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Notes on Revelation 4

The Uniform Series text for Sunday, April 22 is Revelation 4. (Actually, it’s Revelation 4:1-6, 8-11, but honestly, why bother leaving out verse 7?) Here are my notes on the text: 740 more words

Christianity

Francis Chan - Are you Ready for the End

It isn’t hard to believe that we are getting closer to the return of Jesus. “This Jesus, who was taken up from you into heaven, will come in the same way as you saw him go into heaven.” (acts… 45 more words

Francis Chan

The Soul of Man Offered on the Golden Altar

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Scripture reading: Revelation 4:6-11

The soul is an area where spirits want to reign. Remember, the soul of man is the throne of God, therefore every other spirit desires to get in there to reign and to rule. 952 more words

Christian Walk

Revelation #14 THE THRONE AT THE CENTER OF THE UNIVERSE

To listen to the sermon, click the play button:
http://www.lifetogetherchurches.com/media/sermons/Revelation/rev14.mp3

To download, right click on the link (or do whatever you do on a Mac) and save it to your computer: 1,736 more words

Bible Teaching

2018 "The Year of the Expected Harvest"

In prayer the other day, the Lord spoke to me and said, “I AM shifting from the sword to the sickle!” I then heard the Lord say, “Gather the wheat into My barns, for wheat is for feeding and seeding the nations.” As I lingered on these words in prayer, I heard the number 18, so I went to a book I own called 50 Amazing Words by CJ Lovik, in which he breaks down the Hebrew words into words, pictures and numbers, for it is a tri-layer language. 709 more words

The Great Prize

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Scripture reading: Luke 22:42

The soul of man is the prize of God. This is the one earthly item which we definitely know that God desires more than all others. 455 more words

Christian Walk

All Things Visible and Invisible

It was  Girolamo Fracastoro, in 1546, who insisted that there was an unseen force in our world that had a profound effect on our physical health. 698 more words

By Rob Woodrum