FAITH WALK THE SERIOUSNESS OF SIN

Obadiah, Revelation 9 Key Verse: Revelation 9:20 This chapter of Revelation does two things. First, it tells of events that will occur. It is a prophecy detailing part of the judgment God will pour , out on this earth. It also serves as a warning of the seriousness of sin....

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FAITH WALK THE SOUND OF SILENCE

Amos 7—9, Revelation 8 • Key Verse: Revelation 8:1 During the premier of Handels Messiah, King George II was so moved by the “Hallelujah Chorus” that he spontaneously rose to his feet and stood for the remainder of the performance, his eyes glistening with emotion. The rest of the audience,...

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FAITH WALK TOO AT EASE IN ZION

Amos 4-6, Revelation 7 • Key Verse: Amos 6:1 You’ve probably heard about the meeting that was called to deal with the problem of apathy—no one cared enough about the problem to show up! The better things appear to be, the easier it is to grow complacent. Yet there are...

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FAITH WALK GOD’S NOBODY

Amos 1-3, Revelation 6 • Key Verse: Amos 1:1 My hometown had only one building, which contained the train station, general store, gas station and post office. I used to say that it was “just five miles south of resume speed.” There’s something about coming from a small town that...

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FAITH WALK STRIKING IMAGERY

Joel 1—3, Revelation 5 • Key Verse: Revelation 5:6 Johns vision of the heavenly throne room is one of the most moving worship scenes in the Bible, one filled with rich and striking imagery that joins Old and New Testament truth in a single person, Jesus Christ. He is the...

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FAITH WALK GOOD CHOICE

Hosea 12—14, Revelation 4 • Key Verse: Hosea 14:9 We make choices every day about a multitude of things, some of which are of little or no consequence. But some of our choices are of great significance. How well we choose can set us apart from the crowd. The person...

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FAITH WALK REPENT, PART 2

Hosea 9-11, Revelation 3 • Key Verse: Revelation 3:19 About the time we start to think that repentance is only an Old Testament idea, along come verses like this one from the New Testament: “Those whom I love I rebuke and discipline. So be earnest, and repent’” (v. 19). There...

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