Today we are continuing our slow and steady trek through the book of Revelation. This morning we’ll be covering chapters 8 & 9 which deals with the trumpet judgments of God. As more and more of the apocalyptic curtain is
The Wrath of the Lamb (Revelation 6:1-17)
“God is in control of the whole process and God is concerned for his people. So, though apocalyptic judgments be loosed against all mankind, believers included, God’s people need never be dismayed. They will be preserved no matter what the tribulation”.
Don’t Be A Jezebel (Rev. 2:18-29)
In her book, The Gospel Comes with a House Key, Rosaria Butterfield tells a story of two church members who had been caught in sexual sin. She also talks about how the church handled it and how the two men
Who Will Be God’s Man?
[one_half first][/one_half] [one_half][/one_half] God has placed within the heart, hands, and soul of men incredible power to heal or hurt, build up or tear down, comfort or crush, and serve or enslave. Throughout history we can see glaring examples of
????????? This morning I want to take the time to pursue a rabbit trail that I ran into this past week as I was studying Revelation 15. In studying Revelation we have learned that there are three cycles of judgment?the
Who Will Be God?s Man?
God has placed within the heart, hands, and soul of men incredible power to heal or hurt, build up or tear down, comfort or crush, and serve or enslave. Throughout history we can see glaring examples of both extremes. When