In this first part of the Book of Revelation, we look at the three main entities, Jesus, John, and the Church.
In this teaching, we focus on the first four churches in Asia. The importance of making sure we are in line with God's Word, and what we can learn from them.
In this teaching, we examine the remaining three churches in Asia. We see the good, the bad, and how we can overcome
God's judgment will be released upon this earth. In this part we will see how Jesus is the only one qualified to release that judgment.
Chapter 6 of Revelation shows us of the judgments of God found in the scroll with the seven seals
Chapter 7 of Revelation takes us to the throne room of God, as we see the raptured faithful worshipping before God.
In the eighth and ninth chapters of Revelation, the first six trumpets are sounded and the judgments of God are released upon the earth.
In the tenth and eleventh chapters of Revelation, God shows us the importance of being covenant minded and not a carnal Christian.
Chapter 12 of Revelation takes us back in time to show us the three main parts during the end times; Israel, Jesus, and the Devil.
Chapter 13 of Revelation introduces us to two different beasts where the antichrist will come out of in an attempt to take the authority Jesus has given us.
In this part, God's Word tries to warn the world one final time before His full wrath is poured out upon it
Chapter 16 shows us the seven bowls of God's wrath that will be poured out on the world before Jesus' return.
Chapter 17 shows us the beginning of the fall of Babylon and Satan's reign.
Chapter 18 takes us into the final days of Babylon, which represents the kingdom of Satan.
In chapter 19 of Revelation, we see the importance of being ready for Jesus' return. In this powerful teaching we see the need to be in covenant relationship with Jesus and filled with the Holy Spirit.
Chapter 20 shows us the Millennial Reign of Jesus Christ and the requirements for us to reign with Him.
The last two chapters of Revelation show us about our eternal home with God when we have made Him the Lord of our lives.