Fourth week in a six-week series called The End of All Things. This week we explore the Four Horsemen. There is a lot of brokenness in this world – hurricanes, earthquakes, wildfires, racial injustices, economic inequality, homelessness, violence and war. But there is also a lot of hope in this world too. And it is the hope in Jesus that we need to cling on to, trust in and share with all people that we encounter and those that we will never meet.
Six-week series called, The End of All Things. In this series we explore and uncover some of the mysteries in the Book of Revelation, this last book of the Bible. With which lens to we read Revelation? Is it really a futuristic book about the destruction of the world and non-Christians? Or is it a book about warnings and promises, and the hope we have in our relationship to Jesus? How do this letter from the author John relevant to us today in the 21st century? The Book of Revelation presents us with so many questions and yet, its words comfort us and give us hope. Its words are used in hymns and liturgies in the larger Church throughout the centuries, words and images that we have memorized and that have been engrained in our hearts.