by Jerry Vines

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SATAN CHAINED (25 of 32)
Jerry Vines
Revelation 20:1-3, 7-10

I think it will be helpful for us at this point in our
study of The Revelation to give a little time line-
some chronology-to help us understand where we have
come in The Revelation 20.

In the second and third chapter we have the unveiling
of the letters of the seven churches of our Lord to
the churches of Asia Minor. We know that these seven
churches in the two chapters represent the age of
grace-the age of the church. You and I are living in
Revelation 2 and 3. I believe we are living in the
Laodicean Age.

In Chapter 4 we have a pictorial representation of the
rapture, when the Lord comes in the air and gathers
His saints to be with Him.

In The Revelation four and five we have a heavenly
scene around the throne of God.

Beginning in chapter 6 of The Revelation and going
into the 19th chapter we have that period on the earth
known as the tribulation. It is a period of time of
approximately seven years in duration. It will be a
time of judgment upon the nation of Israel and a time
of great, great tribulation on the earth. At the
conclusion of the tribulation period, in the
nineteenth chapter we have the return of the Lord
Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ, on a white horse, with
all of His saints will come not to the air, but will
come back to this earth. That is the revelation-the
return of Jesus Christ with His saints to this earth.

When you come to The Revelation chapter 20 you have a
period of time on the earth known as the millennium.
At the conclusion of the millennium, we have the Great
White Throne judgment. In The Revelation 21 and 22 we
have the age of eternity when we all gather together
in the New Jerusalem and forever and forever we will
be with the Lord.

Revelation 20 begins, and sets before us, this time
known as the millennium. The subject of the
millennium is a controversial subject. Some sa ...

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