‘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…!

“Where Will You Be at the End of the World?”

In one little verse Daniel summarizes the fate of the world, the origin of the Rapture and the whole reason Believers believe. Sadly, this greatest end-times event is often preached in whispers and received with rolled eyes, even though it’s the shining jewell of the salvation message. Don’t miss this one—you’ll be blessed—and moved.

Prophecy Update 2022 PART 2: “Prophecy’s Most Neglected Warning”

PART 2 of a hard-hitting study on End-Times Prophecy’s most neglected warning. For the not-easily offended…

“Prophecy Update 2022: Don’t Worry—Be Ready”

When it comes to Jesus’ return, God gave us many warning signs and two resolute orders. We like the signs—but, oh, those commands—our marching orders from Jesus Himself, as Biblical prophecy unfolds before our very eyes. Here we go

“God and Monsters: Who is the ‘Little Horn’?” PART 1

If you understand Daniel chapter 7, you’ll understand much of the Book of Revelation. Daniel saw visions of monsters—one of whom was the Antichrist—and Revelation tells us how we know. A powerful alert to the world—from the past—about our future…

“The Current Middle East Uprising and Prophecy”

 

What happened in Israel, and what’s the potential of this current conflict? Here’s a briefing with a brief prophecy update.

“The Sodom Excavations” with Carl Morgan

Sodom has been found—and NEW discoveries from the dig mean new revelations. Archeologist Carl Morgan tells us what he unearthed at the Tall-El-Hammam excavations. Amazing. (followed by short Q&A and concluding remarks by Pastor Jay)

Palm Sunday: “The Day When the Rocks Cry Out”

 

Pastor Jay McCarl | John 11:55-12:19 | As He rode into Jerusalem, Jesus told the Jewish leaders that should His disciples silence their rejoicing, the rocks themselves would cry out. His disciples continued shouting so the rocks stayed quiet, but a day is coming when they will cry out—and it will be greater than anything-anyone-anywhere has ever known. Here’s what’s coming…