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Summary: It is significant that all human attempts to hold the nations together have failed: Dan 2:43

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THE NEW WORLD ORDER

ISAIAH 21:11

A. OUR PRESENT WORLD IS WITHOUT PARALLEL IN THE HISTORY OF THE NATIONS

1. Scientific development:

a. Harnessing the Atom

b. The intercontinental missile

c. Space travel

2. Things that were new, but yesterday, are old today:

a. Nations are in great fear of what shall be tomorrow - Luke 21:25, 26

b. Feverish preparation against the inevitable of tomorrow seems like a nightmare to a careful observer of current events - Joel 3:9-14; Isa.

24:17-23

c. The alarming part of present day conditions is the steady decline of the morals of the people in the home and in society in general - 2 Tim. 3:1-9

B. THE WORLD OF TOMORROW

1. What about the world of tomorrow?

a. Are you interested in the predictions of Bible prophecy about the world of tomorrow?

b. Nebuchadnezzar was: Dan. 2:29

c. Peter was: 2 Pet. 3:13

d. The saints of all ages have been deeply interested n Bible prophecy - Heb. 11:13-16

2. Who holds the future in his hand?

a. Is it the scientist? Dan. 2:1-45

b. Christ and Christ alone has the destiny of the world of tomorrow in His hand - Isa. 40:12-15; 41:21-24; Ps. 2:6-12

c. He is the lawful heir to the world of tomorrow - Matt. 21:38; Heb. 1:1-9

3. Prophetic forecast about the world of tomorrow:

a. Babylon - 606-538 B.C.

b. Medo-Persia - 538-331 B.C.

c. Greece - 331-168 B.C.

d. Rome - 168 B. C. - 376 A.D.

e. The ten kingdoms follow Rome; only seven of them remain

4. It is significant that all human attempts to hold the nations together have failed: Dan. 2:43

C. THE WORLD OF TOMORROW

1. Is not of an earthly nature:

a. "My kingdom is not of this world" - John 18:36

b. It will not be the fruit of human effort or modern skill - Zech. 4:4-8; Dan. 2:34

2. It is the ultimate result or triumph of God’s love:

a. Reclaimed by the second Adam - Mi. 4:8; Rom. 5:12-19

b. The fulfillment of God’s promise to His children - Ps. 2:1-6; Luke 1:32-34; 12:32

c. It is the earth made new - Rev. 21:1-6; 2 Pet. 3:13; Isa. 65:17; 66:22

d. It is the "Stone Kingdom" of Dan. 2:32-45

3. The world of tomorrow is still in the process of development:

a. At the present we are living in the kingdom of grace - Tit. 2:11; Rom. 5:12-19

b. This kingdom has its throne in the heart of the Christian believer - Luke 17:20, 21; Col. 1:27

4. Subjects of the world of tomorrow:

a. Not chosen because of race or wealth - Acts 10:34, 35; Deut. 7:7; Gal. 3:26-29

b. Not flesh and blood - John 1:10-12; 1 Cor. 15:50

c. The new birth is the basic condition to become a citizen of the world of tomorrow -

(1) "Ye must be born again" - John 3:3-9

(2) "Flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God" - 1 Cor. 15:50

d. We must bring the fruit of the kingdom of heaven - Matt. 21:41

e. The world of tomorrow belongs to all who have part in the first resurrection - Rev. 20:5, 6; John 5:28, 29; Luke 14:14

f. Who are pure in heart - Matt. 5:5, 6; Ps. 15:1-6

g. Only the undefiled shall enter the world of tomorrow - Rev. 19:27; Gal. 5:16-23

h. Friends of mine, will you be among the citizens that will make up the inhabitants of the world of tomorrow?

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