Over the last forty years I have read through and studied the Bible something like twenty times. (I have lost track of the actual number.) This time, when I reflected on how to best finish with my study of the Book of Revelation, I thought I would try a different approach. Many others have sought to characterize this monumental book with varying success. However, the introduction to Revelation offers us this promising exhortation:
“Blessed is the one who reads aloud the words of this prophecy, and blessed are those who hear, and who keep what is written in it, for the time is near.”
Therefore, I would like to share the results of my latest study. Hopefully it will help you partake in the promised blessing.
Linked below is a table divided into 63 rows for the topics (Letters to the 7 churches, 7 Seal Judgements, 7 Trumpet Judgements, 7 Bowl Judgements, etc.) and with 12 columns (Prophetic Scriptures, Theme, Agency of Effects, Realm of Effects. etc.). This worked out to be 756 cellular categories. Included are over 500 Prophetic Scriptures, each linked to the Bible Gateway (ESV).
Here are my Reflections on the Book of Revelation:
Tim Nordgren, 12/03/21