Holy Week Reflections

During Holy Week, I can just imagine what it must have been like in Jerusalem 2,000 years ago. Jesus made His triumphal entrance into the city and His followers were awaiting the moment when He would overthrow Rome and take His place as their earthly King. It must have been confusing to them when He continued … Continue reading Holy Week Reflections

Good & Evil Are Not Interchangeable!

The next two churches that Jesus addressed were the lenient and compromising churches in Pergamum and Thyatira. Pergamum was a center of education and culture where the brightest of the brightest lived. The city was filled with idols and even the Roman emperor was seen as a god. Thyatira, on the other hand, was a … Continue reading Good & Evil Are Not Interchangeable!

Faithful to the end

The second church that Jesus addressed in Revelation was the church in Smyrna. The Christians in Smyrna were surrounded by people that were antagonistic to the gospel and they faced constant persecution. Jesus knew the struggles they faced. He acknowledged that they suffered afflictions and lived in poverty. He understood that they were constantly slandered. … Continue reading Faithful to the end

It is the love of Jesus that beckons the lost

The book of Revelation begins with a series of letters from Jesus to seven churches that lined the main Roman road. The believers in these churches were suffering persecution for their faith and each one faced their own challenges. When we read these letters, we see glimpses of our churches today as well as struggles … Continue reading It is the love of Jesus that beckons the lost

The Book of Revelation – God’s Exclamation Point!

The revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave him to show his servants what must soon take place. – Revelation 1:1 NIV The Book of Revelation is God’s exclamation point! In it, He reminds us of His Sovereignty and that Satan’s power in this world is only temporary. God is in control and victory is … Continue reading The Book of Revelation – God’s Exclamation Point!