Sermons on Revelation (Page 2)
PART 3 – Jonathan Black preaches on the church at Pergamos (Rev 2:12-17). To this church the Lord says “I know where thou dwellest”. They were in a dangerous city and faced huge pressure to compromise with false doctrine. Jonathan applies the point with effectiveness and warns against compromise in our generation (Message preached 14th June 2015)
EASTER CONF 2015 – Colin Hutchinson preaches on Rev 15:3 – “Great and marvellous are Thy works, Lord God almighty.” He traces God’s sovereign dealings in the lives of His people, using individuals like Abraham, Jacob and Naomi to illustrate the need to trust in God in every circumstance, however dark and trying. “We will never regret leaving our lives in God’s hands” (Message preached April 6th 2015)
PART 2 – Jonathan Black preaches a challenging message on the church at Smyrna (Rev 2:8-11). This 1st century assembly featured poor persecuted Christians, yet the Lord says of them “Thou art rich”. However, of the neighbouring assembly in Laodicea, who claimed they were rich, the Lord says “Thou art poor”. What made the difference and what can we learn from the Lord’s assessment? (Message preached 18th Jan 2015)
PART 1 – Jonathan Black preaches a searching message from Revelation Ch 2 on the assembly of God in Ephesus – in many ways a model assembly that had many good points and was active for the Lord, yet had left their first love…have we? (Message preached 7th July 2013)
Wesley Martin preaches on the “Whosoever of eternal salvation” from John 3:16, and the “Whosoever of eternal damnation” from Rev 20:15. A powerful message expounding vital eternal realities (Message preached 13th July 2012)
Ian Jackson expounds Revelation 20 under the heading “The Decisive Fulfilment of God’s Plans for Israel and the Church”. A wide-ranging exposition of the millennium, the final judgment and the eternal state (Message preached 25th October 2008)
Ian Jackson expounds Matthew 24 under the heading “The Difficult Time of Jacob’s Trouble.” He outlines the events of the great tribulation commenting on its antichrist deception and outpoured wrath of God (Message preached 23rd October 2008)
Ian Jackson expounds Revelation Chs. 4 and 5 under the heading “The Dramatic Unfolding of the Tribulation”. He concentrates on the Throne, the Lamb and the Book, which he calls the “title deeds of the universe” (Message preached 22nd October 2008)
Michael Penfold issues the challenge “Is your name in the book of life?” from Revelation Ch. 20 and John Stubbs closes with an impassioned plea to “Come to Christ” from Revelation Ch. 22 (Gospel Messages preached Sunday 31st August 2008)
Jim Baker teaches on the ‘manifestation’ of Christ at the second advent from Revelation, 2 Thessalonians and Zechariah, including what happens to the beast, the false prophet and Satan.
Jim Baker teaches on the great tribulation, the sequence of events in the book of Revelation, the four horsemen, the antichrist and the covenant of Daniel 9. He helpfully compares Matthew 24 to Revelation 6.
Eric Parmenter preaches from Revelation 17 on the false religious system of Babylon. This was a powerful address and showed a keen level of discernment for what was happening in the ecumenical movement at that time (Message preached 26th Dec 1973)