Bringing Christ's Love to Life
Our Reason for Existence
Sunday worship is August 13 at 9a or 11a. Communion happens every Sunday.
A snippet from Sunday's sermon:
One of the most prevalent views of the book of Revelation is a theology called premillennial dispensationalism which claims that the world order is divided up into timeframes or dispensations. Certain things happen in each dispensation that lead into what happens next. The premillennial bit does not mean ‘before the millennial generation gets ahold of it’ but rather before a thousand year reign of Christ on earth. Which, for those of you who followed the Left Behind series in the 90s well know, is started by the Rapture. That event where all the righteous people are bodily taken up into heaven and the rest of us are, well, Left Behind. That’s going to be a real problem if you’re in an airplane and the aircrew are righteous and you’re not.
(Hint – you’re not but Christ is. We’ll get back to this in a minute)
There's more to the story. Join in the rest of the discussion this Sunday, August 13 at 9 & 11.
Meanwhile, some questions to consider:
Have you read all of Revelation?
If not, what has kept you from reading it?
According to Luther, what does all scripture point to?
What message do you get from Revelation 4?
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