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Summary: Study two of the Book of Revelation.

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Study 2

The Setting

THE Prosecuted Preacher (vs. 9)

Brother – member of the brotherhood of believers

Companion in Tribulation

John 16:33

Acts 14:22

Romans 5:3 & 8:35

2 Corinthians 7:4

Kingdom and patience of Jesus Christ

Kingdom – the Messiah on the throne of David

Patience of Jesus Christ

He endured sinners

He prayed for his murderers

Isle that is called Patmos

Patmos is a lonely Isle in the Aegean Sea (30 miles in circumference).

Patmos is a barren and desolate rock.

John was banished there because of his loyalty to God’s word.

The desolate places of life bring the divine presence of Christ.

The word of God and for the testimony of Jesus Christ

The Word of God has always been mocked and ridiculed by unbelievers.

John suffered banishment because of his testimony to Jesus Christ.

This Revelation is ours because one lonely and loyal follower was willing to suffer tribulation than compromise with the world.

The Glorified Christ (Vs. 10-20)

In the Spirit on the Lord’s Day

John was filled with the Spirit.

The Lord’s Day

The Sabbath – the first day of the week

The judgement Day – Day of God after Man’s Day.

What you see, write in a book

God intended for this Revelation to be recorded.

God wants the church to know their future.

Sent it to the seven churches

Seven is the number for perfection.

This is for the church of all ages.

This was to be used in the churches for reaching and instructing.

Seven golden candlesticks

The church is like a candlestick – to be bearers of light – lights to shine in a darkened world.

The church is liken unto gold – precious and valuable – the church belongs to Christ and He is the center of the church.

In the midst is one liken unto the Son of Man – the Glorified Christ is in the midst of the churches.

Girt about the breasts with a golden girdle

Golden girdle – speaks of a judge.

Girt about the breasts – speaks of a ruler, a king, a lord, and a judge.

While on earth Jesus was girt about the waist with a towel – which showed him as a humble servant, which befits a slave.

His head and hair were white as wool

He is represented as the Ancient of Days.

The white hair represents experience and wisdom.

He is the Everlasting Father and the Prince of Peace.

His eyes were as a flame of fire

His eyes are flashing fire – searching, piercing, penetrating and judging.

Our God is a consuming fire – the burning bush, fire on Mt Sinai, apostles baptized with the Holy Ghost and fire, etc.

His feet like unto fine brass

Brass is unyielding and unbending and here sets forth the justice and righteousness of God.

The whole scene shows the Judge of all the earth beginning his judgement in the midst of his own.

His feet once pierced by nails are now hardened like brass burned in a furnace.

His voice as of many waters

The voice, which gently called to the multitudes to “follow me”, is now like the voice of the lion of the tribe of Judah.

The voice once silenced by death now reverberates like the sound of thunder.

He is a mighty Conqueror and King walking through the midst of the churches.

In His right hand seven stars


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