The Revelation of Jesus Christ!. A Vision of Jesus Christ (Rev 1:1-20). Introduction to the Revelation (1:1-3) Grace & Peace from God to the 7 Churches (1:4-6) Grace & peace from the Triune God. Christ is listed third and His work expanded upon. The faithful witness
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A Vision of Jesus Christ(Rev 1:1-20) • Introduction to the Revelation (1:1-3) • Grace & Peace from God to the 7 Churches (1:4-6) • Grace & peace from the Triune God. • Christ is listed thirdand His work expanded upon. • The faithful witness • Firstborn of the dead • Ruler of the kings of the earth • Doxology – praise to Jesus Christ for His love and work on our behalf. • The Theme of the Book (1:7-8)
John’s Vision of the Glorious Christ • Christ’s Command to Write (1:9-11) • A Vision of the Glorious Christ (1:12-16) • One like a Son of Man (cf. Dan 7:13-14; Matthew 24:30) • Robe reaching to the feet and girded with a golden sash (cf. Rev 15:6) • Head and hair white like white wool, like snow (cf. Dan 7:9) • Eyes like a flame of fire (penetrating vision to see all things cf. 2:18) • Feet like burnished bronze made to glow in a furnace (cf. Rev. 2:18) • Voice like the sound of many waters (cf. Ezek 43:2) • Holding in His right hand 7 stars (Sovereignty and protection) • From His mouth comes a sharp, two-edged sword (cf. Rev. 2:12, 16) • Appearance like the sun shining in its strength (Matt. 17:2) J U D G E
John’s Response to Seeing the Glorious Christ • John’s reaction (v. 17a) • Christ’s encouragement and command (vv. 17b-19) • Explanation of the seven stars and seven lampstands (v. 20)
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