by Stan Coffey

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The Second Great Supper (8 of 13)
Stan Coffey
Revelation 19:14-21

I am excited about this lesson today on "The Glorious Appearing". I call it "The Second Great Supper". We have studied about the great supper called the Marriage Supper of the Lamb. The Marriage Supper of the Lamb is that supper where you and I as the bride of Christ will sit down with Christ along with the guests, all the Old Testament saints, and we will have a great feast in the Kingdom of God. That is why I think there is going to be food in heaven! Because the Bible says we are going to have a supper in heaven and I don't think you can have supper without food, amen? In fact I think everything we enjoy will be in heaven except it will be much, much better. Even though we will be in a glorified body, Jesus had a glorified body and He ate fish with His disciples. So you and I can do the same thing.

We studied about the Marriage Supper of the Lamb which takes place somewhere after the Judgment Seat of Christ. We are given our rewards. And in Revelation 19 we see how the bride of Christ is purified. The apostle Paul said, "He will present His church or His bride to Himself without a spot, without wrinkles, without blemish or any such thing." It is not hard to find fault in any church today no matter what church it is because the church is made up of fallible people. But one day, the church is going to be purified and wear a robe of spotless white, a beautiful wedding garment. And Jesus said that many will come from the east and the west and will sit down with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob in the Kingdom of God. So you just think about that and think about what a great joy that is going to be on that day.

Now, we come today to a different kind of supper. This is not a supper of celebration; this is a supper of condemnation. This is a great supper predicted by Jesus and described here in Revelation. Last week we began to talk about the great ...

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