The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

The several signs of Jesus’ return, mentioned in the book of Revelation, were seen at different stages in the last few centuries. However, we are currently living in a time where these same events are happening all at once.

Signs such as intense heat and cold, tsunamis, earthquakes and other phenomena do nothing more than prove what has long been announced by the Lord Jesus: our days on the planet are numbered.

The book of Revelation in the Bible is one of the books that is the least read in churches, however it’s important that we understand its contents as it prepares us for everything going on around us.

Are you aware of the link between what is happening in the world today and the prophecies found in the word of God? Maybe, like many others, you also find it hard to understand the book of Revelation and tend to stay away from it.

That’s why we will be commencing a new 4-week series in all our Universal Churches in Ireland, “The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse”. To learn more about how the ongoing events link to the imminent return of the Lord Jesus.

In this series we will explore the book of Revelation, more specifically the four horsemen. During these meetings, you will not only receive an enlightening message about each of the horsemen, but you will also have the opportunity to reconcile or draw closer to God, no matter where you currently stand in your relationship with Him.

To make the most of these meetings, bring your paper Bible and a notebook with you, so you can follow along with us and make notes. If you can, arrive at least 15 minutes before the service, avoid arriving late, so that you can receive the full blessing.

Above all, do not miss this exhilarating opportunity to develop from within, as these weekly services are an investment in your soul. The main service is at 7:30pm, but if you cannot attend at this time due to work or another commitment, you can attend another service during the day.

Event: The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Date and Time: Wednesday 20 September – Wednesday 11 September at 7:30pm (also at 7am, 10am & 3pm)
Location: At your local Universal Church

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