Revelation is filled with the Apostle John’s accounts of the figures and events he saw in Heaven, each more intriguing than the last. Dr. David Jeremiah sheds light on some of the least understood: the souls of the martyrs. Who are they? How did they lose their lives? Why are they given special prominence?
If the seven churches of Revelation each represent an era in the history of the church, which one symbolizes the age in which we now live? Dr. David Jeremiah shares his answer, based on the book of Revelation.
As the seven-year Tribulation is ushered in by the so-called Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, it makes for a riveting read. But what does it mean to us here and now? Dr. David Jeremiah tackles that question, sharing several ways a modern believer might respond knowing what the future holds.
Even if you haven’t studied Revelation, you’ve probably heard of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. What do they represent, and why horses? Dr. David Jeremiah looks at these prophetic figures described in Revelation chapter six.
Revelation describes the singing and worship that will resound throughout heaven. Do you wonder if it might become stale or tiresome after a few thousand years? Dr. David Jeremiah explains from God’s Word why just the opposite will happen – why the longer we’re in Heaven, the more we’ll have to sing about!
Are you mystified by the “seal, trumpet and vial” judgments God will pour out upon the earth, according to Revelation? You’re in good company. Dr. David Jeremiah strips away the mystery to help you better understand the prophetic meaning and timeline.
If the troubles of your earthly life make it hard to lift your eyes and see what your heavenly life will be like, enjoy the vivid picture painted for you in the book of Revelation! Dr. David Jeremiah returns to the fourth chapter and its peek inside the throne room of heaven, rich in the details of all you have to look forward to.
The first three chapters of Revelation frequently discuss the church, but then something strange happens: it’s not mentioned again in the following sixteen chapters. Where did the church go? Dr. David Jeremiah explains as he opens the fourth chapter of Revelation.
If the seven churches of Revelation each represent a period of time in the history of the church, which one symbolizes the age in which we now live? Dr. David Jeremiah offers his understanding, based on John’s vivid description in Revelation as well as what’s happening in our modern churches.
Revelation opens with letters to seven ancient churches in Asia Minor. But as is often the case in Revelation, there’s more to those churches than meets the eye. Dr. David Jeremiah reveals how each of those churches actually represents a unique period of time in the overall history of the church.
The church of Laodicea had a disease that’s still prevalent in many churches today: material wealth masking spiritual poverty. Dr. David Jeremiah shares Christ’s prescription for this ancient church, but is it a remedy today’s prideful generation is willing to swallow?
The Bible makes it clear how God feels about lukewarm Christians. In Revelation, Christ makes it equally clear how He feels about lukewarm churches. Dr. David Jeremiah profiles a church that had become so comfortable, so complacent, that it no longer felt a need for the things of God.
No church is perfect, but the ancient church of Philadelphia probably came close. Dr. David Jeremiah takes us back to the church that drew only positive comments from Christ. As we’ll see, the incredible love of these early Christians is matched only by the incredible promises Jesus makes to them!
If Jesus were critiquing your church, what would He say? Great job? Needs improvement? Mixed reviews? Dr. David Jeremiah introduces us to a rare church; rare because Jesus had only good things to say about it. Are any of its qualities in your church?
When a person is found dead, an autopsy can often determine the cause. When a church has died, is there a similar way to learn how it came about? Dr. David Jeremiah investigates the death of what appeared to be a healthy church to reveal some potential causes.
Many churches look alive on the outside, with lots of events and programs, but are dead on the inside. Are you aware of one? Worse yet, are you part of one? Dr. David Jeremiah examines a church in Revelation that fits this description – a church about which Jesus had nothing positive to say.
Standing firm in the faith is challenging under the best of circumstances, let alone in a church compromised by sin. What does Jesus have to say to those bold believers? Dr. David Jeremiah shares Christ’s words of hope and encouragement for Christians who remain true in the midst of compromise.
Jesus’ earthly appearance was probably quite ordinary. But when we see Him in heaven, His appearance will be anything but ordinary! Dr. David Jeremiah shares the Apostle John’s vision of the glorified Christ.