Tag: even so come

Revelation Lesson 18 Day 4

8.  Passages about the suffering of God’s people Psalm 73:26-28 Our flesh has limited strength. God’s strength has no limitations….

Revelation Lesson 7 Day 4 Romans 11

Israel is not cast away. Romans 11:1-10

Accepting the Gentiles through grace does not mean God excludes Israel. On the contrary, He earnestly desires that they might be saved.

However, Israel is no longer favored over the Gentiles. From the beginning, God accepted believers by His grace. Just as God told Elijah he wasn’t the only prophet left, Paul says there remained a remnant whose hearts were not hardened toward Him.

Revelation Lesson 7 Day 3 Acts 2

Acts 2 : 36 The people were “cut to the heart” because Peter proved to them how Jesus’ life, crucifixion, and resurrection fulfilled prophecies recorded in scripture. Many of the people witnessed the crucifixion, so that was undeniable. 3000 were added to the kingdom of God that day.

Revelation Lesson 7 Day 2 Acts 2

God will pour out His Spirit on ALL FLESH. Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.

Not only Moses.
Not only the current high priest.
Not only designated prophets.
Not only Israelites, or Jews, or converts to Judaism.
Male AND female.
Young and old.
Slaves and free.
Outcome: Everyone can and should prophesy, see visions, and dream dreams like Peter.

Then there will be more drama in the heavens and on the earth.

Revelation Lesson 6 Day 5 Laodicea 2

No amount of earthly wealth comes close to the joy of the Lord that overwhelms me.

” For he has dressed me with the clothing of salvation
and draped me in a robe of righteousness.
I am like a bridegroom dressed for his wedding
or a bride with her jewels.”

Revelation Lesson 6 Day 4 Laodicea

Jesus is 100% faithful. He doesn’t change in His love and desire to be in a relationship with us. He means what He says. His behavior backs it up. Jesus is the source and giver of our life. God created us for a relationship with Him. He is the source and giver of our born-again spirit. He is the source of our 100% forgiveness. He is the source of 100% of our righteousness.

Revelation Lesson 6 Day 3

To Philadelphia ~ Keep on holding onto the Word of God and the Name of God just as you have been doing. God blesses those who patiently endure testing and temptation. Afterward, they will receive the crown of life that God has promised to those who love him.

Revelation Lesson 6 Day 2 Philadelphia

Philadelphia (modern Alashehir, Turkey) twenty-eight miles southeast of Sardis was a commercial center located on elevated ground overlooking the fertile plain of the Hermus (Gediz) River. In 189 b.c. the king of Pergamum, Attalus Philadelphus, established Philadelphia and named the city to honor his brother.

Jesus knows their limited strength. He commends them because they have kept His word and have not denied His name.

We can’t have a relationship with the Lord if we reject His Word. Jesus is the Word. John 1:1-14 AWMI

He was obviously pleased with their good heart and pure motives.

Revelation Lesson 5 Day 4

Message to the Faithful in Thyatira~Revelation 2:18-29~To those who persevere and overcome, He will give authority & power over the nations & the Morning Star

Revelation Lesson 5 Day 5

To the church at Sardis– Jesus holds leaders accountable for allowing the strongholds of wrong teaching, wrong motives, and focus on the wrong things. He is jealous for the pure affections of His bride.

The Holy Spirit teaches us and counsels us in God’s ways if we maintain an attentive spiritual ear.