The Vision of Christ Part II - The Revelation Series
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The Vision of Christ- Part II
The Revelation Series
I. The Background for the Vision
The powerful vision of Christ's present ministry to the church must have provided great hope and comfort.
II. The Setting for the Vision
It was on a bleak, barren island called Patmos. under brutal conditions, that John received the
III. The Unfolding of the Vision
Having described the circumstances in which he received it, John then related the vision itself.
IV. The Christ of the Vision
- 1. His Appearance
The vision of the risen Lord Jesus Christ is one of the most beautiful pictures in all of God's revelation.
2. His Robe
A robe is seen as a symbol of character.
3. His Golden Sash
The girdle was worn by those in authority, such as the High Priest, thus emphasizing Christ's authority and priestly role.
4. His Head and Hair
There can be no doubt that the writer of this book sees the risen Lord Christ as the
Ancient of Days in the Old Testament.
5. His Eyes
Whenever the church of Jesus Christ is not what it should be, we can be sure it arouses
6. His Feet
The bronze speaks to us of judgment.
7. His Voice
In that day, all other voices will be stilled by the deafening, empowering voice of the Son ofGod.
8. His Right Hand
In His hand, He hold the messengers to the churches.
9. His Mouth
There will be no defense against the spoken word of Christ in the Day of Judgment.
10. His Face
The brilliance, luminescence. and Shekinah Glory of Christ is beyond description and comprehension.