This is the time Eden is restored, to be what God intended, when He will once again walking with us in the Garden; this is the purpose of the Millennium.
Revelation is perhaps the most misunderstood, most studied book in the Bible; it is certainly the most mysterious. And between its pages lie mysteries within mysteries. One of these is the topic of the Millennium. The first thing to know about the Millennium is that there are different interpretations of it.
The idea of this devotional is to prompt the reader to take in a deeper look into the prophetic book of Revelation to help answer questions that generally arise from studying this mysterious book. This study is comprehensive, but not exhaustive.
here comes another parenthetical portion in Revelation. This one is between the sounding of the sixth and seventh trumpets, and it is the only thing remaining that is to be sealed and is to remain a mystery. At this point, the earth is 3 ½ years into the tribulation. Keep in mind that after the seals and six trumpets about one half of the earth’s population has been destroyed. The wrath of God with its judgements has been relentless.
In my last blog I posted a sample from Week Three from my book, Revelation in Seven Weeks: A Bible Study. It is a devotional prompting the reader to take in a portion of the book of Revelation and answer some questions to give them a deeper understand of this profound and mysterious book. This study is comprehensive, but not exhaustive.
In Revelation Chapter 7, this is where most of the confusion and disagreement arises regarding the Second Coming of Christ. The church today knows what is called the rapture, though this word is not a biblical one. And this event will occur before the Second Coming. While the majority of the Bible runs chronological, when it differs from this, it becomes hard to follow.
Below you will find the questions for day one of the second week during the seven-week devotional, as well as the answers. This is a sample of the Revelation in Seven Week: A Bible Study: Teachers Manual study guide. It is prepared to help the Bible study teacher delve further into the book of Revelation to bring further insight into the group. This is all structured to encourage and develop conversation amongst the group and to get everyone involved.
This well-researched manual is designed to assist the Bible study leader in their journey through the book of Revelation. It includes the answers to the main study questions and further insight to help guide the group. It is a comprehensive, but not exhaustive study.
In my last blog I posted a sample from my book, Revelation in Seven Weeks: A Bible Study. It was coverage of the first day of the 7-week devotional on the book of, yes, Revelation. Today I am leaving you with some the answers and points for discussion or, if you are studying alone, meditation.…
The book of Revelation to many is untouchable and they just can’t get their heads around it. It is avoided. Or it is so full of mystique and it is thrilling. It can also be overcooked. It should revered in balance; it should be understood. There is no doubt people move closer to the fulfillment of these prophecies every season. With eyes open, one will recognize how much this study is for today.