Is the Jesus of Revelation Wrathful?

Is the Jesus of Revelation Wrathful?

In the second coming of Jesus, will he turn with wrath? Will he come as a roaring lion, ready to put on his display all of his anger, power, and might? What does the Jesus revealed in Revelation look like?

This is a short clip that addresses these questions. If you want to watch the entire sermon, click here.

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