Tags: bible study revelation, demonic horsemen, Revelation 9:13-21, sixth trumpet judgment, unrepentant|
In this article we will look at the sixth trumpet judgment in the book of Revelation 9:20-21. If you are following our articles on Revelation, you will recall that the last three trumpet judgements are preceded by a divine warning. This is seen in the giving of three “woes”. The word woe means “grief,
Tags: bible study, encouragement for pastors, Galatians 4:8-20, pastoral burnout, the love of a pastor|
Pastors love their people. I know I do. I am a pastor. Yet encouragement for pastors is absolutely necessary. Paul also loved his people. This is a common feeling for those who are shepherds to God’s people. Have you ever felt frustrated because people you love seem to go backward?
Tags: bible study revelation, locust from abyss, revelation 8, seven trumpet judgments, wormwood|
In this article we will look at the seven trumpet judgments. But before we get to that, we most take a moment to understand heavens dramatic silence. Revelation 8:1 “When He opened the seventh seal there was silence in heaven.” Just reading that should quiet you as this is such a