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The Book of Revelation

The Book of Revelation

Apr 2011 - Aug 2011
The Book of Revelation (singular) is actually "The Revelation of Jesus Christ" which God gave to show His servants the things which must shortly take place. A controversial book that many will not touch with a ten-foot pole, this series is a prayerful, worshipful, Jesus-focused love-oriented meditation upon who Jesus is revealed to be as a glorious bridegroom, triumphant king, and uncompromisingly just judge. We don't want to let the idea that "no man can know the day or the hour" to keep us from God's appointed and inspired last-days prayer manual, this glorious book penned by John the Beloved. Furthermore, the Bible promises a blessing for those who read it, hear it, and keep what is written in it. Let's dive in!
Sermons in this series
Tue, Aug 30, 2011
Kicking off the series we ask God to prepare our hearts for what was revealed to John. For we want much more than information on events and time-frames, but to let the light of the glory of God in the face of Jesus penetrate our inner man. The last-days church will require no lesser revelation to walk in all that God has purposed in these blessed pages.
Mon, Aug 29, 2011
As we continue the class, we move into various themes of the overall storyline of the book. Highlighting continually the person of Jesus - we identify common misconceptions of the book and come away with a hope-filled vision of God's sovereignty during the most tumultuous time in history. He is our anchor, and in Him we will be led in triumph!
Mon, Aug 15, 2011
Tracking my own journey in understanding eschatology ("the study of the last days") this teaching gives an optional overview of structure and themes of the book in a really literal way. Also, a brief but helpful outline of the book is given to help grasp the "storyline" of this prophetic book.
Wed, Aug 10, 2011
As we dive deeper into Revelation 1, God gives us the revelation of Jesus as glorious bridegroom and just judge related to His titles and even His apparel. Does Jesus still judge? What does this mean for today?
Fri, Aug 05, 2011
In John's vision of Jesus, we see Him walking in the midst of the 7 lampstands, which represent the seven churches. Jesus then calls for the purification of His bride by washing them with the water of His words in Revelation 2 and 3, the seven letters to seven churches. As we look letter by letter, we understand that it is Christ in us, not our own striving that produces an equally yoked bride who walks as He walked and does the "greater works" in His name in the darkest hour.
Tue, Aug 02, 2011
As we move into Revelation 4:1, we must lay a biblical foundation of the heavens, as John is caught up "in the spirit" into the very throne room of God. Using several passages from the Old and New Testaments, Ryan sets a vision for a biblical theology of heavenly encounters.
Mon, Apr 25, 2011
In this unbelievable description, we gaze into the holy and leave all our pre-conceptions behind. We let His eternal throne define our reality and begin to gaze into His beauty as we understand His love, His sovereignty, and His immutability. We also look into the word "heavens" and talk about God's chariot throne of fire. Lord, we tremble before the Holy!
Mon, Apr 18, 2011
As John's vision of the throne-room of God unfolds in Revelation 5, we see an open scroll in the hand of the Father. What does this scroll represent, and why is must one by found completely worthy to take and open it? The lamb is found worthy, but to unleash what?
Tue, Apr 12, 2011
As we move into the rest of Revelation (6-22), it is critical that we begin to understand the basic time-frames that Jesus gave us related to the end of this age. Is it the end of the world, or just the beginning?
Mon, Apr 11, 2011
In part two of this critical message, Ryan continues the exposition of Matthew 24 and then follows Jesus words to "understand" what Daniel the prophet wrote about the coming days. Furthermore, how are Christians to respond in light of troublesome times?
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