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Yohanan
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I haven't gone chapter by chapter yet to see if this is totally accurate but thought I'd post it anyway. If you see something that isn't right, post below.Revelation Made Simple

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Thanks Yohanan, this is all correct. However, this view of Revelation does not really tell the story. The book is actually an account of a series of visions given to the Apostle John. Most of these visions intersect and overlap each other in parts, referring to and inferring other passages in the entire Bible. It is not chronological. I believe it was written this way so that nobody can figure it out without knowledge of the Word and guidance from the Holy Spirit.

If you want to be confused about this book, just ask the average theologian to explain it to you :scratch:

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Yohanan
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Yes, Revelation is far to complex to be summed up in a simple graph and this is only meant to be a brief outline, or cheat sheet.

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Thank you Yohanan, I liked the summary, I think it's very helpful.

This is a summary and paraphrase of the book of Revelations, recorded by Jack Kelley. Jack presents the book as if John himself was speaking to you in today's language. I've listened to it many times. It's a very nice version of the book.

https://gracethrufaith.com/audio/revelation-story-john-might-told-today/

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Yohanan
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I haven't listened to it yet but I have always liked Jack Kelley so thanks for posting this, Rick.

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