A Study Of The Book Of Revelation
Radio Bible Class Online by Dr. Max D. Younce
Revelation 1:7, “Behold, he cometh with clouds; and every eye shall see him, and they also which pierced him: and all kindreds of the earth shall wail because of him. Even so, Amen.”
Revelation Study by Dr. Max D. Younce—Chapter 1-12
Revelation, Chapter 13
Revelation, Chapter 13 - Continued
Revelation, Chapter 13 - Continued
Revelation, Chapter 14:1-6
Revelation, Chapter 14:7-13
Revelation, Chapter 14:14-20
Revelation, Chapter 15
Revelation, Chapter 16:1-4
Revelation, Chapter 16:5-9
Revelation, Chapter 16:10-21
Revelation, Chapter 17:1
Revelation, Chapter 17:2-6
Revelation, Chapter 17:7-17
Revelation, Chapter 18
Revelation, Chapter 19:1-4
Revelation, Chapter 19:7-9
Revelation, Chapter 19:10-21
Revelation, Chapter 20:1-3
Revelation, Chapter 20:4-9
Revelation, Chapter 20:9-11
Revelation, Chapter 20:12-13
Revelation, Chapter 20:14,15
Revelation, Chapter 21:1-8
Revelation, Chapter 21:10-24
Revelation, Chapter 21:25 to 22:21
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The Awesome Prophetic Book Of Revelation
By David J. Stewart
Revelation 19:10, “And I fell at his feet to worship him. And he said unto me, See thou do it not: I am thy fellowservant, and of thy brethren that have the testimony of Jesus: worship God: for the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy.”
I listened earnestly on the edge of my chair to Pastor Younce's awesome Bible study on Revelation. The following notes are from the introduction to Revelation (part one, sermon #177).
There are 4 common methods of interpretation concerning the Biblical book of Revelation:
The preterist (meaning past) view - Errantly claims that Revelation was all fulfilled by the end of the 1st century. John mentions prophecy seven times in Revelation.
The historical view - Errantly claims that Revelation is not literal, attempting to find secular events in history to explain away the literal value of the prophecies in Revelation.
The spiritual view - Falsely claims that the teachings in Revelation are merely symbolic of the conflict between good and evil and are not literal.
The futurist view - This is the correct and Biblical view, which believes that the book of Revelation is literal prophecy.
In his wonderful introduction to Revelation (mp3 study #177), Dr. Younce states, “If Revelation is not to be interpreted as prophecy, then God has not given us a book in the New Testament to explain the future of the world, the course of history and the victory of the Church, the judgment of sin and the fulfillment of the prophecies and the promises found in the Old Testament (and that would be unthinkable). No, the book of Revelation is that book. And the student who reverently approaches this book as a prophecy of events (that will transpire after the Church is caught away) will be rewarded.” Amen, that's good stuff!
Let's Study The Revelation (by Dr. Jack Hyles, 1926-2001)
John 5:39, “Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me.”
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Revelation 17:3, “...and I saw a woman sit upon a scarlet coloured beast, full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns.”
In the absence of Light, darkness prevails!
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