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On Wednesday evenings throughout the Spring and Summer, Jason Hardin is leading an adult Bible class called Revelation: Victory in Jesus. Our schedule is as follows: Apr 8 - “Babylon” in Scripture Apr 15 - Life in the Era of the Roman Empire Apr 29 - Connecting the Books of Daniel and Revelation May 6 - The Nature of Apocalyptic Literature May 13 - Apocalyptic Literature in the Old Testament May 20 - Revelation’s Impact on First-Century Christians May 27 - Rev 1: John’s Visi...



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2015 26 Weeks of Revelation -iph
Sep 30, 2015 Jason Hardin
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1. By its use of "Then," Revelation 22:1 assumes we remember the context of what is happening in this incredible vision. Take a moment to remind yourself what is going on. 2. What does "The river of the water of life"(22:1) mean to deciples of Jesus? 3. "The tree of life(22:2)most certainly bears great significance in God's written revelation to mankind. What do we learn in Revelation 22 about the tree of life? Why is it so sugnificant? 4. "No longer will there be...
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1. By its use of "Then," Revelation 21:1 assumes we remember the context of what is happening inthis incredible vision. Take a moment to remind yourself: what is going on?2. What are "the first heaven and the first earth" (zt:t)? And "a new heaven and a new eatth"?3. When an original reader of this incredible revelation given toJohn heard the phrase "newJerusalem," (21:2) what sort of things might have gone through their mind?4. John hears a loud voice...
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Sep 16, 2015 Craig Davis
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1. By its use of "Then," Revelation 20:1 assumes we remember the context of of what is happening in this incredible vision. Take a moment to remind yourself: what is going on? 2. Think back:where in Revelation have we seen "the bottomless pit" (20:1)? What is being described in Revelation 20:1-3? 4.Revelation 20:2 tells us that the dragon was bound "for a thousand years" Revelation 20:3 reveals, "after that he must be released for a little while". What...
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Sep 9, 2015 Jason Hardin
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1. By its use of “After this…” Revelation 18:1 assumes we remember the context of what is happening in this revelation. Take a moment to remind yourself: what is going on?2. “Fallen, fallen is Babylon the great!” (18:2). Having read Revelation 18:2-3 (and 17:1-6), how would you summarize what John has just seen and heard?3. Revelation 18:4-8 contains a very important message for the saints of God. What is that message? Does it still apply, even in 2015?4. Revelation 18:9-20 pictures a...
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Sep 9, 2015 Jason Hardin
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1. By the use of "After this..." Revelation 19:1 assumes we remember the context of what is happening in this revelation. Take a moment to remind yourself: what is going on? 2. Contrast Revelation 19 with Revelation 18. In both there are great cries throughout. How are the two scenes Dramatically different? What message continues to resonate through the cries? 3. "Hallelujah!" is cried out four times in the first six verses of Revelation 19. What does "Hallelujah"...
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Sep 2, 2015 Jason Hardin
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REVELATION • Victory in Jesus • LESSON 19 (September 2) Revelation 18: “Fallen is Babylon the Great!” 1. By its use of “After this…” Revelation 18:1 assumes we remember the context of what is happening in this revelation. Take a moment to remind yourself: what is going on? 2. “Fallen, fallen is Babylon the great!” (18:2). Having read Revelation 18:2-3 (and 17:1-6), how would you summarize what John has just seen and heard? 3. Revelation 18:4-8 contains a very important message...
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Aug 26, 2015 Jason Hardin
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REVELATION • Victory in Jesus • LESSON 18 (August 26) Revelation 17: The Judgment of the Great ProstituteBy its use of "Then," Revelation 17:1assumes we remember the context of what is happening in this revelation. Take a moment to remind yourself: what is going on?Take the time to carefully read Revelation 17 as a whole and reflect on what you've read:)i" The great prostitute who is seated on many waters• With whom the kings of the earth have committed sexual immorality,...
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REVELATION • Victory in Jesus • LESSON 17 (August 19) Revelation 14-16: A Call for the Endurance of the Saints 1.By its use of “Then,” Revelation 14:1 assumes we remember the context of what is happening in this revelation. Take a moment to remind yourself: what is going on? 2.“On Mount Zion stood the Lamb” (14:1). Why Mount Zion? How might other sections of God’s written revelation shed light on that question? 3. Revelation 14:8 is the first of several times “Babylon” will be...
