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  • David Zimmerman

    Contributing sermons since Oct 18, 2000
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  • Will You Be Left Behind?

    Contributed on Jan 25, 2002
    based on 64 ratings
     | 2,842 views

    Part of the Left Behind Powerpak.

    Chapter four marks a major prophetic turning point in the book of Revelation. In verse one, John tells us that he looked and saw a door opened in heaven. Then he tells us that the FIRST VOICE that he heard reminded him of the sound of a trumpet, calling him to come up hither, through the open ...read more

  • The World Under Anti-Christ

    Contributed on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 135 ratings
     | 5,985 views

    I was reading another pastor's sermon notes on Revelation. After his twelfth sermon (this is my fourteenth), he received an anonymous note from his congregation. It read, Kindly see to it that your sermon presentation is more entertaining and con-cise. He had a member who thought he was ...read more

  • The Rapture Question

    Contributed on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 307 ratings
     | 13,243 views

    Chapter four marks a major prophetic turning point in the book of Revelation. In verse one, John tells us that he looked and saw a door opened in heaven. Then he tells us that the FIRST VOICE that he heard reminded him of the sound of a trumpet, calling him to come up hither, through the open ...read more

  • A Church Wedded To The World

    Contributed on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 162 ratings
     | 7,006 views

    In 1871, an American named Heinrich Schliemann began ex-cavating an ancient city in Turkey. To the amazement of many, this retiredbusinessman had discovered the lost city of Troy. To-day, you can still see the ruins of its towers and its walls, which were 16 feet thick. According to the Homer's ...read more

  • The Danger Of Fundamentalism

    Contributed on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 61 ratings
     | 1,697 views

    Ephesus was a wealthy, cultured city. But it was also a mor-ally corruptcity. In many ways, you could compare it to Wash-ington D.C., Dallas, Texas, Chicago, Boston, Amsterdam, or Ber-lin. If we could transport Ephesus into modern times, it would have its skyscrapers and snarled expressways. It ...read more

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