March 30th, 2008 we began our journey through the most interesting yet misunderstood book in the Bible – the book of Revelation. Over the spring months in 2008 we focused on Revelation Chapters 1 – 3. In the fall, we continued our journey by looking at the key themes in the rest of this amazing book, Chapters 4 – 22.
Nineteen hundred years ago, John wrote the book of Revelation to seven churches in Asia Minor. In Revelation chapters 2 and 3 we find seven letters, one for each church. As we moved through these letters we discovered that they are as relevant to us today as they were to the churches they were originally written for.
Dealing with issues such as truth, tolerance, sexuality, commitment, suffering and service, these letters need to be read and understood because they not only have the ability to
transform our church but also our lives. Jesus has written on your wall!
How do we make sense of the book of Revelation, what do we do with the wild and wacky end time scenarios, and how do we apply the message of Revelation to our lives today?
In the fall of 2008 and January 2009 we looked at the major themes from
Chapters 4-22 of the book of Revelation.
As we dive in, we will see that things are not as they seem