Thy Kingdom Come

Bible Prophecy Conference/McKinney, TX/Starting January 17th

Welcome to Thy Kingdom Come Bible Conference

Hosted at

Bella Donna Chapel

Bella Donna Chapel is located at:
6641 Mediterranean Drive
McKinney, Texas 75070

Recent Updates September 26th 2023
  • September 26 The Rapture
  • The Rapture; Michael White
Aired January 17th 2023 6:30PM
  • January 24th The Kingdom

  • The Kingdom; Michael White Presentation

  • January 31st (Snowed Out)

–February 7th Not Meeting–

  • Feburary 14th Matthew 24
  • The Olivet [All of it] Discourse; Michael White Presentation
  • February 21st Revelation (The End)
  • Overview Revelation Part 1 ; Michael White Presentation

image “In the time of those kings, the God of heaven will set up a kingdom that will never be destroyed, nor will it be left to another people. It will crush all those kingdoms and bring them to an end, but it will itself endure forever." - Daniel 2:44

With these words, God delivered to the prophet Daniel an irreversible promise that one day He would establish a perfect kingdom on this earth; an eternal, heavenly one that would finally and forever depose the imperfect rule of men.

Long before this promise was made, God had established a kingdom among His own people, Israel. Some of Israel’s kings ruled in righteousness and obedience to the Word of God, and the nation experienced great power, wealth, and peace. Many others, however, fell into rebellion and wickedness. During those times, God withdrew His blessings and protection, allowing the leaders and people (including righteous men like Daniel) to be carried away into exile by a nation even more corrupt and evil than itself. While this may appear unjust, we must remember that God is not finished with His people Israel, as His promise given to Daniel confirms.

Regardless of recent attempts to rewrite the history of America, its abundantly clear from the writings of our founders that, they were driven by a desire to serve and honor God as they saw fit. Many believers today, however, are confused and troubled by events happening in this once great country. We can take comfort in the words of one earlier hymn writer, “Though the way of evil prosper yet the truth alone is strong". Despite all the evil and division we are experiencing however, Gods plan and His promises still stand true. The realization of God’s kingdom promised to Daniel so long ago is closer today than ever before.

This Bible conference will examine key prophetic passages and how they relate, exploring the nature and timing of the promised kingdom, showing how God has been developing and revealing its various phases throughout human history.

Please join us as we travel through the Bible with Daniel, Jesus, the Apostles, and the early church, to discover God’s intricate plans to bring this ancient promise to fulfillment through his Son Jesus Christ!

Previous Conferences - Gig Harbor, WA 2021


Original Broadcast Thursday Evening July 8th

Hosted at

Discovery Baptists Church

Original Broadcast Friday Evening July 9th

Original Broadcast Saturday July 10th

Original Broadcast Sunday July 11th

  • The Resurrection; Michael Bouterse

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Conference Speakers

Sid Osborn

image Like others exposed to the Bible early in life, Sid Osborn developed an intense interest in the book of Daniel, which encompasses the life and ministry of Daniel, a young man of unique ability, excellent character, and outstanding courage in the face of the world’s greatest Leader or a den of lions. With Daniel’s life as the background, it presents some of the most detailed and important prophetic passages in the entire Bible. Sid eagerly anticipates delving into these fascinating topics, most notably the prophetic period referred to as the “Times of the Gentiles”.

Sid and his wife Linda have been married for 35 years, during which time they have been active in teaching and administrating weekend conferences, youth camps, and week-long Bible studies throughout the country, in such locations as Shallowbrook Farm, Lassen Pines, and Murrieta Hot Springs. They have 3 children, their sons, Drew in Midland, Texas, and Wills in Lubbock, Texas, and their daughter, Bethany Smith and her family, in West Point, New York.

Michael White

image Michael White first encountered the Book of Daniel in 1994 at a college age Bible study, and was overwhelmed by the reliability and accuracy of the Word of God. Since that time, he has continued to explore Biblical end time prophecy (Eschatology) and is continually amazed by the way the various prophetic passages interrelate.

Over the last 24 years, he has led numerous Bible studies on the books of Daniel and Revelation, and has preached in depth on the book of Matthew, focusing on the Parables of the Kingdom.

Michael currently resides with his wife and seven children in Dallas, Texas, and is enrolled in the Master of Theology program at Dallas Theological Seminary.

Tim Cedarland

image Tim Cedarland has served in vocational ministry for more than three decades. Following a stint with the Portland Rescue Mission, Tim served for 10 years in itinerant ministry, followed by 18 years as the founding pastor of Community Bible Fellowship in Gig Harbor, WA, and 5 years as the founding director of Thrive, a cross-church young adult ministry. Tim has a passion for evangelism, mentoring young leaders, and the clear communication of the truths of God’s Word, including the riches of Bible prophecy. Over the years Tim and his wife, Karen, have discipled countless young adults in the Gig Harbor area, a ministry they continue to this day. He and Karen have four children (Joe, Ben, Nathan, and Jesse) and several grandchildren.

