The Day of The Lord

Heaven has been filled with the worship of a great multitude of angels and redeemed saints but when Christ breaks the Seventh Seal all of Heaven is silenced. This is the Day of the Lord, a day of wrath and judgement. On that day it will be too late for Mercy and Grace.

144,000 and the Great Multitude

Our study of Revelation continues and we take the time to notice two significant groups of people: 144,000 Jews on the Earth under God's protection and an uncountable, great multitude in Heaven worshiping God.

The Cry of the Martyrs

As our study of Revelation continues we see the Great Tribulation begin as the Anti-Christ rises to power, war breaks out across the world, a famine spreads globally, and a quarter of the earth dies. As Jesus breaks the Fifth Seal we see the most heart breaking of the Seven Seals: The Cry of the Martyrs.

Introduction to the Tribulation

As Revelation chapter 6 opens Jesus Christ begins to break the seals that begin The Great Tribulation. God has a plan to redeem His creation and the 7 year Tribulation is a key part of that plan.

Jesus is Worthy: Revelation 5

Our journey through the Revelation continues as John sees Jesus, the Lamb of God and Lion of Judah. Jesus has conquered and His victory brings you victory as well.

The Throne Room

We continue our study of Revelation to find the Apostle John entering the presence of God. Words are not adequate to describe the beauty and glory of God but we find that He is holy and worthy to be praised nonetheless.

The Stage is Set

As our study of Revelation continues we see the timeline shift from past to future and the church mysteriously dissappears from the world stage. The stage is set and the Rapture is coming soon. Are you ready?

The Lampstands

In Revelation 2 and 3, Jesus speaks directly to seven churches and refers to them as the lampstands. A lampstand holds up a light for all to see. Let's take a closer look at the lampstand from Revelation and the prophet Zechariah.

Revelation Chapter One

This is the Revelation of Jesus. A lifting away of the temporary constraints of the fleshly eyes and a glimpse of the true majesty of the one true King.