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Publication Date: 2012
40 Days Through Revelation: Uncovering the Mystery of the End TimesRon RhodesHarvest House Publishers / 2013 / Trade Paperback$7.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 7 Reviews
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Revelation: Unlocking the Mysteries of the End Times , Christianity 101 Bible StudiesBruce Bickel, Stan JantzHarvest House Publishers / 2003 / Trade Paperback$6.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 7 Reviews
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Revelation: The Triumph of God-Revised, LifeGuide Scripture StudiesR. Paul StevensInterVarsity Press / 1999 / Trade Paperback$6.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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"Rich, rich, rich. Sarah's book on Revelation digs deep into the Word of God. She brings the whole of Scripture to bear in her expositions so that you truly see the unity of Revelation with the rest of the Bible, and she shows with clarity and without a doubt that the one writer of all Scripture could only be God, the Holy Spirit, Himself because of the wonder and grandeur of the Holy Scriptures on full display through her careful explanation of the text." - Donna Dobbs, Director of Christian Education, First Presbyterian Church, Jackson, MS
'A carefully crafted pattern which enables us to see Revelation through covenantal eyes. She leads us with clarity, focus, and life impacting applications." - Dr. Charles Dunahoo, PCA CE&P.
"I am most impressed . . . Good content, balanced approach and careful exegesis. I think this study will be most beneficial to others. Keep up the good work." - Dr. Mike Ross, Christ Covenant Church
The Book of Revelation, often a closed book to many, is meant to be read. Those who read and apply its truth to their lives will be blessed, (Rev. 1:3). Sarah Ivill has given us a carefully crafted pattern which enables us to see Revelation through covenantal eyes. She leads us with clarity, focus, and life impacting applications. She is a faithful guide, using her gifts to open the rich blessings from God found in Revelation. In doing so we appreciate her objective: to speak to the mind, the heart, the hands, and to have us open the door and sit at the table with Jesus through this study.
"The most inviting study guide of the book of Revelation I have ever picked up. Sarah Ivills genuine joy of deeply learning Gods Word comes through loud and clear as she asks her students to thoroughly mine all of scripture to better grasp the truths of God and His blessings found in Revelation. This study is a bit of a boot camp for Bible students. Working your way through these 21 lessons isnt for students who want to be told what to believe, but for those of us who are thirsty, really thirsty for Hope found in Christ alone. And its that thirst that motivates us to exercise our minds and hearts to produce a strong body of Christ, His bride, praying, watching and waiting for the Kingdom to come. I look forward to the women at our church studying Revelation using this guide, and I plan on being the first to sign up."
"Rich, rich, rich. Sarahs book on Revelation digs deep into the Word of God. She brings the whole of Scripture to bear in her expositions so that you truly see the unity of Revelation with the rest of the Bible, and she shows with clarity and without a doubt that the one writer of all Scripture could only be God, the Holy Spirit, Himself because of the wonder and grandeur of the Holy Scriptures on full display through her careful explanation of the text. I"n addition, the book contains an excellent study guide with questions designed to give the reader the opportunity to dig into the scriptures for themselves, so that they become able to read, digest, and apply the truths contained. For any serious student or teacher of the Bible, studying this book would greatly enrich mind and soul."
I commend this book for bridging the gap between a commentary and a fill-in-the-blank exercise for women. The study of Revelation has become less challenging and more edifying with Ivill's book. It is an annotated Bible study providing Old Testament background, salient commentary, and personal exhortations and examples from a covenantal perspective. Questions for each Bible chapter enhance group discussion, where Scripture interpreting Scripture is encouraged.
"A sound and thorough treatment of the book of Revelation, this book will benefit teachers and students alike when filtered through the lens of grace and mercy."
Sarah Ivills new Bible study Revelation: Let the One Who Is Thirsty Come is wonderful and fills a gap that has long been avoided in womens ministry, [particularly within Reformed circles]. Ivill does a remarkable job of showing the applicability of the prophecies to uswomen as we are todaywithout resorting to sensationalism. Gods Word never changes and is always profitable for His people. Ivill reminds us that this oft-neglected book is just as important for women as Proverbs 31, Titus 2, Ephesians, and the other books & passages that get so much air-time today. [The Introduction alone taught me more than I had previously known about Revelation, and it set a great foundation for the rest of the books teaching.] Ivills clear purpose for each chapterpresented as Mind/Heart/Hands Aimsis refreshing and greatly aids both students & teachers. The books overall format with thoughtful questions and verse-by-verse commentary is very helpful, enhances the focus of each chapter, and makes the book suitable for both individual and group study. I highly recommend this study to anyone who longs for an accessible teaching of Revelationone that will pique the interest of biblically-minded women.
This study is a banquet: it feeds the hungry soul with riches from the Word. Sarah covers every facet of Bible study from teaching the beginning Bible student how to study to helping the seasoned student plumb the depths of each passage. Sarah is a careful, thoughtful student of the Word who makes the complicated passages and images very understandable and accessible. Throughout the study of Revelation she encourages students to dig deeper and reach further as they apply the scriptures to their hearts.
SERIES Sarah Ivills studies of Scripture are a reflection of the wonderful influences that have shaped her as a scholar and teacher. There is the disciplined textual skill of exegesis and exposition. This flows seamlessly into real life application. Yet pervading this blend of the scholar-teacher and spiritual counselor is a recognition of the majesty of God, and the awe-inspiring privilege of having in ones hands the panorama of the history of redemption accomplished by the Triune God of sovereign grace. I highly commend her study of Revelation, and the Bible study series of which Revelation: Let the One Who Is Thirsty Come is the first fruits of her careful investigation into Christs truth and grace.
Sarah Ivills Let the One Who Is Thirsty Come invites women to explore the treasures of the book of Revelation, to mine the spiritual riches of the visions granted to John, for the comfort and courage of Christs church. Ms. Ivill approaches Revelation from the perspective of Reformed theology and inaugurated (amillennial) eschatology. Among the strengths of Let the One Who Is Thirsty Come are its sensitivity to the Old Testament background of John's visions and to the symbolic genre of the book, the personal illustrations that open and close each lesson, and insightful study questions that encourage thoughtful engagement with the text and suggest the practical applicability of the words of this prophecy, given to impart blessing to those who read, hear, and keep what is written in it (Rev. 1:3).