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We believe that verse by verse Biblical teaching is the best way to feed growing Christians. It is our prayer that as we teach in this fashion, God will reveal the issues in our lives that matter today.  He has always been faithful to give us just the right word for every season. We are currently in a year round teaching series going through Scripture book by book called, “Around the Bible in 366 Days”.
 

May 2017

Week 16- Prayers of the Saints (Revelation 8:1-5)

We see in Revelation 8:1-5 and earlier in Revelation 5:8 that the prayers of the saints are collected, kept, and utilized. They are called incense: a savory aroma before the throne of God!  In fact, these prayers are a huge part of the instrument God uses to usher in the end of the world with […]



Week 15 – Marking the Servants of God (Revelation 7)

In between the sixth and seventh seal being opened we see the living God marking those who serve Him. The seals on their foreheads were to be given before the four angels were given power to harm the land and the sea. The number of those who are marked, or sealed are 144,000. Numbers represent […]



Week 14- The Lord Waits (Revelation 7:1-3)

Throughout Scripture the Lord’s amazing patience is on display.  Waiting before He punishes the wicked and waiting before His wrath is poured out.  Thank You Lord for Your grace!



April 2017

Week 13 – Wrath and Vengeance, Oh My! (Revelation 6:9-17)

The opening of the fifth seal finds the slaughtered saints crying out. The sixth seal introduces the final cataclysm. This is a clear picture of the appearing of Jesus and the terror that those who have not surrendered their lives to Him will experience when they see Him! It stresses the horrors of the day […]



Week 12 – Four Seals, Four Horsemen (Revelation 6:1-8)

Only the Lamb who was slain is worthy to break the seven seals and open the scroll. We will address the first four seals that are opened. As he breaks each seal a horse and its rider is unleashed upon the earth. John is shown specific things that will happen with much imagery. It is […]



Week 11 – The Lamb of God (Revelation 5)

The presentation of the Gospel in Revelation is declared through powerful symbols. On this Easter Sunday, Jesus’ redemption from Revelation chapter 5 is revealed interspersed with worship. We see what the scroll with seven seals in the hand of God is. The Lion who is also the Lamb of God, Jesus Christ alone can open […]



Week 10 – The Throne of God

John is given a vision of the throne room of God. We are at the very center of the universe! In the center is a throne. This isn’t just about a magnificent chair where God the Father sits. It is about His ruling power and authority in His heavenly court. The God of the universe […]



The Significance of Passover



March 2017

Week 9 – What makes Jesus Nauseous (Revelation 3:14-22)

We come to the seventh and final church Jesus tells John to write to, Laodicea. This is the ‘going through the motions’ church. The ‘I’ve got this!’ and ‘I don’t need anything’ church. Jesus doesn’t mince words—He says that they make Him sick. He will vomit them out of His mouth. Jesus counsels them that […]



Week 8 – Spiritually Dead & Open Doors (Revelation 3:1-13)

Jesus addresses the churches at Sardis and Philadelphia. The first, Sardis, has a reputation of being alive, but are in fact dead. Outward appearances can fool many. But God looks at the heart. They are told to wake up! They must assess their spiritual decline and become doers of His word, not just hearers. The […]



Week 7 – What You Tolerate (Revelation 2: 18-29)

Jesus addresses the church at Thyatira. Here is a church that has great love and faith. He knows their deeds and in fact that they are doing more than they did at first. However, they have allowed much. Sin and listening to those who call themselves prophets has permeated their culture as a group of […]



Week 6 – Faithfulness & Compromise (Revelation 2:8-17)

Jesus addresses the churches at Smyrna and Pergamum. As with all seven churches that John is told to write to we can relate to their hardships, what they get right, and the sin they have as well. Smyrna has been afflicted and are about to suffer more. They are encouraged to remain faithful. Faithful, even […]



February 2017

Week 5 – First Love (Revelation 2:1-7)

