Sound the alarm! That is exactly what Jude, one of the half-brothers of Jesus, aimed to do. In light of the alarm sounding, what should you do? Tonight, we are equipped with a perfect example of how to approach our spiritual battles, how to overcome the apostates. We have insight and admonition from the One who has won the victory! Greater is He that is in you, than he that is in the world.
As we progress toward the end of the book, the focus on tonight’s study is the millennial kingdom. Some of the topics Pastor Brett touches on include life on earth during the 1,000 years, the resurrection of all people, the distinctions between Hell/Hades/Abyss and the eventual doom of Satan.
Revelation 14 covers three major scenes. The first involves the 144,000 who are in the presence of the Lamb. The second reveals angels who are communicating messages about salvation, Babylon and Hell. The final scene is a sobering picture of the reaping of the earth, which ends with images of the Battle of Armageddon.
As political and military unrest seem to be rampantly spreading, we have a unique opportunity to contrast the spirit of the world, with the Spirit of God. Growing deeper in our walk with the Lord results in wisdom and maturity. The more we see of the world and what seems chaotic and hopeless, the more we see the need for this kind of insight and discernment.
As we begin a new book tonight, we spend some time learning about the historical city of Corinth. Often called Carnal Corinth, the church in this city faced some serious challenges. Paul begins his letter with greetings to the church, commendations for the things they were doing well, a challenge to unity and encouragement regarding their position as believers.
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