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Judgement in the book of Revelation primarily occurs through the seven seals, seven trumpets, and seven bowls. Furthermore, that judgement, which is described as true and just (19:2) is directed toward unbelievers, believers, Satan, and demons. Up until this time the world has been under the dominion of Satan (Job 1:6-8; 2:1-2; Matt 4:8-9; Luke 10:18; 22:3; John 12:31; 1 Cor 11:14; 2 Cor 4:4; 1 John 5:19; 1 Peter 5:8). The judgment begins in the book of Revelation with 6:1-2 in the breaking of the first seal of the scroll.

Judgement in the Book of Revelation

I. THE MANNER AND METHOD OF THE JUDGMENT Continue Reading…

The book of Revelation provides a clear collection of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit together (1:4). While people who study the topic of “Trinitarianism” often look at Old Testament inferences of the Triune Godhead, descriptions in the Gospel of John, and Paul’s theology, the book of Revelation is often forgotten about in regards to the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit all working and existing together as one person.
God in the Book of Revelation

Today’s post examines the theme of God in book of Revelation.

I. FATHER

A. God Gave this Revelation to Jesus Continue Reading…