The White Stone by Ken Trivette

THE WHITE STONE
Ken Trivette
Revelation 2:17

Outline
I. THE PROMISE OF THE WHITE STONE
A. Inspirational Promises
B. Individual Promises
II. THE PURPOSE OF THE WHITE STONE
A. Acquittal
B. Acceptance
C. Admission
D. Assignment
E. Accomplishment
F. Appraisal
III. THE PERSONALIZATION OF THE WHITE STONE
A. The Inscription Of A New Name
B. The Indication Of The New Name

1. Several years ago I did a series of sermons on the
seven churches found in the book of Revelation. I
entitled the series, "Letters From Jesus." It was when
I studied and preached that series of sermons, I
became fascinated with the white stone in Revelation
2:17. My heart was drawn to it once again this past
week and I spent a little more time studying this
white stone. The more that I learn about this white
stone, the more it blesses my heart. I thought it
would be a blessing to you to learn a little something
about this white stone, so today I want us to consider
together this white stone.

2. The first thing that I want you to consider with me
is:

I. THE PROMISE OF THE WHITE STONE!

1. To set the backdrop for what we will learn, I want
you to understand that the promise of the white stone
was but one of several promises that were made in
Revelation chapter two and three. Briefly, lets look
at the seven churches as a whole and the promises they
received from the Lord. First, I want to look at these
promises as:

A. Inspirational Promises

1. As you look at these seven churches you read of
both our Lord's commendation and condemnation. In the
letters to these churches the Lord expressed His
pleasure for what was right in the churches and as
well expressed His displeasure in what was wrong. The
only exception is the church in Smyrna. The Lord only
had words of commendation for this church. There are
no words of condemnation for the church in Smyrna.

2. But not only are there words of commendation and
condemnation in ...


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