The Book of Revelation pronounces a blessing upon “he who reads and those who hear…and keep those things which are written in it” (Rev. 1:3).  It is obvious to the reader of the book that it contains much figurative language.  In reading the book, we must not get so bogged down in the symbols of it so as to miss the major lessons in it.  Also, as we seek to interpret the book, we must first ask, “What did it mean to the first readers? “  Then, we can determine what it means to us today.  Satan uses everything at his disposal to defeat the church, but the book assures us that we will be victorious over Satan through the power of the living Christ.  As we read the book, let us be certain we do not reach any conclusions that are not in harmony with the rest of Scripture.  By doing so we will be blessed and we will know that the Cause of Christ will win in the end.

   Introduction

  16: The Measuring Rod

   2: Prologe and the first vision

  17: THE WOMAN AND THE CHILD

  3: THE BOOK OF THE SEVEN SEALS

  18: The Dragon and the Beast

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  4: To Ephesus

  19: What John Saw

  5: To Smyrna

  20: The Seven Bowls of Wrath

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  6: To Pergamos

  21: Armageddon

  6: To Thyatira

  22: The Woman And The Beast

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  7: To Philidelphia

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  23: The Millennial (1)

  8: To Sardis

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  24: The Millennial (2)

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  9: To Laodicea

  25: Millennial 

  10: Messages To The Seven Churches

  26: The Judgment 

  12: THE BOOK OF THE SEVEN SEALS

  27: All Things New

13: The Sealing of The Saints

  28: All Things New (2)

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  14: The Opening of The Seventh Seal

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  29: The Final Words

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  15: Angel And The Little Book

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  30: OVERVIEW

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The Study of Revelation, complete series handout

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