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A Familiar Exposition Of The Revelation Of Jesus Christ
Commentary Revelation of Jesus Christ - Comment - I have scanned several sections of this page work and found it to be a lucid, literalistic interpretation. It is well-reasoned and not sensationalistic and therefore is recommended to supplement your study of the great Revelation of Jesus Christ. An Exposition of the Book of Revelation. I. The PERSON of Jesus Christ — Christ in glory, Chapter 1. A. Title of the Book, v. 1. B. Method of revelation, v. 2. C. Beatitude of Bible study, v. 3. D. Greetings from John the writer, and from Jesus Christ in heaven, vv. E. The post-incarnate Christ in a glorified body, judging His church (the great High Priest in the Holy of Holies.
The person of Jesus Christ, the Son of God and the Redeemer, is in the centre of these future events. We see the Lord Jesus as righteous judge in chapter 1 and as the one who will soon be coming in the last chapter. But also in the course of the entire book of Revelation we see, time and again, the Lord Jesus as the one who acts. After Satan’s destruction is the final judgment of mankind, Revelation – salvation from this judgment is dependent on a person’s name being written in “the book of life” (Revelation ), which occurs by believing that Jesus Christ is both Lord (King) and Savior (cf. Acts ; Revelation ).
Be assured that your perseverance in Jesus will be rewarded with victory over the grave because Christ has died and rose from the dead. In verse 19 John is instructed by our Lord Jesus to write. Verse 19 is a very important verse because it tells us how the rest of the book is laid out for us. Yes, my reader! The 7 th Trumpet of Revelation is the same one that is referred to by Jesus in the above passage, by the saying, “ a great sound of a T rumpet ” (Matt. ). It is likely that Jesus was quoting Isaiah’s wording when he prophesied of the rapture, saying, “ the great T rumpet shall be blown ” .
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Available in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Description: The book of revelation is the last of the sixty-six books of the Bible.
As such, it is the concluding word of God and therefore occupies a special position. Whereas a blessing is attached to its reading, a curse is pronounced against anyone adding to its text—thus reflecting how very important is this book of God's word.
The Book of Revelation in the Bible is one of the more difficult books of the Bible to understand. A Testimony of Jesus Christ is a commentary that explains some of the mysteries of Revelation. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.
Video An illustration of an audio speaker. A familiar exposition of the revelation of Jesus Christ Item Preview remove-circle A familiar exposition of the revelation of Jesus Christ by Fitzgerald, John. Publication date Usage Public Domain Mark 1 Pages: The Book of Revelation (often called the Revelation to John, Apocalypse of John, the Revelation from Jesus Christ from its opening words, the Apocalypse, The Revelation, or simply Revelation) is the final book of the New Testament, and consequently is also the final book of the Christian Bible.
The Revelation of Jesus Christ Revelation of Jesus Christ: A Commentary on the Book of Revelation I had never heard of this commentary by J.B.
Smith. My friend John loaned me his copy. As I read this book I was struck by the care and research Dr. Smith gives to s: 6. VERSE BY VERSE COMMENTARY ON THE REVELATION "A TESTIMONY OF JESUS CHRIST" by Tony Garland.
Description - Garland's work is one of the best commentaries available on the book of the Revelation. Garland approaches the text from a literal perspective and also assesses the weaknesses of various non-literal interpretations.
The concluding book of the New Testament begins in the following fashion: "The revelation of Jesus Christ which God gave him to show to his servants." (a).
One of the intriguing questions discussed by scholars is the phrase "of Jesus Christ" (Iesou Christou [genitive case]). The genitive frequently is expressed in English by the preposition "of," as in this text--thus, "of. Many people struggle with the book of Revelation because it is filled with strange symbols, numbers and bizarre images of beasts and visions.
A blessing is promised (Rev ) to all who read it but it cannot be received if one is intimidated by engaging the book. book of Revelation, an undertaking made more difficult by the fact that his decisions not only color the exposition of the book itself but also in a sense constitute an interpretation of all that precedes it in the Scriptures.
Even a casual reader of the book of Revelation is impressed with the tremendous scope of its prophecies. "The revelation of Jesus Christ" ().
The magnificence of this book has often been overshadowed by the many false views put forth concerning this book. The apocalyptic language of the book has caused people to expect literal beasts, horses, etc.
to someday come upon earth. The book of Revelation is the only book in the New Testament that begins by spe- cifically stating its source, “The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave to Him and signified it by His angel to His servant John” (Rev.
The book ends with confirmations of authenticity by God, Christ and John. 1 a The b Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave unto him, to shew unto his c servants things which must d shortly come to pass; and he sent and signified it by his e angel unto his servant John: 2 Who bare record of the word of God, and of the testimony of Jesus Christ, and of all things that he saw.
What is the book of Revelation about. Find out in this expansive teaching series by Rick Vair, Ph.D. at Coral Gables Baptist Church. First, the overall context of this book is the Revelation of Jesus Christ.
Second, the passage preceding Revelation states, “And behold, I am coming quickly, and My reward is with Me, to give to every one according to his work.” This passage is a quotation of Jesus Christ. The Revelation of Jesus Christ is a book of prophecy on the end times and comprises the final book of the New Testament and of the Bible.
Written in Greek, the word for Revelation is Ἀποκάλυψις or tion always implies the unveiling of something previously hidden. The Book of Revelation provides closure to the past, a revelation of Jesus Christ at present, and a perfect fulfillment of all prophecy in the future.
This, if you only knew, is a cause for great celebration in heavenly places. On earth, however, these things go unappreciated by most; and that’s a modest portrayal of things. Fearfully, the. The book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ starts out with John, exiled on the Isle of Patmos, receiving an Angelic message and then some incredible visions that are similar to those seen by the Prophet Daniel hundreds of years earlier.
Title Unlike most books of the Bible, Revelation contains its own title: “The Revelation of Jesus Christ” (). “Revelation” (Gr., apokalupsis) means “an uncovering,” “an unveiling,” or “a dis. The entire “Christ-Centered Exposition” series seeks to magnify the glory of God with proper Christocentric exegesis of the text from Genesis 1 to Revelation Daniel Akin, president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, delivers an excellent commentary on the book of Revelation.
This verse-by-verse commentary offers a text-focused and Christ-centered approach to the book of Revelation. Appropriate for personal study and as a college and seminary text, this volume provides both in-depth notes and lay-oriented exposition for use by scholars, students, pastors, and laypeople/5(3).
Many try reading The Revelation of Jesus Christ without benefit of knowing earlier prophetic books of the Bible Daniel etc. thus making Revelation difficult to understand. The best verse by verse exposition of Revelation is by Walter Scott. I first purchased this exposition in and have referred to s: Many people struggle with the book of Revelation because it is filled with strange symbols, numbers and bizarre images of beasts and visions.
A blessing is promised (Rev ) to all who read it but it cannot be received if one is intimidated by engaging the book. The key to understanding it .