Revelation-6

Revelation Chapter 6

Christ’s worthiness is proved and provided by His entering our human world as a baby first, then, as a man, lived a life on our behalf. He was killed and His blood spilled for us, for the covering of our sins. He paid the ransom for us all, regardless of nationality or position, for all who are unworthy (and all of us are unworthy). 

This passage warns us of what is coming in the daily sufferings of life and in the finality of end times. Be prepared, frugal, wise, and be ready for anything. 

Revelation 6: 1-8   “The Four Horseman”    

Exegetical look into Revelation 6: 1-4  Key word analysis 

Exegetical look into Revelation 6: 5-8  Key word analysis 

The Four Main Views of Revelation 6: 1-8 

What does this passage mean to me? 

What does Revelation 6: 1-8 mean to us now? 

This means that when times are tough and there is rationing, making sure one is a wise steward of their goods and services is important. This is a warning not to waste but get ready for food shortages that are common in war and tribulations.

 

Revelation 6: 9-17  “The Promise of Vindication”    

Exegetical look into Revelation 6: 9-11 Key word analysis 

Exegetical look into Revelation 6: 12-17 Key word analysis 

The Four Main Views of Revelation 6: 9-17 

What does this passage mean to me? 

What does Revelation 6: 9-17 mean to us now? 

Talking about judgment is not a “happy-go-lucky” subject; it is a reality. Judgment is about His grace and His love. How can this be love? Because, love protects and love cares. If there were no consequences for misappropriate action and sin, then love would be absent and God would not care for His creation or the ones He has chosen to elect

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One thought on “Revelation-6

  1. Neat! I’m pregnant with my second child and can’t wait for the due date, even though I know a few things there’s plenty I don’t. Thanks for the information, you don’t know how much I appreciate it.Thanks!Darla

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