Sermons on Revelation

Sermons on Revelation

Revelation 1:9-20

In Revelation 1:9-20 John hears a voice and is confronted with the glory of the speaker. Why heed the revelation found in this book? Because the one who gives it is incomprehensibly glorious. He is the radiantly pure high priest by whom we approach God. He is the judge of all the earth whose eyes are like flames of fire and from whose mouth comes a sharp two edged sword. His appearance is like the sun shining in all its…

Revelation 1:4-8

Revelation 1:4-8 contains a greeting from the triune God and a doxology of Christ, who saved sinners from their sins and who is coming back to judge the world. God is glorious and worthy of praise in light of who He is and what He’s done to save sinners.

Revelation 1:1-3

The book of Revelation opens with John telling us that he has received a revelation from Jesus. Though the book of Revelation appears to be a closed book of great obscurity to many, its name tells us that its basic purpose is to reveal. The message is meant to be understood, and those who understand it are blessed.