|Introduction||Christ is the Conqueror|
|Chapter 1||Jesus Christ is the Author of Revelation|
|Chapter 2||Congregations are the Light of the World|
|Chapter 3||Congregations are the Light of the World – continued|
|Chapter 4||God on His Throne Rules the Whole Universe from Eternity to Eternity|
|Chapter 5||God Carries Out His Eternal Plan through the Lamb|
|Chapter 6||Christ Sets the Apocalyptic Events in World History in Motion|
|Chapter 7||The Protection of the Militant Church and the Glory of the Triumphant Church|
|Chapter 8||God’s Continual Warning to Repent Through the Seven Trumpets of Judgment|
|Chapter 9||God’s Continual Warning to Repent Through the Seven Trumpets of Judgment – Continued|
|Chapter 10||The Sweet and Bitter Task and the Final Victory|
|Chapter 11||The Final Appeal of Christ to Repent|
|Chapter 12||The Real Reason for the Struggle between the Church and the World is the Warfare between Christ and Satan|
|Chapter 13||The Political and Religious Instruments of Satan Employed in His War Against Christians|
|Chapter 14||An Encouragement for Believers, a Final Warning for Unbelievers and the Final Judgement|
|Chapter 15||The Outpouring of the Seven Bowls Containing the Seven Last Plagues|
|Chapter 16||The Outpouring of the Seven Bowls Containing the Seven Last Plagues – Continued|
|Chapter 17||The Seductive Instrument of Satan Employed in His War Against Christians|
|Chapter 18||The Punishment of Babylon Represents the Destruction of the Godless World|
|Chapter 19||The Celebration of Victory in Heaven and the Final Battle on Earth|
|Chapter 20||Summary of the Struggle Throughout the Whole New Testament Period|
|Chapter 21||The New Heaven and the New Earth and the New Jerusalem|
|Chapter 22||The New Jerusalem and Final Exhortations of Jesus Christ|
Maybe you think that the book of Revelation is incomprehensible and possibly the most difficult book in the Bible to understand. Satan would like you to think that, because the book of Revelation proclaims Christ’s victory over Satan! The book of Revelation does not intend to scare you. On the contrary, it encourages you with the fact that Jesus Christ reigns supreme and that you are ‘more than conquerors’ through Christ both now as well as in the future at Christ’s second coming. The purpose of this study is to help you understand the book of Revelation.
The book of Revelation is an apocalypse, an unveiling or revelation of the message of Jesus Christ by means of visions that contain symbols and numbers. Jesus Christ himself gives us the keys to interpret the book of Revelation. He determines the rules by which it should be explained.
There is also a Dutch version of these studies.
And in addition there is an extensive commentary on the book of Revelation, only in English, with “a summary of the second coming” and “a study on dispensational and covenant theology” (2008, 718 pages).