April 20, 2024 – 04/20/2024
4 – Creation and Things That Are Made
20 – Waiting & Expectancy

Romans 4:20 (NKJV): He did not waver at the promise of God through unbelief, but was strengthened in faith, giving glory to God.


Years ago I taught a sermon series called Jesus Unveiled, where I talked about the power of Apocalypse. The word Apocalypse has been butchered in our generation to mean the very worst thing that could happen.  I remember when Big Tex caught on fire at the State Fair back in October of 2012. We all joked about it and claimed it was the ultimate harbinger of evil screaming, “Zombie Apocalypse!” on the graphics we used.

Well, that’s not what apocalypse means. Apocalypse is how we actually see Jesus. The word is translated Revelation and it actually interprets as Unveiling. It’s that light bulb moment or that supernatural bombshell that happens when God shows us something amazing. Some people refer to it as a moment of clarity, others would call it an epiphany. A thought, an understanding that comes from heaven and changes everything. 

Sometimes it’s as powerful as a lightning bolt and sometimes as soft as a whisper, but it’s always profoundly personal. That’s God. That’s personal revelation. That’s exactly what Abraham experienced and what Romans 4:20 talks about. 

It’s Jesus showing up, throwing his arms out, and saying, “Tada!” The Bible says that if we seek Him we will find Him, and I want to encourage you to go after the heart of Jesus Himself because the best thing that could happen is for you and I to have an apocalypse now.

Declaration: The veil has been removed. I have full access to God the Father and to the Lord Jesus Christ. I am empowered by the indwelling of the Holy Spirit! I hear and recognize the voice of the Good Shepherd and a stranger’s voice I will not follow! In Jesus’ name, amen!