One Mistake You’ll SURELY Want to Avoid
A critical and DEADLY error in Bible prophecy made by premillenialists and advocates of the "rapture" theory is politicizing and secularizing the nature of the Lord's Kingdom in prophecy. Prophecies concerning Christ's Kingdom and His throne, such as 2 Sam. 7:13, Isa. 2:2, and Dan 2:44 ALL foretell of a SPIRITUAL Kingdom of Christ coming, rather than a geographical, political, earthly or physical kingdom and scripture is abundantly clear concerning this. Daniel, in describing this Kingdom use a distinct phrase, which indicates the spiritual nature of the then coming Kingdom: "a stone was cut out without hands" Dan. 2:34. This "stone" is a reference to Christ's Kingdom and the phrase "without hands" is unique to ancient Hebrews to describe to spiritual nature of things. For instance, "For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, an house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens." 2 Cor. 5:1, "In whom also ye are circumcised with the circumcision made without hands, in putting off the body of the sins of the flesh by the circumcision of Christ:" Col. 2:11 and many others. Also, when Jesus was pressed by the Pharisees regarding the coming of His Kingdom, His response was that it (His Kingdom) would not be one of physical make up or nature, nor one having any geographical location. But, He said that His Kingdom would exist "within" us Lk. 71:20-21. Likewise, Jesus told Pilate; "My Kingdom is not of this world" Jn. 18:36.
Finally, in Peter's Pentecost sermon, he affirmed that God's promise to David to raise up his seed to sit on his throne and establish His Kingdom had been fulfilled THEN Acts 2:29-36.
Therefore, the idea of a coming kingdom and one thousand year reign from earthly Jerusalem isn't consistent with scripture and cannot be TRUE.