Why is it important to preach Bible prophecy? Find out with guest Jimmy Phillips on the show Christ in Prophecy.
Air Date: February 4, 2018
Dr. Reagan: Our special guest on Christ in Prophecy today is an evangelist named Dr. Jimmy Phillips who has been preaching Bible prophecy for 70 years all over the world. Stay tuned for a fascinating interview full of insights about God’s prophetic Word.
Dr. Reagan: Greetings in the name of Jesus, our Blessed Hope, and welcome to Christ in Prophecy. My colleague, Nathan Jones and I have as our very special guest today evangelist Jimmy Phillips from Amarillo, Texas.
Nathan Jones: In 2017 Dr. Phillips completed 70, count them 70 years of evangelistic work since he preached his very first sermon in 1947 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Since that time he has preached in over 50 nations all over the world. Welcome, Dr. Phillips, great to have you on the program.
Dr. Phillips: Hey, it is my pleasure.
Dr. Reagan: Yes, Brother, we’re glad to have you.
Dr. Phillips: My pleasure to be here. Thank you.
Dr. Reagan: You know folks, on the 70th anniversary of Dr. Phillips’ ministry the Amarillo, Texas newspaper ran a feature story about him and his ministry. And in the interview he gave them he described his pre-Christian days as, “Traveling in rodeos, sleeping in horse trailers, and chasing girls.” He got saved at age 17 at a revival in Tulsa, Oklahoma and he set out immediately to share the Good News of Jesus with others. Now, he didn’t have a car so he hitchhiked everywhere he was invited to preach. He told the newspaper, and I quote him, he said, “I didn’t have a car, I had a guitar, I had an amplifier, an old grey suitcase. And I would tape the name of the city that I was going to on the side of the suitcase and just set it on the side of the highway and wait for a ride.” And oh, brother, did the Lord ever take him for a ride. Since that time as, Nathan, said he has preached in 50 different countries including Korea where he preached at what was then the world’s largest church. Dr. Phillips amidst all this frenetic activity of traveling all over the world did you ever have time to get married?
Dr. Phillips: Well, fortunately I did. I met a beautiful lady named Joyce, I call her Sweet Joyce. The Lord brought us together and we had a beautiful marriage of many years.
Dr. Reagan: And she sang at your meetings didn’t she?
Dr. Phillips: Yes. She sang at my meetings all over the world even though the song couldn’t be interpreted but they understood the spirit of the song.
Dr. Reagan: Yes. And she went home to the Lord recently?
Dr. Phillips: She went with the Lord, she went to Heaven three years ago.
Dr. Reagan: Ok.
Dr. Phillips: And I miss her very much. But she traveled with me many places in the world.
Nathan Jones: Well, tell us about how you ended up preaching at the largest church in the world? I love that story you told it earlier, and I am sure they’d love to hear it as well.
Dr. Phillips: Well, it is incredible. I’m not given to visions or dreams, Nathan. I’m not trying to be sensational but I did have a dream early one morning about 4:00, 4:30 in the morning that I was in a hotel coffee shop and Dr. Paul Yungi Cho the pastor of the largest church in the entire world, of any denomination he came into that coffee shop. I went over and sat down beside him, and had a cup of coffee with him, and he invited me to his church. Now, Sweet Joyce and I talked about that. We were drinking coffee about 7 o’clock in the morning we laughed about it. He has 10,000 associate pastors.
Nathan Jones: 10,000?
Dr. Phillips: And many of them have never preached once at his church in a lifetime. And so we thought it was—I thought it was a joke, but that dream kept coming back to me, the sensation of it during the daytime. And lo and behold one week later I was sitting in a hotel coffee shop in Sacramento, California. I gave thanks for my food. I looked up and the same man that was in my dream walked through those glass doors.
Nathan Jones: Wow! Dr. Cho, huh?
Dr. Reagan: In Sacramento, California.
Dr. Phillips: I thought I was hallucinating with all this travel. The same man! And when he came in it was crowded but there were about 10 empty chairs, they seated him over there. So, I kept looking at him. And I thought, well, you know that is the same man that was in my dream. So being the shy person that I am I stood up and went over to his table to introduce myself to him. I said, “Is your name Cho?” He stood up and said, “Yes, I’m Paul Yungi Cho, pastor of Central Full Gospel Church in Seoul, Korea.”
Nathan Jones: That’s a million member church now?
