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Revelation: Undefeated

Introduction, part 5
f. The Subject of Revelation is Jesus revealed completely. Can you imagine Christianity without the Revelation? Ponder for a moment what would the hope have been throughout the last two millennia of Christians and their relation to the plan of God through Jesus Christ. God’s Messiah was not for the Jews only, but He was revealed to be the “Light of the Gentiles.” He was born in abject poverty, lived most, if not all, of his life in obscurity by the world’s standards. Jesus the Son of Man was misunderstood by his peers, from his closest disciples to His most ardent critics. What if this Anointed One had only been described in the pages of the inerrant, inspired, infallible Scriptures of the New Testament by only the gospels and the epistles of six, perhaps seven, early disciples, but not by the Book of Revelation. There is an insatiable desire to know even more than what we now know through the Bible. But because of the book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ, penned b…