by Richard Coble
“It is important to know what Revelation actually says, and why it was actually written, because its obscurity and its stark images are so easily appropriated, misused, and abused. As we heard last week, in our practice of Lectio Divina, many of our experiences with the book have been when it was abused by people saying who is in and who is out, who belongs and who does not. And usually that means marginalizing those already pushed to the margins by our society and the church.
But in reality, if it is anything, the book of Revelation was intended to be good news for those pushed to the margins.”
Watch the full GCPC service on 5/15/22 here
(Scripture and sermon begin at 29:20)