Revelation 17-22


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  1. Babylon Unveiled - {PDF Copy} - (The interpreting angel exposes Babylon’s true nature – She is a seductive whore stained with the blood of martyrs – Revelation 17:1-6)
  2. Babel Lives! - {PDF Copy} - (In the Bible, Babylon becomes a symbol of the recurring rise of empires and self-appointed world leaders)
  3. Great Harlot Revealed - {PDF Copy} - (Babylon is revealed as a bejeweled harlot dripping with the shed blood of martyred saints)
  4. Babylon Rides the Beast - (Babylon has ridden the Beast from the Sea and its Seven Heads and Ten Horns since the Tower of Babel – Revelation 17:7-13) - {PDF Copy}
  5. The Lamb Overcomes Babylon - (The Lamb overcomes the Great Harlot, Babylon because he is the Lord of lords, and the King of kings – Revelation 17:14-18) - {PDF Copy}
  6. The Rider on a White Horse - (The Messiah “shepherds” the nations by the “word” that proceeds out of his mouth in preparation for the final battle) - {PDF Copy}
  7. Two Beasts Destroyed - (The Rider on the White Horse destroyed the Beast from the sea along with the False Prophet) - {PDF Copy}
  8. Babylon Destroyed - (The annihilation of Babylon, especially her economic power, is the Divine response to her persecution of the saints – Revelation 18:9-24) - {PDF Copy}
  9. Babel Rises Again - (Babylon is both a historical kingdom and symbol of the recurring rise of the World Empire) - {PDF Copy}

  1. Imprisonment of Satan - (The Devil is bound in the Abyss until the appointed time when he is released to launch his final assault against the saints) - {PDF Copy}
  2. Priestly Reign of the Saints - (The saints reign as a kingdom of priests during the thousand years, having overcome the Beast) - {PDF Copy}
  3. Gog and Magog - (Revelation identifies Gog and Magog as the nations from the four corners of the Earth that attack the saints) - {PDF Copy}
  4. Multiple Final Judgments? - (Each of the three sevenfold series in Revelation concludes with a final judgment scene at the end of the age) - {PDF Copy}
  5. Rosh Means "Head" - (The Hebrew term ‘ROSH’ in the book of Ezekiel is not a proper name, but the common Hebrew noun for “head”) - {PDF Copy}
  6. The End of the Dragon - (Satan is released from the Abyss and launches his final attack on the saints, but he is the one who is defeated and judged) - {PDF Copy}
  7. The Third Temple? - (Jesus is the Final Habitation of God, and Revelation says nothing about a rebuilt Temple in Jerusalem during the thousand years) - {PDF Copy}

  1. New Jerusalem Descends - {PDF Copy} - (Following the final judgment, John sees the holy city, New Jerusalem descending from heaven to the earth – Revelation 21:1-8)
  2. New Jerusalem Unveiled - {PDF Copy} - (The physical dimensions and shape of New Jerusalem are presented demonstrating it is ready to be populated – Revelation 21:9-23)
  3. New Jerusalem Inhabited - (New Jerusalem is populated fully in fulfillment of the covenant promise to Abraham to bless all the nations – Revelation 21:24-22:5) - {PDF Copy}
  4. Tale of Two Cities - {PDF Copy} - (An underlying theme in Revelation is the contrast and conflict between two cities, New Jerusalem and Babylon)
  5. City Built by God - (New Jerusalem will be populated in fulfillment of the promise to Abraham to bless all nations) - {PDF Copy}
  6. Epilogue - Revelation - (If anyone fails to keep the words of the book, he will be excluded from citizenship in the city of New Jerusalem – Revelation 22:6-21) - {PDF Copy}
  7. Redeeming the Nations - (The nations and the Kings of the Earth are found in the City of New Jerusalem because of the redeeming work of the Slain Lamb) - {PDF Copy}
  8. Multitudes from the Nations - (The promise to bless all nations in Abraham culminates in the vast multitude of the Redeemed that will inhabit New Jerusalem) - {PDF Copy}
  9. The Shepherd of the Nations - (Jesus is the promised King from the line of David who is shepherding the nations to redemption and residency in New Jerusalem – Revelation 12:5) - {PDF Copy}

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