Revelation Series: A Vision of the King
The year 2010 was spent going through the last book of the Bible, Revelation, which is also one of the most misunderstood and controversial. Instead of focusing on what we don’t understand about it, our pastors focused on what we do understand: it’s all about the victory of our King and Savior, Jesus Christ, and therefore, our victory since we are united and joined to the King through salvation. Catch a vision of the King!
Jason Hansen concludes our series in Revelation!
As we near the end of our series on Revelation, the story of our world nears it’s end as well. Rich preached this message from Revelation chapter 21 on the last Sunday of 2010.
Jon preaches a message from the last part of Revelation chapter 20.
Rich unpacks the first part of chapter 20 with 3 points of helpful clarification and encouragement about “The Millenium” (1,000 years) referenced in this passage.
Steve Shank finishes Revelation chapter 19 with a sobering yet encouraging look at our Savior the Victorious Warrior.
Rich explains a song from Revelation chapter 19 which gives us 3 reasons to sing “Hallelujah!”
Revelation 18 reminds us that judgment is coming. Rich opens the passage and encourages us to flee the judgment by running to Jesus!
Rich warns us from scripture about the dangers of aligning ourselves with the world and with compromise, as represented by the “lady” of Babylon and all that she stands for in Revelation 17. (Parents, please be advised – due to the content and language of the passage, please consider this sermon “PG-13″ when considering allowing your children to listen to it.)
Rich Richardson continues in the Revelation series with a sobering message on the wrath of God and it’s ramifications for unbelievers and believers.
Jon Payne preaches the second half of his message on endurance for believers with sobering encouragement from Revelation 14 and 15.
Jon Payne continues the series in Revelation with an encouraging message and practical thoughts for endurance.
Jon preaches about the third beast from the latter half of Revelation 13.
(Due to technical difficulties, the recording begins a little late and cuts out after approx 34 minutes. We apologize for this mishap.)
Rich talks about who “The Beast” really is and how believers can stand firm against him.
Jon Payne preaches from Revelation 12 reminding us the cling to God’s victory over Satan in Christ, in Salvation and in the Church as our only hope against the deceptions of Satan and this world.
Rich Richardson closes Revelation chapter 11 with a provoking and encouraging message on why Christ’s return matters in how we live our every day lives. There is a “reward” waiting for everyone.
Rich Richardson brings much clarity and explanation to Revelation 11:1-14, as well an encouraging reminder to believers that though we may have physical trials and hardships in this life, we will always be “spiritually safe.”
Rich Richardson picks back up in the Revelation series with a sermon from chapter 10 on the unknowns we all face in our lives.
Rich finishes up Revelation chapter 9 with an excellent and challenging message about an enemy worse than horses breathing fire, smoke and sulfur.
Rich Richardson preaches from the first half of Revelation chapter 9.
Rich Richardson brings an excellent message from the latter half of Revelation 8 on the “un-creation” of the earth and how it reveals the idols of our hearts.
Jon preaches an inspiring message from Revelation 8:1-5, encouraging us to pray confidently because we pray to a God who listens and who enjoys our prayers.
Rich explains the last seal and who the 144,000 are in Revelation chapter 7.
Rich Richardson preaches from Revelation 6 and reminds us of where our hope is in the midst of the fearful and awful times represented by the 5 seals in this chapter.
Rich Richardson finishes Revelation 5 and the awesome majesty in the throne room of heaven, beholding the glorious Lamb who is worthy of all glory, honor, power and praise.
Rich continues the series in Revelation – this week he begins chapter 5 and we catch a mind-blowing glimpse into the throne room of heaven.
Jon preached through this beautiful chapter that illustrates the throne room of God and points our eyes to Jesus.
The final church to receive a letter from Jesus in Revelation is Laodicea. He confronts this prosperous church with their lukewarm complacency and calls them to open the door at His knock.
An Easter message out of the letter to Philadelphia in Revelation chapter 3 – Jesus, the risen King, stabilizes the shaken.
Pastor Jon Payne preached this message out of Revelation on the letter to the church at Sardis.
Rich preached this sermon out of Revelation from the letter to the church at Thyatira; a warning against tolerating false teachers.
This sobering message by Rich Richardson is from the letter to the church of Pergamum in Revelation chapter 2.
This is the second class Rich is teaching on eschatology – the study of the last things. This week, he focused on the intermediate state and the Olivet Discourse.
Trey Richardson preached this message from Revelation about the church in Smyrna who needed encouragement as they faced trials and suffering.
Jason Hansen preached from Revelation 2 about the encouragement and warnings given to the church at Ephesus.
Rich preached this message from Revelation that calls us to believe that Jesus, the risen King, is working now.
Rich preached this introduction to a series on the book of Revelation answering the question “Why should we study Revelation?”