Discovering Revelation is a Bible prophecy seminar where we look at the good news you can find in the book of Revelation.
The subject of each lesson is Bible prophecy, so the primary focus is the Bible. We will examine what the Bible says, and we’re going to learn principles that help us understand prophecy.
You’re going to discover that it’s not scary - it’s not mysterious - it actually makes really good sense once you have the tools you need to read it.
Each lesson is going to build on the lessons that came before it, so it is best to complete each lesson in order. It will be well worth your time to complete them all!
Bible prophecy isn’t doom and gloom - it’s actually good news. It’s the story of hope. It shows that God’s not out to destroy us; He’s actually trying to save us.
In the book of Jeremiah (29:11), God says, “I know the plans I have for you, declares the LORD, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.”
So, what kinds of things are we going to cover?
Are we really moving to a one-world government? What does the Bible have to say about it?
Our world isn’t the same as it used to be. Is the world on the verge of some really big changes?
What is Armageddon? In this lesson we will look at basic principles and tools that will help you start unraveling Bible prophecy for yourself.
In this lesson we are going to look at the central theme in the book of Revelation. This is an absolutely essential subject!
Who are the horsemen? In this lesson you're going to see that most of Revelation 6 has already happened, or is now taking place.
In this lesson, we’re going to dig deep into Bible prophecy and look at Daniel’s longest time prophecy.
This lesson will continue the study of Daniel begun in part 1. It will take us even deeper into the book of Daniel.
What will it look like? What will it sound like? In this lesson we will see what the Bible says it will be like.
If God is good, and God is all powerful, then why do people have to suffer? In this lesson we will see what the Bible has to say.
There is a battle going on for the hearts and minds of the human race. In this lesson we'll learn from the Bible how to win this battle.
In this lesson we’re going to explore one of the most important themes in Bible prophecy: The “man of sin” who promotes the “mystery of lawlessness” and pretends to be God.
Just before Jesus comes, the Bible says that God’s people will have a special message for the planet, and they will have a special sign that sets them apart as the people who follow the Lamb wherever He leads them.
In this lesson, we’re going to look for something most people assume is in the Bible, and we’ll see if it’s really there. And, it’s directly tied to a big prophetic issue.
There is a train of thought that stretches from the Genesis to Revelation and people who discover this amazing thread experience far more peace of mind.
Revelation 13 includes an incredible passage where a strange-looking beast crawls up out of the sea. It’s a warning about something very serious.
What really happens the moment you die? You’ll be amazed at the level of detail the Bible actually provides.
This lesson will look at how to have your prayers answered. Yes, there really IS a key in the Bible that ensures your prayers will be answered.
What happens to people who reject the kingdom of God? How does a loving God deal with people who don't want anything to do with Him?
The Bible predicts a moment when planet Earth is broken down and virtually uninhabited. Is it possible that all those post-apocalyptic movies have it right?
The Bible has powerful information that can actually extend your life by up to ten years. Many people are living this way and they live better and longer!
Revelation 12 tells of the dragon directing his wrath toward the church. For 1,260 days the woman has to hide in the wilderness - but then what?
This subject is one of the most talked-about subjects in Bible prophecy. In this lesson, we will unpack the rest of Revelation 13.
This lesson will look at a last-day prophecy in the book of Joel that says that before Jesus comes, we should expect people to have dreams and visions.