by Whitney Stofflet // July 5th, 2017

For most of us, the book of Revelation is the spooky/scary book we never read.  While the imagery can be a little odd, the message within the last book of the Bible merits our attention.  In the midst of all the things in this life that threaten to overwhelm us, again and again, Revelation points to the God who has chosen to share life with us. It points to God who is remaking this world and remaking it into something that exceeds all our deepest longings: a forever home where peace rules and joy is complete.

July 9 – Revelation 1:9-2:7 – John, the Risen Christ, and the Churches

July 16 – Revelation 4:1-11 – God the Creator

July 23 – Revelation 5:1-13 – Christ the Lamb

July 30 – Revelation 6:1-8, 7:9-17 – The Four Horsemen

August 6 – Revelation 13:1-18 – The Two Beasts

August 13 – Revelation 17:1-6, 19:11-16 – The Harlot and Great Battle

August 20 – Revelation 21:1-6, 22:1-5 – The New Jerusalem