Welcome to our Revelation Blog! We will be posting resources and pastoral thoughts on this blog throughout our sermon series to help all of us as we seek to know and follow Jesus..
2020 has reminded me of what Jesus said long ago in John 16:33 that “in this world you will have tribulation.” This year has either been one long tribulation, or one tribulation after another. Either way, so many people are struggling to endure as loneliness, depression, suicide, abuse and divorce are on the rise.
Four Views of Revelation
When it comes to the book of Revelation, many of us feel confused. It is a difficult book to understand, and we have heard a variety of interpretations. Theologians have general agreement on chapters 1-3 (the introduction and letters to the 7 churches) and on chapters 21-22 (the physical return of Christ and the new heavens and new earth).
Why Study Revelation?
The book of Revelation, with all its symbolism can be a confusing and intimidating book to read and study.As Christians we tend to over-simplify it by saying things like, “Jesus wins, that’s all that matters.”