Tuesday Apr 04, 2023

Sunday 04/02/2023 - A study of the Book of Revelation Pt. 1 ”Things Which Thou Hast Seen” ( Rev. 1:1-8)

“Things Which Thou Hast Seen” (Part 1-Rev. 1:1-8)

*Main thought for today: Have you ever seen Him? If so, are you continually beholding Him (2 Pet. 1:19; 2 Cor. 4:16)? 

    • I. A revelation from                  (1a)

        ◦ Revelation is not a project, but an encounter between the Maker and what He has made.

    • II. A mediator to                 the gap (1b) 

        ◦ Revelation is not of human effort, but intercession (Matt. 11:27). 

    • III. A mystery                          through a messenger (1c)

        ◦ Revelation is carried to the world by believers as holy priests (Acts 8:31; Rom. 10:15). 

    • IV. A grateful recipient                      his call (2)

        ◦ Revelation is a mission of personal delegation, not self-centered gratification. 

    • V. An audience with a pressing                    (3)

        ◦ Revelation gives us a promise, not predetermination. 

    • VI. A                       God for His whole people (4)

        ◦ Revelation is about a God who is not only perfect in essence but also in action. 

    • VII. An                     Savior (5a)

        ◦ Revelation reveals a Jesus who is not weak, but fully capable to deliver and satisfy us. 

    • VIII. A                      Savior (5b-6a)

        ◦ Revelation reveals a Jesus who is not tyrannical, but eager to bless. 

    • IX. A Savior who                     be worshipped (6b)

        ◦ Revelation prompts a worship which does not need to be forced because it is deserved. 

    • X. A Savior who             be worshipped (7)

        ◦ Revelation reveals a Jesus who is inescapable and the One to whom we all must answer. 

    • XI. A              of the chosen (7e)

        ◦ Revelation prompts a heart of faith to say “amen” from first to last. 

    • XII. An omnipotent                      of all (8)

        ◦ Revelation reminds us to not limit an unlimited God with our fears (Heb. 1:10-12). 


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