Posts from December 2020

A Hallelujah Christmas

“A Hallelujah Christmas” I’ve heard about this baby boy Who’s come to earth to bring us joy And I just want to sing this song to you It goes like this, the fourth, the fifth The minor fall, the major lift With every breath I’m singing Hallelujah Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah, HallelujahA couple came to Bethlehem Expecting child, they searched the inn To find a place for You were coming soon There was no room for them to stay So in…

Revelation Devotion #23

Revelation Devotion #23 – Pastor Timothy In Genesis 11:2, people moved eastward to a plain in Shinar. At this location, they determined in their hearts to build “a city, with a tower that reaches to the heavens,” so that they could make a name for themselves (Genesis 11:4). That tower is known as Babel. The motivation for constructing such a tower extended from sinful humanity’s sense of pride and self-sufficiency. Babel represented a defiant spirit against the person of God.…

Revelation Devotion #22

Revelation Devotion 22 – Pastor Timothy It best to read Revelation chapters 15 and 16 together, where the final judgment of God falls upon the world in the 7 bowls of wrath. Victory belongs to our God, who alone determines the hour at which His final judgment comes (15:8; 16:1). Whereas the 7 seals dealt with one-fourth of the earth (cf. Revelation 6:8), and the 7 trumpets dealt with one-third of the earth (cf. Revelation 9:15), God’s judgment now stretches…

Revelation Devotion #21

Revelation Devotion #21 – Pastor Timothy Chapter 13 ends with the unholy trinity waging war against believers and the church. Chapter 14 begins with the Lamb standing victorious with His faithful followers on Mount Zion. The certainty of Jesus’s glorious return provides encouragement for the church to persevere. In fact, John uses the term “endurance” (hypomone) consistently to reflect a crucial call for believers to obey God’s commands and remain faithful to Jesus (14:12; cf. Revelation 1:9; 2:2-3; 2:19; 3:10;…
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