A series of seven trumpets are blown, revealing the chaos that will be experienced in the end-times of God’s creation. Jesus is revealed as reigning from his throne in heaven.
As the scroll is unfurled, we are given a picture of what life will look like throughout the generations as we wait for Jesus to return. Whilst some images are disturbing, there is also great encouragement.
As John begins to recount his second vision of heaven, the curtain is pulled back on eternity, and we are ushered into the presence of God.
Jesus addresses seven churches and from these messages we learn what it means to be a part of the community of God’s people – the church.
The book of Revelation begins with a rich description of John’s vision of Jesus Christ himself.