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  1. The Empire - (The Beast of Revelation is the embodiment of the ancient power that has been stalking the saints since the fall of Adam) - {PDF Copy}
  2. God Grants Political Power - (God gave the kingdom of Judah into the hands of Nebuchadnezzar, but He also equipped Daniel and his companions for service in the court of Babylon) - {PDF Copy}
  3. Fleeting Power - (In the end, only God’s kingdom will prevail and endure. All other political powers are transitory, and already they are passing away) - {PDF Copy}
  4. Cross or Club? - (When offered by Satan, Jesus refused the political power of Rome. So, why do we insist on embracing what he rejected?) - {PDF Copy}
  5. His Kingdom - (The political order inaugurated by Jesus is the Kingdom of God, and it bears little resemblance to the political systems of this world) - {PDF Copy}
  6. My Rights or His Cross - (To follow Jesus necessitates a life of self-denial, a willingness to suffer persecution for him, and to selflessly serve others)- {PDF Copy}
  7. The City on a Hill - (Contrary to the claims of politicians, and far too many church leaders, Jesus is the only light on a hill that illuminates this dark world)- {PDF Copy}
  8. Politicians Get a Free Pass - (Why do church leaders excuse lying, adultery, and other serious sins when committed by their political allies?) - {PDF Copy}
  9. Kings and Emperors - (God allows evil rulers to govern nations and uses them to accomplish His purposes, and He summons believers to show them due respect) - {PDF Copy}
  10. The Grand Conspiracy - (The conspiracy by the earth’s kings to unseat God’s Son is applied by the New Testament to the plot to destroy Jesus – Psalm 2:1-6) - {PDF Copy}
  11. The Empire's War - (In Revelation, the language of war is used metaphorically to describe the persecution of believers by the Beast from the Sea) - {PDF Copy}


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