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Book of Revelation PowerPoint 302

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This is a major work on the Book of Revelation: A Christological- Gospel Reading by Daniel Berchie, PhD. It seeks to explain the Book of Revelation as written by John.Introduction of the Course Discuss: Authorship, Provenance, Date Destination, Occasion, Purpose, Hermeneutics of Revelation The book of Revelation is a rare book found in the shelves of many Christians due to its predominant symbolic texture. Some have found comfort with it because of its message of hope of God’s intervention in human history to end suffering. As those who have been purchased by the blood of the lamb, what should be our attitude towards the book since the book was written for believers? There is need of a much closer study of the Word of God; especially should Daniel and the Revelation have attention as never before.... The light that Daniel received from God was given especially for these last days.—Testimonies to Ministers and Gospel Workers, 112, 113 (1896). “The unfulfilled predictions of the book of Revelation are soon to be fulfilled. This prophecy is now to be studied with diligence by the people of God and should be clearly understood. It does not conceal the truth; it clearly forewarns, telling us what will be in the future.”—A New Life [Revival and Beyond]1:96 (1903). The Christological-Gospel approach views the scope of the Gospel in reference to the incarnation of Jesus, vicarious sacrifice, exaltation as enabled by the Holy Spirit and occasioned by the Father, which requires every human being to recognize the Father’s love and accept the vicarious sacrifice and the lordship of Jesus evidenced by the empowerment of the Holy Spirit to demonstrate the Fear of God daily while awaiting the final redemption at the Parousia (Matt 5:16; John1:1-14; 3:16; 1 Cor Rom 1:2-5; 8:18-23; 2 Tim 4:1,7-8; 2 Pet 1:1-12). The Gospel is intended for every human being and that its beneficiaries are to bear witness to their experience of being redeemed; those who reject this new way of G

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