15 results for tag: Revelation
Short video by Brad Jersak - The Lion and The Lamb
Question: I think I once heard you say something like, "At the council of (something), they concluded that Revelations should not be used for determining theology. It was to be used for worship, etc." Where can find resources to back up that statement? Response: Not exactly, but something like that. The idea was the dogma (non-negotiable doctrine) of the ancient church was finalized before Revelation was formally included in the canon of the New Testament. In other words, since Revelation wasn't officially included as Scripture, it wasn't a building block of our creedal theology. That's not to say Revelation shouldn't be in the ...
The anticipation of Jesus’ second coming and "the end times" have occupied Christian concerns for millennia. Many have looked to the biblical book of Revelation for clues to the events surrounding Jesus' return. What is the book of Revelation about? Do you know? https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/PTR0016.mp3
CLICK HERE to read now (PDF Format) Articles: Come Out of Her and Come to Me! – pg. 1 Confronted by Christ – pg. 2 Which Thief Are You? – pg. 5 Master Potter – pg. 7 Quotes & Connections – pg. 8
In this last program of our 10-program series on the book of Revelation, Greg talks about Jesus' conclusion in his Revelation to us, as well as the heritage Jesus offers us in it.
Included in Revelation's greatest hits is the song in chapter 5, "Worthy Is The Lamb," and a new song in chapter 15, "The Song of the Lamb," based on the song of Moses. What is the message of Revelation's music, and what is this thing called "the Millennium" all about?
Jesus Christ is the divine author, central character and hero of the Book of Revelation, but who are the bad guys? To whom was Revelation originally written and why was it written?
Who are the woman, the dragon, the Antichrist and the beast? Religion has perverted the message of Revelation for almost 2,000 years, but Greg shows how God's grace cuts through the religious fog and mystery promulgated by misinformed or misdirected teachers.
Who are the 144,000, and who are the "great multitude"? What are the woes and the trumpets all about? The book of Revelation -- a message from Christ to us of understanding and hope.
The Book of Revelation is the capstone on God's special, written revelation to humanity completing the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Don't miss today's program as Greg talks about the first 6 of the 7 seals.
Greg shows the struggle between religion and grace already going on in the early churches addressed in the Book of Revelation. Jesus meant for the book of Revelation to give hope and comfort, not crippling fear.
Greg strips away the religious barnacles from the book of Revelation as he begins our study of the seven churches of Revelation. He shows what the messages meant to the churches who first heard them and the relevance they have for us today.
In manipulating their hearers with the book of Revelation's bizarre images and doomsday scenarios the purveyors of pop prophecy create much fear and misunderstanding.
Reprinted from the March/April 2003 Plain Truth --Ask most people -- Christian or non-Christian -- what they think the book of Revelation is about, and chances are they will tell you it is a book about the "end of the world." Chances are, they have never heard any other way to understand this book filled with strange beasts, symbolism and ominous signs of doom. Most people are unaware that there is any other way to understand this mysterious last book of the Bible. But the futurist view (that Revelation is predicting events yet to be fulfilled) is only one of four traditional Christian ways of looking at the Bible's most enigmatic ...