Here is an interesting read...which part do you enjoy the best? tell us why you like it! http://www.letgodbetrue.com/sermons/prophecy/gospel-millennium/sermon.php How do we know Revelation 20 is not Premillennial? The last kingdom was in place in 65 A.D., and it cannot be moved; there is no future shaking to introduce a radical kingdom of Jesus ruling in an earthly temple with Jews (Heb 12:22-29). Jesus Christ is coming one more time to gather His elect and burn up the wicked (II Thess 1:7-10). Paul is very plain that all things are wrapped up with the second coming (II Thes 1:7-12; 2:1-8). This denies multiple comings before and after a millennium of various premillennial schemes. There would be no wicked nations in the four quarters of the earth for Satan to stir up to battle! There is no new kingdom after His second coming – He delivers up the kingdom (I Cor 15:23-28). The "rapture" of saints to glory occurs at the judgment of the wicked (I Thess 4:13-18; 5:1-11). Peter, an informed and inspired Jew, was looking for new heavens and new earth (II Peter 3:1-18). If he looked for a new heaven and earth at Christ's coming, he did not expect a millennium. If he looked for melting elements by fervent heat, he surely knew Paul's day (II Thess 1:7-9). No future kingdom is described, offered, or taught by Paul in any place in the New Testament. There is only one bodily resurrection of righteous and wicked in the Bible (Jn 5:28-29; Ac 24:15). There is no word of anything having to do with Israel, Jerusalem, a temple, or sacrifices in Rev 20. The symbolic language must be subject to the rest of the Bible, especially the New Testament. The end of time as Paul understood it was to occur at the second coming of Christ (I Cor 15:23-28). We discover that the features of the premillennial kingdom i.e. on earth, in Jerusalem, in a temple, of Jews, with lions and lambs together, animal sacrifices, and other ideas are nowhere to be found.