Dr. Phillips: They had 750,000 members at that time.
Nathan Jones: That’s huge.
Dr. Phillips: Today they have 1 million members. Not a denomination. Not a group of churches. One church. By far the largest church in the world.
Nathan Jones: And you got to talk to him.
Dr. Phillips: I got to talk to him. He asked me to sit down and drink some coffee just like in the dream. So his body guards started coming in that is why there were vacant chairs. You see he could influence the national election with the members that he has and subservient as the oriental people are. So, he—I didn’t want to pressure him along so I just reached into my pocket, handed him a business card. And before Christmas of that year, that was in October, before Christmas that year I received a letter from him inviting me to come preach in his church. The next October Sweet Joyce and I were on that platform. Dr. Lee who is now the senior pastor of the church interpreted for me, and he was Billy Graham’s official interpreter. He interpreted for me, and Sweet Joyce sat in Dr. Cho’s chair on the pulpit.
Nathan Jones: How many sermons did you have to give? How many services?
Dr. Phillips: I just preached that one for five services that day.
Nathan Jones: And how many people per service?
Dr. Phillips: I preached to 50,000 live bodies.
Nathan Jones: Wow! 50,000.
Dr. Phillips: 50,000 and somebody took a picture of people that were outside, and there were 20,000 people trying to get in while I was preaching.
Nathan Jones: Well, praise the Lord. Praise the Lord. Now, how did you get into Bible prophecy? Because you have been a Bible prophecy ministry for 70 years, is that always been the case? What got you excited about it?
Dr. Phillips: You know, Nathan, I have always preached some Bible prophecy. But for the last 40 years I have concentrated on eschatology which is a full-time thing with me I study it every day in Bible prophecy, and I’m preaching Bible prophecy every week. So, it is exciting thinking that we are living in the season of the Rapture of the Church, and the Second Coming of Christ which are two different things. And it is exciting to know that, and we need to reach this world while we can because the Rapture of the Church is imminent.
Dr. Reagan: So, are you saying to me that at age 87 you are still going strong teaching and preaching Bible prophecy?
Dr. Phillips: I’m going strong. Very strong.
Dr. Reagan: And my understanding is that you have a meeting once a month at a hotel in Amarillo where you teach Bible prophecy and you have people from all kinds of churches there. And then you also teach at your own church on Sunday mornings, the church that you attend, right?
Dr. Phillips: That is correct Dr. Reagan. I have this Bible prophecy seminar the first Monday of every month at a hotel ballroom. And then I’m teaching a class on Bible prophecy.
Dr. Reagan: Well, let me ask you this: You’ve been teaching Bible prophecy for 70 years and I imagine you’ve been saying for 70 years the Lord is coming soon. What do you say to a person who comes up to you and says, “Now, look, Dr. Phillips, you’ve been preaching for 70 years Jesus is about to return, and He hasn’t returned. So, what’s the deal?”
Dr. Phillips: Yeah, what’s the deal? Well, the deal is I preach it first of all because the Bible teaches it.
Nathan Jones: Amen.
Dr. Phillips: And the Bible is inerrant. The Bible is without mistakes. And the holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Spirit. So, I preach it because the Bible teaches it. But also the convergence of the signs that we have today point to the Rapture of the Church.
Nathan Jones: Yes.
Dr. Phillips: And by the way I might mention there is a big misunderstanding, there is nothing in the Bible about the signs for the Rapture, but there are many signs for the Second Coming of Jesus which is the revelation seven years after the Rapture. And but we are seeing birth pains, and we are seeing a prelude of all that in the signs of the Second Coming of Jesus.
Nathan Jones: That makes you want to proclaim it to everybody, huh?
Dr. Phillips: That’s right.
Nathan Jones: Just like us.
Dr. Phillips: And that makes me a Pre-Tribulationist.
Nathan Jones: Yes.
Dr. Reagan: Why do you believe there are so many different views of end time Bible prophecy?
Dr. Phillips: I think there are a lot of views of end time Bible prophecy because 10,220 chapters in the Bible were prophetic at the time they were written. And many people don’t really study Bible prophecy. That is why a lot of preachers never preach on Bible prophecy, it takes a lot of work. It is hard work.
Nathan Jones: It does. You have to study.
Dr. Phillips: And but 28% of the entire Bible was prophetic at the time that it was written.
