What would you see if you saw our world as God sees it?
The New Testament book of Revelation was meant to be one of the most potent and practical in the Bible. But popular interpretations strive to identify specific people, nations, and events which simply are not there. When Revelation’s images are recognized as familiar ideas drawn largely from the Old Testament, the book can change the way we live by changing the way we see the world.
Revelation was the last message of Jesus Christ. He did not intend to give us a puzzle no one can solve. He designed Revelation as a tapestry of pictures interpreting the spiritual conflict of his expanding kingdom. From God’s perspective, that conflict defines our age.
In a sense, Revelation defines us. Buy the book (there is now an audible version, too)
The original messages:
- Get the Introductory pamphlet mentioned in the messages.
- The Revelation of Jesus Christ (Rev. 1:1-3)
- The Seven Churches (Rev. 1:9-20)
- Wait a Little Longer (Rev. 5:1-5. 9-10; Rev. 6:1-6, 9-11)
- The Rest of Mankind Still Did Not Repent (Rev. 8:1-9, 9:20-21)
- The Ancient Serpent Who Leads the Whole World Astray (Rev. 13:1b-10)
- The Wrath of God is Completed (Rev. 15:5-8)
- Fallen is Babylon the Great (Rev. 18:1-8)
- The Old Order of Things Has Passed Away (Rev. 21:1-5)
- The Tree of Life (Rev. 22:1-5)