The Book of Revelation

When someone expresses interest in reading the Bible for the first time, we know to point them in a certain direction. Most people would recommend the book of John, some would suggest any of the Gospels, others might point the person to Genesis: the very beginning. While all of the Bible is important, some books are just a little more difficult to digest than others. One of those trickier books is the book of Revelation. Talking about the end of the world is not a light subject. In fact, it’s hard to read Revelation without noticing the strong message of judgment throughout. The book of Revelation begins with very specific messages written to very specific groups of people who were alive when this book was originally written. Within the message, we learn about certain characteristics of the people in these churches. Some were doing okay, some were not, just like the students in your group. Regardless of where the groups fell (or where your students fall), it’s important to remember the clear message: there are consequences to our actions and how we live. We are responsible for our choices.

Inside The Guide

Each guide is broken up into six weeks. Below is a small insight into each week.

Seven Churches

What can I learn about what to do and not do based on the seven churches in Revelation?

Seven Seals

What does this part of Revelation teach me about praising God? How can this motivate me to pray to God?

Seven Trumpets

What can I learn about the connection between God’s righteousness and God’s wrath?

Seven Angels, Plagues, Bowls

What can the significance of the seven angels, plagues, and bowls teach me about my relationship with God today?

Final Conflict

What is the final outcome for Satan? How does this influence my big picture perspective of the current conflict between God and Satan?

Final Judgment

What will difference be between now (today) and eternity?

 

The Book of Revelation will be available June 2021.