Dr. Reagan: Well, you made a good point there Dr. Phillips, quite often preachers will say to me, “I’m not Pre-Millennial. I’m not Post-Millennial. I am Pan-Millennial, I just believe it will all work out in the end.” Now, to me what that person is saying to me is I’m too lazy to study it.
Dr. Phillips: Absolutely. That’s what its saying.
Dr. Reagan: Because it does take some study.
Dr. Phillips: It takes work, it takes study. I study an hour or so a day.
Dr. Reagan: I think the reason there are so many different views is because of the tendency of people to spiritualize prophecy, and say “Well, it doesn’t really mean what it says, now let me tell you what it means.” And then they start spiritualizing it. I think another reason that there are so many different views is I grew up in a church that never studied the Old Testament. How can you understand New Testament prophecy if you don’t know Old Testament prophecy?
Dr. Phillips: That’s right.
Dr. Reagan: I mean Daniel and Revelation fit together like a hand in glove.
Dr. Phillips: Absolutely. Absolutely. Well you know the book of Revelation is not a long book, 22 chapters, 404 verses, but it has some apocalyptic chapters and some parenthetical chapters. And if people would study that with the idea that it’s coming to pass then their eyes would be opened to Bible prophecy.
Dr. Reagan: Well, if you are working with a new person let’s say that is just studying, beginning to study Bible prophecy for the first time ever, what key would you give them to understanding Bible prophecy? What advice would give them about understanding God’s prophetic Word?
Dr. Phillips: I think they need to read the Bible and do three things: see who’s talking, see what they’re talking about, and see who they are talking to.
Dr. Reagan: Ok.
Dr. Phillips: And that will help you get a proper exegesis of that verse of scripture. But a lot of people don’t do that they just read the Bible like they read the newspaper and they don’t really get a spiritual perception of the Word of God.
Nathan Jones: Now over the 70 years that you’ve been preaching how has that message been received? I mean do you see a change in people’s attitudes towards the study of Bible prophecy?
Dr. Phillips: I think people are more hungry today, Nathan, about Bible prophecy than they ever been.
Nathan Jones: But there is a famine of the teaching then?
Dr. Phillips: That’s right. And I see people, I get stopped in the grocery store, the bank, the post office, people I don’t even know ask me what in the world is going on? The news is full of Bible prophecy even though people don’t recognize it as Bible prophecy.
Nathan Jones: Well why are pastors ignoring it when people really want to know what it says?
Dr. Phillips: I don’t understand. I don’t understand except I hate to use this word but I think there’s a lot of lazy preachers and they’re not studying Bible prophecy. Twenty-eight percent of the entire Bible was prophetic at the time.
Dr. Reagan: But many of them say to me, well it is too controversial, I’m afraid I’ll just get people fighting among each other in the congregation so I’m just going to ignore it.
Dr. Phillips: Yeah. Well, they do. And they ignore it. And unfortunately 60% of the churches today are on the decline in America because the Word of God is not being preached. At some of the churches they just get a book review or something to feel good.
Nathan Jones: Welcome back to Christ in Prophecy and our interview with Evangelist Jimmy Phillips who’s been preaching for 70 years. I love to say that 70 years.
Dr. Phillips: Yeah, thank you.
Nathan Jones: That is amazing. Over those 70 years you’ve been preaching that the Lord is coming back soon. Do you believe now more than ever that we are living in the season of the Lord’s return, and if so why?
Dr. Phillips: I believe it more than ever, we are living in the season of the Lord’s return because convergence of the signs of the times.
Nathan Jones: Convergence meaning?
Dr. Reagan: They’re all coming together.
Dr. Phillips: Meaning they’re all coming together.
Nathan Jones: And when we say signs of the time we are talking about signs of nature, signs of society, signs of weather, signs of politics, that what the Bible prophesied happen in the end times are all happening now.
Dr. Phillips: Absolutely.
Nathan Jones: Okay, okay.
Dr. Phillips: You know the signs that Jesus gave in Luke 21, and Matthew chapter 24 are being fulfilled right now, converging. I’ve never in my lifetime seen all the signs come together like they’re coming together today. So, that to me tells me that the Rapture of the Church is imminent. People need to understand there’s a difference between the Rapture of the Church and the Second Coming of Jesus, they are seven years apart. So, the Rapture of the Church is what is imminent today, and but the signs of the Second Coming of Christ are converging together more than ever before and that motivates us.
Nathan Jones: Yes.
