Sunday Rewind (from Revelation 1:1-3)


Sunday Rewind (Revelation 1:1-3)
Subject: Unveiling Mysteries: A Journey Through the Book of Revelation

Greetings,

I hope this blog finds you well. I'm thrilled to share with you some of the fascinating insights we've been exploring in our past Sunday Study (01 Oct 23). We've been diving deep into the book of Revelation, a text often seen as confusing and controversial, but one that truly holds profound truths and revelations.

The Unveiling: The word "apocalypse" often brings to mind images of destruction and chaos, but did you know it actually means "unveiling" or "revealing"? In our study, we discuss how the book of Revelation unveils the ultimate fate of the devil and the coming of Jesus and His Kingdom.

Genesis and Revelation: We see the connection between the book of Genesis and Revelation. Satan is sentenced in Genesis, and in Revelation the sentence is executed upon him. So of course, he doesn’t want us to read and understand either of these books.

The Power of Prayer: Prayer is a source of power in a believer's life. We discuss its importance, how it's under attack, and how the Book of Revelation reveals God's heart and will for believers. He said pray His Kingdom comes, and in Revelation we see that prayer fully fulfilled.

Symbolism and Imagery: The Book of Revelation is rich with signs and symbols that convey timeless meanings. We delve into the key words and phrases used in the book, such as "behold," "great," and the many references to the Old Testament.

The Story of John: We explored the story of John the Apostle, his exile on the island of Patmos, and how he was trusted with the revelation and the Word of God despite facing harsh conditions. And, now we are entrusted with it.

The Rapture and Tribulation: We discussed the rapture and the tribulation period, emphasizing the importance of seeking first the kingdom and being ready for His soon return!

I hope these topics spark your spirit and excite you to join us on this journey through the Book of Revelation. It's a challenging but rewarding exploration that will bring peace and comfort, as it reveals that the world is not out of control but falling right into place according to God's plan.

Looking forward to this week’s study coming up, join us!

Pastor Ray

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