Fourteenth Century Church
Series Church History
Fourteenth Century (Revelation 17.5)
'And upon her forehead was a name written' etc.
I. 'A name'
A. What's in a name? (Matthew 1.20-21).
B. Learning from Bible names. If 'Babylon' we will not expect good.
C. Whose is this name? (17.3-4). Location and trappings disclose.
II. A City
A. Babylon was enriched by nations’ revenues Daniel 2.37-38).
B. Babylon dominated the lands within its grasp (17.15).
C. Babylon was full of idolatry and its associated uncleanness.
III. A Mother
'THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH.'
A. Her mothering.
B. Her drunkeness (Isaiah 54.1-3; Revelation 17.6).
C. Her exposure:-
John Wycliffe or Wyclif (1320-1384)
John Hus (1360-1415)
It is revealed that the nations as ungodly would destroy Babylon. (Revelation 17.16). Therefore (Acts 14.22).
|Date||Oct 22, 2017|
|Bible Text||Revelation 17:5|