The bad churches in Rev chapter 3 are very similar to many of the active and well-respected churches today! They may have a reputation for being alive with numerous activities, but are actually spiritually dead. Some may be rich, have a long “A list” membership, and say they need nothing. But God says they are pitiful, poor, blind and naked -- spiritually lukewarm; worthless in the eyes of God.
The Coronation of the King is a short commentary on the Book of Revelation showing it is a picture or glimpse of the coming coronation ceremony of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ as King of all kings and Lord of all lords, Sovereign over all the creation of God from a conservative, dispensational viewpoint.
This book explains the terms "the Church," "the Bride," and "the Wife of the Lamb" according to the events described in the Biblical Book of Revelation. The author uses the liturgy for tradition Jewish wedding to shine the light of understanding on the Letters to the Seven Churches mentioned in Revelation. The Chronology of Revelation determines the timeline for the Church, the Bride and the Wife.
Revelation the Fair God is a by-stander's look at the 21st century Church through the lens of Jesus' revelation to John. It is also a layman's no-nonsense walk through the prophecies of Revelation drawing the implications that our times have made obvious. Relevant? More than ever. Important? Vital!
This study examines Revelation in overview, as containing the whole of the Christian Gospel. Written especially for those who are confused by the myriad of conflicting opinions about Revelation, this study shows the simplicity of what's really there. Shows how and why Revelation is essential to understanding Jesus.