Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his discussion of how those who came to faith in the Messiah after his crucifixion, the church, now share in Israel's blessing. Dr. Johnson explains the difference between Hebrew salvation as an individual and as a nation.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on the relationship of the Jewish and Gentile believers recorded in Acts and God's plan to save believers all over the world.
The Course of this Age
Matthew 13:24-30 & 36-43
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his discussion of the church age in God's plan of redemption. Dr. Johnson expounds Christ's parable of the wheat and the tares and its illustration of how God's plans and truth are revealed.
The Course of World Empire, part I
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on the "Gentile" perspective of God's plan as it is revealed in world history. This first part expounds world history as symbolized by the Babylonian king's dream as revealed to the Prophet Daniel.
The Course of World Empire, part II
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson concludes his exposition of Daniel's interpretation of the vision of Gentile world domination.
Prophecy of the 70 Sevens, part I
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson comments on the era set forth in Daniel as the times of the Gentiles, including the group of years known as the Great Tribulation.
Prophecy of the 70 Sevens, part II
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson completes a two-part study on the group of years ordained by God as the times of the Gentiles. Dr. Johnson explains the historical events which designate the beginning of the period.
Concluding Thoughts on Daniel
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson ends an exposition on the prophecy of Daniel as part of his series on the divine purpose in history and prophecy. Dr. Johnson provides an in depth mathematical analysis of how the "seventy weeks" in Daniel's vision apply over the course of history with the first and second comings of the Messiah.
The Covenants Consummated
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the Scriptures which record how God's promises are fulfilled at the return of Christ.
The Kingdom of the 1000 Years
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson concludes his exposition on the divine purpose of history and prophecy with commentary on the establishment of Christ's kingdom on earth.