Experience Pastor Tim's take on what the Word has to say about the 2020 worldwide pandemic.
From Tim about His New Book:
What does the Bible say about the tumultuous times in which we live?
Can we expect things to get better . . . or to get worse?
The Book of Revelation and other prophetic books remind us that one day this life as we know it is coming to an end - whether it comes by way of death or the Lord's return - it will end.
In years past, we often heard sermons that were not simply pointing us to our final destination, rather they were our motivation in this life. Knowing that someday we will all stand before God serves as a powerful incentive to obey God completely and consistently.
Many have asked recently if the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic is prophetic and if I believe the end is near. My answer is yes and yes, because I am almost certain that this is all about to wrap up. Things are intensifying in unprecedented expedience, and I pray that we are all waiting in anticipation.
Scripture provides us a timeline of events that signal that the end is coming soon.
1. The Church Age
2. The Rapture of the Church
3. The Tribulation
4. The Second Coming of Jesus Christ
5. The Millennium
6. The Great White Throne Judgment
7. New Heavens and New Earth
Follow along as I lead you through each of these Biblical timeline events. -Pastor Tim
Reverend Tim R. Barker is the Superintendent of the South Texas District of the Assemblies of God which is headquartered in Houston, Texas.
He is a graduate of Southwestern Assemblies of God University and received his Doctorate of Ministry Degree from West Coast Seminary.
By virtue of his district office, Reverend Barker is a member of the District's Executive Presbytery; the General Presbytery of the General Council of the Assemblies of God, Springfield, Missouri; the Executive Board of Regents for Southwestern Assemblies of God University, Waxahachie, Texas; and SAGU-American Indian College, Phoenix, Arizona. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Pleasant Hills Children's Home, Fairfield, Texas, as well as numerous other boards and committees.
Reverend Barker's unique style of pulpit ministry and musical background challenges the body of Christ, with an appeal that reaches the generations.
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