Jesus addresses the church at Ephesus. In so doing, He also addresses the Church in any time or location. Ephesus was a city of amazing wealth and comparative ease. A church in whose people work hard, have great deeds, persevere, and are discerning and knowledgeable in defending the faith. But, they have forsaken their first […]



Week 4 – The Lampstands (Revelation 1:10-20)

In John’s vision of Jesus, He is among the lampstands. Here we have a picture of Jesus as the Great High Priest trimming the wicks and filling the lamps with oil, drawing heavily from Old Testament pictures. He reveals that the symbolism used of lampstands and stars represents His Church—the light of the world. This […]



Week 3 – Vision of Jesus Who Overcomes Fear (Revelation 1:9-20)

John is persecuted and banished to the Island of Patmos. There, he sees a vision of the glorified Jesus Christ and gives an incredible description of Him. His response upon seeing the Son of Man is just as telling as is the description itself. Jesus then majestically addresses FEAR once and for all!!



Week 2 – How Do I Read Revelation?

What a daunting task it is for many of us to start to study and understand the Book of Revelation. How can one make sense of the great imagery of the only prophetic book in the New Testament? In week one we established what the subject and object of the book is. Now we turn […]



January 2017

Week 1 – What is Revelation Really About?

To kick off our study of the Book of Revelation, we first tackle an important question—what is the last book of the Bible about? The subject of the Revelation is not the end of times, signs, symbols, the beast, the dragon, Armageddon, lampstands, or angels. The object of the book is not heaven, things we […]



Week 4- Family Missions: The Effect of Being on Mission Together

(Luke 19:1-10) To paraphrase Jesus’ Great Commission, He said, “As you go… make disciples.” (Matt 28:19). We are called upon to incorporate mission into the mundane of our everyday—as we are already going and doing things. When Jesus encountered Zacchaeus, He didn’t add anything to His day; he just did something with a different intentionality. […]



Week 3 – Family Teaching: The Effect of God’s Word on Your Family

(Malachi 4:4-6; Deuteronomy 6:1-11) The Old Testament ends with a charge to look back to the Lord’s decrees and look forward to the day of the Lord. Prior to that day, a prophet will come and his message will “turn the hearts of the parents to their children, and the hearts of the children to […]



Week 2 – Family Service: The Effect of Serving Together

(Joshua 24:15) Joshua brought the children of Israel to the point of deciding who they would give their lives to. He challenged them to “Choose this day whom you will serve.” Joshua then declares his position; “As for me and my household, we will serve the LORD.” He saw serving God not merely a personal […]



Family Worship: The Effect of Worshiping Together

(Matthew 19:13-15; 21:15-16) The disciples rebuked people who were, in their estimation, bothering Jesus by bringing their kids to Him. He quickly corrected their error, welcoming them with open arms. Jesus has a special relationship with children and even points to them as an example for adults. Just as children were shouting “Hosanna” in the […]



December 2016

Week 52 – Jesus Put on Humanity (Hebrews 2:6-18)

The arrival of Jesus Christ in this world as flesh and blood is why we celebrate Christmas. We will explore why Jesus had to have a virgin birth and why He had to become human, coming to us in our likeness. Without Jesus accomplishing this, we would have died in our sins; never being reconciled […]



Sharing Our Faith = Full Understanding (Philemon 6)

Sharing our faith has everything to do with our being called to a ‘ministry of reconciliation’.  When we accept this mantle, and are ACTIVE in this, it opens a door for us that otherwise is only cracked open. In Paul’s letter to Philemon, he writes that his prayer is for him to be active in […]



Reconciliation = Demonstration + Power

The Apostle Paul’s message was not one of persuasive words but with a demonstration of the Spirit’s power! We have been reconciled to God through Christ Jesus and have become a new creation if we put our faith in Him. This is accomplished through the Spirit’s great power as our actions and words should demonstrate […]



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November 2016

The Golden Chain (Romans 8:28-30)