Archives For Expositions in the Book of Revelation

Today’s post is my final post in a series of studies in the book of Revelation. Thus far I have shared:

Today’s post is perhaps the most controversial, yet is also my most thorough writing. I will examine the 1,000 year reign of Christ known as the “Millennial Kingdom” as described in Revelation 20.


An Exposition of the Millennial Kingdom in Revelation 20

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A. An Approach to the Book of Revelation Continue Reading…

Among some of the most puzzling questions people have about the Book of Revelation is the identity of the two witnesses in Revelation 11 as well as the identity of Babylon in Revelation 17-18. Today’s post examines Revelation 17-18 and provides strengths and weaknesses for each view.

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I. EXPOSITION OF REVELATION 17-18 Continue Reading…

Among some of the most difficult books of the Bible to understand is the book of Revelation. Among the most difficult chapters of the Bible to understand is Revelation 11 and the two witnesses described in 11:1-13. In this paper there will be a brief exposition of Rev 11:1-13, an explanation of the common views of Rev 11, and then a position for the most likely view.

(This post is part of a series I am sharing on the book of Revelation. Here’s my other post: Why Revelation 3:20 Is an Invitation to Believers.)

3 Options for the Identity of the Two Witnesses in Revelation 11

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Bible students often have a common question about Revelation 3:20 and its intended audience.

The text reads, “Look! I am standing at the door and I am knocking. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will enter the house and I will eat with him and he will eat with me.” 

Is this a gospel invitation to a lost person? Or is this an invitation to a believer? These two options will be explored in this blog post.

Why Revelation 3:20 Is an Invitation to Believers

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I. THE CONTEXT OF REVELATION 3:20 Continue Reading…