Monthly Archives: August 2016

Aug.28,2016 – “Worship The Lamb” -Rev. 5 – CD#1611


There will be a new song in heaven that we will sing. It is called the Song of the Redeemed (Rev.5) It will be sung by the church; the Bride of Christ. It will not be a song from Israel. But it will be sung by those from “every tribe and tongue and people and nation.”           Israel will still be on the earth, and God will be dealing with them during the Great Tribulation. The Bride of Christ, which is the Christian Church, will be in heaven, singing praises to her Bridegroom. And God will have made us kings and priests to our God, and we will reign on the earth with Him during the Millennium.

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Aug.21,2016-“Heaven’s Open Door” – Rev.4 – cd#1610


When the Apostle John was “Raptured” up to heaven’s open door he saw four angels who were praising God day and night. They were joined in praise by the 24 elders. And they praised God for His holiness (Holy, Holy, Holy), His power (Lord God Almighty), and His omnipresence (Who was & is & is to come). They offered up honor and thanks, proclaiming His worthiness and attested that He is the creator of all things and that everything exists by His will.      Christians should get used to praising God, and enjoy worship here on earth. Worship will be our main activity in heaven.

Aug.14,2016 – “Be Zealous or Lukewarm” – Rev.3:14-22 – CD#1609

The Church at Laodicea thought they were rich and had need of nothing. But Jesus saw them very differently. From His perspective they were “wretched, miserable, poor, blind, and naked.” He said: “…be zealous and repent.”It is not really important what I think of myself. But it is very important what Jesus Christ thinks of me. We must see ourselves through the eyes of the Holy Spirit. That’s why David prayed, “Search me, O God, and know my heart, try me, and know my thoughts, and see if there be any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting.”

July 7, 2016 – “The Faithful Little Flock” – Rev.3 – CD#1608

  Jesus Christ, the One who has the Key to open or close doors of opportunity. When we walk by faith, seeking God’s guidance, we should look for the doors that He may open for us, but we also need to pay attention to the doors He may be closing. When Jesus opens a door of opportunity I always want to go through it. But I also want to be sensitive to the fact that He closes doors, as well, and I don’t want to force any doors open or break them down if Jesus has closed them.   Pastor Chuck Smith (1927-2013)