The last book of the New Testament is the Book of Revelation given to John. This book deals with the revelation about Jesus Christ that John received. This book has titles such as “The End of the Age” and “The End of the Age of John”.
Although there are many eschatological narratives in the New Testament epistles and gospels, the Book of Revelation is often referred to as the only eschatological book in the New Testament.
The Book of Revelation has been said to describe the three worlds of earth, heaven, and hell, and the final battle between the forces of good and evil.
The characters and events of the Book of Revelation are realistic, but the writing style is symbolic. It is also believed to contain a long series of spiritual and physical as well as things that have happened, will happen, and will happen. But the mysterious nature of this book has led to debates and disagreements, often unclear even today, among scholars trying to interpret its meaning and message. Another truth is that even today the common believers cannot read and understand this book.
Let’s try to understand this article written in a code language (Language understood only by those who have the Spirit of Christ within) by John in a spiritual vision completely different from what has been interpreted so far.
The author of this work is believed to be John, a beloved disciple of Jesus who wrote the fourth gospel and the last three epistles of the New Testament. But some scholars who do not have the nature of God say that this book was written by another John at the end of the first century without even reading the first chapter of the book. Although the authorship of John the Apostle has been suspected in antiquity, it began to be seriously questioned in the latter part of the 18th century. Because even biblical concepts become untrustworthy if thought in terms of intellect or logic. Some modern uninformed scholars believe that John, who wrote this, was an itinerant preacher from Asia Minor.
As there are various interpretations of this book till today, perhaps the things discussed here may seem meaningless to those who think based on what they have heard in intelligence and logic!
We are not those who are quick to accept any new thing when we first hear it, so first let’s listen and watch the video below and then decide whether we like it or not.
What Will You Learn?
- The Book of Revelation is the authoritative revelation of the fulfillment of God's plans accomplished through Jesus.
- The Book of Revelation describes the judgments and punishments that befell those who challenged God's plans through Jesus and acted against them.
Introduction (See Below Video)