa. 82:6). However, this is only because we have received the living words of God (John 10:34-35), not that we are becoming God, or that we are miniature duplicates of God. It remains, therefore, that Christ, even our divine God who indwells us, will always be a distinct entity from us. He alone is the Lord worthy of our adulation (Psa. 18:1-3). For which reason, Christians are monotheists, not polytheists or pantheists.

 

Thou hast a few names even in Sardis which have not defiled their garments; and they shall walk with me in white: for they are worthy (Rev. 3:4).[7]

 

          Looking for That Day, a few in Sardis will attend the Wedding Feast with the wise on time, for they have not soiled their garments by spurning real faith and love—“ . . . Blessed is he that watcheth and keepeth his garments . . .” (Rev. 16:15).

          All aren’t dead in today’s Sardis, and even the Lord, so it appears, is somewhat amazed: “even in Sardis.” Although their outward membership may remain in one organization or another, and this, for one reason or another (such as strong family ties; or to quietly witness by living the example), these “few” are genuinely alive Christians and will walk with Christ in white upon His Like Manner Return.

          In historical Sardis, however, there was only one Church to attend. Subsequently, the few who didn’t soil their garments esteemed the love of God and kept the faith.

 

Hold Fast and Repent

 

Sardis’ Christians are to “hold fast and repent” while remembering how they originally heard and received; meaning, again, that Sardis is to repent and accept the living Church and its true God. In doing this, Sardis is to hold fast to genuine faith that works by love, a deposit that only generates from the veritable, indwelt, triune God.

          Also eye-catching is the fact that the words “hold fast” characterize Sardis’ existence in the end-time. Appropriately so, Sardis is an end-time spiritual segment of the Church who is to “hold fast” in repentance until the coming of the Lord. If she fails to do so, she will be part of the remaining dead Body of Christ, surrounded by vultures (Luke 17:34-37).

          In their literature, the cults have taken a toll by skirting “the truth,” while seeming to be ministers of righteousness. Sadly, Sardis’ Christians are victims of those who readily counterfeit “the true light that shineth.” Paul wrote, “For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ. And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light. Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the ministers of righteousness; whose end shall be according to their works”[8] (2 Cor. 11:13-15).

          Christ didn’t die to save an isolated denomination, or a unique group of people; and this is what today’s Sardis needs to acknowledge in repentance: “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that WHOSOEVER believeth in him shall not perish, but have everlasting life” (John 3:16). Supplementing this very truth, “the just shall live by faith,” not by so-called true churches, and their various works. Actually, anyone who believes that God raised Christ from the grave in their heart, and confesses with their mouth the Lord Jesus—they will be saved (Rom. 10:9-10).

 

He that overcometh, the same shall be clothed in white raiment; and I will not blot out his name out of the book of life, but I will confess his name before my Father, and before his angels. He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches (Rev. 3:5-6).

 

          If Sardis wants to escape the adversity of the Great Tribulation, she must now get back into the ranks of the living Church. She must overcome by holding fast in repentance. Then, and only then, can Sardis also join the Wedding Feast and have their bodies adorned in white raiment upon Christ’s initial appearance. If not, the eventually saved of Sardis will come out of the Great Tribulation, washing their religious robes, as will foolish of the Church (Rev. 7:14-16).

          The Scribes believed (John 12:37-43). Still, they wouldn’t confess that Jesus was the manifested arm of Jehovah in the flesh.[9] In correlating their experience to Sardis’ letter, it’s plain to see that Christ wants to remind this segment of the Church of His deity, by promising to confess all to the Father and to the angels those who truly confess Him. Hence, in overcoming, Christ “will not blot out” the saved of Sardis from the Book of Life.

          As in all the letters, the name of the church signifies the uppermost topic of discussion. Here, the “Prince of Joy,” the meaning of Sardis’ name, is no exception. Once again, it draws attention to the deity of the Messiah, or to the One who was anointed with joy above His fellows (Psa. 45:7; Heb. 1:9).

          The name Sardis also means to “come out,” or as some say, the “escaping ones.”[iii] Germane to this understanding Sardis departed the living Church by accepting those who proclaim “true Church” rhetoric.

          In conclusion, the points singling out Sardis as denying Christ’s deity and the Church are several. First, Christ in this letter has the seven Spirits of God, for He is of the same essence, being the perfect sum of the Spirit—the only begotten Son—the messianic anointed of God. Second, Christ possesses the seven stars, which isn’t just symbolic of the seven angels of the seven churches, but the entire sum of all angels and their angelic messages to the total church.