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REVELATION • Victory in Jesus • LESSON 16 August 12 Revelation 13 The Beast of the Sea and the Beast of the Earth 1. Take a moment to refresh yourself on the overall context of this incredible vision John is experiencing. What has just happened in the vision? In light of what has just happened, what can we anticipate about the content of Revelation 13? 2. Remember what we studied from Daniel 7. How does it relate to what we are being shown in Revelation 13:1-2? 3. What ought we to make of...
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Jul 29, 2015 Jason Hardin
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* REVELATION • Victory in Jesus • LESSON 15 (July 29) Revelation 12: The Pregnant Woman and the Great Dragon 1. Take a moment to remind yourself of the context. What might Revelation 12:1 have to do with Revelation 11:19? Are they connected in any way? If so, how? 2. In view of our study of Revelation to this point, go back and read Luke 1. Make particular note of Luke 1:30-33, 46-55, and 68-79. Do you hear any echoes of Revelation in these passages? If so, what stands out? 3.Next, take the...
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Jul 22, 2015 Craig Davis
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Jul 8, 2015 Jason Hardin
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Revelation 8-9: Woe to Those Who Dwell on the Earth 1. Revelation 8:1 assumes we remember the context of what is happening in this revelation. Take a moment to remind yourself: what is going on? 2. What does Revelation 8:3-5 tell us about “the prayers of the saints”? What do the prayers of the saints have to do with the wrath and judgment of God? 3. In your own words, what is happening in Revelation 8:6-13? 4. Something of what seems to be of particular importance is being revealed in...
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Jul 1, 2015 Jason Hardin
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REVELATION • Victory in Jesus • LESSON 12 July 1) Revelation 6-7: Salvation Belongs to Our God! 1. Having read Revelation 6:1-8, what should we make of the fact that these horsemen appear only when one of the four living creatures around the throne of the Lord God Almighty says, "Come"?2. Remember the immediate context: "Come up here, and I will show you what must take place after this" (4:1). With that context in mind, what do you think is being represented by:• The...
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Jun 24, 2015 Craig Davis
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REVELATION • Victory in Jesus • LESSON 11 (June 24) Revelation 5: Worthy is the Lamb Who Was Slain 1. It’s especially important in a book like Revelation that we pay attention to words like “then” when we begin studying a new chapter. For instance, “Then I saw…” (5:1). Thinking back to our last lesson, what’s the context? 2. By way of reminder, who is the one “who was seated on the throne” (5:1)? 3. When a Hebrew (or anyone living 2,000 years ago) thought of a sealed...
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Jun 24, 2015 Craig Davis
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Revelation 5: Worthy is the Lamb Who Was Slain1. It’s especially important in a book like Revelation that we pay attention to words like “then” when we begin studying a new chapter. For instance, “Then I saw…” (5:1). Thinking back to our last lesson, what’s the context?2. By way of reminder, who is the one “who was seated on the throne” (5:1)?3. When a Hebrew (or anyone living 2,000 years ago) thought of a sealed scroll, what would come to mind?4. We get the sense that...
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Jun 17, 2015 Jason Hardin
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Revelation 4: The Throne in Heaven1. Revelation 4 begins with these words from John: “After this…” Take a moment to go back and make sure you understand what “this” is. What does he mean by writing, “After this”?2. John hears, “Come up here, and I will show you what must take place after this” (4:1). How does this statement inform our reading of the next chapters in Revelation?3. “At once I was in the Spirit…” (4:2). What does this mean?4. As you read the description of...
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Jun 10, 2015 Jason Hardin
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1. Notice how the glorified Christ describes himself in Revelation 3:7. What does he mean by those references? 2. “Behold, I have set before you an open door, which no one is able to shut” (3:8). When God says things like this, what does he intend for his people to understand and do? 3. What should we make of Jesus’ promise in Revelation 3:9? 4. “Hold fast what you have, so that no one may seize your crown” (3:11). What does this admonition imply? 5. What would it mean to be...
