Tonight’s subject is “The Last Days.” One would from the title think that we are prophesying the end of the world, but we are not. Man thinks that history is moving towards an inevitable climax of good in this world, but that climax has already occurred.
In the words “It is finished,” the new age has been entered and men, individually, are entering the new age. So when we speak of the last days—the last days of the individual when he leaves this world of sin and death and enters the new age called the kingdom of heaven—there are definite events in the life of the individual that bring him from this age into that age.
It’s difficult for man dwelling here to believe that everything that is taking place now has always taken place. He can’t believe it. The most disputed book in the Bible is Ecclesiastes: “What has been is what will be, and what has been done is what will be done; and there is nothing new under the sun. Is there a thing of which it is said, ‘See, this is new’? It has been already, in ages before us. But there is no remembrance of former things, nor will there be any remembrance of things to come among those who will come after” (1:9-11).
That is the most difficult thing for man to grasp, for he sees nothing but progress. He sees that today we have things that we have no memory that ever in the history of man they ever heard of, ever conceived of it. We speak of nuclear energy and we speak of, well, light. Just a century ago, we didn’t have it, this we didn’t have, and these things are completely new to us. Scripture teaches us it is not new. It is all part of a closed circuit, a play that moves within a wheel, but man has very short memories and he can’t remember that this thing ever happened before. We are told in the same Ecclesiastes, “I saw all the people that move about under the sun, as well as the second youth, who is to stand in his place; there was no end to all the people; he was over all.
Yet those who will come after will not rejoice in him” (4:15). Now we turn to the New, the Book of Hebrews, “In many and various ways God spoke of old to our fathers by the prophets; but in these last days he has spoken to us by a Son” (1:1). Now, the word son has no article in the Greek.
The writer is not saying that God revealed himself in one who is a son among many sons, but in “sonship.”
And man has completely gone astray in the interpretation of this passage…well, the interpretation of the entire book. For the New Testament writers identified the Spirit of Christ who controlled their lives with the Spirit of Jehovah who inspired the prophets…the identical being. They do not discriminate between the two; they are one…the Spirit of Christ and the Spirit of Jehovah.
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