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    Antichrist and the Many Faces of Evil - Revelation 12:1 - 13:18

    Originally preached on November 2008 – March 2009

    The Antichrist; 666––the Mark of the Beast; the end of the world . . . as we know it. These are all images commonly drawn from the Book of Revelation. In chapters 12 & 13, Stephen Davey gives a behind-the-scenes look at the unholy trinity––bloodthirsty, and at the center of it all. Satan, the Antichrist, and the False Prophet are the dragon, his chief spokesman, and his minister of propaganda who savor the death and destruction of the coming judgment during the period known as the great and awesome Day of the Lord. Their agenda is clear:  world domination. Their methods are brutal:  insatiable destruction and oppression. Their end is certain: defeat, impotence, and everlasting hell. Their "fifteen minutes of fame" bolster them with the delusion that their evil ways will triumph.

    Scripture References

    • Revelation 12:1 - 6
    • Revelation 12:11 - 17
    • Revelation 12:7 - 10
    • Revelation 13:1 - 2
    • Revelation 13:11 - 15
    • Revelation 13:13 - 15
    • Revelation 13:16 - 18
    • Revelation 13:3 - 4
    • Revelation 13:5 - 10
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    Ruth: Wisdom Commentary Series - Ruth 1:1-4:22

    Originally preached on November 2008 – April 2009

    Hidden in the pages of the Old Testament is the beautiful story of love and redemption between a wealthy landowner and a poor widow. The story of Ruth and Boaz, carefully explained by Stephen Davey, will dazzle the imagination and ignite the emotions. Walk beneath the shadows of despair as Ruth and Naomi eke out an existence by foraging for leftover grain. Feel the emotions of Boaz as he carefully protects Ruth while secretly yearning for her affections. Watch in amazement as the  sovereign hand of God reveals the end of the  story, the fairytale comes true . . . "and they  lived happily ever after."

    Scripture References

    • Ruth
    • Ruth 1:1 - 5
    • Ruth 1:6 - 22
    • Ruth 2:1 - 13
    • Ruth 2:14 - 23
    • Ruth 3:1 - 10
    • Ruth 3:11 - 17
    • Ruth 3:18
    • Ruth 4:1 - 12
    • Ruth 4:13 - 22
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    The Trumpets of Seven Archangels - Revelation 8:1-11:19

    Originally preached on October – November 2008

    During the final years of the Tribulation, terrifying apocalyptic events of world-wide catastrophe will assault the earth and its inhabitants. And it's about to get even worse! Seven angels make an appearance and seven trumpets sound throughout the universe, signaling the beginning of dramatic prophetic events. Find out what the future holds for planet Earth and the human race. More importantly, discover how you can avoid this unique period of judgment unleashed upon the world and mankind by God, as He continues to advance the prophetic calendar toward its ultimate end.

    Scripture References

    • Revelation 8:1 - 6
    • Revelation 8:7 - 13
    • Revelation 9
    • Revelation 10
    • Revelation 11:1 - 14
    • Revelation 11:15 - 19
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    Jonah: The Prodigal Prophet - Jonah 1:1-4:11

    Originally preached on September – November 2008

    When you think of Jonah, more than likely a big fish comes to mind . . . and a prophet flying through the air! Perhaps you recall that same prophet who had a long stubborn streak. Well, the Book of Jonah is all that, but much more. It's an amazing account of God's grace to a people who deserved nothing but judgment, and a message of hope from a prophet who needed to rediscover it for himself. In Stephen's 7 unedited sermons through the Book of Jonah, you'll discover why Jonah is much more than a fish story! Find out how the life of Jonah can challenge and encourage your own personal walk with God.

    Scripture References

    • Jonah 1:1
    • Jonah 1:1 - 3
    • Jonah 1:17 - 2:9
    • Jonah 1:4 - 16
    • Jonah 2:10
    • Jonah 3:1 - 4
    • Jonah 3:4 - 10
    • Jonah 4:1 - 11
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    A Thanksgiving Harvest

    Originally preached on November 2006 – November 2008

    At a time of year where our daily thanksgivings are expanded and shared with extended family and friends alike, it is good to have perspective.  What are we thankful for in life and to Whom?  Take time to stop and remember all that the Lord has done and give thanks with a grateful heart.

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 100
    • Philippians 4
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