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A Study of the Book of Revelation at Trinity

From Phyllis Burris
Administrative Assistant, Trinity Church

Trinity Church of Columbia will begin a new study of the Book of Revelation at 6:30pmCT this Wednesday, January 10, 2024. The pastor of Trinity, Bro. Steve Pescosolido, will be leading this study, "Topics of Revelation." The topics will include:
  • The Lukewarm Church of Laodicea
  • The Lamb and the Seven Seals
  • The Antichrist and the False Trinity
  • The Mark of the Beast
  • Armageddon: The Great War Against Israel
  • The Rapture of the Church
  • The Second Coming of Jesus
  • The New Heaven and the New Earth
If you have wondered about the symbolism, wrath and destruction, and the hope for the followers of Jesus and what these prophecies mean, you are invited to come and learn what these revelations from God are about. This study is open to anyone, believer or unbeliever, who wants to learn about the end times.

Trinity Church is located on Hwy 55 North, at 2418 Campbellsville Road.

This story was posted on 2024-01-09 21:01:29
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