The book of Revelation is without question the most fascinating & frustrating book in the Bible. People have been fascinated with the imagery in the book for centuries, but to date no one has been able to successfully decode all of it’s secrets. The irony is that the first word in the original Greek text of this book is a word which means to reveal, disclose, or uncover, but the book is paradoxically “covered up” with grandiose symbolic language.
Perhaps the problem is that we assume the book itself is “covered” in the symbolic language and that we must decode those symbols to “uncover” the meaning of the book.
What if, instead, the book itself is not “covered up”? What if what we see in the book now is all we are meant to see? What if in our efforts to decode the symbols, we have missed the real point of the book?
Check out this series as we dig into the mysteries of Revelation to find the main point glaring back at us with stark obviousness. You’ll never see the book the same way again!
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02. Who Is Safe
A time is coming when Christ will return as King, the dead will rise, and his followers will join him. In this message, Pastor Jeff leads us through a study of the seven seals in Revelation. Speaker: Jeff Mikels :: Passage: Revelation 6:1-8:1 View All Files at the Internet Archive
03. How Much Is Enough
In this third message in the series Pastor Jeff shares about the seven trumpets from Revelation. Speaker: Jeff Mikels :: Passage: Revelation 8-11 View All Files at the Internet Archive
04. Whose Side Are You On
In this message, Pastor Jeff deals with the most difficult passage in the book of Revelation to show us that we don’t need to decode every detail to get the obvious message: Satan is going to lose! Speaker: Jeff Mikels :: Passage: Revelation 12-14:13 View All Files at the Internet Archive
05. The End Of Evil
God has promised to finally and fully eradicate evil. Speaker: Jeff Mikels :: Passage: Revelation 14:14-19 View All Files at the Internet Archive