7 Visions 7 Truths is a book that will change your life. Within the book of Revelation God has recorded seven visions, each containing a message about this world that you need to know. 7 Visions 7 Truths shows how the seven messages combine to explain what is happening in this world every day and to reveal your purpose within God's master plan. Pastor Scherbarth wrote 7 Visions 7 Truths to open the book of Revelation to everyone. Whether you are a Bible expert or a Bible novice, 7 Visions 7 Truths will make it possible for you to read Revelation and to understand what God is revealing in this important book. The seven truths of Revelation will change your life forever.
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About the Author
David Scherbarth has been a pastor in Lutheran congregations for 40 years. He graduated from Northwestern College in Watertown, WI with a bachelor of arts degree in 1970. He graduated from Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary in Mequon, WI in 1974 with a Master of Divinity degree. In the years that followed, Pastor Scherbarth deepened his Bible knowledge by studying and teaching God's word in congregations large and small from New England to the Midwest. 7 Visions 7 Truths is the product of his extensive study and teaching experience.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Very Enlightening! I have read through this book twice and continue to be amazed at how easy it is to understand. I especially appreciated the references to the basic Bible reading principles, they kept me from coming up with my own interpretation. I plan to read it again with a couple of friends so we can discuss how these visions and truths affect out lives.
Awesome book! It is very easy to read and understand. Instead of just explaining what the 7 visions symbolize, the author explains the connections between the visions, creating one unified message. The first three chapters would be very helpful to the average reader. Good reminder for more advanced readers. After explaining what the Bible reading principles are he demonstrates them throughout the book and calls attention to the fact that that is what he is doing. I like the Biblical references he points out to explain and tie the messages in Revelation to the rest of the Bible. It shows that the messages in Revelation are found throughout Scripture. Other books on Revelation are kind of like working on a puzzle without the box cover. We know the blue pieces are sky and the green pieces are grass, and we have those sections put together. But aren't really sure how those sections all go together. Suddenly we have found the box cover with the picture on it and it is clear what the whole picture is. It also is a great comfort with all the things seemingly spiraling out of control right now.