Revelation

The Triumph Of The Gospel

Revelation 14
God is making all things new. The good news of Jesus defines us, unites us, makes us who we are. It is so momentous, so valuable so foundational, so transformative that whole world views needs to be dismantled and rebuilt around person and achievements of Jesus Christ.
Preacher: Geoff Cook.

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  • Jesus Revealed

    Jesus Revealed

    Revelation 1 John in exile thinks about the churches under persecution back home and, when praying for them on the Lord’s day, hears a voice behind him. God is bringing comfort to his people, the central vision of the Lord Jesus standing in majesty. Preached by Geoff Cook on 9 February 2014 as part of…

  • Letters From The King

    Letters From The King

    Revelation 2:1-3:22 A believing community is the context for the life of faith. Jesus is perfect and glorified and good, and the church is a work in progress. Preached by Geoff Cook on 16 February 2014 as part of the Revelation of Jesus series.

  • The Heart Of Worship

    The Heart Of Worship

    Revelation 4 & Revelation 5 Christian worship is a conviction that we are in the presence of God, an act of attention to the living God who rules, speaks and reveals, creates and redeems orders and blesses. Preached by Geoff Cook on 23 February 2014 as part of the Revelation of Jesus series.

  • The Scrolls Of Destiny

    The Scrolls Of Destiny

    Revelation 6 & Revelation 7 These and the following chapters of Revelation are not what we want to hear, just as the news from the doctor may not be what we want to hear. But it is what we must hear if the world is to be healed. Preached by Geoff Cook on 16 March…

  • The Sound Of Trumpets

    The Sound Of Trumpets

    Revelation 8 & Revelation 9 Revelation shows us, in vivid graphic detail, that the only way to understand the judgement of God is when we come to terms with how real and ugly evil is and what untold havoc and fear it causes in this good and beautiful world that God has made. Preached by…

  • Take Courage

    Take Courage

    Revelation 10 & Revelation 11 Throughout the book of Revelation, the call of God’s people is to bear faithful witness to Jesus, even though it will mean suffering, and quite possibly a shameful death. Preached by Geoff Cook on 30 March 2014 as part of the Revelation of Jesus series.

  • The Woman And The Dragon

    The Woman And The Dragon

    Revelation 12 This is cosmic drama. This is Christmas from a heavenly perspective. John wants to assure his readers that if you remain faithful to Jesus it will cost you, but you will be protected and you will receive the crown of life. Preached by Geoff Cook on 27 April 2014 as part of the…

  • The Two Beasts

    The Two Beasts

    Revelation 13 John’s aim is to alert his fellow persecuted believers that behind Rome’s grandeur, behind the appeal of every secular ideology of whatever century, lurks a beast that is essentially anti-god. But do not be deceived – evil will not go on for ever. Preached by Geoff Cook on 11 May 2014 as part…

  • The Triumph Of The Gospel

    The Triumph Of The Gospel

    Revelation 14 God is making all things new. The good news of Jesus defines us, unites us, makes us who we are. It is so momentous, so valuable so foundational, so transformative that whole world views needs to be dismantled and rebuilt around person and achievements of Jesus Christ. Preached by Geoff Cook on 18…

  • The Seven Bowls

    The Seven Bowls

    Revelation 15 & Revelation 16 We are homing in on the greatest showdown of them all. It is time, now, for the destroyers to be destroyed. God will let evil take its course and bring its own nemesis; and, at a moment which only he is in any position to judge, he will bring the…

  • Downfall Of The City

    Downfall Of The City

    Revelation 17 & Revelation 18 A tale of two cities, contrasting this present world and the new spiritual city, in order to show the true reality of the present and the reality of the future. Poetic symbolism helps us to reimagine the world we live in and its future. Preached by Geoff Cook on 8…

  • Hallelujah! The Lord Reigns

    Hallelujah! The Lord Reigns

    Revelation 19 John is once again transported into heaven and in his vision, emerging from the dark shadows is the exquisite beauty of an age to come – the beginning of the final outcome of human history.  Preached by Geoff Cook on 15 June 2014 as part of the Revelation of Jesus series.

