by Dr. Ed Young


Revelation 19:11-21

Hope you have your Bibles open to Revelation. We've been studying
Revelation for many weeks, several months. This morning we'll look at
Revelation, chapter 19, beginning with verse 11 going through verse 21.
Revelation 19:11-21. Let's bow for prayer together.
Father, as we consider today one of the basic deep fundamental truths of
our faith, we always feel inadequate and unworthy and ill-equipped.
And, Lord, I confess to You that my tongue seems to cling to the roof of
my mouth because these words from Thy book are so powerful. They take
on life and they carry for us a warning, yet a note of triumph. They
speak to us and our hearts leap with joy, but yet there is that touch of
pathos and tragedy. Lord, in this time of probing Thy truth, I pray
that You will speak and let me get out of the way so that Thy word and
Thy holy and divine message might not only be heard, but Father may it
be received and understood and incorporated into our lifestyles. Yea,
oh Lord, because of the work of Thy Holy Spirit, may men and women and
young people and single adults and boys and girls and students and
teenagers never be the same because Thou hast meet with us in this hour.
For this is our prayer, made in the strong holy name of Jesus Christ.
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The climax of the Bible is the second coming of Jesus Christ. There i s
prophecy in the Old Testament, there is prophecy in the New Testament
that points to this climactic moment in history.
Jesus said, "I have prepared a place for you. And if I have prepared a
place for you, I will come again and receive you unto myself that where
I am there you will be also." Jesus promised that ...

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