Sermons on Revelation

Christ Took Your Cross / Substitutionary Atonement

Christ Took Your Cross

The Bible teaches of a Substitutionary Atonement. Barabbas was one curious character in the Bible to receive it. His name means son of a father, and we find that he has many similarities to us all. In an interesting way, Barabbas embodies the person who was replaced as Christ died in his place. In short,…

Fall Back in Love with Jesus

The church in Ephesus was doctrinally sound, patient, and worked hard for the Lord, but Jesus comes on the scene to rebuke the church for something they lacked: staying in love with Him. For the church then and now, Jesus helps us to understand that He’s much more concerned with our relationship and fellowship with Him, rather than the works that come from having a relationship with Him. This rebuke from Jesus allows us to repent and to run back to Jesus, our true and only first love, our Messiah, the One who saved us from the Lake of Fire and gave us eternal life with Him.