Revelation-10

Revelation 10:1-7  Introduction 

This passage is related to Daniel 10:5-6 and Ezekiel 2:1-3:11, as John further warns what God has already decreed. This little scroll is unfolded to us in the upcoming chapters, as some of its contents are made known. John is witness to these events, an example to us as a Church that one day, we too will witness these events at their fruition.

Exegetical look into Revelation 10: 1-4  Key word analysis

Exegetical look into Revelation 10: 5-7  Key word analysis

The Four Main Views of Revelation 10: 1-7 

What does Revelation 10: 1-7 mean to us now? 

God does not always tell us everything because we may not be ready for it, or we may not be able to handle it. Perhaps with John, it was both. We can still trust that His judgment and what He gives us is sufficient. We have all we need in His Word to know Him, grow in Him, and make Him known.

Revelation 10:8-11 Introduction  

Take God’s Word and Eat It! This passage is more about receiving God’s Word for life—like food that is necessary and instrumental for us to survive and thrive; it is for sustenance and joy, as His precepts are. Why are they bitter? Because God’s ways must go deep within us, changing us from the inside out.  

Exegetical look into Revelation 10: 8-11  Key word analysis 

The Four Main Views of Revelation 10: 8-11 

What does Revelation 10: 8-11 mean to us now? 

This passage is also about how God’s Word must first transform and “affect” us before it can be used to have an “effect” on others. The Gospel must be experienced and be impacting before it can be used to make an impact upon others. As we feed on His Word, we grow from His precepts, and who we are and what we can be are significantly enhanced from His work in us; thus, our efforts to bring Him glory will in turn flourish. His precepts convict and challenge us to move from our means and ways to His Way. This causes us to transform and be challenged—a process that takes its toll on our will, satisfaction, resolution, and pride. Its ultimate bitterness is the cost of our surrender as He becomes more in us and we become less to ourselves. His Word becomes a greater part of us…

 

 

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