Sermons

(8-11-19) In Revelation 18, Jesus fulfills his promise to bring Babylon down for her sinfulness and oppression. When Babylon, or any similar society, falls apart, there are serious ramifications. As…
Satan wishes to use aspects of culture to seduce people away form Jesus. Learn how as we consider Revelation 17.
More talk of wrath? You have got to be kidding me. Learn about who the finality of God’s wrath impacts how Christians live today and the hope we have for…
Revelation 14 depicts God’s wrath in terrifying language. It’s not comfortable to hear. But, it is described so that we will gladly choose His love, grace, and forgiveness. Learn more…
Revelation 13 shows us two terrifying beasts. As we consider their symbolic meaning we become aware that we are often tempted to bow to the powers of this world. It…
Our nativity scenes are all wrong! For one, prominent character is missing. Learn what this character and what it means for followers of Jesus as we consider Revelation 12.
In Revelation chapters 10 and 11, we find some of the more difficult passages to interpret. What we find is that despite all the opposition the Church faces throughout time,…
In the sounding of the seven trumpets, we are made aware the reality of God’s wrath. Despite the terror, God desires to pour out grace and mercy on those who…
In Revelation 7 we are shown the answer to the question, “who can stand under God’s wrath?” Find out how you can.
As the vision of Revelation unfolds, John saw a scroll in God’s right hand. He was distressed that no one was able to open the seals or read what was…