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"Preach the word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage—with great patience and careful instruction."

2 Timothy 4:2

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Revelation 22 is important because it is the last chapter of the Bible. It was written in 95 to 99 A.D. by the Apostle John, and it was the last book that was accepted by the early church as being inspired by God.


Revelation begins with a special blessing that is promised to those who would read, understand, and obey the words of this prophecy (Revelation 1:3). The message of Revelation is to keep the sayings of the prophecy of this book. However, in order to keep these sayings, they must be understood. Some say that it is not for us to understand Revelation. Many people discourage others from learning about it by saying that it is not for us to know or that it is not for us to understand. Yet, God makes this information accessible to us by saying, "And he saith unto me, seal not the sayings of the prophecy of this book: for the time is at hand" (Revelation 22:10). God wants us to know what is coming and to encourage the follower of Christ.


The Book of Revelation is also the key that opens the Book of Daniel. While the Apostle John was told not to seal the Book of Revelation, Daniel was told to do the opposite and to seal up the sayings of the prophesy (Daniel 12). So, the revelation that was given to Daniel was closed for a time. It is important that the church today be able to link these two books of prophesy and understand what God is telling us in these last days.


We will be in a series called "Last Days, End Times." Each Sunday, we will be opening up to the understanding of the last days through the eyes of God's Word as it is found in Daniel and Revelation. Come join us to understand that there will be a time when God says enough to a world, a nation, and even a complacent church.

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But mark this: There will be terrible times in the last days.

2 Timothy 3:1 (NIV)
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