Preparation for the End Time - MALAYALAM

Preparation for the End Time - MALAYALAM / Malayalam

Surely we now are living in “the end of the days” (Dan. 12:13). But while we do not know when the end—climaxing with the second coming of Jesus—will come, we don’t need to know. We need to know only that it will come, and that when it does, we must be prepared. How should we prepare? Perhaps the best answer is found in this text: “As you therefore have received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in Him” (Col. 2:6, NKJV). In other words, with so many world events, so many headlines, and so many theories about end times, it’s easy to get diverted, to focus too much on the things that we think are leading to Christ’s coming instead of on Christ Himself, who alone is the key to our preparation. The main focus of this Bible study is on Jesus, but in the context of the last days and how to be prepared for them. Yes, we need to look at historical dates, at world events, and at history itself because the Bible talks about all of these things in relation to the end. But even in this context, the Bible talks about Jesus Himself, who He is, what He has done for us, what He does in us, and what He will do when He does return. Christ and Him crucified must be the center of our faith; or, as Paul said: “For I determined not to know anything among you except Jesus Christ and Him crucified” (1 Cor. 2:2, NKJV). After all, the more we focus on Jesus, the more we become like Him, and the more we obey Him, the more prepared we will be for all that awaits us. This holds true both in the immediate future and in the end, the day when we do enter the “place” that Jesus has prepared for those who love Him.

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April 22, 2018

Christians emphasize not only what Jesus taught but what He did, because what Christ did provides the only means by which we are saved. Christ’s incarnation in human flesh (Rom. 8:3), His death on the cross (Rom. 5:8), His resurrection (1 Pet. 1:3) and His ministry in heaven (Heb. 7:25)—these acts alone are what saves us. It’s certainly not anything in ourselves. This wonderful truth is especially important for us amid the perils and deceptions of the last days.

April 15, 2018

The New Testament is directly tied to the Old. Time and time again the Gospels and the Epistles either refer to events in the Old Testament or quote directly or indirectly from it. The same thing can be said for the book of Revelation. Indeed, it’s all but impossible to make sense of the book of Revelation apart from the Old Testament, especially the book of Daniel. This is one reason why we often study both books together. A crucial aspect of those Old Testament references in Revelation is that, taken together with the rest of the book, they reveal Jesus. Revelation is all about Jesus, about who He is, about what He has done for His people, and about what He will do for us at the end of time. Of necessity, any focus on last-day events must keep Jesus front and center, exactly what the book of Revelation does.

April 08, 2018

The Israel nation didn’t live up to the holy calling that God had given it. Eventually, it even went into captivity in Babylon. God was still able to use individual Judeans to be His witnesses, despite the disaster of captivity. God would accomplish through Daniel and his three fellow captives what He did not achieve through Israel and Judah. Yes, their stories unfold in a time and place far removed from the last days. But we can still find traits and characteristics in these men that can serve as models for us, a people who not only live in the end time but who are called to be witnesses about God to a world that, like the pagans in the Babylonian court, does not know Him.


Jose Prakash
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