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A New Creation: Our Journey Through Revelation and Life.

Let us open our hearts and minds to the profound lessons God has for us in His Word. Let us pray:

Heavenly Father, guide us as we delve into Your Word, revealing its truths and applying them to our lives. Amen.


I. The Final Judgment and the New Heaven and Earth (Revelation 21:1-5)

I stand before you, a testament to God's transformative power. Like the new heaven and earth God promises in Revelation, my life witnessed a radical change. From serving in the Air Force to embracing God's call into ministry, it was a journey of rebirth.


Just as John saw a new heaven and earth where the former things passed away, we, too, are called to embrace this new creation in our lives. I've seen relationships reborn in my counseling, mirroring this divine promise. It's not just about the world to come; it's about the world here and now through God's love.


II. The Triumph of Good Over Evil (Revelation 20:10)

In my life, I've faced giants – two of them were Alcoholism and Cancer. These battles, like the downfall of Satan in Revelation, taught me the power of God's victory over evil. We all face our battles, but take heart: Christ has overcome the world. Our struggles are real, but they are not the end. The Lord promises victory, and in Him, we shall triumph.


III. The Hope and Redemption of Christians (Revelation 21:4)

The book of Revelation speaks of when God will wipe away every tear. In my journey through marriage, divorce, and remarriage, I've experienced the depths of pain and the heights of joy. In counseling, I've shared in the sorrows and joys of many. This promise from Revelation is our anchor; there is always hope and redemption in Christ.


IV. Interpreting the Symbolism in Revelation (Revelation 17:7)

Revelation is a book rich in symbolism. My diverse theological studies have shown me the beauty and depth of God's message. These symbols, complex as they are, speak of a simple truth – God's plan of Salvation. They teach us to seek understanding, embrace the diversity of God's ways, and always look for His hand in our lives.


Conclusion

As we reflect on the conclusion of Revelation, let us see our lives in its narrative. We are part of God's grand design – a transformation, victory, hope, and understanding story. Remember, no matter what we face, God is in control. His plan will prevail.


Let us go forth, renewed by His Word, living as testimonies of His new creation.

Amen.


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