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A Little Bible Q & A For Your Day & A Free Offer

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Posted by: Eddie Ingram
Date: Jun 01 2017 4:58 PM

Hey Everybody,

I hope your week has been a success.  I hope you are gearing up for a profitable weekend. 

Wednesday night we completed our DVD series on "Where Do We Go When We Die".  We have that DVD available to anyone who wishes to have one.  You can pick one up at the building or, if you cant get to the building, we can mail you one. Please email me if you would like to have a copy of this extremely educational DVD.

I hope you are planning to join us Sunday for Bible class and worship.  For today, here is a little Q & A.

The Question:

Dear Brother:  I have read several commentaries on the book of Revelation, and they differ a lot.  Some think the events described have already happened, others believe that they are yet future.  I am confused.  Please explain.

The Answer:

The book of Revelation is written in symbolic language, rather than the simple language that is evident in Matthew and Acts, for example.  For that reason, the book has given rise to a plethora of far-out religious ideas.  But the major premise of the book is really very simple.  It is when we try to use the book to prove a point, or try to explain every symbol to fit our preconceived ideas, that the weird ideas get started.

So what is the premise of Revelation?  There is a great spiritual battle going on between Christ and Satan.  All mankind is involved in this battle on one side or the other.  And Christ wins.  That is it.  And those who serve the Lord Jesus are winners with Him.  Every "scene" which unfolds before the eyes of John and is recorded in Revelation relates to that spiritual battle. The book was written to instruct and comfort those of John's day and those who would live later, including us (Rev. 1:1-3).  If you keep in mind that premise of the book, your study of it can be very productive.  If you try to make it a "history of the world written beforehand" you will be subject to every wild speculation and never really profit from the book.

I hope this helps.

Have a great weekend.  Come See Us We'd Love To Have You!

Mitch Robison

Enon Church Of Christ

1366 Enon Road

Webb, AL 36376

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