  • Reigning With Christ

    Reigning With Christ

    Revelation 20 There are things in this world that cannot be in the new world that God is in the business of creating if that new world is to be all that he promised it will be. In God’s kingdom of justice and joy there is no space for certain acts and attitudes, nor anyone…

  • All Things Made New

    All Things Made New

    Revelation 21 & Revelation 22 What we have here is the utter transformation of heaven and earth by means of God abolishing, from within both heaven and earth, everything that has to do with the horrible, disgusting and tragic effects of human sin. Preached by Geoff Cook on 13 July 2014 as part of the…

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Rev Geoff Cook is the Minister of FBC.

  • Reforming the People

    Reforming the People

    Nehemiah 13 Any church will enter into spiritual entropy and decline when it loses its passion for Jesus. As we look to the future, we must ask God to give us a renewed vision of himself, and a renewed vision of what it means to be his church here in Faversham. Preached by Geoff Cook…

  • Recommitting to the Lord

    Recommitting to the Lord

    Nehemiah 9:1-12:47 The first few chapters of Nehemiah are just about the building of a wall, but the wall was not the ultimate dream. The grand scheme was for the nation to respond to God’s Word, repent, and restore their relationship with him. Preached by Geoff Cook on 14 January 2024.

  • Reading the Word

    Reading the Word

    Nehemiah 7:73b-8:18 The critical importance of the Word of God for the Christian believer. What does God want to say to you today? What does God want to say to us today? Preached by Geoff Cook on 19 November 2023.

  • Reorganising The Team

    Reorganising The Team

    Nehemiah 7:1-73 What mattered to Nehemiah was what mattered to God. What has God put into your heart? Preached by Geoff Cook on 12 November 2023.

  • Responding To Trouble

    Responding To Trouble

    Nehemiah 4:1-6:19 When playing our part in the coming of God’s kingdom we will inevitably face trouble and opposition. But God uses these things to build something far more important than a wall: faith. Preached by Geoff Cook on 29 October 2023.

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  • Reforming the People

    Reforming the People

    Nehemiah 13 Any church will enter into spiritual entropy and decline when it loses its passion for Jesus. As we look to the future, we must ask God to give us a renewed vision of himself, and a renewed vision of what it means to be his church here in Faversham. Preached by Geoff Cook…

  • Recommitting to the Lord

    Recommitting to the Lord

    Nehemiah 9:1-12:47 The first few chapters of Nehemiah are just about the building of a wall, but the wall was not the ultimate dream. The grand scheme was for the nation to respond to God’s Word, repent, and restore their relationship with him. Preached by Geoff Cook on 14 January 2024.

  • Reading the Word

    Reading the Word

    Nehemiah 7:73b-8:18 The critical importance of the Word of God for the Christian believer. What does God want to say to you today? What does God want to say to us today? Preached by Geoff Cook on 19 November 2023.

  • Reorganising The Team

    Reorganising The Team

    Nehemiah 7:1-73 What mattered to Nehemiah was what mattered to God. What has God put into your heart? Preached by Geoff Cook on 12 November 2023.

  • Responding To Trouble

    Responding To Trouble

    Nehemiah 4:1-6:19 When playing our part in the coming of God’s kingdom we will inevitably face trouble and opposition. But God uses these things to build something far more important than a wall: faith. Preached by Geoff Cook on 29 October 2023.

  • Rebuilding The Walls

    Rebuilding The Walls

    Nehemiah 3:1-32 It’s not just rebuilding a wall. It’s dozens and dozens of people doing their little bit of the wall as well as they know how, to the glory of God. That’s how the purposes of God come about. Preached by Geoff Cook on 22 October 2023.

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2022

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2019

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The book of James offers practical help for living God’s way in God’s world.

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Malachi’s mandate was to call the people back to a vibrant relationship with the living Lord. Their problem, like ours often is, was not ignorance, but indifference.

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God gives us a new start, forgiven and free.

2018

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2017

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2016

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2015

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Mark tells us the stories of Jesus, inspiring us to turn and follow.

2014

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Revelation of Jesus

Exploring the revelation of Jesus to John.

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2013

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