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Summary: This is a verse by verse look at chapter fourteen of the book of Revelation.

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The Revelation Of Jesus Christ – Chapter 14

I. Things Which Thou Hast Seen – Rev 1

II. Things Which Are – The Church Age – Rev 2-3

III. Things Which Are To Come – Rev 4-22

A. The Throne Of God – Rev 4

B. The Seven Seals Book – Rev 5

C. The First Six Seals Are Opened – Rev 6

D. The Sealing Of The Saved – Rev 7

E. The Lamb Opens The Seventh Seal – The First Four Trumpets Sound – Rev 8

F. Sounding of the Fifth and Sixth Trumpets – Rev 9

G. The Little Book – Rev 10

H. The Measuring Rod – The Two Witnesses – The Seventh Trumpet Sounds – Rev 11

I. The Woman and the Dragon – Rev 12

J. The Beasts – Rev 13

K. The Lamb on Mount Zion – Rev 14

Rev 14:1 (NASB) “Then I looked, and behold, the Lamb was standing on Mount Zion, and with Him one hundred and forty-four thousand, having His name and the name of His Father written on their foreheads.”

(1) What John sees – 1st Vision – v. 1

(a) He sees the Lamb standing

-1 on Mount Zion

(b) He sees the 144,000 with him

-1 with writing on their foreheads

*Jesus name

*the Father’s name

Rev 14:2 (NASB) “And I heard a voice from heaven, like the sound of many waters and like the sound of loud thunder, and the voice which I heard was like the sound of harpists playing on their harps.”

(2) What John hears – 1st Hearing – v. 2

(a) He hears a voice from heaven

-1 it was like many waters

-2 it was like loud thunder

-3 it was harpers playing their harps

Rev 14:3 (NASB) “And they *sang a new song before the throne and before the four living creatures and the elders; and no one could learn the song except the one hundred and forty-four thousand who had been purchased from the earth.”

(b) He hears a new song being sung – v. 3 – Ps. 40:3; Ps. 144:9

-1 before the throne

-2 before the four living creatures

-3 before the elders

-4 which no one can learn

*except the 144,000

Who have been purchased from the earth

Psalm 40:3 (NASB) “He put a new song in my mouth, a song of praise to our God; Many will see and fear And will trust in the LORD.”

Psalm 144:9 (NASB) “I will sing a new song to You, O God; Upon a harp of ten strings I will sing praises to You.”

I think sometime we sing songs we have no business singing. We sing songs about prayer and if the truth be known we are not praying. We sing songs about obedience but if the truth be known we are not obeying. We sing songs about faith but we don’t practice what we sing about. Take for example the words:

“All to Jesus I surrender, all to him I freely give;

I will ever love and trust him, in His presence daily live.

I surrender all, I surrender all

All to thee my blessed Savior, I surrender all.”

Have we ever really surrender all to Him?

But notice this song – can only be learned by the 144,000.

I have learned many songs. Haven’t you? But when I read that no man could learn this song but the 144,000 – to me it implies that these 144,000 have gone through some things that no other person could sing about. This singing here pictures a harmony between the 144,000 and God.


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