The Last Days of Evil

The Last Days of Evil

A 10-Week study of the Book of Revelation
Tuesdays at 10:00a.m. in the Old Fellowship Hall
Beginning August 6th 2019

Martin Luther didn’t want it in the Bible. John Calvin never wrote a commentary on it. It is ignored by many and adored by few. No other book in the Bible has perhaps confused and puzzled the Church throughout the centuries more than the book of Revelation. Yet, Revelation is a part of our New Testament canon and it is inspired by God and written for the benefit God’s holy Church.

Someone has said, “If Revelation were a house in a neighborhood, it would be that abandoned house at the end of the street that all the kids say is haunted.” But this isn’t a book that needs to be feared.

In fact, there is a blessing in reading this book. We read, “God blesses the one who reads the words of this prophecy to the church, and he blesses all who listen to its message and obey what it says, for the time is near” (Revelation‬ ‭1:3‬ ‭NLT‬‬).

Together, I want us to discover some truths that have the potential to transform our lives.  Don’t let Hollywood or sensational television preachers shape your understanding of Revelation. See for yourself what it says!

Let’s journey together this fall for 10 weeks on Tuesdays and discover who wrote Revelation, what its intentions were, who it was originally written to, how we can apply it today, and how it reminds us as Christians that our future is hopeful. Evil’s last day is near!

Recommended Resource:

Sessions with Revelation: The Last Days of Evil by David Sapp