Sermons in “Apocalypse Now - The Revelation of Jesus Christ”
In this passage, John describes four distinct impressions that he saw in his vision. An understanding of these impressions gives us a perspective of history that we would not have otherwise.View Sermon
In this week’s sermon, we learn about rejoicing in heaven. How God is preparing the wedding venue – the world He created for when Jesus returns.
We need to be ready for that day and tell others that day to come.
In this week’s sermon, we learn about what the enemy looks like and how we should respond to the temptations that come our way. Even though this passage was written a long time ago, the same tools are used by Satan today, which is why we should remain on our guard and stay alert so that we can remain set apart for God.View Sermon
Throughout history, despite God’s fair warning judgements that precede his coming, people increasingly resist and will thus rightly face his final justice. What role do Christians play in this? Listen to the talk.View Sermon
In the previous chapter we heard about Satan’s effort to establish his kingdom. In this passage we see God’s response. Listen to what Christians are called to do as all of this unfolds.View Sermon
As with much in the book of Revelation, very vivid imagery is used in this passage.
Listen to the talk for an understanding on how to read the language. But especially, hear what this passage means to Christians today.
Some very vivid imagery appears in this passage. In this talk, we will explore its interpretation and, with this understanding, examine what John’s vision means to Christians today.View Sermon