by Dr. Ed Young


Revelation 2:8-10

Let's prayer together.

Our heavenly Father, we are grateful to Thee for the privilege and the
joy of worship, for the excitement we always feel when we enter into Thy
house. Come in this hour, we pray, and so tabernacle among us, that
we'll never be the same because Thou hast met and dealt with us
individually and collectively. Father, most of us have been to church
many times, we've sung the hymns, we've prayed the prayers, we've gone
through all the emotions, but we trust that in this moment that Thou
will dea'l wit'ry s arrd slyeak to us c'iearly and d@,rectly &,-id pe-rsonally.
Dear Lord, let me get out of the way so that Thy word and Thy holy and
divine message might not only be heard, but may it be received and
understood and incorporated into our lifestyles. For I make this prayer
in the strong, holy name of Jesus Christ, our Living Lord. Amen.
If you'd open your Bibles to Revelation, chapter 1, and I want to read
verse 19. Verse 19 is an outline of the entire book of Revelation.
Revelation 1:19:

19Write the things which thou hast seen, and the things
which are, and the things which shall be hereafter;

Now, this is the resurrected Lord speaking to the apostle, John, in a

vision on the island of Patmos. And in this one verse, He gives an

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outline of the entire book. He talks about the things which He had
seen. This is chapter one. A vision of Christ. He talked about the
things that are. This is chapter two and three, the seven churches
there in Asia Minor. Then He talks about the things which are to come
hereafter, and this is begi ...

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