Honeymoon Love: How To Have It And Keep It (5 Of 52) by Stan Coffey
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Book of Revelation Series
Dr. Stan Coffey
Our Father, we come to thank you that the Word of God is a lamp unto our feet, a light unto our path. May we hide its truth in our heart that we may not sin against you. Father, we pray that you would bless every person who's come today. We pray for the radio ministry of our class Monday through Friday. We ask, Lord, that you would bless each one of those studies and lessons. We thank you for this class that makes it possible. We pray, Father, that you will continue to add to our number that we might be able to reach out to others who are members of other faiths as well as our own denomination and, Father, invite them to come and be a part of this time. Lord, we ask all of these things in Jesus's name, amen.
Well, today we begin the second chapter of the book of Revelation. We're going to begin reading in verse 1. And you have an outline that you can follow. And today you may want to fill in some on the outline because it's not quite as full as it normally is. But you can fill in the information that you need to fill in. And we're going to have a good study. The title of the lesson today is "Honeymoon Love - How to Have It, and How to Keep It." And I think you're going to be challenged by these verses of scripture as they've already challenged my own heart.
This is the message of Jesus to the church at Ephesus. Remember, in Revelation 1:19 I want to remind you that we have the outline of the book of Revelation. It is a key verse in understanding the book of Revelation. In Revelation 1:19 there are three parts to Revelation mentioned. John is instructed by the Lord Himself to "write the things which thou hast seen, and the things which are, and the things which shall be hereafter." Revelation 1 is part 1 of the book of Revelation, the things which he has seen. Christ was unveiled in all of His glory. Now that's very impor ...
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