Introduction and Recap: Jesus/The Lamb was enthroned at the time of His ascension almost 2,000 years ago (5:6-10).At this time, He received the scroll as His inheritance, His right to rule the kingdoms of this world.He began to open the seals and exercise His authority. The first four seals (Revelation 6:1-8) unleash four horsemen that …

Introduction In the previous chapter, we saw the enthronement of Jesus- the Root of David and the Lion of the Tribe of Judah- as the rightful King and Heir of the universe. Because He triumphed in His death on the cross, the Lamb is now worthy to take the scroll and open its seals. In …

Here we discuss the biblical and philosophical foundations of the Christian worldview, and how it applies to the day’s most pressing issues, followed with Q&A from the audience. We tried to fit in an entire conference in one session, so take lots of notes! Matthew 7:24-29 (NIV) 24 “Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine …

We are joined our apostolic founder, Joe Wyrostek, for a powerful message on the role of the church in the world, as well as the role each disciples plays in the Body of Christ! Matthew 16:15-17 (NIV) 15 “But what about you?” he asked. “Who do you say I am?” 16 Simon Peter answered, “You are the …

Here is a description of what took place in heaven when Jesus raised from the dead. Namely, that the Father has given the Son (1) all authority to rule in heaven and on earth, to reign and to judge, (2) to receive the cosmos as His inheritance, and (3) to be the object of worship …

The Book of Revelation transports from earth to heaven, as John enters a door to the throne room of God. In this message, we follow the commandment of Colossians 3:1-2 and set our minds on “things above” where God reigns and is worshiped over all. Revelation 4:1-11 (NIV) 4 After this I looked, and there before …

The title for this message is taken from Peter’s sermon on Pentecost, “God raised Jesus from the dead, and we are all witnesses of it” (Acts 2:32). It contains two life-altering truths: (1) God raised Jesus from the dead, and (2) We are all witnesses. Hear what we can learn from a Pentecost sermon preached …

The church in Laodicea has become the prototypical “lukewarm” congregation of saints who’s complacency and lack of zeal has made them useless to Jesus. Sadly, Laodicea has become a symbol for the American churches that trust in their wealth and prosperity and do not realize their wretched spiritual state. May we take warning from the …

The Church in Philadelphia was a small church in a small town, but with a great God and Savior. We can learn from these faithful saints and how they held on to Jesus’ Word and did not deny His name, even in the midst of severe opposition. Revelation 3:7-13 (NIV) 7 “To the angel of the …

Jesus’ stern rebuke to the church in Sardis is one that the modern church must heed today. Sadly, there are many churches in Texas and around the country that have a reputation of being alive, but are dead. We have a small window of time to wake up, repent and strengthen what remains before its …