Truth Vs. Fiction | By Evangelist John L. Bray (Biblical Perspectives Newsletter)

Evangelist John L. BrayTruth Vs. Fiction
By Evangelist John L. Bray
Biblical Perspectives Newsletter

© Copyright 2003

IN THE AUGUST 2003 edition of Pre-Trib Perspectives, edited by Dr. Thomas Ice and Dr. Tim LaHaye, there are two or three statements that to me seem rather odd.

First, in the article, Jesus’ Description of the Great Tribulation, Dr. LaHaye makes this statement: Continue reading

Bible Prophecy Seminar – by Evangelist John L. Bray June 29 – July 2 1997

bible prophecyBible Prophecy Seminar
by Evangelist John L. Bray
June 29 – July 2 1997

Evangelist John L. Bray

Bible Prophecy Seminar, by Evangelist John L. Bray, has taken place in the year 1997…June 29 – July 2 1997.

Five messages that he delivered are as followed…

  1. The Last DaysVLC Media Player OR RealPlayer
  2. Matthew 24
  3. Israel In Bible Prophecy
  4. The Book of Revelation
  5. The Millennium

Here is a small clip of one of his messages which hopefully will get you wanting to hear even more. Small Clip Audio

The “Coming Again” of Jesus in John 14 – by Evangelist John L. Bray

Evangelist John L. BrayThe “Coming Again” of Jesus in John 14
by Evangelist John L. Bray

 

“Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me. In my Father’s house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself, that where I am, there you may be also” (John 14:1-3). Continue reading

The Pre-Tribulation Rapture Teaching – by Evangelist John L. Bray


Evangelist John L. Bray
The Pre-Tribulation Rapture Teaching

by Evangelist John L. Bray

Most dispensationalists believe there will be a future seven years of tribulation period after the Rapture and before Jesus comes to the earth, a concept that was unheard of before the early 1800s. In fact, the idea of such a tribulation period consisting of seven years has only one source in the Bible, and that is the prophecy of Daniel’s 70 weeks in Daniel 9:23-24, and that passage says nothing in the world about a Rapture, a second coming of Christ, or even a tribulation period in our time. Everything predicted in Daniel 9:23-24 came to completion by the time of the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70, as can plainly be seen by anyone reading the passage with an unprejudiced mind. There is just no way it can be made to apply to a situation many hundreds and even thousands of years away from that time, for that would do away with the very idea of God’s prediction of how long it would take for those things to occur. The exact time was spelled out. Continue reading

Were Elijah and Enoch Raptured to Haven? | Evangelist John L. Bray

Where Elijah and Enoch Raptured | Evangelist John L. BrayWere Elijah and Enoch Raptured to Heaven?
Evangelist John L. Bray
(c) June 5, 2000 (Newsletter)

Were Elijah and Enoch Raptured to Haven? | Elijah enoch

Were Elijah and Enoch Raptured to Heaven?
Or did they die like the rest of humanity?

“And no man hath ascended up to heaven,
but he that came down from heaven,
even the Son of man which is in heaven.”
(John 3:13) KJV

In answering the above question, we need first of all to ask whether or not Jesus told the truth when He said,

“And no man hath ascended up to heaven, but he that came down from heaven, even the Son of man which is in heaven.” (John 3:13) KJV

Here Jesus said that NO man had ascended up to heaven. So we must believe that at that time no man had ever gone to heaven; no one had ever been there but Jesus Himself.

What then, is the answer in regard to Elijah and Enoch, who are believed by many to have been taken up to heaven? Continue reading