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Revelation Bible Study: Wednesday, January 27th

Join us this week as we go live on Facebook at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, January 27th for our Revelation Bible study. We will be looking at Revelation 12:1-6 Now a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a garland of...

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Revelation Bible Study: Wednesday, December 2nd

What if the only thing standing between faith and anxiety is our willingness to see things differently? The Bible is filled with things that appear to be dichotomies to us, light in darkness, death from life, calm in chaos. We tend to believe that one of those things needs to be removed so that the...

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Revelation Bible Study Zoom Discussion: Tuesday, November 24th

With Thanksgiving just ahead, we will have our Revelation Bible Study Zoom discussion on Tuesday instead of Wednesday. We will be meeting at 7:00 PM on Zoom to discuss last Wednesday’s study of Revelation 11. If you are not on the list to receive the link, but would like to join, please let Amanda know.

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“The Sweetness and Bitterness of Scripture,” Revelation 10:8-11

At the beginning of Revelation 10, John saw “a mighty angel coming down from heaven.” In the angel’s hand was an opened little book. When the angel cried out, “seven thunders uttered their voices”. John was about to write down what he had heard, but a voice from heaven stopped him saying, “do not write...

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“Unwritten but not Unsure,” Revelation 10:1-7

This week we get back to our study of Revelation with chapter 10, a new movement in John’s visions with what appears to be a new character, a new scroll and a new or different action. In chapter 5, John told us about a sealed scroll that could only be open by the Lamb who...

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“Authority of the Lamb,” Revelation 9:13-21

One of the key questions that we commonly ask when reading Revelation is “How is this supposed to be read?” We ask, are we reading a literal recital of events as they will happen on earth? Meaning, is this our timeline? Or, are we reading a literal recital of what John saw? Throughout Scripture, dreams and visions are...