Revelation Lesson 4: “The Worthy Lamb”
Motivation: Last week’s lesson (Chapter 4) focused on the glory of God as revealed in His throne room and by His creation. In Chapter 5, John’s attention is turned to God as redeemer through the person and work of Jesus Christ.
Last Updated (Sunday, 02 August 2015 05:36)
Revelation Lesson 3: “Glimpse of the Throne”
Motivation: This week’s lesson and next week’s (Chapter 5) are keys for understanding the entire book. Only when we understand that God created our world and has every sovereign right to judge it, do the terrible events of Chapters 6-19 become understandable
Last Updated (Sunday, 02 August 2015 05:34)
Revelation Lesson 2: “Let Them Hear”
Motivation: The seven churches that Jesus addresses can also represent types of believers and churches as well as the seven periods of the church age. In the following outline we will deal with each church and what it represents. The commendation, complaint, and correction for each church is taken from a chart in the Believer’s Study Bible, p. 1804.
Last Updated (Monday, 20 July 2015 05:21)
Revelation Lesson 1: “Jesus’ Revelation”
Motivation: Often Christians steer clear of Revelation thinking that it cannot be understood. While it is true that Believers who love Jesus take different views of the book; during the next seven weeks, we will share a viewpoint consistent with our Pastor’s.
Last Updated (Sunday, 12 July 2015 05:44)
I John Lesson 6: “Jesus Alone”
Motivation: Interwoven through this chapter are the three characteristics John has previously presented as attributes of Genuine Christianity: 1) sound doctrine, 2) right living and 3) brotherly love. All of these proceed from an authentic faith in Jesus.
Last Updated (Friday, 03 July 2015 04:06)