Hallelujah For The Beast Is Gone

Hallelujah, for the beast is gone! Many in heaven were shouting "Hallelujah" at the beginning of this chapter. John hears a great large crowd shouting and he says the sound was so loud that it sounded like a "great roar." Three separate times, people shouted "Hallelujah!" After each "Hallelujah," there is an explanation and details... Continue Reading →

Finding Another Love

First Love by Chris Tomlin I can't help but wonder as I study the book of Revelation and the example of Babylon how much this represents, not only sin throughout history, but in our culture now. Babylon, throughout scripture represents and is a symbolic of a permeating worldview filled with wickedness. It seems that the... Continue Reading →

The End Of God’s Wrath

In Revelation 15-16, we see seven final plagues. The seven, very difficult plagues finalize God's wrath and no one is allowed to enter the temple until all seven of the plagues are finished. Times will be so rough while God waits for people to still come to Him. He wants those who don't believe yet... Continue Reading →

Now Is The Time For The Harvest

For The Cause by Keith and Kristyn Getty Now is the time for the harvest! God has given everyone who knows Him, the responsibility to go to every nation, tribe, language and people and tell them about His Son, Jesus. We can't all physically go to another country; but we all can play a part... Continue Reading →

Watch Who You Worship

The thirteenth chapter of Revelation begins with John's vision of the dragon on the shore, watching the first beast come out of the sea. This is the same dragon we have talked about in the last couple of posts. The beast is described as having ten horns and seven heads, and on the ten horns... Continue Reading →

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