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Outline of a commentary on Revelations XI. 1-14

Outline of a commentary on Revelations XI. 1-14

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Published by printed for J. Johnson in London .
Written in English


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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 7772, no. 08.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination27,[1]p.
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16814977M

Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary on the Bible by Matthew Henry. This document has been generated from XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language) source with RenderX XEP Formatter, version Client Academic. Revelation is really a very simple book. It boils down to this: Jesus wins! "In recording the revelation of Jesus Christ, John wanted to reassure his readers that Jesus Christ controls the course and climax of history." [25] The subject of the Book of Revelation is Jesus Christ (). It .

Febru In Bart Ehrman’s provocative book, The Orthodox Corruption of Scripture: The Effect of Early Christological Controversies on the Text of the New Testament (Oxford, ), the author devotes five pages to a treatment of John ().Inter alia, he says this. The more common expedient for those who opt for [oJ] monogenhV" qeov", but who recognize that its rendering as. So, to facilitate that clarification before we get into the verse-by-verse commentary, the following overview of chapter 14 is offered: The events of this chapter are not in strict chronological sequence or scope, but in giving us an overview of what happens during the second half of the Final Seven Years and after that, they focus on a very.

The old Israel is a type of the new, as elaborated in my Commentary on 1 Corinthians, pp. , "So long as the Lord is personally absent, the church is in the wilderness." F43 Just as the place of the wilderness wanderings was a place of Jewish safety from Pharaoh (the devil), just so the wilderness of the church represents her place of. 6 Dr. Constable's Notes on 2 Corinthians Edition "Of all the Pauline epistles, 2 Corinthians is probably the one which presents most problems to the interpreter."1 C. K. Barrett called 2 Corinthians " surely the most difficult book in the New Testament."2 He meant the most difficult to interpret. OUTLINE I. Introduction


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We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ The Book of Revelation Chapter Chapter Overview: In this chapter is shown how it will fare with "the holy city," till the mystery of God is fulfilled; in the twelfth, what will befal the woman, who is delivered of the man - child; in the thirteenth, how it will be with the kingdom of Christ, while the "two beasts" are in the height of their power.

The Divine origin, the design, and the importance of this book. () The apostle John salutes the seven churches of Asia. () Declares when, where, and how, the revelation was made to him. () His vision, in which he saw Christ appear. () This book is the Revelation of Jesus Christ; the whole Bible is so; for all revelation comes.

XII. Summary of the Book This is not a comprehensive outline of the book. Rather, it is a chapter-by-chapter summary. The purpose of this section is to show the content of the book, not its meaning.

Before we can learn and understand its meaning, we first need to know what the book contains. Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION Author (1: ) Blessing (1: 3)File Size: KB. Coffman's Commentaries on the Bible.

REV The first section of this chapter (Revelation ) concludes the sixth trumpet with its vision of the fortunes of the church right up to the end and through the final judgment seventh trumpet (Revelation ) describes the eternal state but gives no details concerning events in it.

Several references to the actual judgment. Coffman's Commentaries on the Bible. And his head and his hair were white as white wool, white as snow; and his eyes were as a flame of fire. This description of the white hair is a "deliberate reminiscence of Danielwhere it belongs to the Ancient of Days." [47] This application to Jesus Christ of the attributes of deity is a recurring phenomenon in Revelation.

Revelation His head and [his] hairs [were] white like wool, as white as snow In allusion to the white head and hairs of old men, said to be hoary, or like the hoar frost, and compared to an almond tree in bloom, (Ecclesiastes ) ; and here to wool and snow for whiteness; see (Ezekiel ) ; and according to the Jews F16, (Nbl rmu), "white wool", is the wool of a lamb just born.

Commentaries for Revelation Chapter 14 The Redeemed of the Earth "Sweet is the melody, so hard to come by," according to songwriter Iris DeMent View the entire commentary. The Reward of theThe turmoil of conflict is over, and the people of God,strong, now stand triumphantly with the Lamb on Mount Zion View the entire.

In my book From Fear To Love: Transforming Revelation, I explain the book of Revelation quite completely and sensibly but in a very unique and surprising way; however, this article is simply a condensed re-telling of the Revelation story without explanation, interpretation, or commentary.

Just knowing what the story actually is can be the first. The Book Of Revelation Introduction “The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave Him to show His servants—things which must shortly take place.” (Re ) So begins the book of Revelation, one of the most challenging books in the Bible.

It is the first book that many new to the Bible want to study, while it is often neglected by mature. Commentaries for the book of Revelation. Revelation 1. The Title () The Revelation of Jesus Christ () The Nearness of the End () The Visions and the Angel () The Testimony of John () The Beatitude () The Greeting () The Sender and the Recipients () Grace and Peace, Glory and Power () The Voice () The.

Book of Revelation Summary. The book opens with our narrator, John. He's just a mild-mannered Christian guy living in exile when—pow!—God hits him with a doozy of a revelation (hey, that's not a bad idea for a title).

John is told to write down everything God shows him, and boy is God going to show him some strange things. Preparing a "Top 5" list of commentaries on the book of Revelation is extremely challenging in a number of ways. I cannot point to a single commentary with which I agree entirely. My own understanding of the book is set forth in a very summary manner in the last chapter of my book From Age to Age (a chapter that is not intended to be read until all of the other chapters have been Author: Keith Mathison.

An EasyEnglish Bible Version and Commentary ( word vocabulary) on the Book of Revelation. Ian Mackervoy. This commentary has been through Advanced Checking. Words in boxes are from the Bible. A word list at the end explains words with a *star by them. CHAPTER ELEVEN - DANIEL COMPLETED [Trumpet Judgment 7] Revelation (1) Then there was given me (2) a measuring rod like a staff; and someone said, (3) "Get up and measure the temple of God and the altar, and those who worship in it.

The state of the church is represented under the figure of a temple measured. (1,2) Two witnesses prophesy is sackcloth. () They are slain, after which they arise and ascend to heaven. () Under the seventh trumpet, all antichristian powers are to be destroyed and there will be a glorious state of Christ's kingdom upon earth.

The Verse-by-Verse Commentary on Revelation Introduction This commentary on Revelation will prove, contrary to what most people think, that the Revelation, the last book of the Bible, is not difficult to understand if we will take a simple, face-value, common-sense approach to interpreting it.

These chapters are the heart of the last section of the book - chapters 12 through Since the book is a whole book, there will be a "knitting" back into the first section of similar concepts and key phrases.

For example, the "forty and two months" of Revelationis also to be found in. Previous Section: A Simple, Face Value Understanding of Prophetic Scriptures CHAPTER ONE - PROLOGUE. Revelation The (1) Revelation (2) of Jesus Christ, which (3) God gave (4) Him to show to His (5) bond-servants, the things which must (6) shortly take place; and He sent and communicated {it} (7) by His angel to His bond-servant (8) John.item 7 Outline of a Commentary on Revelations XI.

by Multiple Contributors: New 7 - Outline of a Commentary on Revelations XI. by Multiple Contributors: New $ +$ shipping.6. A Commentary on Revelations Pinpointing the date of when Revelation was written, like all Biblical books, is difficult. According to Boxall, Christians believed the apocalypse was going to happen on many different dates, these include the reign of Claudius (41 C.E- 54 C.E.); Nero (54 C.E C.E); the later years of Domitian (81 C.E C.E) and Trajan (98 C.E C.E) (Boxall,