Revelation 21:1 · Sun Sep 09 2018
This sermon deals with the difficult subject of the "new heaven and the new earth."
Revelation 20:11-15 · Sun Sep 02 2018
A very practical application of this powerful description of the final judgment. How should the Book of Works, the Book of Life, and our judgment based on the Bible affect the way we live right now?
Revelation 20:7-10 · Sun Aug 26 2018
This sermon challenges the establishment view that Revelation 20:7-10 is describing a final apostasy of living nations and defends the view that the final rebellion is being engaged in by the non-elect who have just been released from Hades with Satan and resurrected. It all occurs on the last day of history.
Revelation 20:4-6 · Sun Aug 12 2018
This sermon takes on the typical Amil, Postmil, and Premil interpretations of this passage and shows how the two resurrections are two literal resurrections of bodies from the grave, the first being in the first century and the second being at the end of history.
Revelation 20:1-3 · Sun Aug 05 2018
This sermon sets the stage for chapter 20 by ruling out all other interpretations of the 1000 years, the binding of Satan, and the timing of these events. It also gives the practical ramifications of this view of eschatology
Revelation 19:17-21 · Sun Jun 17 2018
This sermon outlines some of the implications of the massive body count in August of AD 70.
Revelation 19:11-16 · Sun Jun 10 2018
This sermon looks at the first of two snapshots that give the trajectory of Christ's kingdom between AD 70 and the end of time. This snapshot shows image after image guaranteeing the total victory of Christ's kingdom in time and space.
Revelation 7:9-17, part2 · Sun May 15 2016
The greatest tribulation of the church ushered countless people around the globe into heaven. This sermon examines some of the remaining issues surrounding this passage, such as why there was so much joy in heaven, how heaven should be the pattern for our worship on earth, etc.
Revelation 7:1-8 · Sun Apr 17 2016
By process of elimination this sermon rules out all interpretations of the 144,000 but one, identifying this group as a literal 144,000 Jewish believers preserved by God during the first century. These were a dedicated spiritual army mustered by God to restore the church in every nation - a church that had just previously been almost wiped off the face of the map by the Jews and by Nero. This sermon also gives four practical applications that can bring comfort to believers in any age.
Acts 28:26-31 · Sun Jan 31 2010