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The Sixth Trumpet: The Release of the Four Angels

Title: The Sixth Trumpet: The Release of the Four Angels

Welcome seniors, to today’s lesson on the book of Revelation. Today, we will be focusing on Revelation 9:13-21, which is the account of the sixth trumpet and the release of the four angels. This passage can be difficult to understand, but we will seek to gain a deeper insight into its meaning and what it means for us as followers of Christ.

Exploring the Passage:
Revelation 9:13-21 describes the release of the four angels who are bound at the great river Euphrates. These angels have been prepared for a specific hour, day, month, and year to kill a third of mankind. They lead an army of 200 million mounted troops, and their power is in their mouths and in their tails. The description of these angels and their destructive power can be unsettling, but it serves as a sobering reminder of the consequences of sin and the reality of God’s judgment.

Application to Our Lives:
As seniors, we have likely experienced many trials and challenges throughout our lives. We may have witnessed the consequences of sin and the devastation it can bring. This passage serves as a reminder of the importance of living in obedience to God and the reality of his judgment. It also serves as a call to intercede for those who have not yet come to know Christ, as we do not desire to see anyone face the ultimate consequence of eternal separation from God.

This passage also reminds us of the significance of sharing the hope of the Gospel with others. As followers of Christ, we have the privilege and responsibility of proclaiming the good news of salvation through Jesus Christ. Let us not grow weary in doing so, but rather be diligent in our efforts to reach those who are still lost.

Encouragement and Prayer:
As we reflect on this passage, let us be encouraged by the promise of God’s ultimate victory and the hope that we have in Christ. Let us also commit to being faithful witnesses of the Gospel, knowing that our labor in the Lord is not in vain. Let us also lift up in prayer those who have yet to come to know Christ, asking for God’s mercy and grace to be poured out on them.

As we conclude our lesson, let us take to heart the sobering reminder of God’s judgment and the urgency of sharing the hope of the Gospel. Let us continue to seek God’s guidance and strength as we walk in obedience and faithfully proclaim the good news to those around us. May we be vessels of his love and grace, shining the light of Christ in a world that desperately needs it. Thank you for joining me in this reflection on Revelation 9:13-21, and may God bless you richly.

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Possible Viewpont: Anglican Christian


-Revelation 9:13-21

Questions for Lesson

1. How does the release of the four angels in Revelation 9:13-21 impact your understanding of the end times and the book of Revelation as a whole?
2. What role do you believe the four angels play in fulfilling God’s overall plan for salvation and judgment?
3. How can the imagery in Revelation 9:13-21, such as the horses and their riders, help us to better understand the spiritual warfare we face in our own lives?
4. In what ways do you see the consequences described in Revelation 9:13-21 reflected in the world today, and how can we respond as faithful Anglican Christians?
5. What do you think the significance of the time frame in Revelation 9:15 (“for an hour and a day and a month and a year”) may be, and how does it shape your interpretation of the passage?
6. True or False: The release of the four angels in Revelation 9:13-21 is a sign that God’s judgment is looming over the unrepentant.

Worship Music for Lesson

1. “Lo! He comes with clouds descending” by Charles Wesley
2. “Hail, thou once-despised Jesus” by John Bakewell
3. “O for a thousand tongues to sing” by Charles Wesley
4. “Guide me, O thou great Jehovah” by William Williams

Object Lesson

Props needed:
– A small toy trumpet
– Four small plastic or paper cutout angels
– A Bible or printout of Revelation 9:13-21
– A cloth or tablecloth

How to present the illustration:
1. Begin by displaying the small toy trumpet and the four angels on a table covered with the cloth or tablecloth. Invite the seniors to gather around and pique their interest by asking if they remember hearing about the seven trumpets in the book of Revelation.

2. Read Revelation 9:13-21 from the Bible or printout, emphasizing the description of the sixth trumpet and the release of the four angels.

3. Explain that the sixth trumpet signals a time of great tribulation and the release of the four angels who are bound at the Euphrates River. Use the toy trumpet to demonstrate the sounding of the trumpet and the release of the angels.

4. As you discuss the passage, encourage the seniors to reflect on the significance of the four angels being released and the impact it may have on the world. Emphasize the importance of being spiritually prepared and turning to God in times of trouble.

5. Conclude the illustration by inviting the seniors to ask any questions or share their thoughts on the topic. Encourage them to continue studying the book of Revelation and to seek understanding through prayer and further exploration of the Bible.


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