Letters To The Church (Revelation 2-3)

As we study the book of Revelation, we begin a series within a series, where we explore the 7 letters of Jesus to the church. The number 7 is a key number in Hebrew thought, in the book of Revelation, and the bible as a whole. Seven represented completion or even perfection: think the days…

Revelation’s End

Here is our last lesson on Revelation. I hope you have learned as much as I have. As I said last week, I am growing to fear God more and more because of how incredibly powerful and sovereign He is… but my fear does not distance me from God, it drives me closer to Him….

Lukewarm Disgusting, pt. 8 (end of Revelation series… for now)

Revelation 3:14-22Laodicea was a prosperous city, known for being a center of trade and communication between other Roman cities. Much of its wealth came from production of glossy, raven black wool from local sheep (dyed or original unknown) as well as from its school of medicine, known for “Phrygian Powder” used to help cure eye…

Opportunity Knocks, pt. 7

Revelation 3:7-13The Philadelphian church was only the second church of the seven that was not condemned by Jesus but applauded for its work. It was a church that took strategic advantage of opportunities to follow God and reach its city with the gospel. Recognition is given to this church because of its faithfulness. By examining…