Bible Talks from Revelation
Speaker: Grant Borg
Bible Text: Revelation 4:1–11
Jesus taught us that in the end God will reign on earth. What is being done in heaven will be done on earth, and people will live in light of that reality. In this incredible passage from the last book of the Bible, the Lord Jesus gives a vision of heaven as it is now. This vision was to encourage his people to persevere and to help them align their lives with the reality of his rule and reign while we wait for this glory to be revealed to the entire universe.
Speaker: Grant Borg
Bible Text: Revelation 1:8–19
In this incredible chapter of scripture, Jesus reveals himself to the Apostle John in all his glory. It’s a devastating vision that leaves John helpless and unconscious. It’s a picture of what we’ll have to deal with when we stand before Jesus, and our only hope is the comforting touch of him who holds our lives in his hands.
Speaker: Steve Chong
Bible Text: Revelation 21:1-7
Does the reality of heaven affect your life today? Is there life after life? And what does that mean for death here on earth? Steve takes us to Revelation 21 as we unpack what this picture of paradise means for life today.
Speaker: Dave Jensen
Bible Text: Revelation 7:9-17
Is there life after death? Or is this it? The Bible has a lot to say about what happens next: The book of Revelation shows us more than just a glimpse of heaven - it shows a picture of who will be there, what they’ll be doing, and also, how you can get there.
Speaker: Mike Raiter
Bible Text: Revelation 4 and 5
Mike speaks about how times have changed. From 50 years ago, most people were sympathetic to the Christian faith to today's antipathy.
However God is in control, He will triumph over all history, trust in God's sovereignty – He will win.
Speaker: Ray Galea
Bible Text: Revelation 3:14-22
With the church at Laodicea we come to the worst church out of the seven in Asia Minor. The problem was not false teaching or sexual immorality but being lukewarm. So offensive to Jesus that he wants to spit them out of his mouth. But to the worst church comes the greatest set of promises.