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Revelation Week 6

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Published on February 23, 2008

Author: fred.greco

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Survey of Revelation Part VI (10.1-11.19) January 6, 2008

Review – Structure of the Book Vision 1 The 7 Churches in Asia Minor (ch. 1-3) Vision 2 Seven Seals (ch. 4-7 ) Vision 3 Seven Trumpets (ch. 8-11) Vision 4 The Battle against Satan (ch. 12-14) Vision 5 Seven Bowls (ch. 15-16) Vision 6 The Downfall of Babylon (ch. 17-19) Vision 7 The New Heavens and New Earth (20-22)

Vision 1 The 7 Churches in Asia Minor (ch. 1-3)

Vision 2 Seven Seals (ch. 4-7 )

Vision 3 Seven Trumpets (ch. 8-11)

Vision 4 The Battle against Satan (ch. 12-14)

Vision 5 Seven Bowls (ch. 15-16)

Vision 6 The Downfall of Babylon (ch. 17-19)

Vision 7 The New Heavens and New Earth (20-22)

Vision 3 Seven Trumpets (ch. 8-11) The first trumpet - hail and fire The second trumpet – a burning mountain thrown into the sea The third trumpet - bitter waters The fourth trumpet – darkness

The first trumpet - hail and fire

The second trumpet – a burning mountain thrown into the sea

The third trumpet - bitter waters

The fourth trumpet – darkness

Vision 3 Seven Trumpets (ch. 8-11) The fifth trumpet – army of locusts commanded by Apollyon The sixth trumpet – killer angels & 2 M horsemen

The fifth trumpet – army of locusts commanded by Apollyon

The sixth trumpet – killer angels & 2 M horsemen

The Interlude before the Seventh Trumpet (10:1-11:14) The angel and the little scroll (10) The two witnesses (11:1-14)

The angel and the little scroll (10)

The two witnesses (11:1-14)

The angel and the little scroll (10) Here is an interlude between the 6 th and 7 th trumpets. Consider the following as we read 10.1-7: Where have we seen an interlude before? What might the interlude mean? How would you describe the angel? Who is he?

Here is an interlude between the 6 th and 7 th trumpets. Consider the following as we read 10.1-7:

Where have we seen an interlude before?

What might the interlude mean?

How would you describe the angel?

Who is he?

The angel and the little scroll (10) Consider the following as we read 10.8-11: Why was the scroll both sweet and sour? How does the Christian life reflect both sweet and sour aspects?

Consider the following as we read 10.8-11:

Why was the scroll both sweet and sour?

How does the Christian life reflect both sweet and sour aspects?

The Two Witnesses (11.1-14) Consider the following as we read 11.1-14: When does this take place? What is the message of ch. 11? How does it help assure us of the final victory of God in this world? Of what significance is “42” in 11.2? (see Daniel 9.24 & 2 Tim 3.1)

Consider the following as we read 11.1-14:

When does this take place?

What is the message of ch. 11? How does it help assure us of the final victory of God in this world?

Of what significance is “42” in 11.2? (see Daniel 9.24 & 2 Tim 3.1)

The Two Witnesses (11.1-14) Consider the following as we read 11.1-14: Of which Old Testament characters are we reminded by the two witnesses? What is their significance? How do these events encourage John and the churches in the midst of persecution?

Consider the following as we read 11.1-14:

Of which Old Testament characters are we reminded by the two witnesses? What is their significance?

How do these events encourage John and the churches in the midst of persecution?

Next Week: The fourth vision: The Battle Against Satan Revelation 12-13 Ch. 10-11 in Thomas

The fourth vision: The Battle Against Satan

Revelation 12-13

Ch. 10-11 in Thomas

George Frederick Handel 1685-1759

From George Frederic Handel's "MESSIAH" Hallelujah! Hallelujah! for the Lord God Omnipotent reigneth. Hallelujah! Hallelujah! (19.6) The kingdom of this world is become the Kingdom of our Lord and of His Christ, and He shall reign for ever and ever (11.15)

Hallelujah! Hallelujah! for the Lord God Omnipotent reigneth. Hallelujah! Hallelujah! (19.6)

The kingdom of this world is become the Kingdom of our Lord and of His Christ, and He shall reign for ever and ever (11.15)

From George Frederic Handel's "MESSIAH" King of Kings, and Lord of Lords. (19.16) Hallelujah! Hallelujah! and He shall reign forever and ever King of Kings, King of Kings, and Lord of Lords. Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah

King of Kings, and Lord of Lords. (19.16)

Hallelujah! Hallelujah! and He shall reign forever and ever King of Kings, King of Kings, and Lord of Lords. Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelujah

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