Does your Church preach from the Book of Revalation

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Does your Church preach from the Book of Revalation

  1. Yes quite often

    41.7%
  2. Yes at least a few times per year

    44.4%
  3. Occasionaly

    11.1%
  4. Rarely ever

    2.8%
  5. Never

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  1. Ben W

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    Does your church have sermons or teaching from the book of Revalation.
     
  2. I Am Blessed 24

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    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.

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  3. Frogman

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    Our pastor preaches from Revelation and also teaches from the book.
     
  4. go2church

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    Yes, but not being dispensational the teaching/ preaching is a bit different then most might be used to here
     
  5. Dr. Bob

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    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.
     
  6. Dan Todd

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    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.
     
  7. Charlotte Marcel

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    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,
    Charlotte
     
  8. Bible-boy

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    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.
     
  9. Maverick

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    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.
     
  10. Pete

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    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 [​IMG]

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