Revelation 4-11


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  1. Second Division - Outline - {PDF Copy} - (An outline of the Second Literary Division of the Book of Revelation from Chapter 4 through Chapter 16)
  2. An Absent Church? - (Revelation is a message to the church, the people of God, and one concerned with its situation on the Earth) - {PDF Copy}
  3. I Came to be in Spirit - (On four different occasions, John found himself in the Spirit where he was transported to a new location to receive another vision) - {PDF Copy}
  4. The Throne - (The image of the Throne presents the reader a picture of God reigning over all things at the center of the Creation – Revelation 4:1-11) - {PDF Copy}
  5. The Sealed Scroll - (The One Sitting on the Throne held a scroll sealed shut by Seven Seals, and the universe was searched for one worthy to open it – Revelation 5:1-4) - {PDF Copy}
  6. Worthy is the Lamb! - (The central figure in John’s visions is the slain Lamb who alone is worthy to open the sealed scroll and receive sovereignty over all thingsRevelation 5:5-14) - {PDF Copy}
  7. Priestly Kingdom - {PDF Copy} - (Disciples reign with Jesus as priests who render service in his Tabernacle and mediate his light and Word in the World)
  8. Lamb and King - (Jesus is the slain Lamb, the true Messiah of Israel sent by God to redeem humanity and Shepherd the Nations) - {PDF Copy}

  1. Opening the Seven Seals - (Upon his arrival before the Throne, the slain Lamb begins to break open the Seven Seals that enclose the Scroll – Revelation 6:1 8:5) - {PDF Copy}
  2. The First Seal - (Revelation 6:1-2The Lamb now breaks open the first seal, releasing a rider carrying a bow and riding a white horse) - {PDF Copy}
  3. The Second Seal - (Revelation 6:3-4The second rider is on a fiery-red horse sent to remove peace from the earth by causing men to slay one another) - {PDF Copy}
  4. The Third Seal - (Revelation 6:5-6The third seal releases the rider on the black horse, producing economic hardship) - {PDF Copy}
  5. The Fourth Seal - (Revelation 6:7-8The fourth seal releases a rider named Death who is followed by Hades, gathering up the dead in his wake) - {PDF Copy}
  6. First Four Seals - Aftermath - (The first four seal openings occurred under the watchful eyes of the Lamb and the four living creatures around the throne) - {PDF Copy}
  7. Fifth Seal - Martyrs - (Revelation 6:9-11 - The fifth seal reveals the souls of martyrs underneath an altar from which they cry out for vindication and justice) - {PDF Copy}
  8. Sixth Seal - Wrath - (Revelation 6:12-17 - The Sixth Seal opening ushers in the Day of the Lord, the time of wrath upon mankind) - {PDF Copy}
  9. The Great Earthquake - (The final day of wrath is characterized by unprecedented celestial and terrestrial events, including the great earthquake) - {PDF Copy}
  10. Sealing the Saints - (Revelation 7:1-3God’s servants are sealed before the “four winds of the earth” are unleashed by the four horsemen) - {PDF Copy}
  11. Numbering the Saints - (Revelation 7:4-8144,000 males from the tribes of Israel are numbered and assembled for transit to the Promised Land) - {PDF Copy}
  12. Innumerable Saints - (Revelation 7:9-12 - John now sees an innumerable multitude from all nations standing before the Lamb and the Throne) - {PDF Copy}
  13. Standing Before The Lamb - (Revelation 7:13-17 - One of the twenty-four elders interpreted the vision of the innumerable multitude standing before the Throne) - {PDF Copy}
  14. The Redeemed of the Earth - (In Revelation, the one people of God is composed of the men purchased from every nation by the blood of the Lamb) - {PDF Copy}
  15. Silence in Heaven - (Revelation 8:1-6 - The Seventh Seal forms a transition to the next sevenfold series, the Seven Trumpets) - {PDF Copy}

  1. Sounding the Seven Trumpets - (An overview of the Seven Trumpets and the several intervening events) - {PDF Copy}
  2. First Trumpet - Hail - (Revelation 8:7The first trumpet unleashes a plague based on the seventh plague of Egypt, but with modifications) - {PDF Copy}
  3. Second Trumpet - Burning Mountain - (Revelation 8:8-9The second trumpet harms much of the commerce on which Babylon and the “inhabitants of the earth” depend) - {PDF Copy}
  4. Third Trumpet - Bitter Waters - (Revelation 8:10-11The third trumpet produces a great star that falls onto the sources of freshwater, embittering them) - {PDF Copy}
  5. Fourth Trumpet - Darkness - (Revelation 8:12The fourth trumpet causes a partial darkening of the sun, moon, and the stars) - {PDF Copy}
  6. The Three Woes - (An eagle flying in mid-heaven announces the last three trumpets, the three woes  Revelation 8:13) - {PDF Copy}
  7. Fifth Trumpet, First Woe - (The fifth trumpet unleashes the first of three woes, and malevolent creatures began to ascend from the Abyss) - {PDF Copy}
  8. Sixth Trumpet - Second Woe - (The sixth trumpet is related to the sixth bowl of wrath; both release creatures from beyond the Euphrates) - {PDF Copy}
  9. The Little Scroll - (John saw the scroll again, now unsealed and completely open, signifying his call to prophesy once more to peoples and kings) - {PDF Copy}
  10. Sanctuary Measured - (The sanctuary must be measured before the city can be inhabited, but first, it must be trampled underfoot) - {PDF Copy}
  11. Forty-Two Months - (The forty-two months and 1,260 days both refer to the same prophetic period when the saints are persecuted) - {PDF Copy}
  12. Two Witnesses Testify - (The Two Witnesses must complete their testimony before the Beast is unleashed from the Abyss - Revelation 11:3-6) - {PDF Copy}
  13. The Beast from the Abyss - (The Beast first appears when he ascends from the Abyss to wage war on the Two Witnesses after they complete their testimony) - {PDF Copy}
  14. Two Witnesses Slain - (Persecuted by the impenitent inhabitants of the earth, the Two Witnesses lie dead on the main street of the Great City) - {PDF Copy}
  15. Seventh Trumpet - Third Woe - (The seventh trumpet or second woe ushers in the consummation of the kingdom and the final judgment) - {PDF Copy}
  16. Babylon Then and Now - (The story of Ancient Babylon’s demise is reflected in the Sixth Trumpet and the Sixth Bowl of Wrath in the Book of Revelation) - {PDF Copy}

  1. The Abyss - (The Abyss is the source of satanic attacks against the church even though it remains under the authority of the Lamb – Revelation 11:7) - {PDF Copy}
  2. The Ascent - (Repeatedly, Satan and his forces ascend from the deep pit to attack the men and women who belong to the Lamb) - {PDF Copy}
  3. Preaching Another Jesus - {PDF Copy} - (Is Jesus still the slain Lamb, or has he become the roaring Lion of Judah hellbent on exacting payback from his enemies and those of the church?)


Destruction of Babylon

The Little Horn