The book of Revelation exalts Jesus Christ as the soon-coming Lord over the earth. Skip Heitzig explains the amazing and mysterious prophecies that form God’s final word to mankind.
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The chapter by chapter exposition and the layman terms used for teaching and explaining such a difficult topic.
The fascinating facts about the end times.
This was my first time and I have to say that it was amazing.
This Book of Skip Heitzig for me is one of his best, I enjoyed it so much that I read it twice in succession. He has a way with words that leaves you wanting the book to never end.
Revelation comes alive without there being any confusion, a great book for any one wanting to know more about end time.
This is a series of 40+ consecutive sermons that are edited to flow smoothly. Intelligent and humorous throughout
Revelation is the least discussed and perhaps the most interesting book in the Bible. Skip does a great job explaining nearly every verse. He explains many of the original Greek words which help to define the context. He does not push to hard on some of the more ambiguous subjects like how the Anti-Christ will rise, what the locusts are, etc. and at times just says "I don't know." He makes a strong case for a pre-tribulation rapture of the church.
While most of us focus on Armageddon, Rapture, and the Anti-Christ, the most profound part of the Book is after all judgement when everything is made new. Skip did a phenomenal job explaining about our resurrected bodies and the ultimate glory of God. He explains Heaven, Hell, Hades, Abraham's Bosom, and why Paul refers to dead Christians as haven fallen asleep. I wasn't expecting Revelation to be about hope and glory. It turns out to be the most hope filled and glorious book of the Bible. Every Christian needs hear this!
The message is divinely inspired and masterly delivered...thank you, Lord, and thank you, Skip.
Blessed are those who come in the name of the Lord. Amen
if you dont want to know the real truth of how we are going to perish. do not read this book. it tells us how things will end and how bad it will be another great read from skip h. read this at your own risk . h.m.
It is a great look at Revelation. However, severl key parts of Revelation are skipped.
I have not but will do so now
The audio book covers each passage in Revelation for its relevance and applicability. I enjoyed the book. The only problem is that some chapters are missing and instead of them some chapters are repeated.
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