• Questions Answered Media Resource by

    Revelation 1-22

    Even though the basic message of Revelation is simple enough for any Christian to understand, a lifetime is still not long enough to learn everything that this book has to offer. In this final lesson, Dr. Godfrey turns his attention to common questions that arise from studying this book. Whether all your questions are answered or not, his hope is that you have been richly blessed through this study of Revelation and that you will continue to be blessed as you seek to know Christ and to make Him known to others. View Resource

  • Understanding the Seven Letters Media Resource by

    Revelation 1:12-2:7

    The first chapter of Revelation concludes with a stunning heavenly scene. Jesus, the risen and glorious Conqueror, stands in majesty in the midst of His churches. Even though a glimpse of Jesus in glory is enough to bring John to his knees, Jesus speaks gentle words of blessing to His people. As we begin to explore Christ’s letters to the seven churches, we will behold a picture not just of Jesus’ sovereign majesty but also of His tender, pastoral heart for His people. View Resource

  • Letters to Ephesus & Smyrna Media Resource by

    Revelation 2:1-11

    After beholding the glorious vision of Jesus in the heavenly temple, John was commanded to record letters from Jesus to seven specific churches. In this lecture, Dr. Godfrey explores the first two letters, which deal with very different circumstances. Even though these letters were written two thousand years ago, they still have much to teach believers today. View Resource

  • Letters to Pergamum, Thyatira, & Sardis Media Resource by

    Revelation 2:12-3:6

    Continuing our study of Christ’s letters to the seven churches, we will turn our attention in this lecture to the three churches in the center of this literary section. These three congregations—located in the cities of Pergamum, Thyatira, and Sardis—are all commended for their acts of faithfulness to Christ yet still struggle with real problems. To believers of all ages who wrestle with the tension between their desire to live for Christ and their sin, these letters offer both deep encouragement and a call to renewed obedience. View Resource