Unlocking Revelation

“Unlocking Revelation” is a 6-part bible study aimed at making the book of Revelation – a book strange visions, perplexing prophecies, and seemingly difficult to decode details – more accessible to readers..

So if you’re interested in learning more about the book of Revelation, or perhaps just enjoying some fun fellowship, make plans to join us, beginning Thurs. Apr. 19th for either our afternoon session, from 1:00-2:30 p.m., or for our evening session, from 7:30-9:00 p.m.

Session 1 (Apr. 19th):“Where to begin?”
We’ll begin with an introduction to the book itself – where it came from, when it was written, who wrote it, and who it was written for…with a focus on the 1st century church in Ephesus. (Ch. 1:1-2:7) Session One study notes

Session 2 (Apr. 26th): “To whom it may concern”
We continue our look at the ‘7 churches of the Revelation’, focusing on the churches of Pergamum and Thyatira. (Ch. 2:12-29) Session Two study notes

Session 3 (May 3rd): “If you’re reading this…”
We continue our look at the ‘7 churches of the Revelation’, focusing on the churches of Smyrna, Sardis, Philadelphia, and Laodicea. (Ch. 2:8-11; 3) Session Three study notes

Session 4 (May 10th): “Drawing on Daniel”
We’ll look at how the book of Revelation draws upon the Book of Daniel, and consider their connection by looking at the historical context of both Daniel and Revelation.

Session 5 (May 17th): “Decoding some details”
We’ll consider the imagery, visions, symbols, and numbers in Revelation – what they meant to its first readers, and what they might mean for us today.

Session 6 (May 24th): “The END of the beginning”
We’ll consider how Revelation impacted the faith of the early church, what it has meant for Christians from the 1st century, to today, and for tomorrow. Session Six study notes


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