The Bible contains many prophecies and its a very important part of scriptyure. This talk is an introduction to some of the key prophecies.
The letters in chapters 2 and 3 are to the seven churches in Revelations about the same age as us…
Ephesus : faithful but not passionate
Smyrna : persecuted but faithful; and Pergamos : loyal but compromised.
Thyatira: passionate but not faithful; and Sardis: looking great but really dead.
Philadelphia : faithful despite being small and weak; Laodicea : ignorant and lukewarm.
Summarising all the previous messages on these churches.
On the Jewish feast day of Pentecost, Jesus’ disciples were filled with the Holy Ghost.
As in the early Christian Church, the Revival Fellowship baptises people by full immersion in water.
The Bible records an experience that empowers and changes people’s lives. It is called the baptism or infilling of the Holy Spirit. The book of Acts contains many accounts of people being filled with the Holy Spirit, and speaking in tongues.
Speaking in tongues is the sound heard when someone is filled with the Holy Spirit. It is the initial external evidence of being filled with the Holy Spirit.
God is a healing God. He wants to restore people and make them whole. Healing has been one of God’s promises throughout all of mankind’s existence.