Dr. Reagan: Well, Brother, I notice that you have a pin on similar to the one that we have on which is showing the flag of the United States and the flag of Israel, so I would assume by that that you must feel that the signs of Israel are very important.
Dr. Phillips: I feel like the sign of Israel when David Ben-Gurion went to that art museum, 400 reporters there on May 14th, 1948 when he read the speech of 997 words, that took him precisely 17 minutes and declared Israel a nation, that is the greatest sign in my opinion of all the signs that we are living in the end times.
Dr. Reagan: Yeah, it is sort of the cornerstone of end time Bible prophecy because end time Bible prophecy focuses on the nation of Israel.
Dr. Phillips: Yes, absolutely.
Dr. Reagan: Because what is going to happen is that God is going to pick up where He left off in that 70 weeks of years of Daniel and finish all the things that He intended to do among the Jewish people including bringing a great remnant to salvation.
Dr. Phillips: Absolutely. Amen.
Dr. Reagan: Amen, Brother. Ok, well let me ask you this, this gets a little theological many people believe that the Pre-Millennial viewpoint is the predominant view in the Church today and it is not at all. The predominant view in the Church today among most denominations and the Catholic Church and that is the vast majority of all Christians is Amillennial; it’s the teaching that we are living in the Millennium right now, and that there is not going to be any future reign of Jesus here on this earth. That He is reigning right now from Heaven, and one day He’ll just come and take us and that will be it. How do you respond to someone who believes in that?
Dr. Phillips: Well, I respond to them that if we were living in the Millennium then the earth would be different than it is now. The Bible says it would be like the days of Eden. The animals wouldn’t be wild. The children would put their hands in a rattlesnake hole and not be hurt. A man that dies at 100 years old would be considered a child. So, we are not living in the Millennium.
Dr. Reagan: Well, you just don’t understand all of those things need to be interpreted spiritually, you see, they don’t really mean what they say.
Dr. Phillips: Well, they mean what they say.
Nathan Jones: They just do, yeah.
Dr. Reagan: All the First Coming prophecies meant what they said; so why shouldn’t the Second Coming prophecies mean what they say?
Dr. Phillips: That’s right. And it’s my understanding also Amillennialism, not that we’re only living in the Millennium today, some that teach Amillennialism believe that there will never be a Millennial reign.
Dr. Reagan: Yeah, that’s right.
Nathan Jones: Yeah, A- no Millennium.
Dr. Phillips: But the word A- the letter A- in Amillennialism—
Dr. Reagan: Not a literal 1,000 year reign that’s right. Well, you know we have a friend who is a Bible prophecy teacher, you probably know him Arnold Fruchtenbaum.
Dr. Phillips: Yes.
Dr. Reagan: And Arnold says if we’re living the Millennium now we are living in the slum area.
Nathan Jones: Because even Satan is supposed to be bound during the 1,000 years.
Dr. Phillips: One-thousand years. He’s not bound, is he?
Nathan Jones: No he’s pretty active.
Dr. Reagan: If he is he’s on a very long chain.
Nathan Jones: Now a few times you have been saying the Rapture happens before the Tribulation. You support then the Pre-Tribulational Rapture view, right?
Dr. Phillips: I support it and I can give you many reasons.
Nathan Jones: Yeah, tell me why you believe it.
Dr. Reagan: Give us some reasons.
Dr. Phillips: Let me give you one; one reason is in the fourth chapter of the book of Revelation is the Rapture of the Church. John says “Come up hither.” Which the Greek word means snatch, up hither, he went to Heaven. That is the fourth chapter of the book of Revelation, there are 22 chapters in the book of Revelation the Church is not mentioned again. The Church is gone.
Nathan Jones: Yeah, not until the end, right?
Dr. Reagan: It’s really mentioned in the first three chapters though; it focuses on the Church.
Dr. Phillips: Nineteen times in the first three chapters the word church is used.
Dr. Reagan: And suddenly bang.
Dr. Phillips: Then it is not used again the entire book of Revelation except for the Bride of Christ coming back.
Nathan Jones: The Tribulation—
Dr. Phillips: So that is a strong reason why I’m a Pre-Millennialist. And another thing if I wasn’t a Pre-Millennialist, I was going to go thru the Tribulation period, then I’m going to miss the Bema Seat Judgment. I’m going to miss the crowns. I’m going to miss the Bride of Christ. I’m going to miss the Marriage Supper of the Lamb. I’m going to miss the marriage. And I’m going to miss coming back with Jesus. The Post-Millennial I call them the yo-yo theory, they go up and turn around, and come right back down.
