As we come to the end of the series of judgments concluding with the seven bowls of God’s fury in Revelation 16, we notice another transition that occurs beginning with Chapter 12 of Revelation.
As we continue our study of Revelation, we have observed a series of three sets of progressive judgments involving seven seal-openings, seven trumpets and finally seven bowls of God’s wrath.
In the central section of Revelation there is an extended narrative involving a parallel series of three sets of progressive judgments;
As we have already seen, Revelation was primarily written for the encouragement and consolation of those experiencing suffering and persecutions.
As mentioned previously, the book of Revelation can be organized around successive images of Jesus Christ:
In our continuing study of Revelation, we catch a glimpse of the life of the early church reflected in John’s letters to the seven churches of Asia.
This article introduces a new series on the Book of Revelation
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, The state of Missouri has executed five individuals in the last five months.
Unless you have been living under a rock you must be aware of the recent debate in our society regarding the meaning of the institution of marriage.
Today many people think that promising love forever is impossible because they no longer have the reference point of God’s beautiful plan for marriage and family.