Date: February 12, 2017 Text: Rev. 20:1-10 Speaker: Catherine Dagneau Many students of Scripture interpret this passage differently. Catherine explains the three main views (pre/post/a millennial) and what this text tells us about Jesus regardless of our understanding of God's timeline.

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Date: February 5, 2017 Text: Rev. 19:11-21 Speaker: Isaac Dagneau We were snowed in on this Sunday, but Isaac was able to Facebook Live the sermon. Here is the audio recording. Revelation 19:11-21 speaks of the moment we generally call “The Second Coming.” John (the writer of Revelation) sees “heaven opened” and the mighty Lamb riding a white horse down to earth to judge the nations and unite with His bride. For Christians today, this text provides hope for a bright future, and encouragement in knowing that every wrong will be made right.

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Date: January 29, 2017 Text: Rev. 19:1-10 Speaker: Clint Nelson Heaven is worth the wait, but there is also worth in the waiting! Rev. 19:1-10 displays Heaven’s celebration at the fall of Babylon and the marriage supper of the Lamb. See how knowledge of these future events elevate and encourage those living in the Babylon of today.

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Text: Rev. 14:1-5; 15:1-4 Date: Sunday, January 8, 2017 Speaker: Clint Nelson These two bookend texts give a grounding effect to the crazy that has gone on in our world, is going on, and will go on until Christ comes in all His fullness. They are a call to anchor our lives in what Christ has done, is doing, and has yet to do. It is a call to the people of God to live by faith. But what does a life of faith look like? Our text reveals seven marks of faith. Listen to compare your faith to those revealed in Revelation. There was even a doodle this Sunday to go along with the message:

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