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Revelation Study Guides

REVELATION IS A BOOK OF PERSPECTIVE. This book, along with all of the Bible, contains God’s Word of truth. Revelation, however, seems to have the corner on the market for truth. It shows how everything is going to turn out. It shows who will win (spoiler alert: Jesus will). It shows the temporal power of Satan and his minions. It shows the fleeting nature of material things. As the winds of change and trouble blow, you need a firm foundation from which you can evaluate life, hang on, and keep serving until Christ makes all things new. The Book of Revelation will help to provide that foundation as we move forward into 2021 at Community of Hope.  

“He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches.” (Revelation 2:29)

February 21: Introduction and Prologue (Revelation 1:1-20) // Revelation Study Guide 1

February 28: Letters to the Seven Churches (Revelation 2-3) // Revelation Study Guide 2

March 7: The Throne Room and The Scroll With the Seven Seals (Revelation 4-5) // Revelation Study Guide 3

March 14: The Seals and the 144,000 (Revelation 6-7) // Revelation Study Guide 4

March 21: The Trumpet Judgments (Revelation 8-9) // Revelation Study Guide 5

April 11: The Angel, the Little Scroll and the Two Witnesses (Revelation 10-11) // Revelation Study Guide 6

April 18: The Pregnant Woman, the Dragon and the Two Beasts (Revelation 12-13) // Revelation Study Guide 7

April 25: The Lamb and the 144,000, The Three Angels and the Harvest of the Earth (Revelation 14) 

May 2: Bowl judgments and the Battle of Armageddon (Revelation 15–16)

May 9: A Woman on the Beast and the Fall of Babylon (Revelation 17–18)

May 16: The Millennium and the Last Judgment (Revelation 19–20)

May 23: A new heaven and new earth. The River of Life (Revelation 21-22)

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