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A WORD FROM THE HOST
I have had a deep interest in the "Revelation of Jesus Christ" my entire life (I was still in high school when I delivered my first sermon). After serving as a Chaplain's Assistant in the U.S. military, I went on to study for a degree in Divinity. During those years of intense biblical studies, I often thought to myself, "I wish that others could see what I am discovering!"
It is my personal conviction that the Holy Spirit has called me to restore in the minds of fellow believers Christ's victory and ministry as it is revealed in the messages of the four horsemen of the Apocalypse. And now, through the power of technology (this web site), speaking engagements, and personal contacts, I take every opportunity to introduce people to a richer understanding of Christ's last revelation.
It's my sincere prayer that the information here will be a spiritual blessing, enhancing your understanding of God's prophetic Word
and your relationship with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ -- our
Conqueror and King!
James L. Merrills, M.Div.
Email contact: email@example.com
The book of Revelation--"the revelation of Jesus Christ"--is far more than just intriguing symbols, glimpses of church history, or insights into the future. It contains powerful messages that instill hope and encouragement, and merciful warnings. This site has been developed with the purpose of learning more (apocalypse means "to uncover" or "reveal") about Jesus Christ, our Conqueror, Priest
Why you should study Revelation
* It is "the revelation of Jesus Christ." It builds on New Testament themes like the Cross, the gospel and spiritual victory.
* Unlike other books in the Bible, the book of Revelation came directly from Jesus, with a special blessing for all who will read it, and take it to heart. How important is that?
* To a great degree, it's founded on the Old Testament scriptures --the Bible reaches its climax in Revelation. Thus, one is compelled to study all of Scripture.
* Like Daniel, Revelation contains prophecy. Outlining the future, and seeing God working in history, Revelation has instilled hope in God's people throughout the centuries.
* Revelation contains Jesus' final words for His Church -- it carries us through to the end.