Bottom line: Every person will give glory to God either at a distance separated from God by fear or through love as he or she comes near. The two witnesses (martyrs) of chapter 11 will have a team preaching ministry that powerfully demonstrates and communicates God's power and promise of the coming kingdom.
The Two Martyrs
November 17, 2019
November 17, 2019 • Pastor Chad Thompson • Revelation 11:1-13
December 13, 2020 • December 13, 2020 • Pastor Chad Thompson
Bottom line: Jesus' final words are His promise to fulfill our most hope-filled prayer. His final words - Surely, I come quickly. Our hope-filled prayer is that of John - Even so, come Lord Jesus. Revelation 22:6-21 gives us a series of last sayings: the final words of Jesus in Revelation, the final invitations in Revelation, and the final warning in Revelation.
Home Sweet Home
December 6, 2020 • December 6, 2020 • Pastor Chad Thompson
Bottom line: Every believer will be a victor who lives in home sweet home. Our new home will be in the New Jerusalem. It will be home sweet home in the new heaven and new earth. It will come with new experiences that we will enjoy to the full like no sorrow, our purpose fulfilled, an ultimate intimacy with God, and the purity and security of New Jerusalem - home sweet home.
Hope For Something New
November 15, 2020 • November 15, 2020 • Pastor Chad Thompson
Bottom line: How we experience life in the present is determined by our hope for the future based on our faith in Jesus’ death and resurrection. We are hope shaped creatures. What we hope for in the future makes all the difference in the NOW! Our NOW experience is controlled by our belief about the future. Our hope is that one day we will live with God in a new heaven and new earth. Knowing this is our future we can make it through any trouble and adversity in our present.