Michael Bouterse

image While an undergrad at Whitworth University, Michael “fell in love” with Scripture, and particularly the way Scripture traces the beautiful unfolding of God’s redemptive purpose from cover to cover. Michael is passionate about helping others know God as He has revealed Himself to us in Scripture, particularly through relational, one-on-one discipleship. He currently serves as the director of Thrive, a cross-church young adult ministry in Gig Harbor, WA. When he’s not reading, writing, or hiking, you can probably find him at a local coffee shop meeting with young adults! Michael received a Master of Studies in New Testament from Oxford University.

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The Rapture; Tim Cedarland

In this one on one Interview Tim Cedarland discusses Biblical evidence for the Rapture.

My Gospel; Tim Cedarland

In this Interview Tim Cedarland discusses How Pauls Gospel includes a uniqe revelation from Jesus Christ that was not known to men in other generations.

Early Church Fathers View of End Times; Michael Boutersa

Michael Bouterse discusses views on end times discussed by Early Church Fathers through quotes.

The Indignation; Sid Osborn

Sid Osborn discusses the Indignation. A period of God’s Rightous Judgement explaining the 1335 days referenced in Daniel 12.

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Understanding Bible Prophecy

Understanding Prophecy ; By John Walvoord

Probably the most important issue in understanding prophecy is the question of whether it should be understood literally. One widespread assumption is that while ordinary Scripture can be interpreted in a literal manner, with terms retaining their natural meaning, prophetic portions of the Bible should be treated as a special case, with the literal or natural meaning no longer applicable.

During the first two centuries the early church tended to interpret prophecy literally. Thus they expected Christ to return to earth to establish His kingdom and reign for a thousand years, after which new heavens and a new earth would be established.

A school of theology that sprang up in Alexandria, Egypt, about AD 190, attempted to combine biblical interpretation with the idealism of the Greek philosopher Plato. This resulted in those leaders taking the Bible as an extensive allegory and not literally.

Refuting this position, the early church was able to restore the church as a whole back to the normal, grammatical, historical, literal interpretation of the Bible. However, in the area of prophecy this was more difficult since there were prophecies that had not yet been fulfilled, and so the church was unsuccessful in completely defeating the non-literal interpretation of prophecy.

The early church floundered somewhat in its approach to prophecy and its interpretation. This was brought to a head to some extent by the teachings of Augustine (354-430). He held that while the Bible should be interpreted in its normal, literal sense in most areas, in the area of prophecy it was not to be taken literally. This view was then adopted by the Roman Catholic Church, and unfortunately the Protestant Reformers also built on Augustine’s view instead of on the views of the early church.

Yet many of these same theological leaders said some prophetic events will be fulfilled literally. For example, the Roman Catholic Church believes in a literal hell, a literal Second Coming, and literal judgments from God, but it denies a literal, future millennial kingdom. Perhaps this is because in the millennial kingdom Israel will be an important factor, and since the church consists mainly of Gentiles there has been unconscious resistance to the idea that the Jews have an important future. This problem of denying a literal fulfillment of prophecy and especially a literal millennial kingdom still persists in many churches today.

If a person does not interpret the plain statements of prophecy literally, there is no rule by which any consensus of meaning can be established; the existence of a wide diversity of interpretations shows the failure of this approach. As many as fifty different interpretations can be offered for just one passage in Revelation that could be easily understood if interpreted in its natural way.

John F. Walvoord, End Times: Understanding Today’s World Events in Biblical Prophecy (Nashville: W Publishing, a division of Thomas Nelson, Inc.), 810. © Copyright 1998 by Word Publishing. All rights reserved. Used by permission of Thomas Nelson, Inc.

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Why Study Prophecy


50 I declare to you, brothers, that flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God, nor does the perishable inherit the imperishable. 51 Listen, I tell you a mystery: We will not all sleep, but we will all be changed– 52 in a flash, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, the dead will be raised imperishable, and we will be changed. 53 For the perishable must clothe itself with the imperishable, and the mortal with immortality. 54 When the perishable has been clothed with the imperishable, and the mortal with immortality, then the saying that is written will come true: “Death has been swallowed up in victory.” 55 “Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting?”

1 Cor 15:58 Controlling Effect Therefore, my dear brothers, stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord,

John 14:3 Calming or Comforting “Do not let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God; trust also in me. In my Father’s house are many rooms; if it were not so, I would have told you.

1 Thess. 4:13 Comforting or Encouraging Therefore encourage each other with these words

1 John 3:3 Cleansing Everyone who has this hope in him purifies himself

Heb 10:24 Community but let us encourage one another–and all the more as you see the Day approaching

2 Peter 3:1,11 Careful People I have written both of them as reminders to stimulate you to wholesome thinking….. Since everything will be destroyed in this way, what kind of people ought you to be?

Coming Soon…

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