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Four short lectures on the book of the Revelation.

by Benjamin Douglass

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Published by [s.n.] in Chicago .
Written in English

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  • Bible. N.T. Revelation -- Commentaries -- To 1900.

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    Pagination40 p. ;
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23300348M

    Books shelved as book-of-revelation: The Apocalypse: Lectures on the Book of Revelation by Joseph A. Seiss, Jesus Of The Apocalypse by Barbara Thiering. Introduction to the NIV Study Bible | Go to Revelation Author. Four times the author identifies himself as John (,4,9; ).From as early as Justin Martyr in the second century a.d. it has been held that this John was the apostle, the son of Zebedee (see Mt ).The book itself reveals that the author was a Jew, well versed in Scripture, a church leader who was well known to the seven.

    Book of Revelation Summary. The book opens with our narrator, John. He's just a mild-mannered Christian guy living in exile when—pow!—God hits him with a doozy of a revelation (hey, that's not a bad idea for a title). John is told to write down everything God shows him, and boy is God going to show him some strange things. Revelation The book of Revelation, the Apostle John’s vivid record of Divinely revealed visions and messages, concerns the events surrounding the second coming of Christ. This illustration is taken from the scripture that actually describes that dramatic event in detail.

      Revelation will not let us forget it. From the very first verse of the book, which declares that there are things that ‘must’ take place (this is the “must” of divine necessity, of God’s plan), to Revelation , which repeats the claim that there are things that “must” take place, this book emphasizes God’s sovereign control. In these twenty-four careful, down-to-earth lectures is provided a basic introduction to and survey of the entire Book of Revelation. The viewer will receive important interpretive tools for understanding the dramatic flow and bewildering imagery of Revelation.


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Four Short Lectures on the Book of the Revelation by Benjamin Douglass The Book of the Secrets of Enoch Translated From the Slavonic by William Richard Morfill A Comprehensive View of the Revelation of St.

John Also a Lecture on the Second and Seventh Chapters of Daniel by J. Dodds. Electronic book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Douglass, Benjamin.

Four short lectures on the Book of the Revelation. Chicago, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors /. The citations from the Book of Revelation used in the following studies of chapters 1 through 22 are taken from the New King James Version (the NKJV).

However, S. Tregelles (), a Nineteeth Century scholar and theologian of the highest order, wrote an English translation of the Book of Revelation ().

The book of Revelation is written chronologically. Revelation 1 is the introduction. Revelation is the church age. Revelation is the heaven scene.

Revelation concludes the church age. Revelation speaks of God’s judgment on earth, taking us to the end of Daniel’s 70 th week. Revelation is parenthetical, describing what takes place during the end-times with regards to the Jews, Christians.

(4) Futurist view: it is a straightforward account of what is to come. (I hold this view.) See v. 19 of this chapter for the key to understanding the Book of Revelation. v.4 Seven is the number of completeness: seven days in a week, seven colors in a rainbow, etc. Revelation bears similar features to the book of Daniel D.

Revelation is the only book with a promise of blessing to readers () E. Contains 22 chapters, verses words. The book was written and fulfilled in John’s day. • Historical Background. The book was written for people in John’s day with principles applicable to the end of time.

This outline is based primarily on the Historical Background interpretation with the belief that Revelation was written during the reign of the Roman Emperor Domitian, A. The Book Of Revelation Introduction “The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave Him to show His servants—things which must shortly take place.” (Re ) So begins the book of Revelation, one of the most challenging books in the Bible.

It is the first book that many new to the Bible want to study, while it is often neglected by mature. and understand the book of Revelation, he too will close the book and invite the sinner to, "Come, and receive, Jesus Christ as you Savior." One's soul-winner power would, certainly, more than double if he diligently studies, and understands, the book of Revelation, and realizes what is going to take place on earth before too long.

Revelation –18; –24 Revelation –4 Revelation –10 Revelation –21 Revelation –3 Revelation –6 Revelation –10 Revelation –15 Revelation –27; –5 D E _ Overview Book of 3 6/12/14 AM 6 Overview of the Book of Revelation. The Book of Revelation is the only apocalyptic document in the New Testament, which reveal the prediction and description of the Judgment Day.

The Book of Revelation conveys several stages of rhetoric persuasion of the audience. At first, the author warns the audience about the upcoming apocalypse, then the author describes its signs and shows [ ].

Twenty-four lectures on the book of Revelation. James Wells (minister of the Surrey tabernacle.) R. Banks and G.J. Stevenson, - Bible - pages. 0 Reviews. Four short lectures on the book of Revelation. [Benjamin Douglass] Home.

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Find items in libraries near you. Note: This version of "A Short Study on the Book of Revelation" has been superseded. The study now has 22 divisions (instead of four), which correspond to the chapters of the Book of Revelation.

Also, a number of amplifications and new scholarly citations have been added throughout the study. Lord of lords and King of kings" (Revelation ). The Author and Date of Revelation The book's author was obviously John (Revelation9; ).

However, he merely writes the words of Jesus (Revelation5, ). The letter is addressed to seven churches in Asia (). Author of Revelation. 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. From The Book of Revelation For Dummies.

By Richard Wagner, Larry R. Helyer. If you’re befuddled by the Book of Revelation in the Bible, don’t fret. Take a look at the basic structure of the Book of Revelation; its major interpretations; the various perspectives on the Millennial Kingdom mentioned in Revelation 20; and how key events shaped John the Apostle and his writing.

The first Christians were blessed for obeying Revelation () and the book is described as an unsealed (or open) book, even for people living in John’s day (). When it comes to reading Revelation, the tendency is to ignore the first Christians and jump directly to God’s message for us.

The book that was sealed is not the Revelation, but that portion of the prophecy of Daniel relating to the last days. The angel commanded, "But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end. " Daniel The Acts of the Apostles This is talking about Daniel.

Revelation 4 & 5 is a vision showing that God does have a plan that was not to be revealed until Jesus faithfully finished his ransom the book was sealed. (Revelation ) Chapter 4 opens with a vision which is a symbolic representation of God on his throne.

While every student of this book has some outstanding questions and there is some mystery to how the Lord will complete His redemptive purpose, the book of Revelation also includes a very unique command to “keep” the book and finishes with a strong warning about altering the book (Rev.

; ).Note: It is most important to understand that the book of Revelation does not list the scenes and events in the same order in which they will actually occur. Outline for this study of the book of Revelation-pages 1, 2, and top of page 3. Chapter one provides an introduction to the book.

The Revelation is given by God: V-1 • To Jesus Christ. V