Revelation Audio Class
The book of Revelation was written as the concluding act of all of Biblical prophecy. It's imagery comes directly from the Hebrew prophets. There are a multitude of allusions to Old Testament prophecy, and many quotes from the prophets. Revelation was never meant to be interpreted in a vacuum, or only in a New Testament context. Those who attempt to interpret Revelation isolated from the prophecies of the Old Testament make a huge mistake. Most often, Revelation is interpreted based on Western and Greek philosophical presuppositions, instead of Jewish presuppositions. Consequently, its mysteries remain hidden from most Christians.
LGV Revelation Translation w/Notes
The Seven Letters
The First Sequence - The Seven Seals
The Second Sequence - The Seven Trumpets
The Third Sequence - The Saints vs. the Beast
The Fourth Sequence - The Seven Bowls of Wrath
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