Here we begin a series on the Book of Revelation, the last Book in the Bible, with which the canon of Scripture is closed. Its author, the Apostle John, having been exiled to the Island of Patmos, gives us much valuable information in a Book that was intended to be pastoral, and not the source of fruitless speculation. It's main focus is the Lord Jesus Christ, and the Book deals with many aspects concerning our relationship to Him, and also gives us indications of conditions during the End Times, the judgement to come, and The Lord Jesus Christ's second coming.
There is a sense of urgency in the Book, which gives us cause to believe 'the time is near'. This first sermon is very much an introduction, but along the way we will deal with the various 'schemes' into which well-meaning Christians have subscribed. So whether you describe yourself as a PreMillennialist, a PostMillennialist, an Amillennialist, or even a Dispensationalist, we trust that you will find this series of interest to you.