“The 1st Woe: Demons from the Abyss”

The ‘Abyss’—what is it? Where is it? And why are demons terrified of it? Even more, who frees its demons to run amok and who will—and won’t—be tormented by them? Big questions with big answers from Revelation 9.

“The Wrath Escalates”

When Jesus breaks the 7th seal, trumpets begin to blow—and with each blast God’s wrath intensifies. And it’s still just the beginning. It’s coming, and no one can stop it—so what do we do while we wait, and is there an escape-clause?

“Tribulation Saints: Death is not Defeat”

What about the people who ‘come to Jesus’ when God’s Wrath is unleashed on the world—why are they killed, how do they die, and what becomes of them in heaven? The lessons to us living today are huge…

“The 144,000—Who Are These Guys?”

There’s been plenty of controversy surrounding the 144,000 in Revelation 7—here are a few solid answers (and a provocation or two).

“Antichrist: The Ultimate Antisemite”

When Jesus breaks the 5th seal, a strange group of people appear under an alter in heaven. Who are they? More than that—who killed them, and what will God to do about it? Amazing revelations of the past, the future and eternity are popping here…

“The 4 Horsemen: The Wrath Begins”

The 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse—they’re widely known, but little understood—that is, until we see them through ancient eyes where The Wrath takes on fearsome new dimensions. It’s coming—so what do we do now? Red alert…

“The Great Tribulation: It Begins”

‘The Great Tribulation’—Daniel’s ’70th Week’—where does it begin, and how? The answer is in Revelation 5, and it’s shockingly simple…

“The Four Living Creatures: Marvelous or Monstrous?”

The ‘Four Living Creatures’ around God’s throne—what are they? Even more—what do they have to say to us today? One thing is sure—it’s bigger than anyone could imagine… (Rev. 4:6-11)

“Postcards from the Throne of God”

The End of the World launches at the Throne of God, and those mysterious twenty-four ‘Elders’ have everything to do with it. Who are they? Why are they there? More than that—what does any of this have to do with the Lord’s Prayer? Much indeed…! (Rev. 4:3-6a)

“Throne of God: Centerpoint of the Cosmos”

The End of the World will begin at the Throne of God, and Jesus showed John what must happen—but he saw more than he could possibly imagine. Us, too—but Jesus dares us to try… (Revelation 4:1-3)

“Sardis: Mediocrity and the Death of a Church” (Rev. 3:1-6)

Prosperous, secure, entitled, mediocre, dead. The church at Sardis was all of that—and though they were the ‘body of Christ’, Jesus told them they were no better than a corpse. I wonder what He would say to the churches today…? Fasten your seat belts…

“To the Church at Thyatira: A Ultimatum”

The Church at Thyatira ‘tolerated’ a prophetess who fostered idolatry among them—after all, how could Jesus have a problem with that—it’s such a small thing and it makes the people happy. The church, however, belonged to Jesus, and He had other ideas about such things—things that sound painfully like an ultimatum to the church today. (Rev. 2:18-29)

‘The Church in Pergamum: Beware When Jesus Says “But…”

The Church in Pergamum was exceptionally faithful to Jesus, but they were also corrupt due to some really bad ideas. Jesus was faithful to them, too—and He rebuked them in order to bless them—along with the rest of the world…

“The Church in Smyrna: Standing for an Uncertain Future””

Jesus told the Church in Smyrna they would suffer, be slandered and dragged to the brink of death—and that He would be with them the whole time. After all, He’d already been down that road before. A great message for those questioning if standing for Jesus is really worth it…

“To the Church at Ephesus: No Love, No Church”

According to Jesus Himself, there is a single qualification to be one of His churches—and considering Who set this standard and from where He said it, every church should stand and listen—or tremble… [Rev. 1:12-2:7]

“The Resurrected: Infinite Humanity”

In the history of the world, only a single individual ever died and came back to life never to die again—a man who beat the menacing fate afflicting all people everywhere—death—just one man who became everything the world ever needed to bring genuine hope for life. And we get to be just like Him forever—but what will that be like? Here’s one of the most mind-blowing messages you may ever hear… [Rev. 1:9-18]

“Loves Us, Freed Us, Crowned Us” (Rev. 1:5-8)

John, Revelation’s scribe, was overwhelmed the moment he began to write it down—and his amazement is highly contagious. A Palm Sunday message from the pages of Revelation. The blessings just keep coming… (Rev. 1:5-8)

“The People Who Can Understand Revelation”

Who can understand Revelation? The answer will surprise you—because you’re part of it. Even more amazing are the blessings that come to those who read it and do what it says— and it’s not even difficult. Grace and peace to you…

“Revelation in a Nutshell” (Chapters 1-22)

What is Revelation all about? Here’s the whole Book—from first to last—in a single message—a great signpost warning us of the approaching wrath of God and the return of the King. Fasten your seatbelts…

“Revelation—Why We Studied Daniel” (Introduction)

Revelation is considered one of the most difficult parts of the Bible, when in fact, a child could understand it. Here is a vital and powerful introduction to this amazing, final book in the Bible. You will be blessed—The Book says so…!

“The Day After Christmas”

For us, Christmas comes once a year—for Mary and Joseph, it came only once, followed by a rollercoaster-life from amazement to alarm and back. For us, that’s just life, but when things get rough after God promises blessings, what then? It’s the day after Christmas… (Luke 2:21-52)

“Jesus Did WHAT??” (A Resurrection Revelation)

 

Pastor Jay McCarl | The Resurrection of Jesus Christ is the pinnacle of a vast, eternal story that’s more wonderful than we ever imagined. Feel far from God? This message may solve that issue…

“The Greatest Words Ever Spoken”

 

Pastor Jay McCarl | John 3:16 | A Christmas Sermon—and a dare—to overstate the meaning of Christmas. Just try…