CCC Service
Weekend Worship | January 22
“Revelation: Blessing from the Sovereign" | January 22 | Revelation 1:1-8
Locations & Times
  • Central Christian Church
    2900 N Rock Rd, Wichita, KS 67226, USA
    Sunday 9:30 AM
The Blessing of Revelation
1. Promise of blessing (Revelation 1:3)
2. Blessing of rest (14:3)
3. Blessing of not being exposed (16:15)
4. Blessing of an invitation to marriage supper (19:9)
5. Blessing of not experiencing the second death (20:6)
6. Blessing of confidence when he returns (22:7)
7. Blessing of access to tree of life and entrance into the city of God (22:14)
I. Blessing Comes:
a. To those who hear
I. Blessing Comes:
a. To those who hear
b. To those who keep
I. Blessing Comes:
a. To those who hear
b. To those who keep
c. From what is written
II. The Message Comes:
a. From the Triune God
b. From our liberator
II. The Message Comes:
a. From the Triune God
b. From our liberator
c. From the present One
“The goal is to live it, keep it, obey it. The goal is patient endurance. The goal is to overcome this world’s pull toward compromise and apathy and idolatry. The goal is to one day be clothed in the white robes of Christ’s righteousness, to hear our names read from the Lamb’s book of life, to be sealed and sanctified and saved."

Nancy Guthrie
Key Theme:
The Triune God is present and sovereign and seeks unveil His purposes so that we might adjust our lives in light of what He is, has, and will do.

Key Application:
Obedience is the goal of revelation and with the desire to hear with intent and keep what is revealed blessing is promised.

Key Verse:
Revelation 1:3 “Blessed is the one who reads aloud the words of this prophecy, and blessed are those who hear, and who keep what is written in it, for the time is near.”

Key Questions:
1. Will you seek to “hear” and “keep” what has been written not only in His revelation to John but throughout His word? What are the biggest challenges you face in doing this?

2. What excites you about the blessing’s that revelation promises for us? (14:3; 16:15; 19:9; 20:6; 22:7; 22:14)

3. Look back at the character, nature, and accomplishments of our God given in 1:4-8 list the things that stick out to you. How should those things encourage you in the ebbs and flows of life?
Resources for today’s sermon are available upon request in the church office.

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