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Summary: Twelfth in a Series going through the New Testament

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JUDE & REVELATION

Sermon 12

Introduction: In the previous lesson we studied the Epistles of Peter and John. This lesson will begin with Jude, the book to expose Apostasy. We will conclude this lesson and this study with the Revelation. The Revelation is the Book of Final Consummation.

JUDE

I. SURVEY

A. Writer: Jude, or Judas, the full brother of James, and a half brother of the Lord Jesus Christ

B. Date: 67 A.D.

C. Purpose: This is the epistle for the day in which we are living. It is a warning of false teachers that will come in

the last days.

D. Key Verse: “Beloved, when I gave all diligence to write unto you of the common salvation, it was needful for

me to write unto you, and exhort you that ye should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered

unto the saints.” Jude 3

E. The Epistle of Jude is complementary to II Peter, as they warn of the same thing.

1. Jude begins his epistle, as do all of the other New Testament writers, by placing his name at the beginning.

2. He along with his brother James, did not believe their half brother, the Lord Jesus Christ, was the Messiah

until after His Resurrection.

3. The Resurrection made all the difference in the world, for here we see that he is a true believer in the Lord.

4. He does not claim the kinship to the Lord Jesus, but rather states that he is a bond slave to him.

5. He writes to all believers, declaring that they are sanctified, preserved and called.

6. He writes to tell the believers to hold fast to the Word of God no matter what Satan brings against them.

REVELATION

I. SURVEY

A. Writer:

B. Date: Between 96 and 100 A.D.

C. Place: The Isle of Patmos

D. Purpose: It is not the revelation of John, but it is the Revelation of Jesus Christ. Its purpose, therefore is to

reveal the Lord Jesus to all men. It’s purpose is also to make known to us what shall be the end or

consummation of all of God’s redemptive purposes.

E. Key Verse: “Write the things which thou hast seen, and the things which are, and the things which shall be

hereafter.” Rev. 1:19

F. Key Thought: The entire Book of Revelation is a commentary upon Revelation 1:7: “Behold, he cometh with

clouds; and every eye shall see him, and they also which pierced him: and all kindred of the earth shall wail

because of him. Even so, Amen.”

G. The Book of Revelation is a great blessing to the believer’s today, but it will also be needed greatly by the

believers during the Tribulation period.

H. There is an Interesting comparison between the first book of the Bible and the Last Book of the Bible.

GENESIS REVELATION

Creation of the Sun No Need of the Sun

Satan’s Victory Satan’s Defeat

Sin’s Entrance Sin Exit

Man Left God Invited Back

Curse Pronounced No More Curse

Tears and Sorrow “And God shall wipe away all Tears

Garden Cursed City Glorified

Tree of Life Forbidden Tree of Life Eaten

Paradise Lost Paradise Regained

Death Enters No More Death

Work and Sweat on Man’s Brow Eternal Rest

I. The “Sevens” of the Book of Revelation

1. The Seven Churches in Asia - 1:4, 11

2. The Seven Spirits - 1:4


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