Revelation III by J. Vernon McGee

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SeriesThru the Bible Commentary
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
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Open LibraryOL8099645M
ISBN 100785210660
ISBN 109780785210665
OCLC/WorldCa320196847

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This book is the first of Revelation III book kind: an innovative socio-rhetorical commentary on the Book of Revelation. Without sacrificing scholarly perspective or academic rigor, it is written to be accessible for a wide audience--including pastors, scholars, teachers, seminarians, and interested lay people/5(17).

Discusses the book, Revelation and refers to the seven spirits, holy city, the apostles, priests of the earth, Archangel Raphael, Archangel Michael, sacred light, blood of the lamb, cherubim, gates of paradise, armageddon, alpha and omega, beginning and.

Revelation?. Last book then presumably?. Huh. (Skipping Chronicles, even. 😛) I guess that does make a bit more sense than cramming three more books in, but, wow. (Maybe this is a 0, 1, &infinity; thing?) Anyway Book 3, let’s GOOOOOOO 😀.

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Revelation III: The Third Book of the Apocalypse Paperback – April 1, by S.P. Fuller (Author)Author: S.P. Fuller. Studies in Revelation Related Media. A commentary on the Book of Revelation. In the study of any book of the Bible or any topic of Scripture, a certain amount of ground work is needed for understanding, orientation, and motivation.

This is particularly so with the Book of Revelation or prophecy in general. Hampton Keathley, III. Revelation - eBook () by Buist M. Fanning III. Title: Revelation - eBook By: Buist M. Fanning III Format: DRM Protected ePub Vendor: Zondervan Academic Publication Date: ISBN: ISBN UPC: Stock No: WWEB.

The book of Revelation starts with “this is a revelation from Jesus Christ, which God gave him to show his servants the events that must soon take place. He sent an angel to present this revelation to his servant John”.

So, the divine author of Revelation is Jesus Christ and the human author is the Apostle John. Revelation 1 New International Version (NIV) Prologue. 1 The revelation from Jesus Christ, which God gave him to show his servants what must soon take place.

He made it known by sending his angel to his servant John, 2 who testifies to everything he saw—that is, the word of God and the testimony of Jesus Christ. 3 Blessed is the one who reads aloud the words of this prophecy, and blessed are.

This book is the first of its kind: an innovative socio-rhetorical commentary on the Book of Revelation. Without sacrificing scholarly perspective or academic rigor, it is written to be accessible for a wide audience--including pastors, scholars, teachers, seminarians, and interested lay people.

A "Suggested Reading List"--a feature of all volumes in the New Cambridge Bible Commentary--will /5(4).

To the Church in Ephesus - “To the angel of the church in Ephesus write: These are the words of him who holds the seven stars in his right hand and walks among the seven golden lampstands.

I know your deeds, your hard work and your perseverance. I know that you cannot tolerate wicked people, that you have tested those who Revelation III book to be apostles but are not, and have found them false. You have.

Award-winning author Ben Witherington, III brings a New Testament-scholar's insight and successful clergyman's lucidity to the often opaque passages of the last book of the New Testament.

Reviews ’This is a highly accessible commentary on what most readers find Cited by: (Revelation ) ii. There is a Book of Life, and it determines if we go to heaven or hell. This means that the Book of Life is important. And anyone not found written in the Book of Life was cast into the lake of fire.

(Revelation ) iii. There is a Book of Life, and knowing our. While many associate the word “apocalypse” with great disaster, the book of Revelation begins and ends by saying that those who read, understand, and apply its message would be happy for doing so.

—Revelation ; Revelation uses many “signs,” or symbols, that are not to be understood literally. —Revelation   “Revelation’s Mark of the Beast Exposed” | 22 - Revelation's Ancient Discoveries - Duration: Three Angels Broadcasting Network (3ABN) 3, views This is the Rev. Clarence Larkin's guide to the Book of Revelation.

Larkin, who published several books about biblical studies in the s and 20s, was a 'Dispensationalist,' one of the threads of modern Evangelical Christianity.

THE SEVEN-SEALED BOOK. Rev. "And I saw in the right hand of Him that sat on the Throne a Book written within and on the back, sealed with SEVEN I saw a strong angel proclaiming with a loud voice, Who is worthy to open the Book, and to loose the SEALS thereof.

And no man in heaven, nor in earth, neither under the earth, was able to open the Book, neither to look thereon. Directed by André van Heerden. With Jeff Fahey, Nick Mancuso, Tony Nappo, Carol Alt. In this sequel to Apocalypse: Caught in the Eye of the Storm (), police officer in search for answers, Thorold Stone, joins a rebel group of Christians to thwart the Antichrist's plan to use virtual reality to solidify its power/10().

Revelation: Considered by many to be the most perplexing portion of sacred Scripture, its essential message is straightforward and relevant: The Lion/Lamb has conquered His enemies, and we as His people will share in that conquest as we persevere in faithfulness to Him.

Rather than a titillating checklist of future events, the Revelation of. This latest release of the ZECNT Is a fine exegetical commentary on the highly-debatable Book of Revelation. Personally, I always give commentators a little slack because this book manages to trip them coming out of the gate in almost every instance.5/5.

A War Over Worship. The book of Revelation indicates a coming war over worship which no one expects, but which will affect everyone. I call this war World War IV because it will begin after World War III has ended. Currently, this war seems impossible, but other events like the four trumpets and the formation of a seven-headed beast also seem impossible.

