Sermons on Revelation

Sermons on Revelation

Real Ghosts of Christmas Future

Pastor Vince continues his teaching in Revelation 8. “In the midst of the message of Revelation 8, there is a place of pointing to the gospel…we don’t need to hide from or run away from God…Jesus is offering peace from death, peace from sin and to experience peace from within.”

Standing on the Providence of God

Pastor Vince continues in his teaching on the book of Revelation and this week is in chapter 7. He challenges us with this question: “Are we displaying to the world that we are a people whom God has enabled to stand?” You may wonder if you have been enabled to stand. We encourage you to listen to find out if you have.

Never the Same Again

Pastor Vince continues his teaching in Revelation 5 where the climax of the entire history of the human race is expressed in song. It speaks of our Savior. Towards the end of this message is also a beautiful application. “What’s the loudest music that is playing in your life? What is the song that people hear coming from you?” May you be both encouraged and challenged.

There Are No Cracks in This Glass

Pastor Vince continues his study in Revelation and teaches from chapter 4. We are given a view of Heaven. Yes, Heaven is real. Pastor Vince shares about the place, the plan and the possibility of Heaven. “We can become so earthly-minded that we forget about the beauty of Heaven and the security of God’s plan. There are no cracks int the glass around the throne of Heaven.”

Christ to the Cardboard Cutouts

Pastor Vince teaches from the letter to the church of Laodicea. Jesus admonishes the Laodiceans on the lukewarmness of their faith. They have become like lifeless cardboard cutouts. Yet, Jesus desires to demonstrate His love towards them by bringing life to them. “The heart of Jesus is to change us.”

Stale Witness

Our teaching in Revelation continues with focusing on the church in Sardis in Revelation 3:1-6. Jesus admonishes them for having a stale faith and for trying to live off of the vibrant believers in the past. He is calling them to wake up and be renewed to the work of the Holy Spirit. May we learn the lesson from the church of Sardis and stay alive with our eyes fixed on the power of the Holy Spirit in our midst.

All Eyes on the Ring Master

Pastor Vince continues his teaching in Revelation 2:18-29 which is the letter to the church in Thyatira. Jesus is directing them to keep their eyes on Him. Do not be distracted and lose focus. Pastor Vince also refers to Acts 1:14 where we can see how the early church had such an incredible impact. How did they? They were all in one accord and were devoted to prayer. Lord, may it be so today.

It’s Frying Pan Day

Pastor Vince continues his teaching in Revelation. This week he focuses on Revelation 2:8-11 and the church in Smyrna. “Whether you are in the frying pan now or not, stay faithful to your Savior.”

Time for Grooming

Pastor Vince continues his teaching in Revelation. “It’s easy to state what the problems with the country are, or the problems with the church, or the problems with Christians are today. Yet, Jesus is asking us to focus on ourselves. What needs to change in me? Jesus has one question for us – Do we love Him?”

In His Hands, In His Plans

Pastor Vince continues his teaching in the book of Revelation 1 where John has a vision of Jesus. There is a wonderful application to our lives on how this vision of Jesus can impact us. “When you are able to take possession of the awesomeness and assurance of Jesus’ personal love for you, there is nothing anyone or anything can do to you…You are in His hands, You are still in His plans, and He wants to continue to work…

“Look Who’s Talking”

This week, Pastor Vince begins a new teaching series on the book of Revelation. “This revelation is going to unfold. There is no question about that. We know this because of the One Who is talking – the God Who was, Who is, and Who is to come.”
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Merry Christmas and Happy Thanksgiving

Pastor Vince takes a break from his study of 1 Corinthians to prepare our hearts for the holiday of Thanksgiving. Why does the sermon title include “Merry Christmas” and why is it listed before “Happy Thanksgiving”? Listen to the message to find out. “Do you want to wake up every day with a spirit and heart of thanksgiving? If so, you need to hear a message from heaven.”