The Beginning of the End (21 of 40) by Ernest Easley
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Series: GOD'S SPECIAL BOOK OF BLESSING
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
February 23, 2003
This morning from the 11th chapter of Revelation, we are picking up where we left off last Sunday. So take God's Word and turn with me to Revelation 11. When you come to chapter 11, you are reading what will be taking place 3 1/2 years into those 7 years of tribulation. The church, that is, those who have been born again have already been raptured up and will forever be with the Lord.
Now let me say that you can join a church without being a part of His church! You can join a church and miss Heaven! Did you know that? If you think that by joining Roswell Street Baptist Church that you will one day make heaven, you are greatly mistaken. You can have your membership here without having a membership in Heaven! And I'm talking to some people here today whose greatest need is not joining this church, but rather, your greatest need is a personal relationship with God through His son Jesus Christ!
If you've never had a life-changing, salvation experience with Jesus, your greatest need today is to be saved! And the good news is that you can be saved and can be saved today! Don't leave today without Jesus!
All right, so the church, the born-again, those who have had a life-changing salvation experience during the church age are now in heaven. Beginning in chapter 6, Jesus begins to remove the seven seals off of the title deed of planet earth. With the removal of each seal, another judgment is unleashed.
In chapter 8, we read of the removal of the seventh seal. And under the seventh seal are the seven trumpet judgments. Then when you come to chapter 10, God calls "time out." During that "time out," we read about God's Mighty Angel in chapter 10 and God's Mighty Witnesses in chapter 11.
Now as we come to chapter 11:15, the seventh trumpet blows! That final trumpet signals that the end is in sight! That fin ...
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