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 The Book of Life by Thaddeus Barnum

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Scripture(s): Revelation 20:11  
Description: We are not preaching the gospel today, we are hearing motivational speaking and things that are good. We are told that "we are good" and we walk away refreshed, this is not gospel preaching, the gospel is not being preached in our pulpits. "Motivationalism" is the error of our today, Our job is not to motivate, it is to preach the truth!
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 HELL! by Keith Daniel

Topic: Hell
Scripture(s): 2 Thessalonians 1:7-9, Revelation 20:11-15  
Description: nil
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 (Faith Community Chapel) 10/30 Message by Keith Daniel

Topic: Second Coming Of Christ
Scripture(s): 2 Thessalonians 1:8-9, Revelation 20:11-12  
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 (Covenant Word Ministries) Hell! by Keith Daniel

Topic: Hell
Scripture(s): 2 Thessalonians 1:8-9, Revelation 20:11-15, Hebrews 10:31  
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 The Possibility of Death by Keith Daniel

Topic: Death
Scripture(s): Hebrews 9:27, Revelation 20:11-12  
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 Judgment Seat of Christ - Part 1 (alternative 2) by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Judgment Seat
Scripture(s): Revelation 20:11-15, 1 Corinthians 3:9-15, Hebrews 9:27  
Description: nil
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 Judgment Seat of Christ - Part 2 (alternative 2) by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Judgment Seat
Scripture(s): Revelation 20:11-15, 1 Corinthians 3:9-15, Hebrews 9:27  
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 The Great White Throne by E.A. Johnston

Topic: Judgment Day
Scripture(s): Revelation 20:11-20  
Description: nil
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 The Judgement Seat Of Christ - Part 1 (alternate) by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Judgment Seat Of Christ
Scripture(s): Revelation 20:11-15, 1 Corinthians 3:9-15  
Description: A deeply moving wake-up call to the church, instructing her to live in the light of eternity, "for we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ" (2 Corinthians 5:10). Leonard Ravenhill describes the judgment day from Scripture as a court day where the verdict is final. He first points to the judgment of the unjust and then focusses on the judgment of the righteous. He emphasizes that we will all stand before Jesus alone and will not only be judged for what we have done, but also for what we have not done that we should have done. He denounces the worldliness of the people of God who invest their time and money as the world does - thus building on wood, hay and stubble as opposed to silver, gold and precious stones. Leonard Ravenhill strongly opposes today's "sloppy gospel" and "sloppy evangelism" of a love with no judgment. He warns that we are passing from the mercy of the lamb to the wrath of the lamb when Jesus judges the earth and mercy will be gone forever. As the work of every human being shall be tried in the fire, many public ministries will go down in ashes. Leonard describes 95 % of believers as bound by superstition and theology. He criticizes the unjust money-making of public ministries that leads to false investments of large amounts of money. He states that we must have Jesus take the government over our lives in reality and be lost and consumed in Him. Ravenhill closes his sermon with a strong call to repentance: "If we cannot live as a different breed of people on this earth we have no right to live here. God stamp eternity on my eyeballs."
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 The Judgement Seat Of Christ - Part 2 (alternate) by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Judgment Seat Of Christ
Scripture(s): Revelation 20:11-15, 1 Corinthians 3:9-15  
Description: A deeply moving wake-up call to the church, instructing her to live in the light of eternity, "for we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ" (2 Corinthians 5:10). Leonard Ravenhill describes the judgment day from Scripture as a court day where the verdict is final. He first points to the judgment of the unjust and then focusses on the judgment of the righteous. He emphasizes that we will all stand before Jesus alone and will not only be judged for what we have done, but also for what we have not done that we should have done. He denounces the worldliness of the people of God who invest their time and money as the world does - thus building on wood, hay and stubble as opposed to silver, gold and precious stones. Leonard Ravenhill strongly opposes today's "sloppy gospel" and "sloppy evangelism" of a love with no judgment. He warns that we are passing from the mercy of the lamb to the wrath of the lamb when Jesus judges the earth and mercy will be gone forever. As the work of every human being shall be tried in the fire, many public ministries will go down in ashes. Leonard describes 95 % of believers as bound by superstition and theology. He criticizes the unjust money-making of public ministries that leads to false investments of large amounts of money. He states that we must have Jesus take the government over our lives in reality and be lost and consumed in Him. Ravenhill closes his sermon with a strong call to repentance: "If we cannot live as a different breed of people on this earth we have no right to live here. God stamp eternity on my eyeballs."
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 The Judgment Seat of Christ (alternate 3) by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Judgment Seat
Scripture(s): Revelation 20:11-15, 1 Corinthians 3:9-15  
Description: A deeply moving wake-up call to the church, instructing her to live in the light of eternity, "for we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ" (2 Corinthians 5:10). Leonard Ravenhill describes the judgment day from Scripture as a court day where the verdict is final. He first points to the judgment of the unjust and then focusses on the judgment of the righteous. He emphasizes that we will all stand before Jesus alone and will not only be judged for what we have done, but also for what we have not done that we should have done. He denounces the worldliness of the people of God who invest their time and money as the world does - thus building on wood, hay and stubble as opposed to silver, gold and precious stones. Leonard Ravenhill strongly opposes today's "sloppy gospel" and "sloppy evangelism" of a love with no judgment. He warns that we are passing from the mercy of the lamb to the wrath of the lamb when Jesus judges the earth and mercy will be gone forever. As the work of every human being shall be tried in the fire, many public ministries will go down in ashes. Leonard describes 95 % of believers as bound by superstition and theology. He criticizes the unjust money-making of public ministries that leads to false investments of large amounts of money. He states that we must have Jesus take the government over our lives in reality and be lost and consumed in Him. Ravenhill closes his sermon with a strong call to repentance: "If we cannot live as a different breed of people on this earth we have no right to live here. God stamp eternity on my eyeballs."
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 (Second Coming of Christ) 11 A Final Assize and a Final Abode by Aeron Morgan

