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Items specifically mentioned by God as being unclean and forbidden.
A. All animals which do not have a split hoof and chew the cud
   (Deuteronomy 14:6).
B. All fish and water creatures that do not have both fins and scales
   (Deuteronomy 14:9).
C. All birds of prey, carrion eaters, and fish eaters
   (Leviticus 11:13-20).
D. Most "creeping things" (or invertebrates) are also unclean
   (Leviticus 11:21-47).



Alcoholic beverages
The Bible clearly forbids the use of alcoholic beverages
(Proverbs 20:1, 23:31,32; 1 Corinthians 6:9,10).

The Bible gives six reasons why the use of tobacco is displeasing to God:
A.The use of tobacco injures health and defiles the body
  (1 Corinthians 3:16,17).
B.Nicotine is a narcotic that enslaves people (Romans 6:16; Matthew 4:10).
C.The tobacco habit is unclean (2 Corinthians 6:17).
D.The use of tobacco wastes money (Isiah 55:2; 1 Corinthians 4:2).
E.The use of tobacco never draws anyone closer to Christ
  (1 Peter 2:11). Tobacco use is a fleshly lust.
F.The use of tobacco shortens life (Exodus 20:13). 

Amen-a hebrew word that means it is true or let it be true.
Baptize-to sprinkle,pour or cover a person with water as a sign
        that sin is washed away.
Covenant-a treaty between two persons or groups in which 
         promises are made.
Crucify-to put people to death by nailing them to crossed.
Eternal-forever. without beginning or end.
Preparation day-the day before the Sabbath day.
Resurrection-coming back to life after being dead.
Sabbath-the seventh day of the week. the day of rest and worship.
Zacchaeus-chief tax collector who lived in Jericho. (Luke 19:1-2)

Jesus' Three Advents:
A. First coming, to Bethlehem in a manger.
B. Second coming, in the clouds at the beginning of the 1,000 years to
   take His people to heaven.
C. Third coming, with the holy city and all righteous people at the close
   of the 1,000 years. 

What happens during the millennium?
The resurrection of the righteous begins the 1,000-year period, and is
called the first resurrection (Revelation 20:4-6). The second resurrection
takes place at the close of the 1,000-year period. The wicked will be
raised in this resurrection. It is called the resurrection of
damnation. Please notice that the resurrection of the wicked ends the
1,000 years. (Revalation 20:5, John 5:28,29)

A Review of the Events Occurring At the Beginning Of The 1,000 Years:
A. Devasting earthquake and hailstorm (Revalation 16:18-21; 6:14-17).
B. Second coming of Jesus for His saints (Matthew 24:30,31).
C. Righteous dead raised to life (1 Thessalonians 4:16,17).
D. Righteous given immortality (1 Corinthians 15:51-55).
E. Righteous given bodies like Jesus (1 John 3:2; Philippians 3:21).
F. All righteous caught up into the clouds (1 Thessalonians 4:16,17).
G. Living wicked slain by the breath of the Lord's mouth (Isaiah 11:4).
H. Wicked in graves remain dead until the end of the 1,000 years
   (Revelation 20:5).
I. Jesus takes righteous to heaven (John 13:33,36; 14:1-3).
J. Satan bound (Revelation 20:1-3).

A Review of the Events and Conditions During the 1,000 Years:
A. Earth in battered condition from huge hailstones and devastating
   earthquake (Revelation 16:18-21; 6:14-17).
B. Earth in total blackout/bottemless pit (Jeremiah 4:23,28).
C. Satan and his angels forced to stay on the earth/bound
   (Revelation 20:1-3).
D. Righteous in heaven participating in the judgment (Revelation 20:4).
E. Wicked are all dead (Jeremiah 4:25; Isaiah 11:4).

A Review of the Events at the Close of the 1,000 Years:
A. Third coming of Jesus with His saints (Zechariah 14:5).
B. Holy city settles on mount of Olives, which becomes a great plain 
   (Zechariah 14:4,10).
C. The Father, angels, and all of the righteous come with Jesus
   (Revelation 21:1-3; Matthew 25:31; Zechariah 14:5).
D. Wicked dead raised; Satan loosed (Revelation 20:5,7). 
E. Satan deceives entire world (Revelation 20:8).
F. Wicked surround the holy city (Revelation 20:9).
G. Wicked destroyed by fire (Revelation 20:9).
H. New heavens and earth created
   (Isaiah 65:17; 2 Peter3:13; Revelation 21:1).
I. God's people enjoy eternity with Christ on the new earth
   (Revelation 21:2-4).

          The 1,000 Years of Revelation 20

          Events during 1,000 Years
          1.Earth torn up, desolate, and dark.
          2.All wicked are dead on earth.
          3.Satan bound to this earth.
          4.Righteous judging in heaven.

First Resurrection               Second Resurrection
==================               ===================
Events at beginning              Events at close of  
of the 1,000 Years               the 1,000 Years  
-------------------              ------------------
 1.Devastating earthquake         1.Third coming of Jesus
   and hailstorm.                   with the saints. 
 2.Second coming of Jesus         2.Holy city descends onto
   for the saints.                  the mount of Olives, 
 3.Righteous dead raised            which becomes a great
   to life.                         plain.
 4.Righteous given                3.Father,angels,righteous
   immortality.                     come with Jesus.
 5.Righteous given bodies         4.Wicked dead raised and
   like that of Jesus.              Satan loosed. 
 6.All righteous caught up        5.Satan deceives all nations.
   into clouds.                     They surround the holy city.
 7.Living wicked slain by         6.Wicked destroyed by fire.
   Lord's presence.               7.New heavens and earth 
 8.Wicked already in their          created.
   graves remain dead.            8.God's people enjoy eternity
 9.Jesus takes righteous to         with Jesus.
10.Satan bound.