This sermon, the last in the series Revelation: A Vision of Christ, was preached Sunday, November 24. Thank you to everyone who has followed this series: we pray God has blessed you through His Word and His Spirit. This sermon looks at Revelation 22:6-21. Q. How does knowing Jesus, seeing Jesus for who He is, […]
This sermon was preached on October 20, 2019, as part of the sermon series Revelation: A Vision of Christ. This sermon looks at Revelation 19:1-10. I (Pastor Cody) apologize for the poorer-than-usual audio quality for this sermon, I experienced “technical difficulties” with my phone. This book, “the Revelation of Jesus Christ” (Revelation 1:1), is not […]
This sermon was preached Sunday, September 22, as part of the sermon series, Revelation: A Vision of Christ. This sermon focuses on the seven trumpets (Revelation 8-9), but covers all of Revelation 8-11. God created you for worship, and specifically to worship Him. It’s who you are, and it’s what it means to be human. […]
This sermon, preached on Sunday, September 15, is part of the series “Revelation: a Vision of Christ.” The throne room vision continues in Revelation 5. Q. How often do you pray a lament, like, “How long, O Lord?” (Psalm 13) When you heart is broken by personal tragedy or the hurts of the world or […]
This sermon was preached on Sunday, September 1, as part of the sermon series “Revelation: A Vision of Christ.” The first part of the vision of the heavenly throne room is recorded in Revelation 4:1-11. Q. How do you worship an all-holy God? When are you most aware of God’s “otherness,” His “set apart-ness” (which […]
Due to user error (I didn’t hit “record” on my phone before preaching like I thought I did) there is no audio recording of this week’s sermon. My apologies. If you would like to download the full text for this sermon as a .pdf, the file is attached below. Thank you for your patience. — […]
God finds us where we are, and invites us to repent: to change our lives by changing our minds. God welcomes us back to Him with love, not wrath, ready to show us His unfathomable mercy.