Nathan Jones: Post-Tribulation, yeah, raptured up, raptured back when Jesus comes back.
Dr. Phillips: So common sense tells you that we should be Pre-Millennial.
Dr. Reagan: And you know another thing that is always impressed me is the fact that if you read about the Rapture in 1 Thessalonians, and you read about the Second Coming in Revelation 19 those two events are just as different as night and day.
Dr. Phillips: Absolutely.
Dr. Reagan: There is nothing in common except Jesus, that’s it. But in one He comes for the Church, the other He returns with the Church.
Dr. Phillips: With the Church.
Dr. Reagan: One He comes as a deliverer, the other He comes as a warrior. It’s just so different.
Dr. Phillips: And one He comes in the cloud, and doesn’t touch the earth, the next time He comes—
Dr. Reagan: He comes to the earth.
Dr. Phillips: —He comes to the earth on the Mount of Olives and it cleaves from the east to the west.
Dr. Reagan: So, basically when we talk about the Second Coming we’re saying that the Second Coming occurs in two stages; first stage is Jesus appearing for His Church, and then He comes back with His Church.
Dr. Phillips: I call it R&R.
Dr. Reagan: R&R.
Dr. Phillips: Rapture. Revelation.
Dr. Reagan: Ok. Ok. Well, you know there are some people who say that the book of Revelation is like a Chinese puzzle that no one can understand. What do you have to say about that?
Dr. Phillips: Well, I say this: you need to read the book of Revelation. There are three divisions. God told John in 95 AD to talk about three things: that what was in the past, that’s in the present, and the what is in the future.
Dr. Reagan: That is all in chapter one where it says that.
Dr. Phillips: All in chapter one.
Dr. Reagan: There is your index for the whole book.
Dr. Phillips: The whole book. Alright, he spent two chapters—he spent some time talking about what was in the past. He spent some time talking about what is now, or in his day. And then 19 chapters about what is in the future. So, we are living in those 19 chapters of what is in the future. And so, we need to interpret it. Now the book of Revelation primarily is in chronological order, but not all of it.
Dr. Reagan: That’s right.
Dr. Phillips: Not all of it. And another thing there are some parenthetical chapters in the book of Revelation, parenthetical passages.
Nathan Jones: Meaning?
Dr. Phillips: There are apocalyptic utterances in the book of Revelation.
Nathan Jones: And when you say parenthetical you mean it is taking a break?
Dr. Phillips: Taking a break. Parenthesis, yes.
Nathan Jones: Okay, yeah.
Dr. Reagan: Yeah, the action builds up and then there is a parenthesis where the reader is assured everything is going to turn out alright, and then it starts the action again.
Dr. Phillips: Well as an example. The six seals that are opened, the seven seals are going to be opened in the sixth chapter of Revelation it deals with only six of the seals. Then the seventh chapter of Revelation doesn’t mention them at all, there is a parenthetical chapter, but the eighth chapter deals with the seventh seals.
Dr. Reagan: I find many Christian say that they are just scared of the book of Revelation. They say it is scary, and they don’t want to read it. Why should a person read the book of Revelation?
Dr. Phillips: Well, the book of Revelation sheds light on everything in our day. We shouldn’t be scared of the book of Revelation. The Bible calls it a revelation which comes from a word uncovering, revealing of comes from that Greek word means, to take the lid off is what it really means. So, we shouldn’t be afraid of it. We should get into it more than ever before.
Dr. Reagan: Right. You know there is a lot of bad news in the book of Revelation, but that bad news is for people who have rejected Jesus Christ. There is only good news for those of us who have received Him. In fact I would say the overall message of the book of Revelation is we win in the end.
Dr. Phillips: That’s right. We read the last chapter, praise God!
Nathan Jones: And when you read that you’re blessed, Revelation 1:3 says, “Blessed is he who reads, and those who hear the words of this prophecy and keeps those things which are written in for the time is near.”
Dr. Reagan: Yes, only book that does that.
Nathan Jones: We are promised a blessing when we read Revelation.
Dr. Phillips: Absolutely. That is the only book in the Bible that promises a special blessing for those who read.
Dr. Reagan: Well, I used to read that and I would pause right there and pray, “Lord, as I read this book I claim this promise. Help me to understand it better this time than I’ve ever understood it before.”
