Sermons from August 2021
While it may be hard to admit, many of us have went through a lot more trauma than we realize the last year and half. Rachel asks some honest questions on how we love ourselves and others well in the midst of ours and others trauma.
Mike walks through the seven bowls of the wrath of God’s divine judgment, and why it’s necessary. It is a much different picture than what we think of as “wrath,” and to the first century listeners, a clear message on something we need to hear in our current situation.
Mike approaches the next interlude as John shows the pictures of the army of the Lamb singing a new song that is the song of Moses. Wait, that’s 2 songs becoming one song? Mike walks through why that’s significant and timely to today’s current situation.
Rachel Reinink joins us as she walks through the call of Moses in Exodus 3 and why God asked Moses to take off his sandals at the burning bush.
Mike walks through what the first centuries listeners immediately thought about when they heard the “mark of the beast.” It was an extremely clear image of their current experience. Mike connects that to what that might look like now, how it doesn’t look like all the doomsday prophecies, but begs a more important and basic question.