Revelation

Introduction to the Revelation of Jesus Christ (Revelation 1:1-8)

God reveals Himself so that those who know Him are blessed and praise Him regardless of their circumstances.

The Glorified Christ (Revelation 1:9-20)

Even in the midst of suffering and persecution, Christians can look to the glorified Christ and receive encouragement to both persevere and worship.

The Glorified Christ Speaks to His Church (Part 1) (Revelation 2:1-29)

For the glory of God, Jesus commands the Church to be committed to the gospel, reject false teaching, and live in a manner that lines up with the gospel!

The Glorified Christ Speaks to His Church (Part 2) (Revelation 3:1-22)

For the glory of God, Jesus commands the church to be committed to the gospel, reject false teaching, and live in a manner that lines up with the gospel!

What Do You See? (Revelation 4 - 5)

God is on His throne being worshiped and praised as He rightly deserved. Jesus in enthroned in heaven and worthy of all worship as our conquering King.

The Seven Seals (Revelation 6:1-17; 8:1)

God pours forth His wrath so that we might see and know that He is God, and that He alone deserves our worship.

The Worship of God (Revelation 7:1-17)

God is able to seal (protect) His people from His wrath, through the death of His Son. This causes God's people to worship Him.

The Seven Trumpets (Revelation 8:1-9:21; 11:15-19)

God pours out judgment in response to the prayers of His people. While that judgment is painful and terrifying, God's people are sealed and protected from it.

Testify of Christ and His Gospel (Revelation 10 - 11)

We must proclaim Christ and His gospel while there is still time, for a day is coming when judgment will fall and the day of salvation ends.

The Cosmic War between Christ and Satan (Revelation 12:1-17)

Satan will seek to oppose, persecute, even destroy Christians, but through the work of Jesus, Satan has already been defeated.

The Enemy of Christ and His Church (Revelation 13:1-18)

Satan seeks to deceive as many as possible into worshiping him, while killing those who will not.

Thanksgiving in the End Time (Revelation 14:1-20)

God is a just and righteous God who will execute the salvation of His people and the judgment of the wicked at the appropriate time. We should, therefore, be thankful.

The Seven Bowls (Revelation 15:1 - 16:21)

In the end God will pour out His final judgment upon His enemies, where His glory and majesty will be on full display.

Are You Seduced by the World Or Saved by Christ? (Revelation 17:1-18)

The world is seductive and will one day pass away. Jesus saves and His kingdom lasts forever.