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    Ariel Ministries
    http://www.ariel.org

    Questions & Answers
    http://www.ariel.org/qa.htm

    Fruit from the Frucht
    http://www.ariel.org/ffruit.htm

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    The Sequence of Pretribulational Events
    by Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

    Are we living in the last days? Invariably, the answer is: Yes! But when asked, How do we know?, the answers tend to be rather general and based on present-day crises, particularly on those current events affecting the United States. In this area, many "newspaper exegetes" have had a field day proclaiming almost every major, world event to be a partial fulfillment of prophecy and another proof that these are, indeed, the last days. However, this is a very dangerous practice. Prophecy must first be determined from the Scriptures and then applied to current events rather than taking current events and forcing them to fit some kind of scriptural passage. Only after one's eschatology has been developed exegetically from the Scriptures should current events be taken into account to determine if any are fulfilling prophecy. And only if the current events fit the demands of Scripture perfectly are these events to be identified as a fulfillment of prophecy.

    Nevertheless, we know that we are living in the last days, because certain pretribulational events have been fulfilled.

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    • #3
      Events Leading up to the Tribulation
      by Arnold Fruchtenbaum

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        The Use of the Old Testament in the Book of Revelation

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          The Arab States in Prophecy
          by Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

          In dealing with the root of the conflict, we are concerned with two key individuals in Genesis—Ishmael and Esau. In Genesis 12:1-3, we have the origin of the Jewish people. The origins of the Arab peoples is found in Genesis 12:10-20, which might also be called "Abraham’s folly." Knowing that the Egyptian Pharaoh would likely kill him to gain his wife, Sarah, Abraham passed her off as his sister. His wife was taken from him and placed into the Pharaoh’s harem. Dealing with Abraham as Sarah’s brother and, thus, her official guardian, Pharaoh gave to Abraham the bride price (verse 16). Among the things Abraham gained in Egypt, in exchange for Sarah, were a number of maid-servants. Although Egypt and the Pharaoh had to give Sarah back to Abraham, he is allowed to keep all the gifts of the bride price. He brings all of these things, including maid-servants, back into the Land of Canaan. With the mention of "maid-servants," we have the origin of the Arab peoples. One of these Egyptian maid-servants, Hagar, will join with Abraham to parent a majority of the Arab states as we have them today.

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            The Arab States in Prophecy
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              The Basis of the Second Coming of the Messiah
              by Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

              As we begin examining the conditions and prerequisites to Messiah’s Second Coming, it is crucial to remember that the Scriptures picture His return as a separate and distinct event from the Rapture. Unlike the Second Coming of Christ to the earth, the Rapture of the Church has no preconditions attached to it. We know from the Word that it will come sometime before the Tribulation, although we do not know when or how long before. And because there are no preconditions attached to it, the Rapture can come at any time.

              The Second Coming of Yeshua, however, does have a major precondition attached to it. A certain condition must be met before Christ will return to establish the Kingdom. The purpose of this study is to determine what the basis of the Second Coming of Christ is. But before we can fully understand the basis of His coming, we must first understand what occurred when Jesus’ Messiahship was rejected.

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