Post Millennialism Is Fun!


How have we, as believers in Yahusha HaMashiac, gone so long without being in focus? We’ve endured a dubious end-time perspective that is short sighted and ominously terminal.

We have long thought the kingdom of heaven will begin at the time of the Messiah’s second coming, visibly and in awesome judgement. But that way of thinking completely contradicts what Yeshua said:

And having been asked by the Pharisees when the reign of Elohim would come, He answered them and said, “The reign of Elohim does not come with intent watching.

That last phrase is variously translated as: outward show, visible display, something observable. The ERV says, “in such a way that can be seen with the eyes.” It’s hard to think of words clearer than that. The kingdom of heaven’s arrival will not be sudden, sensational, or overwhelming.

Nevertheless, the reign of Elohim/Alahim is advancing. It is “coming.”

I’ve already delt with this topic in a previous blog, My Latest Paradigm Shift: Preterism. There I referred to what our Master Yahusha said prophetically in Matthew 24; “Truly, I say to you, this generation shall by no means pass away until all this takes place.” This prophecy was fulfilled in 70 AD. Hence the great tribulation has come and gone, and the kingdom of heaven emerging ever since.

My friends, this paradigm shift is truly momentous, and we need to take hold of it. It will refocus our vision, renew our hearts and minds, and motivate us as never before.

For Elohim did not send His Son into the world to judge the world, but that the world through Him might be saved.

Post millennialism is an important theological shift. But it’s more. It’s a return to historical Christianity. From the 1st century onward, it was believed the preaching of the Gospel would transform the world. As the Messiah reigns from heaven, there will be no end to the increase of his government. Eventually, all the nations will be a footstool for his feet. Yahusha HaMashiac is already King of kings and Master of masters.

How different from expecting a great tribulation first, and the Messiah’s non-ruling absence until his “second coming.” That view is called Dispensationalism and is unbiblical despite being widely taught for over a century.

I’m amazed and you will be too by the video below. One of the witnesses, Doug Wilson, says post-millennialism is fun. What a good attitude! Please watch it to the end where he explains. It’s a long video; but professional, polished, and enjoyable to watch.


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