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Revelation

Revelation, the last book in the Bible, is in this position because it shows how all the prophecies, promises and covenants written in the previous 65 books are fulfilled.  This book by God the Father, Revelation 1:1, describes the bride of Christ being taken up unto the Lord, Revelation 4:1-4, the fullness of the kingdom of heaven with the Lord Jesus Christ ruling over the world the first 1,000 years of His eternal reign, Revelation 20, who then hands over the kingdom to the Father, 1Corinthians 15:24, Revelation 21 and 22.  At that time Christ will destroy all dominion, authority and power, the last being death, and then the Son will be made subject to the Father so that God may be all in all, 1Corinthians 15:20-28. From then on through eternity the saints of God will enjoy the fullness and richness of all God intended from the beginning.  

The book of Revelation is a very important book for the Christian to read, study, and follow no matter how new or old in the faith the person is.  This book is addressed to the churches so that we can draw closer to God, to purify ourselves as God is pure, 1John 3:1-3, and work for the furtherance of God's kingdom, 2Corinthians 9:8-15.  The Lord called us His friends, John 15:15 and Paul wrote that we are the adopted sons and daughters of God, Ephesians 1:5.  So we as Christians have received from God a special privilege to have advanced understanding and knowledge of God's purposes, His will and what He has planned for His own, 1Corinthians 2:12-16.  As the world events become more chaotic, destructive and the world turns more against believing Christians, we can take comfort because He has told us all things that will take place and that we can rest that He is coming soon to rapture His church, Titus 2:11-14.  

It is best to have a working knowledge of the entire Bible in order to gain a fuller understanding of the book of Revelation and receive the richest blessings from the study of this book. The purpose in the construction of these web pages is to provide a convenient means to the viewer the relevant passage from scripture that relate to the passages in Revelation being viewed and aid the reader's understanding.

To navigate this book, simply select the chapter or timeline you wish to view using the drop-down menus immediately below the colored tabs above.  If other sub-menus are available for the chapter or timeline selected, they will appear in purple boxes with white font located below the drop-down menus, which you can select to view.  Below the sub-menus is the site map to help the readers know where they are within this site.  The gray title bar provides the context for the page being viewed.

Revelation 1:3, blessed is he that reads, and they that hear the words of this hand.

Art by Pat Marvenko Smith, copyright 1992 is from a series titled "Revelation Illustrated" and has been used by her permission. It is available in fine art prints and visual teaching materials. Call 1-800-327-7330 or 724-864-1118 for a free brochure,or go to www.revelationillustrated.com


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last edited August 2014

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