Power in Prayer (Revelation 8:1-6)

Phillip Kayser, PhD, June 12, 2016
Part of the Revelation series, preached at a Sermon service

This sermon focuses on the subject of corporate prayer and its place in God's sovereign plan. It also deals with a very specific kind of prayer - the covenant lawsuit brought against Israel and Rome by the early church. As such it has a lot to teach the modern persecuted church. The church is not helpless before its persecutors since it has access to the Judge of the universe. Where there is faith to engage in imprecatory prayers, the same awesome power that was unleashed in the judgments of Revelation 8 can be unleashed once again in our own day.

Tags: angel, battle, cherubim, Ezekiel, Graham Kendrik, Hegesippus, holy war, imprecations, incense, Josephus, judgment, Partial Preterism, Prayer, revelation, Sepher Yosippon, silence, sovereignty, Tacitus, temple, trumpets

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