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  • A Picture Of Jesus

    Contributed by Chris Beam on Sep 26, 2015

    The title, "Revelation", is taken from the very first verse of the first chapter: "The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave Him to show to his servants..." (Rev. 1:1). Now, what do you do when something’s revealed to you? You LOOK at it.

    A PICTURE OF JESUS Revelation 1:9-20 There’s an old saying that says, "A picture is worth a thousand words." I think that’s pretty accurate; Jesus seems to have thought so too. His favorite method of teaching was in parables - vivid, illustrative word pictures that helped his more

  • King Jesus - Real King Or Role Model?

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Nov 15, 2018

    This is a sermon that deal with Jesus being King of Our Lives - designed for Christ the King Sunday

    Scripture: Revelation 1:4 - 8; Psalm 93:1-5 (Other scriptures - Isaiah 9:7; John 1:49; Revelation 17:14; 19:16) Theme: Kingship of Christ Title: Real King or Role Model? INTRO: Grace and peace from God our Father and from Jesus Christ our Savior and LORD! Today has been labeled "Christ more

  • 77. The Book Of Revelation Series

    Contributed by Gary Regazzoli on Nov 17, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    The Book of Revelation gives us a heavenly insight into what is going on behind the scenes in the flow of history.

    IN GOD'S IMAGE 77 - THE BOOK OF REVELATION This message is part of a series of 90 sermons based on the title, “In God’s Image – God’s Purpose for humanity.” This series of free sermons or the equivalent free book format is designed to take the reader through an amazing process beginning with God in more

  • Christ, The King Of Kings!

    Contributed by Thomas Clawser on Nov 25, 2018

    John, on the Supremacy of Christ

    A couple driving home from a conference talked about how they might use what they had learned at their jobs. Rounding a curve in the road, they came upon a serious motorcycle accident. The bike seemed to catch on something and flip into the air. The helmet-less driver was thrown fifty yards or so, more

  • Who Is Jesus Christ?

    Contributed by Eugene Pansler Jr on Mar 17, 2016

    who is Jesus Christ

    Who is Jesus Christ, is he just a man, is he just a martyr, or is he just someone who wanted to make a mark in life? In Revelation 1, we see three major thing's Jesus Christ is. Who is Jesus Christ, (first,second,third), he is: 1. The Alpha & Omega, the Beginning and the more

  • (Section 5) Thou Prepares A Table Before Me. Series

    Contributed by Luther Sexton on Mar 11, 2019

    Celebration of getting through the valley of death.

    XV. THOU PREPAREST A TABLE BEFORE ME IN THE PRESENCE OF MINE ENEMIES A. Usually when a soldier is in the presence of his enemies, if he eats at all it is a quick bite and then back to the battle. (Robert McKenzie) 1. M.R.E. = carry them with you ready to eat while on the run. 2. Usually more

  • Jesus Greets You Or Easter In Revelation!

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Apr 22, 2019

    Jesus rose the victor on the third day, ascended to heaven forty days later, and is waiting to return. He has sent a message to us in the interim. Think of it as an Easter card!

    Jesus Greets You or Easter In Revelation! (Revelation 1:4-8, 17-18) 1. In 1914, British World War I soldier Pvt. Thomas Hughes wrote a letter to his wife, sealed it in a ginger ale bottle, and tossed it into the English Channel. He died two days later fighting in France. Fast forward to 1999 when more

  • He's Alive Series

    Contributed by Randall James on Apr 22, 2019

    People have responded differently to the Resurrection. This message is about the doubters, memorialists, show-offs, superstitious, and the transformed.

    I don’t have any Easter jokes for you today, but I did come across some Easter quotes that I think you’ll regret hearing. Al Jamal said: “My father was so cheap. Every Easter we’d wear the same clothes, but he’d take us to a different church.” Melanie White said these two things about Easter: more

  • Christmas Past Series

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on May 24, 2018

    The Bible reveals: Christmas past – Who Jesus was (All the way back to the Beginning) – Christmas present (Jesus who is present tense – Emmanuel the God who is with us right now) and the Bible reminds us that Christmas future is coming to this world

    Theme: Christmas Miracles: past-present-future Thesis: The Bible reveals: Christmas past – Who Jesus was (All the way back to the Beginning) – Christmas present (Jesus who is present tense – Emmanuel the God who is with us right now) and the Bible reminds us that Christmas future is coming to 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 Book of Revelation was given by the Father to Jesus, who presented it through the Apostle John “to show to his servants the things that must soon take place” (Rev. 1:1). The prophecy was written in the mid-90s by John on the island of Patmos, where he was in exile “on account of the word of God more

  • Spiritual Eclipses

    Contributed by David Simpson on Aug 23, 2017

    Comparing the solar eclipse to spiritual eclipses such as denial and delay and distractions. Also an emphasis on the return of the SON as compared to the eclipse of the sun.

    Sermon Lanier Christian Church August 20, 2017 David Simpson Spiritual Eclipses Revelation 1:7; 1 Thessalonians 5:2 1 Thessalonians 5:2 – “…for you know very well that the day of the Lord will come like a thief in the night.” Monday is the day! Rain or shine, the total solar more

  • The Key Verse To The Entire Book Is Verse 19- There Are 3 Divisions Series

    Contributed by William D. Brown on Jan 3, 2018
    based on 2 ratings

    Revelation 1:19 Write the things which thou hast seen, past--- and the things which are, present--- and the things which shall be hereafter; future

    #3 - 1:1-7 New Revised Revelation Study Let us begin today by pointing out that the key verse to the entire book is verse 19. In this verse there are 3 divisions of this book. ~ past--present-- future Revelation 1:19 Write the things which thou hast seen, past--- and the more

  • #2~new Revised Revelation Study Series

    Contributed by William D. Brown on Jan 3, 2018

    Revelation is the only book of prophecy in the N.T.- there are seventeen in the O.T.

    2~ Revelation Study: Before we get into the verses of the Revelation of Jesus Christ , I want to point out a few more great truths to do with this book of prophecy, its the only book of prophecy in the N.T. there are several prophetic references in the more

  • Soon & Very Soon Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Jan 6, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    In Revelation 1:1-6, believers can experience grace and peace through understanding the 1) Prologue (Revelation 1:1-2), 2) People (Revelation 1:3-4) and 3) Praise (Revelation 1:5-6) to the One who is coming “Soon and Very Soon”.

    Following the many year-end recaps, are the new year projections. Everyone from economists, politicians, meteorologists, farmers to everyday families attempt to look at past data related to present circumstances. Naturally, they seek to glean useful information from that data in order to make more

  • Manifestation Of Glory Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Feb 7, 2018

    Revelation 1:9-20 provides 1) The Setting for the vision (Revelation 1:9–11), it 2) Unfolds the vision itself (Revelation 1:12–16, 20), and it 3) Relates its effects (Revelation 1:17–19).

    A hate speech law that generated years of heated controversy over free speech before being repealed in 2013 could be making a comeback, at least in some form. Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act made it a discriminatory practice to convey messages over the phone or internet that contain more