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The book of Revelation stirs up mixed emotions in most believers—a bit of curiosity, a little fear, and maybe some excitement. It talks about spiritual things we long to understand, like: Is there life after death? What is heaven like? How will we know when Jesus comes again? Are we in the End Times now? 

Revelation records an extended heavenly vision the apostle John received from God while exiled on the island of Patmos: a revelation of things unseen through visions, symbols, promises, and warnings. But God did not give John this vision to make him afraid; God gave John this vision to comfort him and provide assurance for his faith.

“Revelation: A Comfort for Believers” is a six-part audio Bible study series that examines John’s heavenly visions and the messages he received from Jesus Christ. Hosts Scott Hoezee and Darrell Delaney diligently examine the recurring themes of Revelation. They discuss the context of Revelation and important details that help us properly interpret and understand what we read. An accompanying ebook features a study guide for each episode, with commentary and  questions for individual or group reflection, and prayerful response.

As believers, we wait for justice, peace, and for God’s kingdom to come. Sometimes, this waiting feels fruitless and unending. At times, we might even be tempted to give up or give in to the pressures of this world. John knew what this kind of waiting felt like, and he knew what it felt like to watch evil, grief, injustice, and pain at work in the world. 

If you want to know what heaven will be like or find comfort in your life right now, I invite you to discover eternal hope and encouragement for faithful living in this powerful series. Download the ebook and start the series right here.

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