Lamb and King

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  1. Why do the Nations Rage? - (Psalm 2:1-6 - Revelation applies the second Psalm to the present reign of Jesus over the kings of the earth) - {PDF Copy}
  2. Lion or Lamb? - {PDF Copy} - (Is Jesus still the Sacrificial Lamb of God or is he now the Roaring Predatory Lion of the Tribe of Judah?)
  3. The Death and Exaltation of Jesus in the Book of Revelation - {PDF Copy} - (The Past Death, Resurrection, and Exaltation of Jesus is the heart of the book of Revelation)
  4. The Beginning of the New Creation of God - (Revelation 3:14In Jesus, his death and resurrection, the New Creation commenced) - {PDF Copy}
  1. The Death and Exaltation of the Lamb - {PDF Copy} - (In Revelation, the exaltation of the lamb is based on his past Death and Resurrection - The immovable foundation of his present reign)
  2. The Anointed King, the Son of God - {PDF Copy} - Jesus is the promised Messiah, the King who reigns on David’s throne, and the anointed Son of God Psalm 2:1-9)
  3. The Ruler of the Kings of the Earth - {PDF Copy} - (Revelation 5:6-12 - Jesus is exalted to rule the nations because of his Death and Resurrection)
  4. The Messianic Reign in the Book of Revelation - {PDF Copy} - (From its outset, Jesus is already the "ruler of the kings of the earth" in the book of Revelation)
  5. The Unsealed Book - The Time of Fulfillment - {PDF Copy} - (Jesus received royal authority to open the Sealed Scroll because of his past Sacrificial Death)
  6. The Finality of Christ's Advent - {PDF Copy} - (The New Testament refers to one and the final advent of Jesus at the end of this age)
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Cape Disappointment, Washington, by Stephanie Bergeron on Unsplash

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