Sermon Series
  • 1. The Unveiling Of A Masterpiece

    Contributed on Aug 13, 2007
    based on 11 ratings

    An introductory sermon to a series on the book of the Revelation.

    How do you recognize a masterpiece? Sometimes it’s not even easy for artists themselves to tell. There is an old legend of the famous abstract painter Picasso showing off his latest painting to the sculptor Rodin (The Thinker.) Rodin looked hard at the unsigned painting, then turned it one more

  • 2. Keeping It Together When Everything Is Falling Apart

    Contributed on Sep 15, 2007
    based on 6 ratings

    An exposition of Rev. 7

    Keeping It Together When Everything Falls Apart Rev. 7 Whenever you read the book of Revelation, sooner or later you have to get to the unpleasant subject of tribulation---more specifically, what is known as the Great Tribulation---a future dark of dark days described in several ways in the more

  • 3. The Dragon Wars

    Contributed on Nov 19, 2007
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    An Exposition of Rev. 12

    The Dragon Wars Rev. 12 I suppose it’s not unusual for monsters to come up in conversation on Halloween night, but you probably didn’t expect to hear about them at church. Nevertheless, that’s just what we’re going to talk about—a monster, more specifically, a dragon. Dragons are mythical more

  • 4. The Bittersweet Truth

    Contributed on Nov 19, 2007
    based on 8 ratings

    An Exposition of Rev. 10

    The Bittersweet Truth Rev. 10 George came home from work after a very long and terrible day. Everything had gone wrong. His secretary called in sick and he couldn’t figure out how to use the fax machine. The photocopier jammed and the paper caught on fire. The district manager scolded him for more

  • 5. Just For The Unjust

    Contributed on Dec 8, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Exposition of Rev. 16

    Justice for the Unjust Rev. 16 One of the most startling recent statistics is the fact the prison population of the USA is now over 2 million people. A more controversial question though is, “why do we put people in prison?” Law enforcement, district attorneys, judges work hard to bring more

  • 6. A Whole New World

    Contributed on Mar 24, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Exposition of Rev. 21

    A Whole New World Rev. 21 The year was 1516, when Sir Thomas More (who later became patron saint of politicians) first wrote a novel about a perfect society on an imaginary island off the coast of South America. Its people lived in 54 identical towns. They gardened, devoted their spare time to more