Scripture references for Revelation 13 are presented in the table below.
Preterists have misunderstood the sayings of Jesus, quoted by Luke, about “the days of vengeance,” and their teachings have a strong antisemitic flavor, or smell. Jesus said,
Scripture references for Revelation chapter 12 are presented in the table below.
Scripture references for Revelation chapter 11 are provided in the table below.
Scripture references for Revelation chapter 10 are contained in the table below.
Scripture references for Revelation chapter 9 are presented in the following table.
The table below lists scripture references for Revelation chapter 8.
Scripture references for Revelation chapter 7 are presented in the table below.
Scripture references for Revelation chapter 6 are provided in the table below.
Scripture references for Revelation chapter 5 are presented in the table below.
Scripture references for Revelation 4 are provided in the following table.
Scripture references for Revelation chapter 3 are provided in the table below.
Cross references are listed for the 2nd chapter of Revelation in the table below.
When studying the book of Revelation, it is helpful to consider the scriptures that John quoted, or alluded to, when he composed it. This table lists cross references for chapter 1.
Preterism is founded upon a mistaken interpretation of the saying of Jesus, that “This generation shall not pass away, till all be fulfilled.” Of course not all was fulfilled in the first century. Jesus remains alive, and is part of that generation of which he spoke. His generation has not passed away.
A recent preterist response to this was: “If Jesus included Himself in that generation He was the first one to die of that generation. The resurrected Jesus is another generation.” Read more…
Mountains are often referred to in the prophecies of scripture. The symbolic meaning of the promised land is illustrated in God’s blessing of Jacob. In Jacob’s blessing of Joseph, his reference to the height of the mountains suggests elevated ideas, and thinking in a higher mode. His reference to the perpetual duration of mountains and hills suggests they represent things that are eternal, and spiritual in nature.
When Jacob left his father’s house, he spent a night at Bethel, where he dreamed of a ladder whose top reached to heaven, and God stood above it. God made several promises to Jacob; he said, “the land whereon thou liest, to thee will I give it, and to thy seed; And thy seed shall be as the dust of the earth, and thou shalt spread abroad to the west, and to the east, and to the north, and to the south: and in thee and in thy seed shall all the families of the earth be blessed.” [Genesis 28:13-14]
The ladder set up on the earth with angels ascending and descending on it, bringing messages to man from heaven, was connected with the promise of the land. In centuries following the land was associated with many revelations of God. Read more…
In the Olivet Discourse the questions the disciples asked Jesus, when would these things happen? they were referring to the fate of the temple, and wanted to know, what will be the sign of his coming, and of the end of the world? Read more…
Below is a chart illustrating the 70th week. Earlier events are shown at the top, and later events at the bottom. The numbers provided in Daniel 12, and in Revelation 11 & 12, that represent the age of the church, and the time, times and a half, are each provided a vertical column, terminating at the end of the age. The largest number, 1,335 days, extends from the crucifixion of Jesus to the end of the age. The 1,290 days represents the remaining time of the church after the abomination of desolation is set up, and the sacrifices are ended. The 1,260 days represents the remaining time after the book of Revelation was written, which was probably about 95 AD. This corresponds to the 42 months. The 3.5 days, when the two witnesses lie as corpses in the street, is also shown. Read more…
In the prophecies of scripture, animals sometimes represent nations, or categories of people. Jesus is called the shepherd, his sheep are those who belong in his sheepfold, and false teachers are represented by predators such as wolves.
There are many prophecies which refer to horses. In some of those prophecies, horses represent people who lack understanding, and their riders are those who guide or lead them. David wrote, “Be ye not as the horse, or as the mule, which have no understanding: whose mouth must be held in with bit and bridle, lest they come near unto thee.” [Psalm 32:9] Jeremiah wrote, “They were as fed horses in the morning: every one neighed after his neighbor’s wife.” [Jeremiah 5:8] Read more…
Elements of Ezekiel’s prophecy of the invasion of Gog and Magog are compared with other prophecies in the table below. The parallel prophecies considered include Joel, Zechariah 12-14, and Revelation 9, 19, and 20. Read more…