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The book of Revelation is not about eschatology (end times). Revelation is about Christology (the person and work of Jesus Christ) and Missiology (the mission of the Church). Throughout Revelation, we see what John saw (1:2) namely Jesus who reigns and his Church who are victorious in Him.
May 31 | The “Apocalypse” of Jesus Christ
Revelation 1: 1-8
The revelation of Jesus to John was meant to be a source of confidence and hope for the Christians in Asia Minor. The book of Revelation should act as a reminder that victory is a promise of God to the believer who overcomes the challenges faced in our lives.
June 7 | The Church in Ephesus
June 14 | The Church in Laodicea
The seven churches of Revelation were commended and challenged to hold onto the promises of victory through Jesus, no matter the difficulty. Just like the churches in Revelation, believers are called to listen to the Holy Spirit for counsel, encouragement, and correction as we go about our daily lives.
June 21 | Is He Worthy?
Believers should find in Jesus all that is worthy of praise and worship. He is victorious and reigns over all things. When we feel overwhelmed, we must always hold on to the victory we have through Jesus.
June 28 | Every Nation, Tribe, People and Tongue
Salvation is for all people, regardless of nationality, race, or economic status.
July 5 | Patriotic Service
Join us as we praise God for our freedom and those who protect it every day.
July 12 | The Marriage Feast
Amid pictures of war, violence, and sadness, Revelation points again to the power of trusting God in all situations. The bride of Christ will one day be joined to her groom, and so we wait eagerly. We must learn how to sense God’s presence even when it feels like he’s not there. The best way to do this is to learn to worship Him even when life doesn’t make sense.
July 19 | Hell No!
Unless we place our faith in Jesus Christ, we will be condemned for our sins.
July 26 | The New Heaven and New Earth
The believers of the first century suffered – or would be suffering soon enough – and the message of Revelation is, “Hold on; your victory is sure and will be unveiled.” If victory is not realized in this life, it will be in the next. We must always keep in mind that our victory in Christ is both already present and somewhat veiled. However, God has promised in the end we will be victorious forever.