Comparing Chapters 4 and 5 of Revelation to Exodus 25, Hebrews 8 and 12, Luke 10, and 1 Timothy 3 reinforce the idea that the last book of the bible is not "strange" but that it needs to be understood in the broader context of the Old and the New Testament.
Next, we begin to study the text in detail by completing our study of the throne, and the precious stones used to describe God the Father before moving on to the scroll. We explain what this scroll is and show how it applies to our own time. Lastly, we study the first horseman of the Apocalypse. We take a closer look at chapters 4, 5, and 6.
The way we men treat women is correlated to the way we treat the Church.
What are precious stones for? Find out.
What is the meaning of the bow that is given to the first horseman?