by John R. Yeatts


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ISBN-13: 9780836192087
Publisher: MennoMedia
Publication date: 03/25/2003
Series: Believers Church Bible Commentary
Pages: 524
Product dimensions: 5.60(w) x 8.80(h) x 1.10(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1Daniel's 70 Week Prophecy1
Chapter 2Jesus Christ and His Churches7
Church of Ephesus14
Church of Smyrna16
Church of Pergamos18
Church of Thyatira21
Church of Sardis23
Church of Philadelphia25
Church of Laodicea28
The Rapture31
Signs of the Time33
Chapter 3The Rapture and God's Throne35
Revelation Chapter 435
Revelation Chapter 540
Chapter 4The 7 Seals47
Revelation Chapter 647
The 4 Horsemen48
The Martyred Saints and Cosmic Catastrophe54
Revelation Chapter 7 (the 144,000 Jews)56
Tribulation Saints from Every Nationality58
Chapter 5The 7 Trumpets62
Revelation Chapter 863
Revelation Chapter 9 (the 5th, 6th, and 7th Trumpets =3 Woes)66
Revelation Chapter 10 (the Mighty Angel)71
Chapter 6Israelites and the Temple74
Revelation Chapter 1175
Revelation Chapter 1281
The Salvation of Israel (Hosea 5:15-6:2)86
Chapter 7Satan's World Empire89
Daniel Chapter 789
Revelation chapter 1393
Daniel Chapter 8100
The Rise of the European Community103
Daniel Chapter 11105
Revelation Chapter 14121
Chapter 8The 7 Vials128
Revelation Chapter 15128
Revelation Chapter 16131
Chapter 9The Destruction of Babylon139
Revelation Chapter 17141
The Political Emergence of Satan's World Empire144
Revelation Chapter 18147
Chapter 10Armageddon154
Revelation Chapter 19 (verses 1-10)155
The Battle of Armageddon in Joel Chapters 2-3159
The Battle of Armageddon in Zechariah Chapters 12 and 14167
Revelation Chapter 19 (verses 11-21)173
The Battle of Armageddon in Ezekiel Chapters 38-39177
The Final Conclusion188
Appendix AThe Judgment Seat of Christ189

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"This commentary is both a helpful guide to the content of Revelation and a challenge to contemporary Christians to live out the nonviolent faith of Revelation's central figure—Jesus Christ." —Nancy R. Heisey, Eastern Mennonite Seminary, Harrisonburg, Virginia

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