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INTRODUCTION TO REVELATION

January 2, 2012

At one time the book of Revelation was a difficult and complicated book for me to understand. However, thank God for Dr. Caruthers, my teacher, at the Northeastern Bible College who taught it in such a manner that I could understand and made it possible for me to share it with others.

The first time I taught it at my church to the adult Sunday school class I took several months sharing the information. The last time I taught it I took two years to complete the teaching.

I would not classify myself as a theologian or a seminarian but what I am is an anointed prophetic teacher who enjoys sharing what I have learned with others. There is much to this book that has caused disputes and controversy in the various religious schools of thought. I will not be venturing in those waters. I will; however, attempt to make it easy and enjoyable for you to understand.

Revelation in the original Greek means “unveiling” or “disclosure” of hidden things known only to God. God chose to reveal these things to John who penned them for all to see. Reading Revelation is easy; understanding it can be difficult. This book depicts the end of this present age and the coming of God’s future kingdom through numbers, images and symbols. As we go through this study you will learn how to interpret these things. For now, the most important thing to know and remember is that Revelation is not written chronologically. John writes about events and characters which you will have to place in their proper setting. (Don’t fear I will help you do this.)

Finally as stated in Revelation 1:3 “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.”

I invite you “Blessed” to take this journey with me

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2 Comments
  1. annette permalink

    I also will be happy to re-visit these lessons, you are a great teacher and anointed teacher am delighted that God has given you the strength to share with us again. Ruby Annette

  2. Dawn Choice-Reed permalink

    Shephard Mother I love it, this is going to be great. I am looking forward to every lesson.

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