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Summary

While in exile on the island of Patmos in AD 95, the apostle John wrote that Christians who were suffering for Christ would have final victory on the day of salvation. His letter called Revelation, or "the unveiling", encouraged the churches in Asia Minor that were facing persecution. Pastor Skip Heitzig explores how this letter provides insight into future events for both believers and nonbelievers.

©1982 Skip Heitzig (P)2014 Skip Heitzig

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well researched and honest to admit when he did not know the meaning of the symbol or revelation

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  • Anthea
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Absolutely fantastic

What a stunning revelation from God!! Thank you Skip for opening it even more than we knew before. May all Glory and Honour go to Jesus Christ, our Wonderful Saviour, Friend and God!!!

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