Article 13 of the Declaration of Faith affirms belief in the _____ return of Christ.
By the term _____, we designate that Christ will return prior to the beginning of the millennial reign.
The first purpose of Christ’s second advent is the _____ of the believers.
The resurrection will be _____ and _____.
The reign of Christ will be conducted by His _____ presence in the world.
Christ’s return is the final act in the fulfillment of God's _____ program.
For the believer, the return of Christ will provide for the redemption of the body which is its _____.
Christ’s descent with the voice of the archangel and the trump of God is described in _____.
In 1 Thessalonians 4:16 and its context, it is promised that the dead in Christ shall be _____ first; then the living in Christ shall be _____.
The dead in Christ and the saints alive at the time of Christ’s return will receive the same _____ of the body.
In 1 Corinthians 15:42-44, Paul describes the resurrected body as one of _____; it is a _____ body.
First John 3:2 affirms the promise that when He appears, we shall _____ as He is.
Christ’s return fulfills His conquest of the _____.
According to Revelation 20:4-6, those who are alive with Christ before the 1,000 years are partakers of the first _____.
The doctrine that denies that there will be a literal, earthly reign of Christ for 1,000 years is called the _____ view.
_____ teaches that the influence of the gospel will create a reign of peace and righteousness before Christ returns.
Christ will reign as human King; the Messianic titles appropriate to this nature are _____ of _____ and _____ of _____.
Isaiah 9:7 promises that this Son who bears the name Immanuel will sit on the throne of _____.
According to Isaiah 11:1-4, the Messiah will reign by the anointing of the _____ of the _____ upon Him.
During the 1,000-year reign of Christ on earth, Satan is _____ and will not be able to deceive the _____.