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  • By Jerry Mayers
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Understanding Revelation Made Easy" Understanding Revelation! Made Easy Can You Know the Future? Can you really know what the future holds? Many people are beset with anxiety and uncertainty about the years ahead. Are you? Our world is filled with widely varying predictions of what lies ahead in the 21st century. Whose predictions are correct? How can you possibly be sure? We are part of a planned creation, and there is a great purpose being worked out in your life. So I hope I can help you understand that purpose! The book of Revelation is undoubtedly the most mysterious book in the Bible. The ancient prophet Daniel was given an outline of what the future held, from his day (in the sixth century BC) until the time when Christ would finally establish the Kingdom of God on earth (Daniel 2, 7). Daniel was given several specific prophecies that related to “the time of the end” They were sealed up until “the time of the end” (Daniel 12:4, 9). The New Testament book of... More > Revelation depicts Jesus Christ opening the seals to reveal the future to His true servants (Revelation 1:1; 5:5) In other words; it is now possible to understand the future and the book of Revelation. There are vital keys that will make it possible for you to understand what even many of the prophets of old desired to know but were denied. The most important single key to understanding the Bible is the attitude in which you approach it. The Bible is God’s book, and only those who approach it as God’s book have any real hope of understanding its message. (Isaiah 66:2) For all those things hath mine hand made, and all those things have been, saith the LORD: but to this man will I look, even to him that is poor and of a contrite spirit, and trembleth at my word. The Book of Revelation, the last book in the Bible, ends the New Testament in a powerful way by presenting endtime prophecies of the Tribulation and Christ’s return, and providing instructions on how to live in view of His coming. If you will approach the Bible in a humble and teachable way, and are truly willing to Obey God and keep His commandments. In the Torah—the first five books of the Bible—we see particular emphasis on two numbers—seven and 12. The number seven denotes completion and perfection, as in the Genesis account of creation, where the seventh day of the week was hallowed and set apart as the Sabbath (Genesis 2:2–3, Exodus 20:11). Later, in Leviticus 23, God gave Israel seven annual festivals that outlined His plan of salvation. Even the economic life of ancient Israel was regulated by cycles of seven years. The sabbatical year came every seventh year, during which the land was to lie fallow and personal debt was to be forgiven (Leviticus 25:1–4). The 50-year jubilee cycle came at the end of seven cycles of seven years, marking the time when slaves were to be set free and land was to revert to its original owners (vv. 9–10). Throughout the book of Revelation, the number seven is used over and over. As just some of the many examples, there are seven lampstands, seven churches, seven angels, seven seals, seven trumpets, seven bowls of wrath and seven heads on the beast.< Less
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Pastor Jerry L Mayers
April 19, 2009
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.63 lbs.
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6 wide x 9 tall
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