Revelation - CD Series

Revelation - CD Series

Complete Series
$75.00
Letters to the Churches
$10.00
The End of the Church Age
$10.00
The Lamb Opens the Seven Seals
$10.00
The Pit, the Army, and the Little Book
$10.00
The Witness and the Dragon
$10.00
The Rise of the Antichrist
$10.00
Armageddon and Babylon the Great
$10.00
The Coming of the King
$10.00
Heaven and Earth Reborn
$10.00
The River and the Tree
$10.00
John’s powerful vision of the end of the old earth and the ushering in of the new brings the sovereignty and authority of God into sharp focus. Tony Evans walks chapter by chapter through the book of Revelation and establishes the eternal importance of a life of commitment to and reverence of God.

Messages Include:
  • Letters to the Churches – Revelation 1:1–2:17
  • The End of the Church Age – Revelation 2:18–4:11
  • The Lamb Opens the Seven Seals – Revelation 5:1–8:13
  • The Pit, the Army, and the Little Book – Revelation 9:1–10:11
  • The Witness and the Dragon – Revelation 11:1–12:7
  • The Rise of the Antichrist – Revelation 12:8–14:2
  • Armageddon and Babylon the Great – Revelation 14:3–17:5
  • The Coming of the King – Revelation 17:6–19:21
  • Heaven and Earth Reborn – Revelation 20:1–21:14
  • The River and the Tree – Revelation 21:15–22:21

Letters to the Churches (Revelation 1:1–2:17) - There is an oft-repeated phrase in Christian circles: “God won’t give us more than we can handle.” However, God frequently allows the faithful to experience hardships beyond their endurance for the purpose of causing them to lean on Him for deliverance.

The End of the Church Age (Revelation 2:18–4:11) - There is an oft-repeated phrase in Christian circles: “God won’t give us more than we can handle.” However, God frequently allows the faithful to experience hardships beyond their endurance for the purpose of causing them to lean on Him for deliverance.

The Lamb Opens the Seven Seals (Revelation 5:1–8:13) - There is an oft-repeated phrase in Christian circles: “God won’t give us more than we can handle.” However, God frequently allows the faithful to experience hardships beyond their endurance for the purpose of causing them to lean on Him for deliverance.

The Pit, the Army, and the Little Book (Revelation 9:1–10:11) - There is an oft-repeated phrase in Christian circles: “God won’t give us more than we can handle.” However, God frequently allows the faithful to experience hardships beyond their endurance for the purpose of causing them to lean on Him for deliverance.

The Witness and the Dragon (Revelation 11:1–12:7) - There is an oft-repeated phrase in Christian circles: “God won’t give us more than we can handle.” However, God frequently allows the faithful to experience hardships beyond their endurance for the purpose of causing them to lean on Him for deliverance.

The Rise of the Antichrist (Revelation 12:8–14:2) - There is an oft-repeated phrase in Christian circles: “God won’t give us more than we can handle.” However, God frequently allows the faithful to experience hardships beyond their endurance for the purpose of causing them to lean on Him for deliverance.

Armageddon and Babylon the Great (Revelation 14:3–17:5) - There is an oft-repeated phrase in Christian circles: “God won’t give us more than we can handle.” However, God frequently allows the faithful to experience hardships beyond their endurance for the purpose of causing them to lean on Him for deliverance.

The Coming of the King (Revelation 17:6–19:21) - There is an oft-repeated phrase in Christian circles: “God won’t give us more than we can handle.” However, God frequently allows the faithful to experience hardships beyond their endurance for the purpose of causing them to lean on Him for deliverance.

Heaven and Earth Reborn (Revelation 20:1–21:14) - There is an oft-repeated phrase in Christian circles: “God won’t give us more than we can handle.” However, God frequently allows the faithful to experience hardships beyond their endurance for the purpose of causing them to lean on Him for deliverance.

The River and the Tree (Revelation 21:15–22:21) - There is an oft-repeated phrase in Christian circles: “God won’t give us more than we can handle.” However, God frequently allows the faithful to experience hardships beyond their endurance for the purpose of causing them to lean on Him for deliverance.