Revelation 22:1-6 Introduction
The Water of Life! We have access to God and His life-giving blessings and renewal! Now, the angel shows John more of Heaven—the water and river of life flowing from God Himself, coursing down upon His faithful, watering the Tree of Life.
Revelation 22:1-6: What are the Contexts?
Exegetical look into Revelation 22:1-3
Exegetical look into Revelation 22:4-6
The Two Prevailing Views of Revelation 22:1-6
(Chapters twenty-one and twenty-two deal with the literal versus non-literal interpretation of Scripture).
This incredible passage is more about hope—hope that we need more than anything else including eschatology, the study of end times. Our hope of Heaven is our fuel, our motivation—like gas is to a car; it will get us through life, the great times and the tough times, our adversities, so our soul will travel well.
Thoughts and Applications for Revelation 22:1-6
Revelation 22:7-20 Introduction
Jesus is Coming! Jesus is coming back! There is no doubt. He is God, and as the Word, He keeps His word and He shall return. John testifies, under the greatest oath that can be, that all he has said is true, and he reminds his people (and us) to make sure we do not any wrong, rather we must do what Christ has told us to do.
What are the Contexts of Revelation 22:7-20?
Exegetical look into Revelation 22:7-13 Key word analysis
Exegetical look into Revelation 22:14-20 Key word analysis
The Two Prevailing Views of Revelation 22:7-20
Thoughts and Applications for Revelation 22:7-20
Too many Christians get so captivated and fixated on His second coming that they miss the main point. His coming again is not about when or how, but what are we doing to prepare for it. That preparation has to do with our faith formation more than anything else. Christ wants us to be loyal and obedient to His Word in precepts and call. He is calling us, His people in His Church, to Him!