This past weekend at Eastbrook Church I concluded our series on prayer, “Great Prayers of the Bible“, by looking at two significant themes on prayer from the book of Revelation. The entire message was built around the idea of praying with the end state of prayer in mind. Basically, if we want to “begin with the end in mind,” what might that mean in the domain of prayer as we live daily toward the end state of prayer as depicted in the book of Revelation.
This has been a wonderful series throughout our Summer of Prayer at Eastbrook, and I’d encourage you to return to some of the earlier messages if you did not have the chance to view them. You can view this message video and the sermon outline below. You can follow the entire series at our web-site, through the Eastbrook app, or through our audio podcast.
“After this I heard what sounded like the roar of a great multitude in heaven shouting:
‘Hallelujah! Salvation and glory and power belong to our God,
for true and just are his judgments.’” (Revelation 19:1-2)
Prayer as Seen from the Other Side (Revelation 8:1-5)
God hearing our prayers
Prayer That Never Ends (Revelation 4:1-11; 5:8-14; 7:11-17; 12:10-12; 15:1-5; 19:1-8; 22:20-21)
Prayer as the framework of Revelation
Prayer that never ends in Revelation (5:8-14)
The final word of Revelation (22:20-21)