In the Fullness of Times

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In the Fullness of Times, recorded live at Abba’s House in Hixson, TN, Pastor Tommy Bates sings and preaches with old time power and fresh anointing. This service opens with a trio of faith enhancing songs: “I’m Gettin’ Back Up,” “Come Home to the Father’s House,” and “He Sent Forth His Word” and closes with a moving altar service.

In The Fullness of Times, Pastor Bates delivers a powerful and sweeping message on the magnificence of God’s orchestration of history through a series of millennial dispensations, from Creation to the 1,000 year reign of Christ. Each dispensation can be compared to the gestation period of a mother and child: development takes place until the mother travails, and out of the womb the baby emerges. On a grand scale, God’s dispensations work in the fullness of times. He has preached to men and women through these millennial dispensations, first through the magnificence of His creation, and thereafter through conscience, the Law, the Prophets, and Jesus. Then the age of the church was born, and during this 2,000 year period before the return of Christ, we are being perfected, just as the child is perfected prior to birth. “This is the most exciting time that has ever existed” on earth, Pastor Bates declares, because God is preparing us–the church, the Body of Christ–for a perfect birth, when the gestation of the church age is complete and we reign with Christ for a thousand years before the creation of “a new heaven and a new earth,” where time will have served its purpose and then “shall be no more.”
This brilliant message, which supplies a panoramic view of God’s magnificent design before, during, and after human history will stir your heart and fire your imagination concerning what lies ahead for those who live in faith.

Available in two formats. DVD Video ($15) & CD Audio ($10)
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