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THE BOOK OF REVELATION Composition 1 The date CONTENTS PREFACE OR ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ii INTRODUCTION n IGeneral Information About Revelations IIThe Rapture IIIThe Seal Judgments IVThe Trumpet Judgments VThe Bowl or Woe Judgments VIWhat Happens After the Seven Year Tribulation APPENDIX n SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY n LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS IIllustration 1 n IIIllustration 2 n IIIIllustration 3 n IVIllustration 4 n VIllustration 5 n LIST OF TABLES ITable 1 n IITable 2 n IIITable 3 n IVTable 4 n VTable 5 n Revelations is the last book of the bible it outlines Gods final plan for mankind The word revelation comes from the Greek work apokalupsis which means the uncovering the unveiling or the disclosing Revelations page 13 God gave the message of revelations to his son Jesus Christ He wanted Jesus to pass it on to his servants so Jesus passed it to an angel the angel gave it to John and John gave it to the church Revelation 11 Gods purpose for Revelation was to let the church know what is to come in the future The book of Revelation outlines the rapture the seven year tribulation and the second coming of Jesus to set up His millennium kingdom The word rapture is not in the English translation of the bible It is however found in Latin translations of the bible It appears as the word rapere which means to be caught up plucked up or taken by force When this event happens all living and dead Christians will be snatched up to be with Christ Discovered at least five biblical facts about the manner of Christs second coming The event will occur suddenly when it is least expected by the world in general It will involve the personal physical return of Christ Himself When Jesus ascended into heaven He informed
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