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Series: GOD'S SPECIAL BOOK OF BLESSING
Dr. Ernest L. Easley Revelation 22:6-21
August 10, 2003
Take God's Word please and turn to the book of Revelation. This is the final message in our series of messages on the book of Revelation. And what a wonderful journey we have enjoyed going through the book of Revelation chapter by chapter, verse by verse!
Do you remember back in chapter 1 what God promised us? Look if you will to Revelation 1.3, "Blessed is he who reads and those who hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written in it; for the time is near."
God promises a special blessing for those "who read and hear the words of this prophecy." And my, have we been blessed! I've never seen God fail to do what He said He would do! We've seen people saved! We've seen wonderful crowds! We've seen people renewed as soul-winners! We've seen record amounts of money given for missions!!
I was in an elevator just last week and a lady was in there with me. And as the elevator was going down, my spirits were going up as she began telling me how she had to stay home each Sunday to take care of her 92 years old mother and how they had been blessed through the study of Revelation. I got her mothers phone number and called her and we rejoiced over the phone about the book of Revelation.
I've been stopped in the hospitals, at the mall, in restraunts, in air ports, by people who have been blessed by the study of Revelation!! And I'm not surprised for God says, "Blessed is he who reads and those who hear the words of this prophecy."
Oh, there's something precious and sweet about opening up the Word of God and letting God speak to your heart!
And what a fitting finally our Lord gives us as we conclude our study this hour. Look now to Revelation 22. We're thinking this hour on this subject:
"What a day that will be when my Jesus I shall see. When I look upon his face, th ...
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