Sometimes it is better to miss something than make it. Robert Corrigan of Clam Point, Massachusetts discovered this when he overslept and missed his flight to LA. He arrived at the departure gate just as his plane was pushing back. An hour later, he was still at the airport, waiting for a standby flight, when he saw the news that his flight, United #175, had crashed into the South Tower of the World Trade Center. Missing that flight saved his life.
Revelation 15 unfolds the final chapter of the drama of redemption. The saved and sealed sing of the mercy and grace of God, even as a righteous and holy God sets the stage for His wrath to be poured out against a warned world. Scripture says that we are all, by nature, children of wrath. But only through faith in Christ, will we become children of the King and escape the wrath to come. What about you? Are you still a child of wrath? Are seven bowls in your future? Or will you miss out – miss out on unrepentance, on wrath, on judgement, and on eternal death. Some things are better to miss than to make. Join us as we examine Revelation 15:1-8 and consider the great joy of missing out on the righteous and holy judgement of God.