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“Sound the End” – part 17

Week #48
Sunday, December 1, 2013 … In the year of our LORD
Progressive Christianity – Progressive Revelation
“The Revelation of Jesus The Christ – Christ’s Ministry to His Church”
~ Part 17 ~
“…Let The Trumpets Sound The End:
Trumpet 7 – God Is Faithful…”
Definitions / Study Helps
Primary Verses
• Revelation 11:19
Related Verses:
• 2 Chronicles 5:7
• Exodus 26:33-34 & 25:22
• Hebrews 9:3-7
• Leviticus 16:2-16
• Numbers 7:89
• Psalm 132:8
• Revelation 4:5, 8:5 & 16:17-18
• 1 Samuel 3:3
((To gain the most from these questions, use your Bible. Rather than creative thinking, seek the Word of God for sound truths.))

  1. In 1 Corinthians 1:9 what three things does Paul draw our attention to?
  2. A healthy fellowship, amongst the church body, is built by the people of the church having a healthy fellowship with who?
  3. What does the temple of God in heaven being opened symbolize and what does the appearing of the Ark of God’s Covenant show?
  4. How does knowing the sovereignty of God help us to assimilate His Word into our lives? Why is this needed?
  5. How does knowing that God is a righteous judge lead us to trusting more in the works of Christ than the works of ourselves?
  6. How does knowing that God is faithful give us confidence to bear witness in a fallen world?

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Sermon Notes
  1. Faith is trusting in God.
  2. Fellowship with Jesus is the basis for all other kinds of fellowship.
  3. The Temple of God in heaven being opened symbolizes God’s children joyfully being with Him forever.
  4. The Ark of God’s covenant shows the fullness of the promised covenant’s availability.
  5. The exciting hope found in the Seventh Trumpet is that God is faithful.
  6. The message of the Seventh Trumpet includes the following:
    • Christ is King of all.
    • Christ will one day rule the earth taking it from Satan and human rulers.
    • Christ will judge those who reject Him and bring promised blessings to the redeemed.

“May the peace of God be with you always.
Our Holy Father, we praise You for Your great faithfulness and pray that such faithfulness remains at work in us.
We pray this in the name of Christ Jesus, our Lord.”

~ Amen ~

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