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Discussion in '2003 Archive' started by Ben W, May 25, 2003.
Does your church have sermons or teaching from the book of Revalation.
Yes. Our Pastor preaches from the book of Revelation. It is part of the Bible and, therefore, should be taught just as any other book in the Bible.
Our pastor preaches from Revelation and also teaches from the book.
Yes, but not being dispensational the teaching/ preaching is a bit different then most might be used to here
Yes. But our preaching/teaching is expositional, so it means that Revelation might only be covered in a series (SS, preaching, cell group) every 3-4 years.
Prophecy is wound into many books, so it is a subject that is covered regularly.
I answered the poll (occasionally) so I could see the answers - My answer was not technically correct.
I preached through Revelation before I started Romans. It took over two years to get through Revelation. I've been in Romans probably 3 1/2 years - so you see my problem with occasionally.
We do however - use videos on Sunday nights - and we use a lot of prophecy videos - many from Midnight Call. So we get some Revelation that way.
Well, when it applies to the sermon, Of course, why wouldn't he? I wouldn't say it is often preached on, but once Our Pastor did a whole series on it. It was fascinating.
God Bless you,
My pastor does expositional preaching as well. Therefore, he preaches through entire books. He alternates, he preaches through an O.T. book then through a N.T. book. I answered occassionally but that is not really the case, but it was the closest of the choices available in the poll.
I have been through so much junk back in the 80's when everyone had a theory on Christ's return and who and where the AntiChrist is that I tend to shun it a bit, but still preach from it or refer to it in my sermons and classes.
I voted "few times per year" because Pastor's wife recently did a series on Revelation on Sunday nights covering a chapter or so a night. Probably one of best series on the book I have heard so far. She presented every different view on each part of the book, so anyone that wasn't confused before certainly was after... Just kidding