Have you ever read a passage in Scripture and then read it again, and again, and wondered what it is that God wants you to learn from it? As you read Revelation 1:1a, aThe revelation from Jesus Christ, which God gave him to show his servants what must soon take place. a Have you ever wondered: ac What does arevelationa mean? ac What does it mean when John says athe revelation from Jesus Christa? ac How do we resolve being told that this is about awhat must soon take placea and the fact that 2000 years later we are still waiting? Walk with the author as she steps through this fascinating book of Revelation chapter by chapter, verse by verse, seeking answers to the many questions that arise. aYou wonat always agree with my answers, and thatas okay, a says author Valerie LeBlanc. aMy prayer is that my thoughts wonat mislead, but rather that they will cause you to look at Revelation in a new way. That they will cause you to question, to seek out your own answers, and in so doing, draw you into a closer relationship with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.aown questions. In some cases I have found it easy to put the question on the shelf because I dona#39;t feel like it makes ... You might not agree and if thata#39;s the case I encourage you to keep seeking answers. ... I have used the 2011 version of the New International Version (NIV) found online through www.biblegateway.com as anbsp;...
|Title||:||Journeying Through Revelation|
|Publisher||:||WestBow Press - 2015-08-21|