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? Preaching Another Jesus - {PDF Copy} - (Is Jesus still the Sacrificial Lamb or is he now the Roaring Lion of the Tribe of Judah?)
  3. The 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)
  4. The Beginning of the New Creation of God - (Revelation 3:14In Jesus, his death and resurrection, the New Creation commenced) - {PDF Copy}
  5. Lamb and Messiah - (In Revelation, Jesus began his Messianic Reign following his Death and Resurrection – Revelation 5:6-10) - {PDF Copy}
  6. King and Shepherd - (Jesus is the promised king from the second Psalm who rules from the messianic throne and “shepherds the nations”  Revelation 1:4-6) - {PDF Copy}
  1. 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)
  2. Sovereign over the Earth - {PDF Copy} - (Revelation 1:4-6 - Jesus is exalted to rule the nations because of his Death and Resurrection)
  3. The Unsealed Book - The Time of Fulfillment - {PDF Copy} - (Jesus received royal authority to open the Sealed Scroll because of his past Sacrificial Death)
  4. 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)
  1. The End of the Age - Parousia! - {PDF Copy} - (The Parousia of Jesus will be an event of great finality)
  2. Unlocking Prophecy - {PDF Copy} - (The interpretive key to understanding the book of Revelation is Jesus, the sacrificial Lamb)
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Cape Disappointment, Washington, by Stephanie Bergeron on Unsplash

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