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Revelation 1:7-11 “Look”

After singing about the majesty of Jesus, John in Revelation 1:7, gave us the first command and promise of the book of Revelation. He commanded us to “Look” and promised that Jesus is coming with the clouds. The word “Look” is much more than just where we put our eyes, it’s the position of our...

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Connection Women’s Group: Peggy Kulynych

This month at Connections our speaker was Peggy Kulynych. Peggy is embarking on the journey of a lifetime. After being on the mission field in the Philippines 50 years ago, she is returning to live and serve as a part of Christ To The Philippines. She has served as a missionary and teacher as well as...

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Revelation 1:4-7 “Jesus is . . .”

On the last night of Jesus’ life He told His apostles that He was “the way, the truth and the life”, then He explained what that meant, “no one comes to the Father except by Me.” Jesus came to teach us who God is and what God is like, He came to reveal His heart...

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Revelation 1:1-6 “Blessed by the Word”

How important is God’s Word to us? We know how reliable it is, God said that it would never return void. We know how strong it is, Jesus said that it was the one thing that would never pass away. We know how useful it is, David said that if we would hide it in...

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Revelation 1:1 “The Relationship of God”

We talk about God’s character often, character is most accurately seen in relationships, how we live with each other reveals the reality of who we are. God’s character is no different, we see who God is, in the fabric of His being, by His relationship with Himself and His relationship with His creation. Before we...

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Introduction “Why Revelation?”

Tonight, we begin our verse by verse study of the book of Revelation. Some might be asking, “Why Revelation?” To answer that rightly we have to understand what Revelation is. It is, first and foremost, Scripture. It is inspired by God and purposed to equip us to know God and make Him known. Revelation is...

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II Peter 3:14-18 “Conclusion: Back to Where We Started”

  As Peter ends his second letter, he brings us back to where he started, calling the church to find that all they need in the knowledge of Jesus is found in the Word of God. Sometimes our desire for something new robs us of the truth we have already been given. No one sets...

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II Peter 3:5-9 “Choose Not to Forget”

In II Peter 3:5, Peter makes his final statement about the false teachers and mockers that he has been warning the church of. He writes that they “willfully forget”. Have you ever made up your mind about an opinion, a person or a situation and then, once your mind was made up, nothing could change...

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II Peter 3:1-4 “Another Reminder”

IWe often look for new answers when all we truly need are fresh reminders. Peter begins the third chapter of this letter by reminding his readers that the questions of scoffers can be answered by the truth they have already believed. Many of us don’t test well because we fear questions, but Peter’s effort in...