The Book and the Books

The book of Revelation starts with a depiction of God the Father, sitting on His throne with a book (scroll) in His hands, and it ends with Him opening a set of books. We are drawing very near to the end of the Revelation Revisited series and so before I explain the significance of

Hallelujah

All heaven affirms the righteousness of God in judging the religious and humanistic systems of the word, and all of creation rejoices, with a loud “hallelujah’, at the great celebration of those who love and obey Jesus. Part Six of Revelation (Chapter 19) is only one chapter long, but it is rich and deep

Babylon the great

The beast becomes a whore and the whore becomes a city… say what? In previous chapters of Revelation Religion has been depicted first as a beast from the land, and then as a scarlet woman, but in Chapter 18 she morphs into the city of Babylon. What’s going on? The 3 depictions

Behold the Whore

John the Baptist revealed the Lord Jesus to his disciples with the words, “Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world”; In Revelation Chapter 17 an angel essentially says to John the Revelator, “Behold the Whore of Babylon who embodies the sins of the world.” It is easy to

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