The Solution to live on Gods’ terms. Romans 8 verse 1: From the Message Bible:
“With the arrival of Jesus, the Messiah, that fateful dilemma is resolved. Those who enter into Christ’s being here for us no longer have to live under a continuous, low-lying black cloud. A new power is in operation. The Spirit of life in Christ, like a strong wind, has magnificently cleared the air, freeing you from a fated lifetime of brutal tyranny at the hands of sin and death.”
And if that was not revelation enough to us.
In Revelation which is the last Book of The Bible, the following are most of the topics that can be found.
!. Eternal hope.
2. Letters to the Churches.
3. Worship of the King.
4. The Lion and the Lamb.
5. The Four Horsemen of The Apocalypse.
6. The Dramatic Pause.
7. The wrath of God.
8. The Day of The Lord.
9. The Messenger, the Message and The Meal.
10. The Two Witnesses and One Last Trumpet.
11. The Antichrist and The false Prophet.
12. The Protection and The Power of God.
13. Prelude to Destruction.
14.The Six Bowls.
!5. The Destruction of Babylon.
16. The End of Humanity as we Know it.
18. The Completion of God’s Promises.
19. New Heavens and Earth.
20. Paradise restored.
But unless we know the eternal hope we have, most of the other topics will not be of great help to us. Revelation means ‘revealing’, revealing the end of the age, in which we have nothing to fear because we belong to Our Lord, Our Redeemer and Our Friend.
Revelation would be the hardest book in the Bible to read, if we were to ask for people opinions. Revelation reveals the heart of God, that is the place where believers should be living.
Acts 17 verse 28: tells us: “For In Him, we live and move and exist”.
Revelation is an unveiling to us, about the things that will happen, before Our Lord and Our Friend takes all that believe in Him, to the place which He has made for us to live eternally ‘For ever and ever’. A place that is too wonderful to comprehend, but a place which is our Eternal Hope.
Be excited there is nothing to fear for those who have genuinely accepted Christ Jesus as their Lord and Savoir and Redeemer.
O F J.