Revelation 1:12,13,20. This is just one of the many visions which John had as he lived upon Patmos. Each vision is a figure or symbol. This particular one represents the church. It is an allusion to the candlesticks in the tabernacle and temple. I want to notice some characteristics which are significant in the figure.
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Outline of Revelation —A useful guide for study. The Revelation of Christ (Revelation 1-5) >The Prologue >The Introduction >Resource: Outline of visions John saw and recorded Now before we proceed further with our studies of the book of Revelation, I would like to provide you with an outline of the book as a useful guide to your study.
Today Is the Day of Salvation. Taken from 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18, this sermon seeks to persuade listeners not to waste a single moment more waiting to follow Christ.
May 07, 2010 · The first book I preached through was the book of Revelation. While some might question the wisdom of jumping right into apocalyptic literature, the book of Revelation pronounces a blessing on those who read, hear, and keep what is written in it (Rev 1:3).
Key Verse: Revelation 1:19 – This verse offers a clear, three-part outline to the events of the Revelation. This verse is also the key to understanding the book. The Revelation is the only book in the Bible to contain its own divinely inspired outline. That outline is as follows: I. The Things Which Thou Hast Seen – Chapter 1 II.
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Sermon outlines and audio sermons by Kevin Cauley preached at the New Boston Church of Christ. The Christian and Sinful Offenses Jesus teaches the Christian what to do about offenses in relationship to 1) the World, 2) One’s Self, 3) Other Christians.