Over the next four weeks we will be reading and studying the book of Revelation. It can be frightening, and it can be confusing. However, it is a book that God gives us to offer us hope, not fear. “Jesus is victorious and those who have pledged allegiance to Him will be victorious as well. That victory is what Revelation is about.” As you read this book, discover God’s greatness and how we should follow Jesus faithfully. By clicking here you can watch a video from the Bible Project that gives an overview of the book of Revelation. On Saturday and Sunday, we’ll focus on the Scriptures for our Gospel Groups and the Sunday sermon. Please consider the questions below regarding the Scriptures for our Gospel Groups.
- Sunday, July 29 – Mark 4:1-20
- Monday, July 30 – Revelation 1:1-20
- Tuesday, July 31 – Revelation 2:1-29
- Wednesday, August 1 – Revelation 3:1-22
- Thursday, August 2 – Revelation 4:1-11
- Friday, August 3 – Revelation 5:1-14
- Saturday, August 4 – Revelation 1:9-20
What do you think about when you hear we are studying Revelation?
How does John get this revelation of Jesus?
How is Jesus described and what is the significance?
Which description of Jesus is most meaningful to you? Why?
What is John’s response to seeing Jesus?
How is Jesus’ power described?
How might Jesus’ power over time, death, and hell give you comfort and hope?
Does knowing these truths encourage you to speak truth to others?
What do verse 19 and 20 communicate to us?
How has Christ’s presence, power, and glory motivated you to be on mission?
- Sunday, August 5 – Mark 4:21-34
We will make posts on our website and app on Sunday mornings that outline the Bible reading plan for the rest of the week. Or you can view the entire Bible Reading Plan (June – Aug 2018)