Revelation 5:1-14

In heaven John sees the majesty of God, with a seven-sealed scroll representing the Title Deed of the Earth, and a Lamb representing the Lamb of God who gave his life for the sins of the world.

Revelation 4:7-5:1

A look behind the curtain in the heavenlies, with rainbows, and four living creatures representing creation and different aspects of the Lord Jesus Christ. Winged seraphim constantly sing "Holy, Holy, Holy, is the Lord God Almighty who was, and is, and is to come.

Revelation 4:1-6

A glimpse of the throne room in Heaven, with God's bejeweled seat, lightnings, and surrounded by 24 crowned elders also on thrones, representing the churches of all time.

Revelation 3:20-4:1

Jesus extends an invitation to an apostate church, but also to the individual who is in sin: I'm knocking at the door, open up and let me in. I want to come in and have fellowship with you.

Revelation 3:16-19

The letter to the church at Laodicea, which thought they were wonderful, but they were really detestible in the sight of Jesus.

Revelation 3:13-15

McGee says the Philadelphia church represents the church age that will see the Lord return in the Rapture, keeping the true faithful from the hour of temptation, leaving an apostate church behind.

Revelation 3:7-13

The letter from Jesus to the church at ancient Philadelphia, a church who was commended for their faithfulness in the face of persecution.

Revelation 3:3-7

Jesus's letter to the church in ancient Sardis, a church that had a reputation for being alive, but was actually ready to die. They needed to wake up and complete the work they were commissioned to do.

Revelation 2:16-3:2

The letter from Jesus to the ancient church at Thyatira, which had been infiltrated with demonic teachings by a self-proclaimed prophetess with the spirit of Jezebel. The faithful are rewarded with "hidden manna" and "a white stone with a new name written on it."

Revelation 2:12-15

What is the "teaching of Balaam?" We get a clue in Jesus's personal letter to the ancient church at Pergamum, "where Satan's seat is."

Revelation 2:8-12

The Lord's personal letter to the church at ancient Smyrna, a poor and stressed gathering who were suffering for their testimony of faith in Christ.

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