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This is a resource for pastors and Bible teachers who want to draw on Christ-centered expository teaching and for the lay leader who wants to delve more deeply into the riches of the Word of God.
Number of Pages: 464
Publication Date: 2012
Series: Mentor Expository Commentary
The Book of Revelation, Revised: New International Commentary on the New Testament [NICNT]Robert MounceWm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. / 1997 / Hardcover$28.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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Revelation: The Spirit Speaks to the Churches (Preaching the Word)James M. Hamilton Jr.Crossway / 2012 / Hardcover$26.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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There is so much in the past, present and future that we do not understand. The book of Revelation helps us understand who is in full and sovereign control, the victorious lamb on his throne. And what a great unveiling of the glorious saviour is revealed in this apocalyptic book! In 65 expositional chapters, Douglas Kelly draws our attention to the central theme of this profound book; the Lord Jesus Christ himself. The Mentor Expository Series holds to an inerrant view of Scripture. They are thoroughly researched with helpful practical application. This is a resource for pastors and Bible teachers who want to draw on Christ-centered expository teaching and for the lay reader who wants to delve more deeply into the riches of the Word of God.
"The beauty, fragrance, majesty, grace and omnipotent power of 'the Lamb of God, slain before the foundation of the world' has at times all but overwhelmed me! Revelation is primarily about Jesus Christ; He is the hero of all ages. Satan, though real enough, is finally a minor note in this divinely orchestrated symphony. My zeal has never been so much for any millennial theory, as it is for HIM, and going through this Apocalypse has only increased that zeal."
Written from a semi-preterist point of view, Dr. Kelly provides both theological and pastoral insights of great consequence to John's apocalyptic vision that often puzzles its readers. Highly recommended.
The church, including the Western church and the global South, need to read the book of Revelation now more than ever. Let Douglas Kelly be your guide. I commend the book and I commend the publisher for such a time as this.
"What a great blessing it is for the church to regain clarity about the message of Revelation! Kelly's commentary will prove invaluable in restoring this vital message to the pulpits of our churches and the lives of suffering believers."