In this final session on the book of Revelation, we think about why it’s so important to pay attention to Revelation.
In this session we look at the dawning of the perfect world from Revelation 21. This is when all sin and evil has been done away with. How will God’s purposes for mankind be fulfilled?
The description of the millennium in Revelation 20 has been one of the most contentious parts of Revelation. In this session we look into what it means, as well as how it encourages us. My previous interview on the Mind Renewed podcast is here.
In Revelation 19 we see the beginning of “the end” – where God’s justice is seen to be done. We see that the whole of history centres around Jesus as he comes as judge. The video about Jesus the judge I mention is this one here: Our King and Judge
In this part of Revelation we look at the ultimate destiny and downfall of every human empire, and how we should respond to it.
It’s easy to feel angry at the moment about all the wrong that’s going on. Where is God? Why doesn’t he do something? In this video we look at how God is proved to be just and righteous – and also think about a sign of God’s judgement, the Euphrates drying up…
In this chapter we look at the final judgement – what will be the ultimate end of “Babylon”, the power systems which stand against God and against Christ? The harvest hymn I mentioned – Come, You Thankful People Come. Also available on the podcast.
In Revelation 12 we thought about the conflict between good and evil. In this session we see how that battle plays out in the world. The beast is the empire, with its religion.
In Revelation 12 we get to the heart of the book – the battle with the dragon. This teaches us what to expect in this world as we await the return of Christ – and encourages us.
In this part of Revelation, the seventh seal, we see “the end” – and we find that God has not been asleep on the job.