Revelation 21-22


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  1. New Jerusalem Descends - (Following the final judgment, John sees the holy city, New Jerusalem descending from heaven to the earth – Revelation 21:1-8) - {PDF Copy}
  2. New Jerusalem Unveiled - (The physical dimensions and shape of New Jerusalem are presented demonstrating it is ready to be populated – Revelation 21:9-23) - {PDF Copy}
  3. New Jerusalem Inhabited - (New Jerusalem is populated fully in fulfillment of the covenant promise to Abraham to bless all the nations – Revelation 21:24-22:5) - {PDF Copy}
  4. City of Abraham - (New Jerusalem will be populated in fulfillment of the promise to Abraham to bless all nations) - {PDF Copy}
  5. Tale of Two Cities - (An underlying theme in Revelation is the contrast and conflict between two “cities,” New Jerusalem and Babylon) - {PDF Copy}
  6. Epilogue - Revelation - (If anyone fails to keep the words of the book, he will be excluded from citizenship in the city of New Jerusalem – Revelation 22:6-21) - {PDF Copy}
  7. Multitudes from the Nations - (The promise to bless all nations in Abraham culminates in the vast multitude of the Redeemed that will inhabit New Jerusalem) - {PDF Copy}

  1. Redeeming the Nations - (The nations and the Kings of the Earth are found in the City of New Jerusalem because of the redeeming work of the Slain Lamb) - {PDF Copy}
  2. The Age of Salvation - (The Gospel of the Kingdom announced by Jesus of Nazareth offers salvation and life to men and women of every nation and people) - {PDF Copy}
  3. The Testimony of Jesus - (The men purchased from every nation by the blood of the Lamb become priestly witnesses who persevere in the Testimony of Jesus) - {PDF Copy}
  4. Ezekiel's Temple - (Revelation places Ezekiel’s vision of the ideal Temple in the middle of the city of New Jerusalem) - {PDF Copy}

Constellation - Photo by Martin Jernberg on Unsplash
[Constellation - Photo by Martin Jernberg on Unsplash]


Destruction of Babylon

The Little Horn