Series: Revelation: Unveiling Reality

Revelation: Unveiling Reality Series

Revelation was written to the churches that were being persecuted, to people who felt like God was not answering their prayers. It was written to tell them, and to tell us, that reality is more than what we see with our eyes. The word "Revelation" is Greek translation of the word, Apocalypse, which means unveiling. This book is about unveiling the unseen reality of not just the future, but also the present, SO THAT we can continue to be faithful to God even in midst of hardship, SO THAT we can overcome.

Date Title Speaker
Aug 28 2016The Blessing of Revelation (Revelation 22:6-21)
Aug 21 2016The New City: New Heaven and New Earth (Revelation 21:1-22:5)
Aug 14 2016Making Sense of Millennialism (Revelation 20)
Aug 7 2016The Most Beautiful Wedding (Revelation 19)
Jul 31 2016In Bed with Babylon, Part 2: Convicted Grace (Revelation 18)
Jul 24 2016In Bed with Babylon, Part 1: The City Gone Wrong (Revelation 17)
Jul 17 2016How Can a Loving God be Wrathful? (Revelation 14:14-16:21)
Jul 10 2016Responding to the Beasts (Revelation 14:1-13)
Jul 3 2016The Beasts, Empires, and Civil Religion (Revelation 13)
Jun 26 2016The Story That the World Didn’t See (Revelation 12)
Jun 19 2016Witness that Wins the World (Revelation 11)
Jun 12 2016Chewing On the Gospel of the Coming Kingdom (Revelation 10)
Jun 5 2016Seven Trumpets: Unveiling The Day Of The Lord (Revelation 8.1—9.21, 11.15—19)
May 29 2016Do Christians Escape the Great Tribulation? (Revelation 7)
May 22 2016The Problem of the Lamb and the Four Horsemen (Revelation 6)
May 15 2016The Ultimate Plot Twist (Revelation 5)
May 8 2016Becoming What We Behold: The Transforming Power of Worship (Revelation 4)
May 1 2016Nausea (Revelation 3:7-22)
Apr 24 2016Dead Inside (Revelation 3:1-6)
Apr 17 2016Sex, Money, and Jezebel (Revelation 2:18-29)