We've covered a lot of territory in the book of Revelation. We've gone through the history of the seven early churches all the way into eternity future, and finally, we've…
Tonight, we're looking at the Holy City, the New Jerusalem. In this passage, we see that God will reverse all the tragedies that occurred in the old creation. Everything that…
I believe the Bible literally; therefore, I believe in a literal place called Heaven and a literal place called Hell. I believe in a literal lake of fire that's not…
Bible Text: Revelation 21:1-8 | Preacher: Dr. George A. Mulford | Series: Revelation: Behold He Comes! As we come to Revelation 21, all the sinners of all the ages, all the demons, the fallen angels, as well as Satan, the beast, and the false prophet, have been cast into the Lake of Fire. The old universe has been destroyed and God has created a new universe, free from sin and the curse, and the new heavens and the new earth will be the eternal home of the redeemed. That will be our home if we're saved. There is going to come a day when our pilgrimage will be over and we will be safely at home in the Father's house. We're looking for the Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ. The Rapture of the church is the next event on the Lord's prophetic calendar, and it could happen at any moment. Praise God. So, tonight we're going to look at the City of Glory.
Bible Text: Revelation 20:11-15 | Preacher: Dr. George A. Mulford | Series: Revelation: Behold He Comes! I want to talk to you about the Great White Throne Judgment. This is the final judgment of all the unbelievers of all the ages since the beginning of man's history on this earth. The first resurrection takes place at the end of the tribulation and the beginning of the millennium when all the Old Testament believers will have their resurrected bodies, the tribulation saints that were martyred will have theirs, and, of course, we will receive ours at the Rapture. The dead, the unsaved, will not live again until the thousand years are finished and that's the second resurrection. That's the one you don't want to be in. That's the resurrection of the unjust, which the Lord Jesus Christ referred to as the resurrection unto damnation.
Bible Text: Revelation 20:1-10 | Preacher: Dr. George A. Mulford | Series: Revelation: Behold He Comes! Revelation 20 is somewhat of a controversial chapter swirling around the use of the term "thousand years" used six times in our passage tonight. These verses describe a literal thousand-year kingdom that Christ will reign on Earth, which will be the fulfillment of many biblical promises and prophecies. Tonight we will see that, even after the idyllic environment of the millennial kingdom where Jesus Christ reigns, Satan's nature has not changed and man will still rebel against God.
Bible Text: Revelation 19:11-21 | Preacher: Dr. George A. Mulford | Series: Revelation: Behold He Comes! The opening chapter of Revelation sets the tone for everything else that will follow, and tonight, we're talking about the Second Coming of Christ. This will be a very visible event. He's going to come with clouds in power and glory, and every eye will see Him.
Bible Text: Revelation 19:1-10 | Preacher: Dr. George A. Mulford | Series: Revelation: Behold He Comes! Tonight, we're talking about a wedding, not just any wedding, but the marriage of the Lamb. It will be a time of great joy for all the redeemed of the Lord. Oh, what a time of celebration awaits us one of these days. It could be tonight. There's nothing else that has to be done for the Rapture to take place, and the Lord could call His bride home at any moment. Let's live as though we are ready to meet Him.
Bible Text: Revelation 17:1-18 | Preacher: Dr. George A. Mulford | Series: Revelation: Behold He Comes! Since the dawn of time, man has been in the business of trying to get by without God. Our text tonight describes the destruction of Babylon. Babylon is a city but it is also a system, a world system opposed to God. Babylon represents everything mankind has accomplished apart from God, and this system is judged in the seventh bowl judgment. So what we see in Chapters 17 and 18 give us details of the destruction of Babylon, and tonight we are talking about Babylon as a one-world religious system.
Bible Text: Revelation 16:10-21 | Preacher: Dr. George A. Mulford | Series: Revelation: Behold He Comes! By the time we reach the period in our text tonight, the world has been experiencing unprecedented judgment that is now about to be brought to a conclusion. Tonight, we'll see something about Babylon, which of course is the false church, the great harlot, but it's more than a religious system; it's also an economic and political system ruled over by the Antichrist. These last three plagues we examine tonight set the stage for Christ's Second Coming.