Bible Study Course Lesson 5: Is There Hope for Human Survival?

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Many threats to human survival play prominent roles in prophecies in the Bible.

As we will see in this lesson, many of these threats to human survival play prominent roles in prophecies in the Bible.

Many people assume that Bible prophecy is all bad news. But the Bible is also clear that both bad news and good news lie ahead.

Humankind has long found intriguing the idea of somehow knowing the future.

Jesus begins with a sobering warning: Do not allow yourself to be deceived! Many people are familiar with Jesus Christ's Olivet Prophecy.

Besides massive religious deception, what other conditions did Jesus Christ predict would envelop the world at the end of our age?

Jesus said that events leading up to His return would take most people by surprise. They will be like people in Noah's day who continued their daily routines thinking life would go on as usual.

Although the Bible is clear that no one will know the exact time of Christ's return, both Jesus and Paul said that Christ's followers should be able to recognize the signs leading to it.

The book of Revelation—a revealing of the future—is history written in advance.

What is the major source of the widespread spiritual blindness that prevents people from understanding God's truth?

Before Jesus Christ can transform the world through the Kingdom of God, he must first remove Satan's poisonous influence from humanity.

God in His Word gives us a broad outline and sequence of prophetic events.

The story flow of the book of Revelation.

Chapter Outline of the Book of Revelation

What was Jesus Christ's purpose? Why did He come to earth? Why will He come again?

A brief summary of definitions for words used in this lesson.

These questions are intended as a study aid, to spur further thought on the concepts discussed in this lesson and to help you apply them on a personal level.