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The Triumph of Christ in the Final Days

Title: The Triumph of Christ in the Final Days

As seniors, we have experienced many ups and downs in life, but one thing remains constant – the hope and assurance we have in Christ. Today, we will explore Revelation 11:15-19 and reflect on the triumph of Christ in the final days.

Scripture Reading:
Revelation 11:15-19 (NIV)
15 The seventh angel sounded his trumpet, and there were loud voices in heaven, which said: “The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Messiah, and he will reign for ever and ever.”
16 And the twenty-four elders, who were seated on their thrones before God, fell on their faces and worshiped God, 17saying:
“We give thanks to you, Lord God Almighty,
the One who is and who was,
because you have taken your great power
and have begun to reign.
18 The nations were angry,
and your wrath has come.
The time has come for judging the dead,
and for rewarding your servants the prophets
and your people who revere your name,
both great and small—
and for destroying those who destroy the earth.”
19 Then God’s temple in heaven was opened, and within his temple was seen the ark of his covenant. And there came flashes of lightning, rumblings, peals of thunder, an earthquake and a severe hailstorm.

In this passage, we see the culmination of God’s plan for the world. The seventh trumpet brings about the declaration that the kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Messiah. This signals the ultimate triumph of Christ over all the powers and authorities in the world. The elders worship and give thanks to God for taking his great power and beginning to reign. This passage also speaks of judgment, reward for God’s servants, and the ultimate destruction of those who destroy the earth.

As seniors, we may sometimes feel overwhelmed by the challenges we face in our personal lives and in the world around us. However, the triumph of Christ in the final days reminds us that God is ultimately in control. We can take comfort in the fact that no matter what happens, Christ will reign forever and ever. This should encourage us to remain steadfast in our faith and continue serving God faithfully, knowing that our labor in the Lord is not in vain.

As we reflect on the triumph of Christ in the final days, let us be filled with hope and confidence in the ultimate victory that is yet to come. Let us continue to worship and give thanks to God for his sovereignty and power. May we find strength in knowing that Christ will reign forever and ever, and may we live our lives in anticipation of his glorious return. Amen.

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Possible Viewpont: Anglican Christian


1 Thessalonians 4:16-17
Revelation 19:11-16
Matthew 24:30
Philippians 2:9-11
Revelation 11:15
1 Corinthians 15:52-53
2 Thessalonians 1:7-10

Questions for Lesson

1. How does the message of Revelation 11:15-19 shape your understanding of Christ’s triumph in the final days?
2. In what ways does the imagery of Revelation 11:15-19 inspire hope and reassurance in your life as a senior?
3. How do you see the themes of redemption and restoration reflected in Revelation 11:15-19 and how do they apply to your faith journey as a senior?
4. What does Revelation 11:15-19 teach us about the ultimate victory of Christ over all powers and authorities?
5. How does the message of Revelation 11:15-19 encourage you to persevere and remain faithful as a senior within the Anglican Christian tradition?
6. What insights does Revelation 11:15-19 offer about the worship and praise of God in the final days, and how can this inspire you in your daily walk with Christ as a senior?

Worship Music for Lesson

1. “Crown Him with Many Crowns” by Matthew Bridges
2. “In Christ Alone” by Keith Getty and Stuart Townend
3. “All Glory, Laud, and Honor” by St. Theodulph of Orleans
4. “Thine Be the Glory” by Edmond L. Budry

Object Lesson

– A crown
– A scepter
– A white robe
– A globe or world map
– A scroll or book representing the book of Revelation
– A trumpet

To teach seniors about ‘The Triumph of Christ in the Final Days’ using props, you can begin by holding up the crown, scepter, and white robe, explaining that they represent the authority and victory of Christ as described in Revelation 11:15-19. Then, present the globe or world map, emphasizing that Christ’s triumph is not just for a specific group of people, but for the whole world.

Next, hold up the scroll or book representing the book of Revelation, and explain that this passage speaks about the final days when Christ will reign forever. You can highlight the imagery of the trumpet, symbolizing the sound of victory and the return of Christ.

As you present these props, you can share the message of hope and assurance that Christ’s ultimate triumph over evil and his eternal reign brings to seniors, reminding them of the promise of a glorious future with the Lord. This visual and tactile illustration will help seniors to understand and remember the Triumph of Christ in the Final Days as described in Revelation 11:15-19.


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