by Terry Briley
In this study, you will learn that the book of Revelation is neither a riddle about the date of Christ's return nor a message only for Christians facing violent persecution. Rather, it speaks to all Christians in all ages who face the challenge of being faithful witnesses between Christ's resurrection and his triumphant return.
Using the method of study established in previous Meditative Commentaries, readers will gain a deeper insight into the meaning of this last book of the Bible. And they will see that Jesus is more than a mere man. He is God's Son ... the Conquering Lamb.
Do you want a deeper, more fulfilling way of Bible study? Do you want to know God through Scripture—not just to know the teachings, but to have a relationship with the Teacher? Perhaps you want to begin daily Bible reading, but need guidance. Or you need a guide for family Bible study. Or your small group Bible study needs revitalizing.
This meditative commentary is for you. There are many commentaries on the books of the Bible and workbooks for Bible study, but this series is different. It employs the classic Christian method of "holy reading" to help you hear the voice of God.
Holy reading involves slowly engaging a short passage of Scripture, listening closely, reading repeatedly, praying the words, and perhaps sharing with fellow believers. God will bless us, our families, and our churches if we take the time to be still, listen, and do his word.
Terry Briley is Dean of the College of Bible and Ministry at Lipscomb University, Nashville, Tennessee. He holds degrees from Lipscomb University and Hebrew Union College.
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