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revelation | imagining the kingdom
The book of Revelation, while oftentimes seen as some sort of secret puzzle book, is actually more like a picture book. It is not so much concerned with the end of the world as it is with how to live faithfully in the world in the here and now. Ultimately its central message is the same as every other book in the Bible—Jesus Christ and his kingdom. When we learn to read Revelation in this way, focusing on its central message of Jesus, we discover how to imagine the kingdom and live faithfully as the people of Jesus in this present passing age.
Additional Resource: Reading Revelation Responsibly
Because the book of Revelation can often seem strange and even bizarre to our modern sensibilities, we've put together a resource to help you learn to responsibly read and apply this book. Click below to check it out.
*Please note that we were outside during this sermon series without projection, so there are no slides for this sermon series.
Due to technical issues, we're missing the audio for the last sermon of this series (6.4.17 - Revelation 21:1-6; 22:1-5 - The City of God).
Due to technical issues on Sunday, May 7, and a missed gathering on May 14, audio for our sermon series in the book of Revelation picks back up on Sunday, May 21.