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All Saved During Millenuim

Do all who live during the Millenuim get saved or do some fall into the snare of Satan when he is released?

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The answer is>>> Some will fall into the snare of Satan. I will tell you why. Because the heart of man is desperately wicked. Incurably so. Man is totally depraved. The loosing of Satan at the end of 1000 years proves it. Note: Outwardly they will conform, but inwardly they will despise.>>The ideal conditions of the Kingdom under the personal reign of Christ, do not change the human heart. This is why Satan is released.
---catherine on 9/26/07

The rest of this:>>>Finally, at the end of the Millennium, the world will be offered for the first time in ten centuries "A choice, and not an Echo". Millions will make a foolish and fatal choice.>>>And fire came down from God out of Heaven, and devoured them. The end. Not really.
---catherine on 9/26/07

Ed, I, readers on this website, have a choice, believe Rev.1:1-3,->, or believe you. I believe Echad/God's WORD, Rhema & Logos!

Christ's Church leaves with His Holy Spirit as The Bride Of Christ/Church is removed from earth prior to the tribulation period/Jacob's Trouble. Matt.25th chapter is not 'The Great White Throne Judgement, but the separating of wheat from tares & goats from sheep [Tribulation Saints]. "Go, [read] again"!
---bob_[Elishama]_6749 on 9/25/07

Opinions vary on how to interpret this period. Some believe much of the world will be converted.
---catherine on 9/24/07

2Thess1:7 And to you who are troubled rest with us, when the Lord Jesus shall be revealed from heaven with his mighty angels,

8 In flaming fire taking vengeance on them that know not God, and that obey not the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ:

9 Who shall be punished with everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord, and from the glory of his power,
---steven-rem7000 on 9/16/07

A "millenial" reign of Christ is really an error in how the churches interpret Revelation 20,2-7. The thousand years refers to the "church age" where God was utilizing the church to bring the Gospel. 2 Thess 2 speaks of the churches falling away and satan takes control of them-the Holy Spirit leaves. This marks the beginning of the Great Tribualtion (Matthew 24). When Christ does return, all of His elect will be with Him forever.
---Ed_from_IL on 9/15/07

1,000 earth years are still 1,000 earth years as long as this earth remains [cp.33Jeremiah 1-3,19-21,25-26, 20Rev.1-10].

These scriptures among others should answer both questions of time, & being ensnared by the evil one during Messiah/Christ's Millenium reign.

Where else will we rule with him [1,000] years, Heaven [Rev.5:1-*10]?

---bob_[Elishama]_6749 on 9/11/07

Well Jack either you will be suprised by an earthly millinial reign or we who believe there is one will be suprised if there isn't one.
---betty8468 on 9/9/07

There is no literal earthly Millennium.

TWICE, in Psalm 90 (Heb) and 2 Peter 3:8 (in context of the last things), God warns us that He doesn't reckon 1000 years as we do.

So suddenly the THIRD time, in the most figurative, symbolical, pictorial book of the Bible they become 1000 years as recokend on a fallen earth?

Makes no sense to me.
---Jack on 9/8/07

The millennia reign of Christ will include the overcomer, believers who died before His second advent and all who died in Christ, which will consist of all who died prior to His first advent. For these would have had no opportunity to hear the gospel of Christ, nor the privilege of embracing the Father's word of salvation through the atoning sacrifice of Jesus, or to acknowledge and confess Him as Lord. However all raised in the first resurrection will still be subject to death, ...Cont.
---joseph on 9/7/07

Pt.2...with the exception of the overcomer who had not worshipped the beast or received His mark and those who were beheaded for the witness of Jesus and the word of God. For not all of those raised from a physical death will acknowledge, confess and embrace Jesus as the Lord of their salvation, despite the fact that the deceiver is bound during the millennium. As a result they will be deceived when Satan is released from His prison. These will represent the army that encompasses the saints of God...Cont.
---joseph on 9/7/07

Pt.3 do battle, as well as the spiritually dead that will stand before the Great Throne of Judgement just prior to the rest of the physically and spiritually dead being raised. After the sea, the grave and death give up it's dead, all are judged, with the exception of the martyrs and overcomer, out of those things written in the books according to their works. And whosoever is not found written in the book of life are casted into the lake of fire and consumed along with Satan and His Beast.
---joseph on 9/7/07

You can find the answer in the book of Revelation. The purpose of the battle of Armeggdon is to overthrow the throng who rebels against God and His Annointed during the millenium. This will be a real war against real people, not merely a spiritual war against demons. This is referred to in Revelation ch. 20:1-9
---tommy3007 on 9/7/07

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