We serve a Savior Who not only knows the future, He declares it!
As we look at John’s description of the Savior we have to remember to discern between what is literal and what is spiritual. What John sees here is literally Jesus, but Jesus is manifesting Himself in a way that John can bear. Scripture teaches us that no man can look on God in His full … Continue reading Jesus Our GREAT High Priest!
Praise and worship of God is easy when things are going our way. It’s not so easy when we are in the midst of trial. Because Jesus is the Alpha and the Omega, He is worthy of my worship and my praise, not because of what He’s done for me lately, but because of the character of Who He is.
In greeting the seven churches, John spends more time speaking about the God Who greets them than he does talking about the churches being greeted because the focus of the church should be on God. Revelation 1:4-8 (4) John to the seven churches which are in Asia: Grace be unto you, and peace, from him … Continue reading A Layman’s Thoughts on Revelation 1:4-5a
Revelation begins with its own title clearly stated, it also comes with a promise: “Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein.” Prophecy, especially New Testament prophecy, is meant to bring comfort to believers.