Revelation: Heaven's perspective

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Seven studies looking at Jesus' revelation to his people

Part of the Good Book Guides series.

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Many Christians are confused by the book of Revelation. And yet the message of the final book of the Bible is both clear and simple.

Despite everything that is going wrong with our world, God remains in control. And when we see history, our present, and our future from heaven's perspective, it will encourage us to trust God and remain faithful to the end.

These seven insightful studies will help ordinary Christians see how John's message is just as relevant and applicable to our lives today as it was 2000 years ago. Perfect for use in small group Bible studies.

Accompanying expository guide available to help you lead small groups.

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  • 1. The Lord who reveals (chapter 1)
    2. Seven dangers facing your church (2 – 3)
    3. A higher throne (4 – 5)
    4. The chaos of history (6 – 11)
    5. Who do you worship? (12 – 16)
    6. The justice of the Lamb (17 – 20)
    7. The reign of the Lamb (21 – 22)

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Contributors Tim Chester
ISBN 9781910307021
Format Paperback
First published February 2019
Dimensions 140mm x 210mm x 5mm
Weight 0.11 kg
Language English
Pages 80
No. of studies 7
Publisher The Good Book Company
Customer reviews

3 Nov 2020

“Highly recommended”

This is an excellent study on a very difficult book. Tim Chester begins by giving us a guide to all the symbols in Revelation,thus immediately removing the scariness of this book, which I am using for online bible study for our church .Tim states that in the New Testament we often have theology first and application second,but in Revelation it's the other way round.....setting the scene for the messages to the churches followed by the visions.We are encouraged to "put ourselves in the shoes" of the early Christians for whom this was first written,who were horrendously suffering at the hands of the Roman Empire . Tim does not become bogged down in detail,but encourages to stand back and see the big picture using our God-given imaginations. Highly recommended.

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