Revelation-17

Revelation Chapter 17

Revelation 17:1-5   Introduction  

The Great Prostitute, Then, one of the seven angels goes to John and shows him some more details of these judgments, particularly the great prostitute whose evils have influenced so many. Many rulers and governments have succumbed to evil manipulations and refused to heed godly ways. They have sought immorality rather than Christ, and have given themselves to the prostitute of evil as one would do to a regular prostitute while being drunk—a total disregard for responsibility or morality. 

Revelation 17:1-5: What are the Contexts? 

Exegetical look into Revelation 17:1-2  Key word analysis 

Exegetical look into Revelation 17:3-5  Key word analysis 

The Four Main Views of Revelation 17:1-5 

Got Apostasy in your life and church? Did you know that the term “antichrist” means anyone or anything that hides or hinders Christ, and/or prevents people from knowing and worshiping Him, even by Christians? This can be from a misplaced word that attacks someone so deeply they leave and never return to a church, to full-blown apostasy. Read 1 John!  

What Does Revelation have to do with Church Now? 

Why are some Christians so greatly interested in chasing fads and so little interested in effectual truth? 

What does Revelation 17:1-5 mean to us now?

Got Apostasy in your life and church? Did you know that the term “antichrist” means anyone or anything that hides or hinders Christ, and/or prevents people from knowing and worshiping Him, even by Christians? This can be from a misplaced word that attacks someone so deeply they leave and never return to a church, to full-blown apostasy. Read 1 John!

Revelation 17:6-18  Introduction  

The main issue at stake is compromise and how we seek to rationalize our sins as OK, ignoring our Lord, and doing as we please. This is the way of the world that leads to judgment and condemnation. In Christ, there is no condemnation but there is still the choice to do as we please in our Christian lives, which I called “liberty.” He still loves us, but are we going astray in our churches and personal lives? Are we seeking out the harlot and not Him? Remember, this letter is to Christians who are misleading their churches! 

What are the Contexts in Revelation 17:6-18? 

Exegetical look into Revelation 17:6-11  Key word analysis 

Exegetical look into Revelation 17:12-18  Key word analysis 

The Four Main Views of Revelation 17:6-18 

What does Revelation 17:6-18 mean to us now? 

The main prostitution we should worry about as Christians is Church Leadership falling to pride, apostasy, and the ways of the world versus faithfulness to Christ! Never think evil is just in the world and not in our local church. Gossiping in God’s site is as evil as evil can be, just look up “gossip” in a concordance and see what He says about it! So is leading a church our way and not His! How we lead a church says what our real devotion and character is about, is it placating to pride, false agendas and trends or worshiping and glorifying Christ as Lord? How will your church be led?

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