Revelation 19:1-5 · Sun May 20 2018
This passage shows the saints of heaven and earth worshiping and adoring God for His judgments. Even the judgment of hell is the subject of praise. This sermon shows why these judgments are praiseworthy.
Revelation 18:21-24 · Sun May 13 2018
This sermon digs into archeology and history and shows the literal fulfillment of this prophecy. Not only was the temple leveled, but all of Jerusalem was leveled to the ground. What we see now on Haram esh-Sharif is either the Roman Fort Antonia or was built by Hadrian using Herodian stones.
Revelation 18:9-19 · Sun May 06 2018
This sermon uses the empire-wide economic meltdown in AD 70 to teach Biblical principles for handling a potential economic meltdown in our future.
Revelation 18:4-8 · Sun Apr 29 2018
There has been much confusion on the issues surrounding ecclesiastical separation. Is it a violation of Christ's prayer for unity in John 17, or is it a means of achieving Christ's goal? What are legitimate and illegitimate reasons for separation? Why does God consider membership in apostate denominations to be dangerous and why does it constitute rebellion against Christ? This sermon answers these and other questions.
Revelation 18:1-3 · Sun Apr 22 2018
This sermon goes through the reasons for the fall of Jerusalem and seeks to demonstrate that America is progressing fast down the same road.
Revelation 17:8-18 · Sun Apr 15 2018
This sermon gives a Biblical philosophy of conspiracies. It deals with three first century conspiracies that God frustrated.
Revelation 17:4-7 · Sun Mar 18 2018
This chapter analyzes the seductive nature of politics and the specific sins of the Whore of Revelation 17.
Revelation 17:2-3 · Sun Mar 11 2018
This sermon shows how easy it is for Christians to become part of the political prostitution within the system. It is a call for Reformation in preaching and in politics.
Revelation 17:1 · Sun Mar 04 2018
Most of this sermon outlines the various views on the Whore of Babylon and the internal clues given by John that rule out all competing theories except for one - that she is the city of Jerusalem.