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Vision at Patmos

Catherine Gunsalus GonzaМЃlez

Vision at Patmos

study of the book of Revelation

by Catherine Gunsalus GonzaМЃlez

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Published by Abingdon Press in Nashville .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. N.T. Revelation -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.

  • Edition Notes

    Reprint. Originally published: United Methodist Church, 1978.

    StatementCatherine & Justo González.
    SeriesAbingdon lay Bible studies
    ContributionsGonzález, Justo L.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS2825.2 .G65 1991
    The Physical Object
    Pagination121 p. :
    Number of Pages121
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1876965M
    ISBN 100687437741
    LC Control Number90037147

    The text of Revelation states that John was on Patmos, a Greek island where, by most biblical historians, he is considered to be exiled as a result of anti-Christian persecution under the Born: 6 AD, Pool of Bethesda, Jerusalem. Read "“Revelation” the Patmos Vision Unveiled" by Rev. Gerald F. McPeters available from Rakuten Kobo. In the days of Daniel, this book was a mystery as it concerned the future. This book was sealed with seven seals; howeve Brand: Westbow Press.

    John was a prisoner on Patmos because he was preaching about Jesus and that He, Jesus, had been raised from the dead. John had the visions described in Revelation about AD The Island of Patmos is a volcanic, treeless, rocky island about 9km by 50km or 6 by 30 miles. It is about 30km or 20 miles off the western coast of modern Turkey. He was apparently exiled on the island of Patmos as a result of persecution for his ministry. Introduction | Revelation 1. John opens the book with a greeting. He tells the reader that he saw a vision. There is no better description of this vision than what is written in Revelation .

    "John's Vision On Patmos" takes a unique approach to the book of Revelation, bypassing much of the introductory material found in commentaries by other authors, and enters right into the text. Incorporated into the study of each chapter the author addresses such things as the date of Revelation, as well as the meanings of the various symbols. BASIC VISIONS IN THE BOOK OF REVELATION Vision , Bloc A, Victorious-Introduction Scene, Seven angels with trum- pets appear, and another angel goes to the golden altar and there offers incense whose smoke, mingled with the prayers of the saints, ascends to God. Next, the angel fills a censer with live coals fromFile Size: KB.


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Vision at Patmos: A Study of the Book of Revelation Paperback – November 5, /5(2). Holy Spiritually this book\vision has opened my heart and I pray given me Jesus' eyes to see clearly in these desperate times.

Please email me at [email protected] or text me at of any conferences or telecasts I can tune into for continued support and encouragement/5(). Vision at Pathos: Study of the Book of Revelation (Abingdon Lay Bible Studies) This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering.

The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far.5/5(1). Vision at Patmos, A Study of the Book of Revelation (Holy Bible) An Open and Closed Letter, Seven Shared Messages, The Victory of the Lamb, The Power of Evil, The Calling of the Faithful, A Vision of Newness - Paperback - Edition (Published by the Women's Division, Board of Global Ministries, The United Methodist Church)Seller Rating: % positive.

The vision of Patmos is no different. It is sealed up until the endtimes running concurrent with the Book of Daniel. In the first shall be last concept, I think John is either on Patmos or nearby.

This vision is set to manifest on a worldwide scale. What is intriguing about this is the comment Elijah Muhammad made about Patmos. Revelation"I, John, who also am your brother and companion in tribulation, and in the kingdom and patience of Jesus Christ, was in the isle that is called Patmos, for the Word of God, and for the testimony of Jesus Christ." This series of visions of the Revelation of the Person of Jesus Christ was given to John while he was banished to the Isle of Patmos.

LESSON 2 * PART 1 * BOOK 59 THE ISLE OF PATMOS VISION. REVELATION Vision at Patmos book always like to remind folks that we’re just an informal, non-denominational Bible study.

We don’t try to attack anyone; we’re just going to see what the Book says and that’s the way we teach it. Patheos Explore the world's faith through different perspectives on religion and spirituality. Patheos has the views of the prevalent religions and spiritualities of the world.

A man named John Author: Johnturner. The Patmos Vision 9 (A) I, John, your (B) brother and (C) fellow partaker in the tribulation and (D) kingdom and [ a ] (E) perseverance which are in Jesus, was on the island called Patmos (F) because of the word of God and the testimony of Jesus.

There, on the rocky island of Patmos, he witnessed firsthand the glories of the Lord's coming as no other writer had previously done.

As a born-again believer, you're guaranteed a special blessing if you will only read and heed the sayings of the Revelation. Get this from a library. Vision at Patmos: a study of the book of Revelation. [Catherine Gunsalus González; Justo L González; United Methodist Church (U.S.).

Board of Global Ministries. Education and Cultivation Division.]. Vision of John on the Island of Patmos: The Beast Coming out of the Earth.

Vision of John on the Island of Patmos: The Beast Rising out of the Sea. Vision of John on the Island of Patmos: The Beast That Came up out of the Bottomless Pit.

Vision of John on the Island of Patmos: The Book With Seven Seals. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint. Originally published: United Methodist Church, Description: pages: map ; 21 cm. Vision of John on the Island of Patmos: The One Who is Faithful and True, Riding a White Horse.

Vision of John on the Island of Patmos: The Open Door. Vision of John on the Island of Patmos: The Opening of the Book of Life.

Vision of John on the Island of Patmos: The Plague Upon the Men Who had the Mark of the Beast. John of Patmos John is our faithful narrator on this journey through Heaven and Hell.

He's a prophet and a seer of sights, a man of great faith and even greater vision. Well, that or he's an insane person. "John's Vision On Patmos" takes a unique approach to the book of Revelation, bypassing much of the introductory material found in commentaries by other authors, and enters right into the text.

Incorporated into the study of each chapter the author addresses such things as the date of Revelation, as well as the meanings of the various symbols Author: Tom Wacaster. T he apostle John’s life was close to its end when he wrote down the content of the book of was around 95 C.E., and John was perhaps again in Ephesus following his exile on the nearby island of Patmos.

In the previous two parts in this series, we have covered the opening messages to the seven we turn to the remainder of the book, with its powerful apocalyptic. The Patmos Vision - I, John, your brother and fellow partaker in the tribulation and kingdom and perseverance which are in Jesus, was on the island called Patmos because of the word of God and the testimony of Jesus.

I was in the Spirit on the Lord’s day, and I heard behind me a loud voice like the sound of a trumpet, saying, “Write in a book what you see, and send it to the seven churches.

9 I, John, your brother and fellow partaker in the tribulation and kingdom and perseverance which are in Jesus, was on the island called Patmos because of. This is Tom Wacaster's latest commentary. "John's Vision On Patmos" takes a unique approach to the book of Revelation, bypassing much of the introductory material found in commentaries by other authors, and enters right into the text.

His "no nonsense" approach to the study of Revelation is quite refreshing. The printed copy can be purchased directly from Mr. Wacaster. The Book of Revelation is signed by a person called John, who wrote from the island of Patmos.

Conservative theologians insist that the author was the apostle John, while liberal theologians. "John's Vision On Patmos" takes a unique approach to the book of Revelation, bypassing much of the introductory material found in commentaries by other authors, and enters right into the text. Incorporated into the study of each chapter the author addresses such things as the date of Revelation, as well as the meanings of the various symbols and figurative language found in the : Tom Wacaster.Explore Patmos holidays and discover the best time and places to visit.

| Patmos has a bewitchingly spiritual feel about it. That's not surprising given that it was here, in a cave, that exiled St John received the apocalyptic visions that formed sinister Revelations in the Bible.