The Journey - December 19, 2020


Teacher: Gordy Gates

I'm going to take you through a very atypical view of Revelation next week. Start out by reading the last two chapters of Revelation and think about the phrase "All's well that ends well" from Shakespeare's play. If you read the last two chapters of Revelation, things look pretty good. Is that enough? Having journeyed through the Bible for the last 52 weeks and having seen all the stories and the trauma that has occurred on this earth and to know finally that it has a good ending, ask yourself the question "Is that enough?" Could Revelation just have been two chapters to say "Okay. It's going to all turn out well."? We're going to explore that from a very different angle. Come with lots of questions.

Listen to the book of Revelation from BibleGateway: ESVKJVMSGNIV

Outline of Revelation from the Today's English Version

  • Introduction (1:1-8)
  • Opening vision and the letters to the seven churches (1:9 – 3:22)
  • The scroll with seven seals (4:1 – 8:1)
  • The seven trumpets (8:2 – 11:19)
  • The dragon and the two beasts (12:1 – 13:18)
  • Various visions (14:1 – 15:8)
  • The seven bowls of God’s anger (16:1-21)
  • The destruction of Babylon, and the defeat of the beast, the false prophet, and the Devil (17:1-20:10)
  • The final judgment (20:11-15)
  • The new heaven, the new earth, the new Jerusalem (21:1 – 22:5)
  • Conclusion (22:6-21)
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