A Commentary on the Book of Revelation Paperback
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A Commentary on the Book of Revelation
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The book of Revelation focuses on the future and can produce two kinds of Christians those who keep away from it and those who can't keep away from it! Both need a more balanced view of its significance. After all, it is the only book in the whole Bible to which God has attached a special blessing and an awful curse. It was written for ordinary people under extraordinary pressure. Suffering is the key to its understanding. It is a manual for martyrdom.
As history draws to a close, all Christians need its message of warning and encouragement.
This is the first in a major new series in which David Pawson invites the reader to Come with me through . . . a book of the Bible.
A Commentary on the Book of Revelation by David Pawson was published by Anchor Recordings in May 2013 and is our 16429th best seller. The ISBN for A Commentary on the Book of Revelation is 9780957529014.
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A Commentary on the Book of RevelationPhelim McIntyre, via The Good Book Stall
Most Christians, myself included, have avoided going much further than the end of chapter 3 of the book of Revelation. Is it history? Is it prophecy? Much of the book of Revelation relies on imagary from the Old Testament and from the culture around the Near East during the First Century. Because of this most lay Christians find Revelation confusing. In Come With Me Through Revelation David Pawson takes time to explain the Old Testament symbolism and why John used it. He also looks at cultures suffering persecution around the world and how they view the book of Revelation. Come With Me Through Revelation is not a commentary, though it works on this level, rather it is a “rough guide” to one of the most complex books in the Bible.
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Details for A Commentary on the Book of Revelation
|Author / Artist||David Pawson|
|Publisher||Anchor Recordings (May 2013)|
|Number of Pages||250|
|Page last updated||13th October 2009|