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Satan desire is for you

Satan’s Desire for you

Revelation 13 – The Beast out of the Sea & The Beast out of the Earth.  John’s use of I saw (vv. 1, 2) marks a return to the first-person narrative style.  He now abruptly reminds us that he is an eyewitness to the events he describes.

Bring it on

Revelation 12 – The Dragon and the Woman. In this chapter we have an account of the contest between the church and antichrist, the seed of the woman and the seed of the serpent.

Revelation 10 - What are we doing

What are we doing

Revelation 10 – What are we doing? This chapter is an introduction to the latter part of the prophecies of this book. The underlying message of this chapter is positive and that we should not think that this book should not depress us.

Its all about prayer

Its all about Prayer

NOTE: The preacher take 30 seconds to start the sermon – Revelation 8 – It’s all about Prayer. As was the case with the breaking of the seven seals, the first four trumpets in the sequence are set apart from the last three. The four areas affected–earth, sea, fresh water and sky–made up the whole…

Revelation 7 - Persvere


John’s beautiful poetic image comes to life as grim reality in chapter 7. The wind becomes part of the vision–and a very real threat–when John sees four angels standing at the four corners of the earth, holding back the four winds of the earth to prevent any wind from blowing on the land or on…

Revelation 5 - Its all about Jesus

Revelation 5 – It’s all about Jesus

Revelation 5 – The Scroll and the Lamb Revelation chapter 5 continues the vision of chapter 4. The “book” is a scroll with seven messages, each of which has been “sealed” with the authority of God. The breaking of the seals would reveal the message inside each part of the scroll. Scrolls normally had writing…

A Vision of Heaven

A Vision of Heaven

Revelation 4 – A Throne in Heaven A vision of God, as on his glorious throne, around which were twenty-four elders and four living creatures. Whose songs, and those of the holy angels, the apostle heard.  To John the throne represents the power and majesty of the one sitting on it, and everything else he sees is described…

Never lose the truth Rev 2:12-17

Never Lose the Truth

To the Church in Pergamum John’s letter to the church in Pergamum is his third in the series of seven. In this third letter he records the words of “The One who has the sharp two-edged sword.” As in Revelation 1:16 this is a reference to Christ.

The Persecution Rev 2:8-11

The Persecution

To the Church Smyrna Revelation 2:8-11. The church was suffering misfortune and poverty, which are often closely linked. When Christians are being persecuted, they may find it difficult to find employment. However, the poverty of the church in Smyrna was only economic, they were spiritually rich. 1. The Persecution Smyrna was a Greek city dating back to…