Jan 24, 2021 — Elisha Freeman — The Book of Revelation is about giving us a big picture view of everything that is going on. We need a big picture of God and we also need a big picture of our true enemy. In Revelation 12-14 we are reminded of our enemy and how we can withstand the war he wages on us daily.
jan 17, 2021 –Elisha Freeman — We continue our sermon series in the Book of Revelation. In this lesson, we will cover Revelation 8-11. Throughout, we will be reminded that God takes rebellion and sin seriously, that when things get difficult the church must remember the power of prayer, and that God designed the church to be the witness to a lost world.
Jan 10, 2021 — Elisha Freeman — We resume our sermon series through the Book of Revelation with this letter. It is easy to get caught up with images and symbols of the letter and miss the overall points. In this lesson we are going to examine the source of war, pestilence, famine, death, and have two vital questions asked: 1) How long will God allow these to go on? 2) When the end comes who can stand before God?
Dec 13, 2020 – Elisha Freeman — Revelation 6-19 are chapters that will communicate to the church in the first century that tough times are coming. However, before all of that happens, Jesus opens a door and invites His church to look up and see God in heaven. This morning we will be reminded of the beauty, value, worth, and hope of heaven.
Dec 6, 2020 – Elisha Freeman — Jesus promised in Matthew 16:18 that once He established the church that the gates of Hades would not prevail against it. However, Satan and evil will attack her. What do we learn from the 7 churches in Revelation 2-3 that can help us in our spiritual battle? We will seek to answer these questions and more in this lesson.
Nov 22, 2020 – Elisha Freeman — It has been said that ‘the joy of living comes from a heart of thanksgiving.’ This morning we are going to look at the only recorded time where someone returns to Jesus for the express purpose of saying ‘Thank You’ and be reminded of the intentional nature of being thankful.