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The Sealing of the 144,000

Title: The Sealing of the 144,000

Opening Prayer: Dear Heavenly Father, as we dive into the Book of Revelation, we ask for your wisdom and understanding to guide us. Open our hearts and minds to receive your message and apply it to our lives. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

In the Book of Revelation, John shares a vision he had of the end times, and in chapters 7 and 8, we see the sealing of the 144,000 from the twelve tribes of Israel. This event signifies God’s protection and preservation of His people during a time of great tribulation. Today, we will explore this passage and discuss its significance for our lives as seniors.

The sealing of the 144,000 serves as a reminder of God’s faithfulness to His people. In the midst of chaos and uncertainty, God’s promise to protect and preserve those who belong to Him stands firm. As seniors, we may face our own trials and tribulations, whether it be health challenges, loss of loved ones, or feelings of loneliness. It’s important for us to remember that God is always with us, and His protection extends to every aspect of our lives.

Furthermore, the sealing of the 144,000 highlights the importance of belonging to God’s family. Just as the 144,000 were sealed as God’s own, we too are called to be part of His family through faith in Jesus Christ. As seniors, we have the opportunity to mentor and disciple others, showing them the way to a relationship with God. Our lives can serve as a testimony to God’s faithfulness and the security found in belonging to Him.

Moreover, the vision of the 144,000 reminds us of the importance of perseverance. In the face of trials and persecution, the 144,000 remained faithful to God. As seniors, we can draw strength from their example and continue to stand firm in our faith, trusting in God’s ultimate victory over all evil and suffering.

The sealing of the 144,000 serves as a powerful reminder of God’s faithfulness, the importance of belonging to His family, and the call to persevere in our faith. As seniors, let us take comfort in the promises of God and continue to live out our faith with confidence and conviction. May we always remember that we are sealed by the Holy Spirit as God’s own, and nothing can separate us from His love. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

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Possible Viewpont: Anglican Christian


Revelation 7:3-4
Revelation 14:1-5

Questions for Lesson

1. How has your understanding of the sealing of the 144,000 in Revelation 7 and 8 impacted your faith journey as an Anglican Christian senior?
2. What do you believe is the significance of the number 144,000 in the book of Revelation, and how does it relate to your beliefs as an Anglican Christian?
3. In what ways do the events described in Revelation 7 and 8 reflect the themes of God’s protection and provision for His people, and how do these themes resonate with you as a senior in the Anglican Christian community?
4. What is the importance of the seal of God for believers, as described in Revelation 7 and 8, and how does it shape your perspective on your own faith and relationship with God as a senior Anglican Christian?
5. Quiz question: According to Revelation 7 and 8, how are the 144,000 believers described as being protected by God during the end times?
6. Quiz question: How does the imagery of the sealing of the 144,000 in Revelation 7 and 8 connect to the broader themes of spiritual warfare and God’s ultimate victory over evil in the Anglican Christian faith?

Worship Music for Lesson

1. “Be Thou My Vision”
2. “Great is Thy Faithfulness”
3. “In Christ Alone”
4. “Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah”

Object Lesson

Title: The Sealing of the 144,000 – A Senior’s Perspective

– A box of puzzle pieces
– A large puzzle board
– A set of 144,000 small stickers or stamps
– A picture of a senior individual


1. Begin by showing the box of puzzle pieces to the audience and explain that the puzzle represents the plan of God in the book of Revelation.

2. Assemble the puzzle board in front of the audience, but leave one section of the puzzle unfinished.

3. Explain that in Revelation 7, we learn about the sealing of the 144,000 servants of God. To illustrate this, have a picture of a senior individual placed on the unfinished section of the puzzle.

4. Hold up the set of 144,000 small stickers or stamps and explain that each of these represents one of the 144,000 servants who are sealed by God.

5. Invite a senior individual from the audience to come forward and help place the stickers or stamps on the picture to represent the sealing of the 144,000.

6. As the stickers or stamps are placed on the picture, explain the significance of the sealing and how it represents the protection and special relationship that God has with His chosen servants.

7. Once all 144,000 stickers or stamps are placed, step back and admire the completed puzzle board, showing how the senior individual is now surrounded by the sealed servants of God.

8. Conclude by emphasizing the importance of seniors in the plan of God and how they too can be part of the sealed group by faithfully following and serving Him.

By using this visual illustration with the props and involving the audience, seniors will have a clearer understanding of the sealing of the 144,000 and its relevance to them as part of God’s plan.


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