The Visions of Revelation: The Glory and Majesty of Christ is a non-technical, popular commentary on the Book of Revelation growing out of sermons preached in Sterling, Kansas and Bible studies with Sterling College students. The book follows the seven part outline of Revelation and unravels the symbols and pictures of this great book, thus presenting the glory of Jesus Christ, the Savior.
Gary S. Day proposes a helpful way to read the book Revelation by following a tried and true method. He follows the "Scripture interprets Scripture" road of inquiry to find a volume where God speaks comforting words to His people of faith in times of trouble. He does this by viewing the book through the allusions, finding a book of encouraging prophecy, and not just one of doom and gloom.
In His letters to the Seven Churches in Revelation, Jesus told each church what they needed to overcome as well as specific promises to those who heed His voice, consider their ways and change their ways. Will we hear Jesus' voice? Will we hear the urgency of His heart? Will we “open the door to our hearts” and have "ears to hear and heed what the Spirit is saying," individually and corporately.
For many the book of Revelation is off limits because it is just too scary. But that's only because the focus of Revelation is misplaced. The main emphasis is not the horrific future events, but the person, power and preeminence of Christ. This eBook shifts the focus to the centerpiece of Revelation, Christ, and gives the reader the ability to comprehend and enjoy this awe-inspiring book.
The Tribulation Church presents a scholarly examination of the Church in the end times. In his insightful exploration of this controversial theological issue, Louis Moesta, M. Div., draws upon original Greek and Hebrew texts to make a convincing case for the posttribulation rapture position.