Centuries before his birth in Bethlehem, God announced through many prophets that he would send the Savior of the world. After he came and purchased redemption and returned to heaven, God announced that he would send him again. Revelation is God's last word before Jesus comes again, this time to seize the throne of Earth, never ever to relinquish it. In Revelation he has disclosed his determined plans for the end of this first creation, "history as we know it," and the inauguration of his glorious eternal kingdom.
There is a palpable fever in the church today for cracking the code of Revelation. This book argues Revelation is not as arcane as many think it to be. It is understandable. With a little help of the right kind, the book is accessible. It is largely a matter of recognizing the primary themes and the macro structure. The discovery and integration of those are the particular groundbreaking contribution of this book. With those the big picture message of Revelation opens like a flower. Is your appetite whetted?