The Great Tribulation
The Great Tribulation
Isaiah 24-27; Jeremiah 30; Daniel 9, 12; Matthew 24-25; Revelation 4-20
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Wednesday Evening Service,  June 29, 2011

From time to time we witness amazing catastrophes upon the earth, from wild fires, to floods, violent tornadoes, hurricanes, earth quakes, tsunamis, pandemics, wars, and many other disasters. But these events are mere tremors compared to the Great Tribulation prophesied in Scripture. The Bible speaks of a time of unprecedented angst and destruction that will shake the foundations of the planet and kill literally billions of people. What is the significance of this time of great trouble? Do these Scriptures foretell real events or figurative? In this study we will read through several passages which foretell the Great Tribulation, look at various views on how to interpret the Tribulation, and finally answer the question, “What shall we do?” in light of the Bible’s teaching.

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