Discover The Glory of Jesus

  • The Loveliness of Jesus

    Date: Jun 28, 1998 | Passage: Revelation 4

    To worship Him Who is worthy of all worship and praise is our duty and purpose of existence. The Father seeks only one thing, and that is that we might worship Him. To truly worship Him is to ascribe to Him that honor, praise, glory, and majesty that He is worthy of – a true “worship.” This day, join me as we stand in the vestibule and peer through the door into the chambers of the Most High.

  • The Sacrifice of Jesus

    Date: Jun 28, 1998 | Passage: Revelation 5

    “WORTHY IS THE LAMB” Are you admiring the perfect sacrifice of Jesus ? Has the depth of His love and sacrifice filled your soul so full it is overflowing?

  • The Glory of Jesus

    Date: Apr 12, 1998 | Passage: Revelation 1:9-18

    I checked on a few remote cemeteries and did some investigating. Here is the verified record of what I found: • Confucius’ tomb- occupied • Buddha’s tomb – occupied • Mohammed’s tomb – occupied • Joseph Smith’s tomb – occupied • Mary Baker Eddy’s tomb – occupied • Jesus’ tomb – EMPTY!

  • The Return of Jesus

    Date: Aug 23, 1998 | Passage: Revelation 19:1-10

    Are you getting ready for The Banquet? The greatest party of all time is approaching. The King of Kings, Lord of the Universe is preparing a wedding feast like none other. In the most breath taking location imaginable He is spreading an immense table. The greatest names of all times will be present and seated. At dinner the invited guests will be rubbing shoulders with Adam and his lovely wife Eve. One of their twin sons, Abel will be sitting with them as well as Seth and his wife. Not too far away will be the amazing preacher, the earliest known prophet Enoch and family. His great grandson Noah and family will be nearby. On down the long table lavishly set will be the likes of Job and clan, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and Joseph with all their various family members. What a reunion as Moses and Elijah walk around talking with guests and visiting with old friends.

  • Worshipping Jesus Through The Prophets

    Date: Feb 19, 1997

    The Scriptures are all about God revealing Himself to His creatures. The ultimate expression of God's nature and character is Christ. Note the words of Hebrews 1:3 Who being the brightness of [his] glory, and the express image of his person, and upholding all things by the word of his power, when he had by himself purged our sins, sat down on the right hand of the Majesty on high; (KJV). Since the Word of God reveals God, and Jesus is the image of the Invisible God, then we can find and worship our Lord Jesus Christ in every part of the Bible!

  • Experiencing Jesus

    Date: Sep 27, 1998 | Passage: Revelation 21:9-22:5

    God invites us to the greatest event of all time. The ultimate communication from God has arrived. It is a beautiful work of art, a picture of vivid color and radiance. It is a full color portrait of His Son, Jesus. God presents this photograph as a gift to us. We can do with it what we want, but He promises an unusual blessing to all those who take the time to look at this picture.

  • Do You See Christ in All The Old Testament?

    Date: Mar 31, 2002

    Tonight we see that passover season was prophetic. The Gospels record Christ fulfilled the three prophecies of the Passover season.

  • Christ - The Key to Scripture

    Date: Apr 7, 2002

    Jesus gave us a vital piece of inside information as we try to exploit the riches of God's Word, that information is that He is the one unifying theme that runs through each testament, every book, every chapter, and every verse of the Book.

  • Christ The Living Water From The Rock

    Date: Apr 14, 2002

    We can see Pictures of Christ in every section of Exodus. Exodus records Seven EXPERIENCES the Israelites had that correspond to our Christian experience.

  • Seeing the Bible as Whole in Christ

    Date: Jun 2, 2002

    The Tabernacle is God"s photo journal documenting salvation. It is not an after thought, it is His premeditated explanation of what Jesus would do perfectly on the Cross. The Tabernacle is the clearest portrait of Christ and His redemption to be found in any part of the Old Testament.