Contributed on Oct 30, 2016
Heaven is a wonderful promise. But there are those who think it will be boring and tedious. They're wrong - but do you know why?
Contributed on Sep 19, 2016
Almost everyone has a picture in their minds of what Jesus looks like... but almost no one visualizes Him the way He's shown in Revelation 5. Why does God paint us a portrait of a wounded lamb with 7 horns and 7 eyes?
Contributed on Sep 11, 2016
On 9-11 our nation needed someone to tell us they understood our fears, our enemy and our future. It needed someone to say they had a plan to deal with our enemy and that together we would overcome. Essentially, that's what Revelation 4 is all about.
Contributed on Sep 4, 2016
The first 3 chapters of Revelation have often been seen as separate from the rest of the book. But that doesn't make any sense. Why would Jesus spend 3 chapters on local churches who were not part of the rest of the story?
Contributed on Oct 23, 2016
What is the Millennial Kingdom all about? How important is it to God and what can mean to us? Also, what do we learn about the Judgment Seat of God in Revelation?
Contributed on Oct 16, 2016
Revelation is about a war to end all wars. But what is this about Armageddon and what does it mean to us?
Contributed on Oct 10, 2016
The role of the Church is central to the story of Revelation. How does God portray in this book, and what can this mean to us about our part in God's eternal plan?
Contributed on Oct 3, 2016
Understanding Revelation 12 all depends on what criteria you use to establish when it will (or has) taken place. But once you know WHEN this prophecy is taking place, you can learn a powerful message about God's faithfulness.
Contributed on Sep 25, 2016
Revelation 6 talks of God's vengeance upon the evil of this world. But it also speaks as if there's no hope of repentance for those who are mentioned here. Can that really be true? Can man reach a point where he can't repent?