Description: The Cross of Jesus Christ silenced the mouth of Satan before the throne of God and forever removed him from the court of heaven.
Today on Scandia Bible Church Podcast, Pastor Monty Simao continues with our study in the book of Revelation and shows us that with Satan unable to accuse believers before God, he turned his attention to the church on earth.
And it is for or this reason, the church on earth has been called The Church Militant… for it is THE CHURCH AT WAR!
Description: A spiritual and heavenly battle is underway… though you may not know it.
Today on Scandia Bible Church Podcast, Pastor Monty Simao continues with our study in the book of Revelation and introduces us to a woman, a dragon, and a child — three signs that not only point us to this battle but help us understand and gain a perspective that nothing the Dragon (Satan) does, or will do, can stop God’s providential purposes.
Description: From the very first verses in the book of Revelation, the Apostle John – its author – draws a line in the sand.
Today on Scandia Bible Church Podcast, Pastor Monty Simao continues with our study in Revelation and shows us that even as early as John’s greeting in the opening verses, he’s quick to set God’s authority over that of every lesser authority and as the only Giver of grace and peace.
Description: Hard-working elders may not have a showcase full of trophies and awards to show for a lifetime of toil in the vineyard of God, but one day the Chief Shepherd will return and fully reward His faithful under-shepherds.
Description: In these verses Peter gives the climax of his urgent warning and strengthening of the church against the terrible persecution, already under way, but soon to issue in the death of countless numbers of the faithful. Although Peter primarily had in mind the prophetic destruction of Jerusalem, it should never be overlooked that the event itself was a type of the ultimate judgment of the Second Coming, giving all of the apostle’s teaching here a spiritual application for all generations to come.
Description: The Apostle Peter, in 1 Peter 3:13-17, tells his readers that they should not fear men and any suffering they might encounter. Quoting Isaiah 8:11-13, Peter writes that they should have a reverence for Jesus and be always ready to tell others why they have hope.
Description: Paul explains his circumstances to the Ephesian believers. He knew that some were discouraged by his imprisonment and persecution. Many of them probably wondered why God allowed those things to happen. But Paul never wondered, Paul knew. He knew that if he was in prison it was only because God wanted him in prison and he knew that God would use whatever circumstances to fulfil His kingdom purpose.
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