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The Gospel of John presents wonderful stories about Jesus Christ. And 1 John contains many quotable verses that encourage faith, hope and love. How could the same author write the book of Revelation? The enigmatic symbols, fearsome beasts, violence and destruction and apostasy seem so different from John’s Christ-centered writings. But the book of Revelation begins with the claim and promise, “The revelation of Jesus Christ…”
But the book of Revelation begins with the claim and promise, “The revelation of Jesus Christ…” This booklet provides the keys for a fresh look for finding Jesus in the book of Revelation. It paves the way for a 10-session Bible study series called Revelation 101: Finding Jesus in the book of Revelation. Paperback. Copyright 2012. 75 pages.
Revelation 101 provides a fresh look at the last book of the Bible—the book of Revelation. The first verse gives the clue: "A revelation of Jesus Christ." But many have failed to find Jesus or have been confused by the symbolism. Revelation 101 provides a biblical explanation. Instead of looking to current events or guessing about possible future details, Revelation 101 focuses on what God has communicated in the past to know how to relate to the future and live for Jesus in the present.
This participant’s guide provides a collection of materials with spots for additional notes, completion of information, and items for additional study. Spiral bound. Copyright 2012. 134 pages.
This 576-page manual contains everything a presenter needs to give a Revelation 101 seminar. This includes the following components for each of the 10 sessions (90 minutes per session): 1. One-page, brief outline 2. Full outline (5-7 pages) 3. Verbatim (a word-for-word presentation of the entire session) 4. PowerPoint slides 5. Deeper Study materials 6. Participant’s Guide 7. Thumb drive with electronic version of all materials The first two sessions contain the guidelines for prese
With beasts, locusts, horses, plagues, fire, and incessant warfare, how does the last book of the Bible hold true to it's first verse: "The revelation of Jesus"? Now you can uncover many of the elements that have thwarted, confused, or misdirected readers for years. Step back from your preconceived ideas or stop avoiding this highly symbolic book. Discover the key to the code and be amazed by Jesus and how the last book of the Bible reveals Him in bold relief.
Here’s a fresh look at the Book of Revelation—with a focus on Jesus. Use this for your personal awakening to find Jesus in Revelation, use it with a group in a home setting, or have your church host it for the community. Videotaped at the Arlington Seventh-day Adventist Church in 2016, each of the 10 sessions runs for about 90 minutes. A companion Participant’s Guide is available for those who like to take notes and dig deeper while they watch these presentations.
This series, based on the seminar Revelation 101: Finding Jesus in the Book of Revelation, covers the same material for small groups. This set of seven sessions is the first of seven sets of seven sessions. These engage small groups in study, dialogue, interaction, and the application of Revelation to life because they focus on finding Jesus in the Book of Revelation.
2 new Revelation resources have been combined into 1, spiral-bound booklet. One side, called Another Look at Jesus, serves as a follow-up to “Revelation 101: Finding Jesus in the Book of Revelation.” These follow-up studies explore 12 topics in Revelation rather than the verse-by-verse style utilized in “Revelation 101.” The 12 topics are themes throughout Revelation and can be used individually, in small groups, or as a church. Following the 12 studies are the teacher’s guide for all 12 studies
Two new Revelation resources have been combined into one, spiral-bound booklet. The other side of the book, called That’s My Jesus, is a chapter-by-chapter study of Revelation designed for small groups. The relational emphasis of these studies depends on an active Holy Spirit rather than a Revelation expert to explain each chapter. Discussion questions include prompts from which to choose potential answers that spark discussion and personal applications.
This coloring book goes with the 10-session series called Revelation 101: Finding Jesus in the Book of Revelation by Steve Case and Daniel Wysong. Anca Gavril created the artwork in this collection. Each of the 10 sessions includes one blank page and three pages with Revelation passages and artwork to color. Because the Book of Revelation came to John in vision, pictures are the way John originally experienced it. It might be the best way for you to experience it, too.
This coloring book goes with the 10-session series called Revelation 101: Finding Jesus in the Book of Revelation by Steve Case and Daniel Wysong. Milton Coronado created the artwork in this collection. Anca Gavril did the layout. Each of the 10-sessions includes one blank page for kids to create their own Revelation artwork from screatch, followed by three pages––each with a brief summary statement about Revelation passage and artwork to color.