Revelation

Detailed outline of the Book of Revelation – end-times events, symbols, and entities witnessed by John

Written by John, the book of Revelation is often difficult to interpret, comprehend, and place in context with the rest of the Bible.  Here is a detailed overview, in outline form, of the events that are witnessed by John and recorded in the book of Revelation. A GENERAL OVERVIEW OF…
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Revelation

The opening of six of the seven seals and the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (Revelation 6:1-6:17)

After the “Lamb” (Jesus) opened the book bound with seven seals, John, standing among “four animals”, the 24 elders, and thousands of angels, saw the following. When the first seal was opened, John heard thunder. A lion-like animal shouted, “Come!” John saw a white horse and a rider with a bow…
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The throne in heaven surrounded by elders, spirits, and four creatures (Revelation 4:1 – 4:11)

John saw a door standing open in heaven. He heard a voice like a trumpet say, “Come up here, and I will show you what must take place after this.” At once, John was “in the Spirit”. Before him was a throne with a person sitting on it who had…
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The letters to the seven early Christian churches (Revelation 2:1 – 3:22)

Jesus told John to “write what you have seen, what is now, and what will take place later”. John began by penning seven letters to seven early Christian churches. To the church at Ephesus, he wrote: These are the words of him who holds the seven stars in his right…
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John sees Jesus in a vision – the seven golden lampstands (Revelation 1:9 – 1:20)

John was on the island of Patmos because of his testaments about Jesus. On the Lord’s Day, John was “in the Spirit” when he heard a loud voice behind him. The voice said, “Write on a scroll what you are about to see and send it to the seven churches:…
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Introduction to the Book of Revelation – the message conveyed and how to properly interpret it (Revelation 1:1 – 1:8)

This is the revelation from Jesus which God gave him to show us what must soon take place. The revelation was sent via angel to John who testified to everything he saw in this vision. Blessed is the one that reads aloud the words of this prophecy and blessed are…
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