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This book on Revelation was not written for the theologian or Bible scholar. It was written for the man on the street –the man who’s been told that Revelation isso full of symbolism that it cannot be understood. It was also written for those who have been told the events of Revelation have already passed and do not apply to us;that they will all take place in the future, long after we’re gone; or that we will not beon earth when they take place—and a dozen other excuses for not understanding the truths that Jesus said we could and should. It was written for the person who has a desire to know what Christ told Johnconcerning the days we live in and for the person who wants to see the unfolding of prophecy, as one event after another takes place—each prophecy expanding and enlarging the next.As you walk through Revelation, chapter by chapter in this easy reading format, your eyes will be opened to the roles played by different nations of the world. Expect a blessing as you read, listen, and keep the things written in this book.You can depend on it, for He promised it!
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