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Date Title "Revelation, Part 1"  Chapters 1 through 7
Feb. 5
9:30 a.m.
Introduction
to
Revelation
Introduction to Apostle John's "Revelation"

• Author, Date, Place of Writing, Purpose, and Recipients

• Review of the Four Main Interpretive Views of Revelation


For review and application: Click here1. When have you had a "revelation" that you were eager to share with someone?
2. Who wrote the book of Revelation, and where was he when he wrote it?
3. To whom was the book addressed?
4. Why is Rome portrayed negatively?
to read the questions Tim will ask.
Feb. 12
9:30 a.m.
Prologue,
Greetings
and Doxology
"Prologue" and "Greetings and Doxology" (1:1–8)

Listen to the first chapter recited by Max McLean of The Listener's Bible.

For review and application: Click here1. Would you receive the Lord's blessing by reading and hearing Revelation?
2. Chapter 1 introduces whom in his current role with respect to the Church?
3. What are the meanings of the titles given to Jesus (vv. 5–6)? What three things does Christ do for us?
4. How will you personalize and pass along the blessing of verse 3?
to read the questions Tim will ask.
Feb. 19
9:30 a.m.
One Like a
Son of Man
"One Like a Son of Man" (1:9–20)

Listen to this chapter.

For review and application: Click here1. What religious pictures adorn the walls of your house? Your mind?
2. What's significant about John's circumstances (v. 9) and the day when he received this vision (v. 10)?
3. What is the meaning of the seven stars? The seven lampstands?
4. What does it mean for a church to be a light?
to read the questions Tim will ask.
Feb. 26
9:30 a.m.

To the Church
of Ephesus

"To The Church of Ephesus" (2:1–7)

Listen to this chapter.

For review and application: Click here1. What do you know about the church of Ephesus (See Acts 19)?
2. What good things characterize this church?
3. How might its strengths have been the cause of its failure? What do you think their weekly worship was like?
4. Why was repentance necessary for the Ephesian church ?
to read the questions Tim will ask.
Mar. 4
9:30 a.m.

To the Churches
of Smyrna and
Pergamum

"To the Church of Smyrna" and "To the Church of Pergamum" (2:8–17)

Listen to this chapter.

For review and application: Click here1. What problems is the church of Smyrna facing? How can they be both poor and rich?
2. What do Jesus' words to the church in Smyrna teach about suffering?
3. Has it been harder to live out your faith when you've been poor, or when you've had enough money? Why?
4. What's the significance of the sword (v. 16)? The manna and stone (v. 17)?
to read the questions Tim will ask.



Adult Sunday school classes are taught by in House #1.
   Doors open at 9 a.m. for fellowship.
   Worship and prayers begin at 9:15 a.m.
   Class begins at 9:30 a.m. and ends by 10:30 a.m.

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