by Dr. Ed Young


Revelation 20:1-15

I hope you already have your Bibles open to Revelation 20. We're going
to study this morning verse 11 through verse 15. Revelation 20:11-15.
If you do not have a Bible there's one in your pew. If you can't find
Revelation, the last book in the Bible, the page number is there in your
bulletin. It's important that we look on.
How many Bibles do we have here this morning? Would you lift you Bible,
everybody who has a Bible? Hold it up for a moment. How many Bibles do
we have? I think that's wonderful. For visitors, we've been in
Revelation for a long time. It's been exciting to study about last
things together. Revelation 20, we'll consider verse 11 through 15 as
we go to the Lord in prayer.
Father, we are a people and a nation of racket and movement and
activity. It is so tough for many of us to be still and quiet at any
time, even in church. But we trust in this hour You will give us
unusual qualities of concentration, cancel out other things that would
vie for our attention, and may the Holy Spirit literally put a hedge
around every heart and every mind so that we may concentrate solely and
completely upon Thy truth. Lord, we pray that You will touch that man
or that woman whose heart is cold, whose life has never spoken of Thy
presence. May this be that service in which they make that divine,
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supernatural exchange -- they receive a new life for an old life. You
speak and let me get out of the way so that Thy word and Thy holy and
divine message might not only be heard, may it be received and
understood and incorporated into our living. For we make this prayer in
the strong, holy na ...

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