The Book of Revelation is the last inspired book and rightly brings to a close salvation history and the second coming of Christ. It is the appropriate bookend to the New Testament which begins with the Gospels and the first coming of Christ. In this book we see the fulfillment of Old & New Testament prophecies as God, in his sovereignty, delivers his promised judgment on the world, satan, and his followers.
Because of its highly symbolic nature, the Book of Revelation is difficult to interpret and has led to many theories of what the Apocalypse will be like. Yet, when we step back and look at the general themes and events that will take place, we gain a greater reverence and awe of God.
The Book of Revelation can be confusing and propagate many wild theories about the end times. However, when I look at this book pastorally, the urgency to share the gospel and see people saved is palpable. I am also struck by the awesome power of God as he exacts his judgment, but that same power is saving people this very day.
Then the seventh angel blew his trumpet, and there were loud voices in heaven, saying, “The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ, and he shall reign forever and ever.” Rev. 11:15
- God’s Sovereignty
- Inescapable Judgment
- God’s Omnipotence
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