This is the holy book of Revelation, known as "The Revelation of St. John the Divine", although the God-given title is at the very beginning of the text, "The Revelation of. The book is also illustrated with over30 charts, maps, and diagrams. Numerous cuts of symbols, beasts, etc, spoken of in the Book of Revelation are distributed through the book at the place where they are mentioned, and add greatly to its value by elucidating the text and saving much explanatory matter.

The make-up and printing of the book is. The authorship of the Johannine works—the Gospel of John, Epistles of John, and the Book of Revelation—has been debated by scholars since at least the 2nd century AD. The main debate centers on who authored the writings, and which of the writings, if any, can be ascribed to a common author.

There may have been a single author for the gospel and the three epistles. 4 The Book of Revelation Lesson 3: The King and His Kingdom © by Third Millennium Ministries Notes I.

Introduction (). The initial book in the "Star Trek: The Fall" series, David R. George III's "Revelation in Dust" starts off 2 years after the destruction of the original DS9 & jumps about a /5.

iii. Though it is filled with signs, the Book of Revelation is accessible to those who have an understanding of the first 65 books of the Bible, and especially an understanding of the first 39 books of the Bible, the Old Testament. The Book of Revelation is rooted in the Old Testament. 🛑BOOK OF REVELATION (7 Trumpets, 7 Thunders 2 Witnesses Rev ).

LISTEN BY CALL: Code # PRAYER REQUESTS: [email protected] People actually fear this Book. NOTE: The entire Bible is the Book of Revelation - the revealing of God through His Son the Lord Jesus Christ. The Author: _____ () the son of Zebedee The writer of this Book is the apostle John (Matt ; ) under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit (2 Pet ; 2 Tim ).

John not only wrote this File Size: 3MB. The Background of Revelation. Lesson 1 in the series The Book of Revelation. Explains how Revelation's context and setting can help us understand its original meaning and apply its message to our own lives in the modern world.

8 Studies in the Book of Revelation Gospel, Bible Commentary. “In Revelation, as in John's Gospel and First Epistle, the consciousnessofaworld-conflict,aworld-process,andaworld-triumph is manifest.

The return of Jesus is contemplated in relation to the enlarged environment in which Christianity Size: 2MB. 🛑BOOK OF REVELATION SERIES (New Jerusalem & the 8th Day, Rev ). LISTEN BY CALL Code # PRAYER REQUESTS: [email protected] I, pp. ) THE PURPOSE OF THE BOOK Its purpose is clearly stated at the beginning and end of the book (cf.

Re ,3; ,10): To reveal "things which must shortly come to pass" In particular, it is a revelation from Christ Himself of the judgment to come upon those who were persecuting His people (cf. Re ; ). This judgment was.

The Book of Revelation is a prophetic book. In order to understand it, you must interpret the Bible correctly or you will end up with a symbolic mess (II Jn 12); why he wrote III John (III Jn ); and now he tells us why he wrote the Book of Revelation: Revelation The (1) Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave unto him, (2) to.

The Book of the Revelation of St. John consists of two principal divisions. Relates to "the things which are," that is, the then present state of the church, and contains the epistle of John to the seven churches, and his account of the appearance of the Lord Jesus, and his direction to the apostle to write what he beheld, ch.

Commentary on the Book of Revelation by Cooper P. Abrams, III. Exercise discernment. All the links listed above are not necessarily recommended by Revelation Commentary Introduction to Revelation Revelation Chapter 1 Revelation Chapters Revelation Chapter 4.

The book of Revelation requires fundamental knowledge of the Bible, and requires also a fundamental knowledge of the prophecies in the book of Daniel. On parts 1 & 2 of this outline series we covered the basic outline of the book of Revelation and the broke it down into the events that will happen in the last seven years, based upon Daniel Revelation does not give us information just to tickle our fancy.

We are meant to ‘‘take things to heart.’’ We ought to be transformed by what we read, to become more faithful servants of Christ. The Book of Revelation is a very practical book. Note also what it says in ‘‘The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave him to showFile Size: 5MB.

REVELATION, BOOK OF THE (Gr. ̓Αποκάλυψις, an unveiling or a disclosure), frequently called The Apocalypse of John, is the last book of the Book of Revelation is unique as the sole totally apocalyptic work in the NT.

In its literary genre it resembles strongly the OT books of Ezekiel, Daniel, and Zechariah; and, like them, is the product of a writer belonging to a minority.

Notes on the Book of the Revelation, To Assist Enquirers Searching Into That Book (second edition, ), by J. Darby (HTML at ) Thoughts, Critical and Practical, on the Book of Revelation (third edition; Battle Creek, MI: Seventh-Day Adventist Publishing Association, ), by Uriah Smith (multiple formats at ).

After an introduction, and letters to the seven churches (Revelation ), the properly prophetic part of the book commences with a vision of heaven (Revelation 4; Revelation 5), following upon which are two series of visions of the future, parallel, it would appear, to each other-the first, the 7 seals, and under the 7th seal, the 7 trumpets.This book is the Revelation of Jesus Christ; the whole Bible is so; for all revelation comes through Christ, and all relates to him.

Its principal subject is to discover the purposes of God concerning the affairs of the church, and of the nations as connected therewith, to the end of the world.Buy Revelation (New Cambridge Bible Commentary) by Witherington III, Ben (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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