The Book of Revelation is a book designed to ignite the imagination. It is designed to redefine how we think about our world. It is designed to Reveal our world what it truly is. Therefore, it should give us hope, to get through the trials and difficulties of life. It should spur us on to love and good deeds (i.e. following the Lamb wherever he goes). It should encourage us to become visionaries, who imagine a world ordered around God and his Throne, rather than around the things of this world. It should challenge us to forsake the things of this world, and cling to Jesus Christ, who “freed us from our sins by his blood, and made us to be a kingdom and priests to serve his God and Father” (1:5-6)

Jason Bryan-Brown preaching on the 18th of June, finishing off our sermon series through the Book of Revelation, with a summary of the Theology of the Book, and some points of application.