The Unveiling of Christ


Speaking of Jesus, the Apostle Paul wrote, “For all the promises of God in Him are Yes, and in Him Amen, to the glory of God through us” (2 Cor. 1:20). Speaking through the Apostle John in the book of Revelation, the Lord himself explains in some detail just how he intends to deliver “all the promises of God.” He does so in himself. That is to say that he is all the promises of God.

“The book of Revelation,” wrote John Walvoord, “gathers in its prophetic scheme the major themes of prophecy which thread their way through the whole volume of Scripture.” Revelation ties the whole Bible together in the person and work of Jesus Christ. So while it reveals how God will bring the history of man to righteous conclusion, it is first and foremost the unveiling of Christ personally. It is all about Christ–who he is and what he does.

The following talk, delivered to the Community Bible Church women’s Bible study, is an overview of the book of Revelation from this perspective. What are it’s Christological themes?

To download the audio, Right-click here and select save.
My apologies for the noise at the end. Forgot to turn the recorder off when I was done.

Click here to get the handout.


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