Babylon and Christ — The Big Reveal, Part 6


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The Revelation of John moves toward its completion with the appearance of Babylon, the notorious prostitute. What does this disturbing image mean? Why does John contrast her with Christ, the rider of the white horse, who appears after Babylon’s fall? Pastor Luke looks at Revelation 17:1–6 in “Babylon and Christ – The Big Reveal, Part 6,” part 6 of his 7-part series “The Big Reveal.”

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The Number of the Beast – The Big Reveal, Part 5


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The Number of the Beast, like the Horsemen of the Apocalypse, has seeped out of Christian circles into the popular culture. But unlike the Horsemen, who represent overt, violent coercion, the Number of the Beast is a more subtle threat faced by Christians here and around the world daily. What is it, and what can be done about it? Pastor Luke looks at Revelation 12:17—13:18 in “The Number of the Beast – The Big Reveal, Part 5,” part 5 of his 7-part series “The Big Reveal.”

The Four Horsemen – The Big Reveal, Part 4

Benjamin West - Death on a Pale Horse (1796)

John’s vision of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse is one of the most compelling pictures in the entire Bible – and one of the most disturbing ones. Why is it so unsettling? What does it mean? And, if it means what we think it means, why would a good God release such horrors upon the world? Pastor Luke teaches from Revelation 6:1–8; 7:9–17 in “The Four Horsemen – The Big Reveal, Part 4,” part 4 of his 7-part series “The Big Reveal.”

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