The Book of Revelation Chapter 1 thru 11


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         The Book of Revelation is one of the most misunderstood books of the Bible, and it is also the last book of the Bible documented by John, one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus Christ. The revelation that took place was experienced while John was on the Island of Patmos. It was authored by Jesus Christ himself in a vision given to John for the Word of God and for the testimony of Jesus. We note a warning in chapter 22:18-19, that we are not to add or subtract from The Book of Revelation, for this will bring destruction to whoever does this. This illustrates the importance of this book for the understanding and comprehension of the last day’s prophesy for the just and the unjust. This book needs to stay true. In chapter 22:19 Jesus says “And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book”. This statement is for those who would do wrong concerning Jesus’ testimony to help assure this would reach the inhabitants of the earth in its true state without corruption. However, in chapter 1:3, it also states that “he who listens and reads the book will be blessed and should keep those things written in it”. I think God made himself quite clear. For them that read and understand are blessed and those who rewrite the bible needs to take heed!


   John, by himself among the Apostles, remained near Jesus at the foot of the cross on Calvary alongside several women including Jesus’ Mother Mary and the ex-prostitute Mary Magdalene. He also followed the instructions of Jesus from the cross telling John to take Mary, the mother of Jesus, into his care. This was the last legacy of Jesus. What an honor and responsibility to be placed on John. Somehow I think this is one reason why John was selected in writing The Book of Revelation, over all the other Apostles.


   Unfortunately, for his testimony and outstanding beliefs of Jesus, John was imprisoned in Rome during the reign of Roman Emperor Domitian. He was sentenced to be boiled in oil at the Colosseum. He supernaturally, through the protection of God, was not harmed with burns nor did he endure any suffering from the scalding oil. Those who witnessed this miracle said he crawled out of the boiling oil pot unharmed. It is also said that all at the Colosseum who saw this take place were converted to Christianity upon witnessing this divine intervention. Could you imagine the Roman soldiers who threw him in and then saw this for themselves? They must have been terrified that John would have the power to kill them when he came out of the pot of boiling oil. However, we know John would not have done such a thing even if he could have.



      Continued in the book “The Second Heaven Invasion”…


    

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