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Jun 3, 2015 Jason Hardin
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1. “I know...that your latter works exceed the first” (2:19). What does this mean? 2. Who was Jezebel (2:20)? What comes to mind when you hear that name, and why? 3. Revelation 2:20-23 is an intense statement of judgment. In your own words, what is being communicated? 4. Is there any sense in which the warning applies to Christians today? If so, in what way? 5. Practically speaking, what would it mean to “hold fast what you have until I come” (3:25)? 6. Revelation 2:26-28 is an...
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May 27, 2015 Jason Hardin
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REVELATION • Victory in Jesus • LESSON 7 (May 27) Rev 2:8-17: To the Churches in Smyrna and Pergamum 1. What does Jesus mean by saying, “I know your tribulation and your poverty (but you are rich)” (2:9)? How can the same person be poor and rich at the same time? 2. What could possibly be meant by the affirmation, “I know…the slander of those who say that they are Jews and are not, but are a synagogue of Satan” (2:9)? 3. Of all the “do not” commands in the Bible, “do not...
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May 20, 2015 Jason Hardin
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REVELATION • Victory in Jesus • LESSON 6 (May 20) Revelation 2:1-7: To the Church in Ephesus 1.What should we make of the repeated “To the angel of the church in _____” phrase? (2:1) 2.Jesus is perfectly aware of the following attributes of the church in Ephesus. How would you describe these positive marks in your own words? “I know...”(2:2-3)  “Your works” –  “Your toil” –  “Your patient endurance” –  “How you cannot bear with those who are evil, but...
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May 13, 2015 Jason Hardin
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REVELATION • Victory in Jesus • LESSON 5 (May 13) Revelation 1: John’s Vision of the Glorified Christ 1. The very first word in this last book of the Bible is apokalupsis, translated “the revelation.” How is the stage for this incredible book set by its very first word? How would you summarize what is being communicated in Revelation 1:1? 2. “The things that must soon take place” – why is this phrase in Revelation 1:1 important? 3. In what way is Jesus Christ (1:5):  The...
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May 6, 2015 Jason Hardin
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REVELATION • Victory in Jesus • LESSON 4 (May 6) Appreciating the Mural of Revelation as a Whole Perhaps one of the most helpful ways we can allow the message of Revelation to sink in is by envisioning it as a giant mural. Instead of getting out an electron microscope to minutely look at every detail or multiply every number, what Revelation really calls for is the reader to stand back and take in the breathtaking panoramic view.Apocalyptic literature is not, as often supposed, a highly...
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Apr 29, 2015 Jason Hardin
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REVELATION • Victory in Jesus • LESSON 3 (April 29) Connecting the Books of Daniel and Revelation BACKGROUND:  In a variety of significant ways, Daniel and Revelation are Old and New Testament counterparts. o The book of Daniel is proof that God can reveal history in profound ways before it occurs: he did so in two dreams of King Nebuchadnezzar that Daniel interpreted and four visions given to Daniel personally. o The crowning message throughout all six visions is that God rules the...
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Apr 15, 2015 Jason Hardin
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REVELATION • Victory in Jesus • LESSON 2 (April 15) Life in the Era of the Roman Empire BACKGROUND:  We learned in our study of Daniel that the Roman Empire would be “strong as iron, because iron breaks to pieces and shatters all things” (2:40). In Daniel’s vision of the four beasts, Rome is foretold as being “terrifying and dreadful and exceedingly strong. It had great iron teeth; it devoured and broke in pieces and stamped what was left with its feet” (7:7).  While living...
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REVELATION. victory in Jesus. LESS0N 1 (Apri1 8) "Babylon" in Scripture BACKGROUND: CHARACTERISTICS OF THE HISTORIC BABYLONIAN EMPIRE: A proud and haughty spirit JER 50:29-32; tsa 74:1.2-t7; 73:tt) A beautiful, well-fortified, powerfully-influential capital city (tsa 13:19; Jer 51:53) a land full of idols - one tablet recovered from the remnants of a Babylonian temple lists1,800 Babylonian deities! (Jer. 50:1-10 ,38; 5t:tl-78, 47, 52; Isa 46-47; Zi:9) Cruelty to all who would oppose...