Worship God! (Revelation 19:9-10)

Worship God! (Revelation 19:9-10)

God is like no other. That makes knowing Him a challenge and it means that He must come to us if we are to have any fruition of Him as our blessedness and reward! Not only has He come to us, but the whole history of man is the story of God coming to us in the most intimate way and for the most intimate union. No wonder then that the best metaphor He uses to portray that union is that of marriage and a wedding feast. But the marriage metaphor fails to excite us as it should if we are unsure of WHO our Bridegroom is. Ignorant of what makes Him altogether lovely.

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Preparations and Presents (Revelation 19:7-8)

Preparations and Presents (Revelation 19:7-8)

righteousness or righteous acts? – there is a controversy about which is it? – the answer = both! just like

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– the bride makes herself ready because it was granted to her to clothe herself! – God’s grace always comes first and works in… but we always work OUT that grace that NEW LIFE. Living things LIVE! No wonder v.7 emphasize rejoicing and exulting … with giving God the GLORY!

Praise our God! (Revelation 19:1-6)

Praise our God! (Revelation 19:1-6)

What a horrible thing to come into the presence of God and NOT worship. To miss the glory and the power of worship. Revelation is easily the most worshipful book of the whole Bible. So many Worship services and calls to worship. IF you are going to learn to worship from any place in Scripture it should be Revelation. I think we have already seen great heavenly worship scenes that have instructed us and empowered us here at Omega to better, fuller and truer worship… but we can still learn more. Indeed, I believe the greatest mistake that the contemporary evangelical world is making … is not being serious about the WORSHIP of GOD!

Babylon Lamented and Rejoiced over (Revelation 18:1-24)

Babylon Lamented and Rejoiced over (Revelation 18:1-24)

Rejoicing songs of praise not being vendetas but rejoicing in God and His justice, but what is the central focus of Revelation is that All Christians will rejoice at the Second Coming of the Lord Jesus Christ – a joy such as none of us I’m sure has ever known in this world – even though that coming must mean the end of the unbelieving world and the judgment and punishment of its people. “Maranatha, O Lord Come quickly,” is always the sweetest part of our song!