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REVELATION (Macarthur Study Guide) (udgave 2010)

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The book of Revelation unveils Jesus Christ in glory.  Written by the apostle John, Revelation was a letter to churches in Asia Minor who were feeling the overwhelming effects of persecution from all sides.  This book was a reminder that encouraged them to remain faithful.   Through vivid imagery, John writes Revelation to reveal the end of human history, the return of Christ, and the establishment of a new heaven and a new earth.  Revelation message of hope assures Christians that God is in sovereign control of all past, present, and future events, and that Jesus Christ will judge the lost and rule in ultimate victory over all human and demonic opposition.   The Mac Arthur Study Guide Series provides a twelve week, verse-by-verse examination of the books of the New Testament.  This revised and updated series continues to be one of the best-selling study guides currently available for individuals or small groups.   Features Include: Twelve week study Thought-provoking questions Verse-by-verse commentary Space provided for note-taking… (mere)
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Titel:REVELATION (Macarthur Study Guide)
Forfattere:John MacArthur (Forfatter)
Info:Thomas Nelson (2010), Edition: 41002nd, 144 pages
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The book of Revelation unveils Jesus Christ in glory.  Written by the apostle John, Revelation was a letter to churches in Asia Minor who were feeling the overwhelming effects of persecution from all sides.  This book was a reminder that encouraged them to remain faithful.   Through vivid imagery, John writes Revelation to reveal the end of human history, the return of Christ, and the establishment of a new heaven and a new earth.  Revelation message of hope assures Christians that God is in sovereign control of all past, present, and future events, and that Jesus Christ will judge the lost and rule in ultimate victory over all human and demonic opposition.   The Mac Arthur Study Guide Series provides a twelve week, verse-by-verse examination of the books of the New Testament.  This revised and updated series continues to be one of the best-selling study guides currently available for individuals or small groups.   Features Include: Twelve week study Thought-provoking questions Verse-by-verse commentary Space provided for note-taking

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