Tags: donkey, lessons learned, Palm Sunday sermon, Triumphal Entry|
Palm Sunday is a day when Christians traditionally celebrate the Triumphal Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. Across the years, I have preached many a Palm Sunday sermon. There are many messages in this event that need to be talked about. This is an event that found its way into
Tags: persecuted church, Revelation 2:8-11, seven church ages, the church in Smyrna|
Jesus wrote letters to seven churches in Asia. One of those letters was to the church in Smyrna. Obviously, these letters are for you and me because we are the church. We know that the letters apply to the actual churches in that day to whom they are addressed, to the
Tags: cry of the remnant, isaiah 64 commentary, revival, sermon Isaiah 64, spiritual revival, the righteous remnant|
There is a cry that will rise from the righteous remnant of God’s people. This article is based on Isaiah 64. First, let me define what the bible means by the term remnant. The remnant in bible terms is the group of people that have remained faithful and steady toward God.
Tags: divine healing, healing in the atonement, origin of sickness, prayer for the sick|
I want to share some powerful facts about God’s provision in the realm of divine healing. I will be the very first person to say that I do not understand all the ways of God. However, I am comforted by this scripture. I do not have to understand everything
Tags: apostolic church age, ephesian church age, nicolaitan, Revelation 2:1-7 commentary, seven church ages|
In this article, we will discuss the book of Revelation 2:1-7 as it relates to the Ephesian church age. This article is a series of articles that shows that the letters of Christ to the church also reveal seven church ages. The purpose and application of these seven letters written by Christ are important.
Tags: commentary Revelation 1, John on Patmos, John's vision of Jesus, the alpha and omega|
The book of Revelation is a book that shows us that when we have an encounter with Jesus, we are encountering the Alpha and Omega. In this article we will look at John’s powerful encounter with Jesus Christ. JOHN INTRODUCES HIMSELF Revelation 1:9-11 “I, John, both your brother and companion…”
Tags: commentary Revelation 1, Salutation, the Revelation of Jesus Christ, Understand Revelation 1|
THE REVELATION OF JESUS CHRIST I think it’s important before we start looking at the details of Revelation to get the big picture of this book. Billy Graham tells the story about going to the Louve museum in Paris and standing close to an impressionist painting. He couldn’t grasp
Tags: introduction to Revelation, understanding the book of revelation, Why study the book of Revelation|
The book of Revelation is not a book about the future. Understanding the book of Revelation is understanding your future. It’s a book about your future. It’s not just some scientific study about what might happen next. It is a book about what will happen next! Prophecy is history