FAITH WALK GOOD TO GO

Malachi 1—4, Revelation 22 • Key Verse: Revelation 22:20 Jesus often told His disciples that He would one day leave them. But He also told them He would return for them: “I am going away and coming back to you” (John 14:28). One day, as promised, He left. He ascended...

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FAITH WALK THE REFINER’S FIRE

Zechariah 13-14, Revelation 21 • Key Verse: Zechariah 13:9 The process of refining metals is used in the Bible as a metaphor of spiritual purification. In a sense, if you have something made of pure gold or pure silver, it is made of the leftovers. Refining is a process by...

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FAITH WALK REBELLION RUNS DEEP

Zechariah 9—12, Revelation 20 * Key Verse: Revelation 20:7 The signboard in front of a Littleton, Colorado, church near Columbine High School announced the sermon title for the Sunday after the tragic shootings at the school in April 1999. It asked the question, “Where Was God on Tuesday Afternoon?” That...

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FAITH WALK LIVE UP TO YOUR NAME

Zechariah 1-4, Revelation 18 • Key Verse: Revelation 18:4 “If God doesn’t judge America, He will have to apologize to Sodom and Gomorrah.” Those words caught my attention the first time I heard them and every time I’ve heard them since. It is a striking statement. Rest assured, God will...

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FAITH WALK IMMANUEL

Zephaniah 1-3, Revelation 16 • Key Verse: Zephaniah 3:17 If there is one direction our thoughts should head today, it is to the birth of Jesus Christ. This is the great moment in which God physically entered into our world. He “became flesh and made his dwelling among us” (John...

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FAITH WALK GOD IS GOOD ALL THE TIME

Habakkuk 1-3, Revelation 15 Key Verse: Habakkuk 3:19 We need to remind ourselves that God is good all the time, with special emphasis on “all the time.” When things are going well, it’s easy to say, “God is good.” But in difficult times those words can be hard to say....

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FAITH WALK THE PARDONING GOD

Micah 6 -7, Revelation 13 * Key Verse: Micah 7:18 Someone has said that humor is only the truth thinly disguised. The phrase “I don’t get mad, I get even” is intended to be humorous, but the truth is evident. For some people, this phrase is like a mantra for...

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