by Jerry Vines

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Jesus Is Coming Again (31 of 32)
Series: Revelation
Jerry Vines
Revelation 22:6-16

John has come to the completion of the visions of the Revelation. Through John we have been allowed to see the events which are going to take place at the end of the age. He has come to the end of it. It is all over and he is going to give words of final summary which are the verses beginning in verse 6 and going to the end of the letter.

What will be the focus of John as he completes these revelations? As he has shown us what to expect, what will John focus upon? Notice in these verses that he turns the attention again to the Lord Jesus. I would remind you that the book of Revelation is the Revelation of Jesus Christ Himself. The theme of the book of The Revelation is chapter 1, verse 7, where the Bible says, ''Behold He cometh with clouds and every eye shall see Him.''

The theme of The Revelation is the Lord Jesus Christ and in particular His coming again. Everything revolves around the Lord Jesus. Jesus Christ is theme and thesis of the Bible. Jesus Christ is origin and gold of all human history. We come to the Lord Jesus Christ again. Whether you ever understand everything that The Revelation teaches, whether you know all of the details and none of us really do, it really doesn't matter if you are able to through it all to get a vision of the Lord Jesus and learn to love and to learn to serve the Lord Jesus Christ. And to have a burning desire to tell others about the Lord Jesus.

I heard about a dear old saint of God who had memorized many portions of Scripture. When she came to the last days of her life, her memory began to fade. As she came to the closing week of her life, she remembered a portion of II Timothy 12 where it says, ''I know whom I have believed and am persuaded he is able to keep that which I have committed unto him against that day.'' In the closing hours of her life all she could remember about that verse was just these words, ''That which I have ...

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