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  • John's Vision

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Jan 22, 2014

    Continuing our study of Revelation we are shown a very vivid description of Jesus Christ in His glorified body. This is the same Jesus we shall see one if we follow Him in our lives.

    John’s Vision Revelation, Part 2, Revelation 1:12-18 Ω Introduction Open your bibles to Revelation, Chapter 1 - Let’s recap last week quickly: -- Over-arching importance: 2 Timothy 4:2 says “Preach the Word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, more

  • The Apostle John's Vision Of Heaven"

    Contributed by Ray Ellis on Apr 20, 2004
    based on 60 ratings

    This sermon looks at the false views of heaven and presents a Biblical picture of heaven.

    The Apostle John’s Vision of Heaven Revelation 21:1-8 One of the earliest Christian Creeds written by early church Fathers in the 2nd to 7th Century gives a statement of faith that defines the Christian Faith from Non Christian Faith. Apostles Creed English Version I believe in God, more

  • John's Vision Of Jesus

    Contributed by Isaac Butterworth on Aug 6, 2018

    Jesus displays His presence and power so that we may be accountable to Him when temptations beset us and assured by Him when trials besiege us.

  • The Heavenly Throne Series

    Contributed by Leighton (Lee) Vary on Jan 27, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    John see the Ancient of Days on His throne. A door was opened. A voice commanded John to "come up here". John was then in the presence of God. John begins to describe his vision.

    I. Introduction A. Turn to Revelation 4:1 Revelation 4:1-2 After this I looked, and there before me was a door standing open in heaven. And the voice I had first heard speaking to me like a trumpet said, "Come up here, and I will show you what must take place after this." (2) At once I was more

  • Lesson 1: John On Patmos Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Feb 21, 2015

    John's experience on the Island of Patmos

    INTRODUCTION 1. A political prisoner. “I was on the island of Patmos, exiled there for preaching the Word of God” (1:9). The arrest papers read, “Testifying that Jesus Christ is King.” 2. Island. “10 miles long, six miles wide. Mt. Elias is 800 feet, and John more

  • Responding To The Sovereign Christ Series

    Contributed by Jerry Watts on Jul 10, 2011

    John gives us a picture of how we are to respond to the "Glorified Christ." John ’vision’ of the glorified Christ is stunning and revealing.

    The Unveiling Responding To the Sovereign Christ Revelation 1:9-18 At the end of every service, we have (what we term) the invitation, the altar call, or even the time of decision. This morning I submit that every time you hear a word from HIS word, you make a decision. Believing that God more

  • The River Of Heaven

    Contributed by Glenn Dale Pease on Aug 29, 2014

    In John's vision of the heavenly Jerusalem, he shows us that all the hopes of a sacred city on a sacred river will be fulfilled, and we will have peace like a river forever.

    THE RIVER OF HEAVEN based on Rev. 22:1-2 By Glenn Pease Kipling's book, Kim, has been called the greatest story of a river that has ever been written. According to Buddhist tradition, Buddha shot an arrow into the air, and where it fell, a river sprang up. The river was sacred, and more

  • Why Take The Revelation Seriously? Series

    Contributed by Leighton (Lee) Vary on Oct 28, 2016

    The Revelation was never intended to be take literally. Now, before you get angry with me, let me tell you that I do take the Revelation seriously and I do take it literally. This book is of vital importance.

    I. Introduction A. Under the Romans 1. At the time of the Greek Empire, the Jews asked Rome for help a. The reason was that the Greek King had persecuted the Jews, desecrated the temple, and murdered faithful followers of Jehovah. b. The Romans were their liberators, at more

  • Yes, You Can Judge A Book By Its Cover Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Mar 12, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    A study of the book of Revelation chapter 20

    Revelation 20: 1 – 15 Yes, You Can Judge A Book By Its Cover 1 Then I saw an angel coming down from heaven, having the key to the bottomless pit and a great chain in his hand. 2 He laid hold of the dragon, that serpent of old, who is the Devil and Satan, and bound him for a thousand more

  • Fear, Death, Life

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Oct 26, 2010

    It may seem strange to embrace death. But John could do so as he learned of fellow believers being killed, because he had a vision of the risen Christ as lord of life and death and even as lord of all human history.

    Takoma Park Baptist Church, Washington, DC July 27, 1986 The picture is indelibly etched on my memory, I'm sure because at the time the incident seemed so bizarre, so peculiar. The scene was an elementary school talent show; all of us had been groomed and polished and persuaded that we more

  • Responding To Eternal Glory Part I Series

    Contributed by David Scudder on Apr 11, 2010
    based on 3 ratings

    Bible believers are sometimes criticized because they believe in heaven instead of facing the real world. The truth is the opposite. Heaven is more real than this present life because it is permanent and this life is temporary.

    Revelation 22:6-9 Purpose: To challenge believers to stay focused on God. Aim: I want the listener to worship God intently. INTRODUCTION: How can we be content in a world where there is so much suffering and pain, especially when it looks like it's only going to get worse? Even if the world more

  • Respoding To Eternal Glroy Part Iv Series

    Contributed by David Scudder on May 16, 2010

    If we have embraced Christ’s forgiveness then we will long for others to embrace it too.

    Part IV Revelation 22:17 Purpose: To declare God's invitation to eternal life. Aim: I want the listener to come to Christ and to call others to Christ. INTRODUCTION: A few centuries before Christ a man named Alexander conquered almost all of the known world using military strength, cleverness more

  • Responding To Eternal Glory Part V Series

    Contributed by David Scudder on May 16, 2010

    “Are we there yet?” These familiar words usually come from bored back seat travelers during a long car trip. Unlike a long trip to grandma’s house, a Christian’s trip to heaven comes with a list of guarantees. We may encounter some hard things along the w

    Part V Revelation 22:18-21 Purpose: To contrast the save and the lost. Aim: I want the listener to dread God's wrath and love Jesus Christ. INTRODUCTION: "Are we there yet?" These familiar words usually come from bored back seat travelers during a long car trip. Sometimes the trip gets so more

  • Responding To Eternal Glory Part Ii Series

    Contributed by David Scudder on Apr 25, 2010
    based on 2 ratings

    Since we have studied the book of Revelation, Jesus wants to make it clear that we must now urgently apply what we have learned. The stakes could not be higher. If that is true then why do we live as if it is not true? We must ask ourselves: Do we really

    Part II Revelation 22:10-13 Purpose: To command believers to spread God's truth. Aim: I want the listener to urgently live and proclaim God's salvation. INTRODUCTION: You might remember an old road sign that said, "Seat belts. Not just a good idea, it's the law." You may have seen a bumper more

  • On Time

    Contributed by Dr. Gale A. Ragan-Reid on Sep 23, 2015

    By the law of faith, worthy is Christ Jesus---the blood of the Lamb, to redeem, for the saving of the great multitude.

    ON TIME by Dr. Gale A. Ragan-Reid (September 22, 2015) “To declare, I say, at this time his righteousness: that he might be just, and the justifier of him which believeth in Jesus (Romans 3:26, King James Version, [Jesus might be just and the justifier of more