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After looking at the religious aspects of the Anti-Christ's kingdom, John describes the commercial, political, and economic aspects of this world power next. The destruction promised to the Babylon of the Old Testament is ultimately fulfilled as Babylon of the last days is brought down. For the Christian this chapter exposes the danger of finding o…
 
On the heels of the bowl judgments of God, an angel shows John an historical panorama of the theme of false religion and political power. From the earliest parts of the Bible, the world kingdoms have one thing in common, the hatred of God, His Christ and His people. The unification of false religion and politics, Babylon, is the final Kingdom of th…
 
John recounts the final earthly expression of the wrath of God in the bowl judgments. These judgments occur faster and with more severity than anything before and answer several questions. What is the end of idolatry? Why doesn't pain cause people to repent? Why is Christ's second coming described as a thief? The Kingdom of the Beast finds its fina…
 
The next vision John records is of three angels. These angels proclaim three messages concerning the gospel , the false religious system of the day called Babylon, and the eternal destiny of those that follow her. Again, we are reminded of the need for endurance, obedience, and faith in Jesus that provide eternal security in an evil day.…
 
In the midst of the horror of the tribulation, Satan's wrath, the power of the antichrist and his false prophet virtually unchecked, John pens Revelation 14. In a vision of ultimate triumph, we see the 144,000 sealed, protected and singing of God's redemption. The images of Revelation 14 give us the scope and goal of all true Christian discipleship…
 
Have you ever felt timid when it comes to sharing the gospel or living out your faith? The temptation of fear is something that Christians in every generation have faced. In this passage, Paul encourages Timothy by providing him with a foundation that will help him overcome the temptation of fear and step boldly into God's calling for his life.…
 
Satan and his demons are cast from heaven and their influence is let loose upon the earth. As God intervenes to protect Israel in the wilderness, Satan gives his power and authority to the "beast" - the final world power of Daniel's visions. The world will follow and worship this final world leader setting up the final battle.…
 
In a sweeping vision covering hundreds of years John observes the career of Satan. Satan's activity spans across generations as he seeks to accuse and devour God's people. It's only the blood of the Lamb and the testimony of Jesus that assures the ultimate victory over Satan's schemes. God will protect and preserve his covenant people in the end da…
 
John's next vision shows us what is happening in Jerusalem during the first 3 and a half years of the tribulation. God raises up two witnesses, who look remarkably like Elijah and Moses to speak to the unbelieving nation of Israel. Sadly their message is ignored and they are martyred, but God raises them from the dead as a testimony to the world.…
 
The mystery of God's purposes and plans in dealing with evil comes to an end. Every saint has asked the question - "Why does God allow this evil to continue?" The answer to that question comes in the sounding of the seventh trumpet, and ushers in the final consummation of God's kingdom. The bowl judgments are poured out, and the reclaiming of earth…
 
The next trumpet sounds, number 6, and the second woe commences. The earth dwellers experience a demonic army 2 million strong that ravages a third of the population. In startling severity, this passage demonstrates that spiritual change doesn't happen through receiving more information, but through the oft neglected practice of repentance.…
 
In the next phase of the Lamb bringing about the judgment of God we see the seventh seal opened. The seventh seal contains the seven trumpet judgments that commence the fulfillment of the martyrs prayers for justice poured out upon the earth, the trees, the seas and the skies. God responds to the prayers of the martyrs who have cried out for justic…
 
How important are the promises of God to you? In Revelation 7 we see the remarkable resurrection of a nation. Fulfilling several Old Testament prophesies the nation of Israel takes center stage in the last years of human history to reclaim their place as God's messengers of mercy in the day of wrath. God has been and ever will be faithful to every …
 
Paul’s letter to the Philippians consistently points us to the joy that should be found in those who’ve been adopted into God’s family. This passage displays for us God's gifts of grace and peace and the joy these gifts produce in the life a believer. We also see the partnership we have with one another and the Spirit, as well as a challenge to gro…
 
In the first message in Overcoming Worry and Anxiety, we look at Psalm 131. In three short verses David identifies the problem of pride that makes our spiritual lives so loud. David wrestles his pride into submission by giving us a picture of a child at peace, and gives us our first step toward defeating the tendency we all have to worry.…
 
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