January, February, March 2019

Want to learn more about Revelation? Use these Bible Studies for personal devotion, group Bible studies, or teaching a church class. Below are links to the lessons in this 4-part series.

Lesson 1: The Gospel From Patmos (Revelation 1:1-8)
Exciting days ahead! We are studying the Book of Revelation. Frankly, I prefer studies of a book, rather than a topic. Of the books in the Bible, Revelation is one of the most interesting, exciting, and complicated. Our challenge lies ahead! Let's plunge into our study and see what we can learn from the Book of Revelation!

Lesson 2: Among the Lampstands (Revelation 1:9-2:7)
Would you like to know the future? The worrisome part is that you might not like your future! Our study this week has a slightly different approach. Instead of merely giving us information about the future, it tells us that our future is in the hands of Jesus, who not only has all power, but He cares for us. Let's plunge into our study of the Bible and learn more!

Lesson 3: Jesus' Messages to the Seven Churches (Revelation 2:8-3:22)
We have a lot to cover this week! Scholars believe that John's message to each of the local churches is also a prophetic message to the Christian church at various times in its history. Each local church has certain characteristics and problems that reflect the overall church during certain historical periods. Of course, these statements are general descriptions, and I suspect that each of us will identify with some of the problems outside our "time." The last church is Laodicea, and it represents the church before Jesus' Second Coming. I trust you agree with me that is our time in history. Let's dive into our study and learn what God has for us in these descriptions of His church!

Lesson 4: Worthy is the Lamb (Revelation 4 & 5)
Have you visited a beautiful home and noticed a partially open door? Did you want to peek inside? What pulled you to look? That is how our study of Revelation this week begins! What we will see inside is amazing! Let's dive into our study of the Bible and see what God has to teach us!

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