The first thing most people think of when they think of Revelation is strange beasts, symbolic numbers, and visions like nightmares. But the first verse of the book says that Revelation is about Jesus. Understanding some basics about what Jesus accomplished during his time on earth will help us when it comes to interpreting Revelation.
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Jonah was decidedly not interested in going to Nineveh, just like we don’t seem to be all that interested in carrying the gospel to the cities today. But God is concerned about the cities.
Have you ever wondered what kind of Bible study Jesus gave to the two disciples on the road to Emmaus?
There is something going on the behind the scenes. Something bigger is happening than our eyes can see. What is it?
Sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me is patently false. And the Bible has some straight words for Christians who do not control their tongues.
Sermon by Pastor Jeff Scoggins