A Verse by Verse Commentary on Revelation
AuthorHouse, 2007 M09 12 - 316 páginas
While Revelation is basically a book of prophecy, yet it is full of doctrinal teaching. Such doctrines as God’s foreknowledge, the inspiration of the Word, the deity of Christ, blood redemption, the resurrections, repentance, faith, security, the perpetuity of the churches, Israel’s restoration, the great tribulation period, the judgments, the reward of the saints, and the earthly reign of Christ and His saints are all found in the book. The whole plan of redemption and the fulfillment of all prophecy finds its consummation in Revelation.
The only light which God’s children have to strengthen and encourage them in this day of fear and uncertainty is the light of prophecy. God’s faithful saints put their faith in the coming of the Son of God, our Redeemer, our protector, and our sure refuge in the time of life’s gravest perils. Let us sound out the sure word of prophecy!
From the author of:
That Ye May Marvel or The Significance of Bible Numbers
The Pattern, The Tabernacle, The Christ.
“Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein: for the time is at hand.”
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In the letter to the church at Ephesus Christ spoke of the DEEDS of the
Nicolaitans, and said those in the church at Ephesus hated those deeds. But in
the letter to the church at Pergamos He spoke about the DOCTRINE of the
Deeds of the Nicolaitans “But this thou hast, that thou hatest the deeds of the
Nicolaitans, which I also hate.” (Revelation 2:6). The word “Nicolaitans” comes
from two Greek words which put together, means to rule, or conquer, the people.
“So hast thou also them that hold the doctrine of the Nicolaitans, which thing I
hate.” (Revelation 2:15). The deeds of the Nicolaitans in the church at Ephesus
had now become the DOCTRINE of the Nicolaitans. False practice eventually