EVERYDAY APOCALYPSE – Grace-Filled Living in the Last Days

Larry Lichtenwalter

OVERVIEW

John's Apocalypse is a revealing of Jesus Christ, and it was written not just for the end, but for our everyday life in view of last things. It forces us to consider moral issues that might not otherwise make it onto our religious agenda.

Discover how things like character and choice, values and integrity, fidelity and truthfulness, conduct and confession are part of this revelation. Experience insights into grace-filled living that is truly worship and in harmony with the life to come.

ABOUT Larry Lichtenwalter

Larry Lichtenwalter, Ph.D. served as Dean of Philosophy and Theology and Director of the Institute of Islamic and Arabic Studies at the Middle East University in Beirut, Lebanon and was recently appointed president of the university. His passion for souls and his memorization of Scripture is demonstrated in his speaking and in his books: Well-Driven Nails; Out of the Pit: Joseph's Story and Yours; Behind the Seen: God's Hand in Esther's Life and Yours; Wrestling with Angels: In the Grip of Jacob's God; and David: A Heart Like His, The Shepherd Years.

SERIES INFO

1. WHEN NO ONE SEES
Character matters in the Apocalypse. Choice, value, and action blend together to make us who we are when no one sees but God–our being and our doing, the “habits of our heart.”

2. YES AND NO, THIS OR THAT
The Apocalypse is a book about moral and spiritual choice. It helps us understand the eternal results of our choices. At the heart of the Great Controversy is “choice” that defines our persons and expresses our values.

3. WWJD–WHAT WOULD JESUS DO?
The Apocalypse unfolds the moral power of the “slain Lamb’s” self-sacrificng life. Those who follow the Lamb are like Him (and His Father) in thought and action,overcoming as He overcame.

4. THE CONVENANTED SELF
In an age of broken relationship, alienation,shifting and undependable loyalties, the Apocalypse highlights God’s gracious covenant relationship with humanity. God not only keeps His promises, but calls us to be promise-keeping people.d

5. LIVING IN FICTION OR REALITY?
The Apocalypse confirms that truth matters–both doctrinal truth and moral truth. No lie is found in the mouth of those who follow the Lamb

6. WE HAVE ONLY OUR BODIES
“Worship God” is the Apocalypse’s dominating theme, vision, passion, and solemn appeal. Our confession,character, and conduct merge together to become our “way of being in the world.”

7. WHY? AND HOW LONG? CONNECTING THE DOTS . . .
Revelation candidly unfolds moral issues with which we often struggle. The reality of evil, the brokenness of our fallen world, as well as our own fallen human nature brings a complexity to the moral choices and response we face.

8. FACING THE FUTURE BEFORE THE END
When we are defeated by life and are filled with shame and guilt, Revelation promises hope of seeing the face of God. Like bookends, grace both begins and ends the book.
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DATE ADDED: February 14, 2014 TOPICS: Books of the Bible Studies, Ethics/Morality SKU: LL-1L
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