          Third, the angels belong to Christ in this letter; later in this same letter, they belong to the Father. Fourth, the things “that are ready to die” as the Day of the Lord approaches, are genuine faith, love and righteousness, which historical Sardis experienced before she rebelled from the Church. Fifth, Sardis possesses a dual name in meaning, underscoring Christ’s deity and the fact of her escape from the Church. Now Sardis is to remember how she heard and received. As already conferred, we only receive and hear from others—the Great Commission of the Gospel solely belongs to the Church.

          Sixth is the biblical meaning of confessing the Lord, which, by Scriptural standard, is to concede Jesus’ rightful identity: the arm of Jehovah manifested to us in the flesh (Isa. 53:1; John 12:41-42). Seventh is Sardis’ reference in conjunction with the Book of Life. Once again, if any Christian holds a counterfeit god before our God, they risk blotting out of “his book.”(Exod. 32:31-33).

          In Sardis’ message, Christ has the authority to blot a person’s name out of the Book of Life, that is, if one should willfully sin after receiving the knowledge of the truth. In Sardis’ case, this would be to trust religion for salvation, more than the deity and person of our Lord. Surely, this is why Sardis must repent by experiencing the real Prince of Joy, who alone is the Anointed God of God (Psa. 45:7; Heb. 1:9). For it is only by a personal experience with the genuine historical Christ of the Bible,[10] that one can effectively watch in the coming night. [11]

 


 

 



[1] Although this Church supposedly believes that Christ is Jehovah of the Old Testament, their concept of God and how He began (teaching He was created and had a beginning) differs completely from the Word of God and orthodox Christianity. Undoubtedly, they have “another jesus,” which is not the “Self-Existent Eternal One” (the Hebrew meaning of Yahweh or Jehovah).

[2] Those sects affiliated with the Church of Christ denying the Lord’s deity.

[3] The organizations indicated in this critique don’t illuminate the entirety of Sardis’ habitation, just the bulk of it.

[4] Historically, Gnosticism was in the world when John penned his letters (1 John 4:3).

[5] Known as Karma in the Buddhist religion

[6] Human Potential Teachings typically derive from Universalism; again, a belief that all religions represent the path, and hold the same destiny for the soul.

[7] To walk with Christ in white is literally to be redeemed as a result of Christ’s redemptive walking as our High Priest amid the Church (Rev. 2:1).

[8] According to their works? Again, the false works of religiosity (wood, hay and stubble) burn easily.

[9] A person’s arm is descriptive of the One who owns the arm.

[10] The Reformation Church never denied the deity of Christ in the context of receiving and hearing. To the contrary, the Reformation Church was a progressive and worthy Church in breaking from Catholic traditional teaching, even though they barely had the Word of God. Thus, Sardis doesn’t represent the Reformation Church as a stage of church history as some teach, but an end-time segment of today’s Church. In sync, Sardis, unlike the Reformation Church, needs repentance—lest their names be erased from the Book of Life.

 

[11] Note: If we visualize the seven stars in Christ’s right hand (Rev. 1:10, 20; 2:1), obviously the Lord is walking amidst the churches at nighttime on the Lord’s Day beginning (Rev. 1:10, 2:1)—in sync, the Night-trib View. Watch therefore!

                                                                        



[i] Packer, Tenney, White. The Bible Almanac. (Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1980).

 

 

[ii] Matthew Henry et al. The Bethany Parallel Commentary. (Minneapolis: Bethany House Publishers, 1983).

 

[iii] Dwight Pentecost. Things to Come. (Grand Rapids, MI: Academie Books/Zondervan Publishing House, 1964).

 

 

 

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Moreover, if the chapter division is removed between 1st Thessalonians 4 & 5, we don’t see an at-once pre-trib Rapture, but a return of Jesus Christ within the Day of the Lord, which in that passage, Paul describes as the birth pangs of That Day, or the Tribulation period mentioned by our Lord (Matt. 24:8). Additionally, we immediately behold the "times and seasons," and Christians are then told to watch (1 Thess. 5:6). Yet the world will face "sudden destruction," which in the Greek means "inescapable destruction," and this, as the Day progresses until the Second Coming dawn (2nd Pet. 1:19). Then, at that time God, who is Christ, returns with all of those who sleep in Jesus, and "all His saints" (1 Thess. 3:13, 4:14; Jude vs. 14).

 

 

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