Topic: Second Coming
Scripture(s): Revelation 20:11-15  
Description: nil
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 The Great Judgement by Alan Bartley

Topic: Judgement Seat
Scripture(s): Revelation 20:12  
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 Final Judgment by Paul Washer

Topic: Judgment
Scripture(s): Revelation 20:15  
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 Babylon is Falling by David Wilkerson

Topic: Babylon
Scripture(s): Revelation 18:2  
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 (Revelation) The Doom Of The Commercial Babylon by Willie Mullan

Topic: Babylon
Scripture(s): Revelation 18:1-8  
Description: nil
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 Escaping the Theology of Babylon by Carter Conlon

Topic: Babylon
Scripture(s): Jeremiah 51:1-2, Daniel 51:1-5, Revelation 18:2  
Description: December 4,2005 - There is no deeper and darker blindness than religious blindness. The theology of Babylon has no effect on its society but to dull and deaden the people. This theology of self seeking and animates false prophets who are covetous and has a heart that seeks prestige and power. This theology diminishes the poor and leads them into oppression and darkness. We escape the Babylon theology by considering the poor and needy and reaching out to them with the compassionate heart of Christ
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 He Who Has An Ear Let Him Hear by Pat Kenney

Topic: Spiritual Hearing
Scripture(s): Revelation 2:7  
Description: nil
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 65 Epilogue - The Call to Gather as Fellowships by Principles For The Gathering of Believers

Topic: Audio Books
Scripture(s): Colossians 1:18, 1 Peter 5:3, Revelation 2:7  
Description: This book has been prepared to encourage believers to gather in small gatherings under the Headship of Jesus Christ.795 Thus no man is head over the fellowships as a whole that gather in this way. Though servant leaders are submitted to, there is no one brother over all fellowships controlling them. True submission to authority in the Church should not be because of someone who was voted in or hired but because of their spiritual walk with the Lord. Thus people submit to them willingly seeing Christ formed in them and desiring to emulate their walk with the Lord.
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 The Book of Revelation by Audio Bible NT - KJV

Topic: Audio Bible KJV
Scripture(s): Revelation  
Description: This last book of the Bible identifies itself as "the revelation of Jesus Christ", and its author is designated "his servant John" who was exiled to the Greek island of Patmos because of his faith. Traditionally, John is identified with the author of the Fourth Gospel. Addressed to seven historical churches in Asia Minor, the Book of Revelation was written to warn against spiritual indifference and to elicit courage under persecution. Because of the extensive use of symbolism and picturesque imagery, its interpretation has posed many problem for the student of the Bible. While recognizing the historical situation (Roman persecution) that elicited this writing, many interpreters look upon it as a prophecy depicting events that were to take place at the end of the age. The ultimate victory of Christ is the dominant theme of this book.
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