This abridged commentary takes a highlighter to the whole book of Revelation--like preparing for a school examination. These highlighted words provide practical means for understanding the main points of God's words in improving daily life.
From complexity comes simplicity and elegance of the seven visions of Revelation. Discover that the vision of Moses' Tabernacle parallels the Lord's Prayer; the vision of the Holy City parallels the Seven Days of Creation; the vision of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse matches the vision of the Four Hallelujahs; the vision of the Trumpets of Justice matches the vision of the Bowls of Mercy; then climatically the middle Arch Keystone, vision four, marks all of God's creation as innocent perfection.
Supporting interfaith quotes come from the Jewish Tanakh, the Islamic Quran, and the Christian New Testament. So, instead of trying to understand geo-political battlefields and theological labyrinths, just sit back and contemplate a few clarified phrases from each of the seven major visions. See also how the shepherd's Psalm 23 aligns as an uncomplicated summary of these seven visions.
From this new nondenominational viewpoint the book of Revelation becomes practical, an archway to bring more peace to daily experience.