Dr. Phillips: Amen.
Dr. Reagan: And every time I would understand more than I understood before.
Dr. Phillips: Amen.
Dr. Reagan: God wants us to understand the book of Revelation.
Dr. Phillips: Absolutely.
Dr. Reagan: He wants to communicate with us.
Dr. Phillips: Well, you know in the 14th chapter of John the Bible says that the Holy Spirit knows all things—three things, the Holy Spirit knows all things, the Holy Spirit will teach you all things, and the Holy Spirit will bring to your remembrance all things. All the lesson the 14th chapter of John, in addition to the Rapture of the Church.
Dr. Reagan: Yes.
Dr. Phillips: So, we need to read it, and we need to pray that the Holy Spirit will open up our understanding. And the anointing of the Holy Spirit comes upon us as we read the book of Revelation, and it will be revealed to us.
Dr. Reagan: Do you have a favorite verse?
Dr. Phillips: Yes, I do.
Dr. Reagan: And if so why? Tell us what it is, and if so.
Dr. Phillips: It would be in the second chapter of the book of Ephesians, “For by grace are you saved through faith; and that not of yourself, it is the gift of God; not of works lest any man should boast. For we are His workmanship created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God has before ordained that we should walk in them.” That tells us about our salvation. That tells us about our walk with Jesus. And that tells us about our future. So that’s why it’s my favorite.
Dr. Reagan: Well, I love that too. And it’s one of the things that separates Christianity from all other religions in the world. You know one of our friends is Robert Jeffress who is the Pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas.
Dr. Phillips: Yes. Yes.
Dr. Reagan: And he often says, “Every religion in the world says “Do” except Christianity. Christianity says “Done.'”
Dr. Phillips: Done. I like that.
Dr. Reagan: It has all been done by Jesus on the cross. We don’t have to go out and work to earn our salvation. Now, that passage does teach that once we are saved by faith through grace there are works that we should do for the Lord Jesus Christ.
Dr. Phillips: Absolutely.
Dr. Reagan: Not to earn salvation, but to advance His kingdom.
Dr. Phillips: We are not saved by works, but thank God we to work.
Nathan Jones: For 70 years.
Dr. Phillips: Yeah, 70 years non-stop.
Nathan Jones: And you’re not planning on stopping?
Dr. Phillips: I don’t plan on stopping until the Rapture of the Church. I’ve not looking for a hole in the ground, I’m looking a hole in the sky. Praise God.
Dr. Reagan: That’s great.
Nathan Jones: Amen.
Dr. Reagan: Brother, I can hardly wait for that event. I hope it happens in our lifetime.
Dr. Phillips: Amen.
Dr. Reagan: Welcome back to Christ in Prophecy and our interview of Evangelist Jimmy Phillips who has been teaching for 70 years. Dr. Phillips tell our viewers how they can get in touch with your ministry.
Dr. Phillips: Thank you, Dr. Reagan. I would be happy to hear from you. You can contact me by my e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you very much.
Nathan Jones: Excellent. Well, Dr. Phillips, I’m really impressed by your life story, at 17 years old God transformed your life and you spent a life committed to Him. That life was changed. There are people out there watching they need a transformation in their lives. Can you tell them how they can be transformed for Jesus Christ?
Dr. Phillips: Yes, I would. Ladies and gentlemen the vicarious death of Jesus Christ, and His efficacious shed blood on the cross 2,000 years ago is for you. If you do not know Jesus Christ as your personal Savior, you can accept Him now. There can be a creative act of the Holy Spirit in your heart, and your name can be written in the Lamb’s Book of Life. If you die or the Rapture of the Church takes place you can go to Heaven. Pray a simple prayer like, “Dear Lord Jesus, I’m sorry for my sins, come into my heart. Write my name in the Lamb’s Book of Life. I want to serve you.” When you do that then get into a Bible preaching church and read your Bible, pay your tithe, and believe God and live a Christian life, and God will bless you. And this ministry here will be of great help for you if you will contact them. God bless you.
Dr. Reagan: Thank you Dr. Phillips, and may the Lord go with you, and bless your ministry. Well, folks, that’s our program for this week. I hope it has been a blessing to you, and I hope the Lord willing you’ll be back with us again next week. Until then this is Dave Reagan speaking for Lamb & Lion Ministries saying, “Look up, be watchful, for our redemption is drawing near.”
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