SKEPTIC DEV0 Revelation Topical Outline

I will come on thee as a thief, and thou shalt not know what hour I will come upon thee. 3:3

Trivia: What did Jesus advise the Laodiceans to buy from him?

The Revelation of St. John the Divine

1 The time is at hand (1-3)

     From John and Jesus to the seven churches in Asia (4-6)

     Jesus is coming and everyone will see him (7-8)

     Jesus has white hair, eyes of fire, and feet of brass (and has the keys to hell and death) (9-20)

2 To the angel of the church of Ephesus (1-7)

     To the angel of the church in Smyrna (8-11)

     To the angel of the church in Pergamos (12-17)

     To the angel of the church in Thyatira (18-29)

3 To the angel of the church in Sardis (1-6)

     To the angel of the church in Philadelphia (7-13)

     To the angel of the church in Laodicea (14-22)

4 A view of heaven (through an open door) (1-11)

5 Who can open this book and break its seven seals? (1-4)

     The lion from the tribe of Judah, the root of David (a dead lamb with 7 horns and 7 eyes) (5-14)

6 The four horsemen of the Apocaplypse (the first four seals) (1-8)

     The fifth seal: The martyrs beg God to kill their friends and neighbors (9-11)

     The sixth seal: The sun, moon, and stars are destroyed (12-17)

7 Don't hurt the earth or sea (until the angels mark 144,000 foreheads) (1-8)

     Their robes were made white (by washing them in lamb's blood) (9-17)

8 The seventh seal: seven angels are given trumpets (1-6)

     The first trumpet: hail, fire, and blood burn all grass and 1/3 of trees (7)

     The second trumpet: 1/3 of sea becomes blood, 1/3 sea life dies, 1/3 ships destroyed (8-9)

     The third trumpet: a star named Wormwood falls to earth (10-11)

     The fourth trumpet: 1/3 of sun, moon, and stars are destroyed (12-13)

9 The fifth trumpet and first woe: scorpion-like locusts torment people for five months (1-12)

     The sixth trumpet: 4 angels with an army of 200 million, kill 1/3 of the earth's population (13-21)

10 I ate a little book (It tasted like honey but made my belly bitter) (1-11)

11 God's two (or four?) witnesses: Two olive trees and two candlesticks (1-14)

     The seventh trumpet (15-19)

12 A woman clothed with the sun (and a 7-headed, 10-horned, baby-eating dragon) (1-6)

     The war in heaven (Michael vs. the dragon) (7-17)

13 A blaspheming sea beast (1-10)

     A fire-throwing land beast (11-15)

     The mark of the beast: 666 (16-18)

14 Only 144,000 will be saved (and they'll all be male virgins) (1-5)

     Three angels fly by with dark messages (6-13)

     Jesus and an angel kill trillions with their sickles (14-20)

15 Seven angels with seven plagues (full of the wrath of God) (1-8)

16 The seven vials of God's wrath (1-21)

17 A drunken whore sits on a ten-headed beast (1-11)

     The beast's ten horns eat the naked whore (and burn the leftovers) (12-18)

18 Babylon has fallen (it's now the home of devils and hateful birds) (1-3)

     Leave Babylon (God will send plagues, famine, and fire upon it) (4-24)

19 Hallelujah! God has judged the great whore (1-6)

     The lamb gets married (7-10)

     The king of kings slaughters people (with the sword that comes out of his mouth) (11-21)

20 The devil is locked in the bottomless pit for 1000 years (1-6)

     The devil is set free (7)

     Gog and Magog gather a huge army (8)

     God burns them to death (9)

     The devil is cast into the lake of fire (10-11)

     The dead are judged according to their works (12-15)

21 A new heaven and earth (and no more sea) (1-4)

     Those who will burn in the lake of fire and brimstone (the fearful, unbelieving, abominable, etc.) (5-8)

     The lamb's bride: a cubical city (2400 km on a side) (9-27)

22 Behold I come quickly (and don't change anything in this book) (1-21)

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