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Revelation Booklet - Free Upon Request

Understand The Revelation is spread over several short pages, accessible through the index below. Alternatively, the book is available as One File. (202K)

A FREE printed copy of this booklet is also available on request. To receive a copy, please complete our Information Request Form. Before making your information request, please read our Booklet Policy.

As you read ‘Understand The Revelation’ you may find it helpful to refer to File 12 which contains a Chart of the seven seals and seven trumpets. The chart can be accessed from the end of each page by clicking the arrows with the ‘LARGE 7’

  1. Introduction
  2. Symbolic Language
  3. The Seven Churches
  4. The First Seal         (The White Horse)
  5. The Second Seal         (The Red Horse)
  6. The Third Seal           (The Black Horse)
  7. The Fourth Seal         (The Pale Horse)
  8. The Fifth Seal
  9. The Sixth Seal
  10. The Sealing of the 144,000
  11. The Innumerable Multitude
  12. The Seventh Seal
  13. The Beast of Revelation 13     The Mark of The Beast
  14. Three Angel Messages
  15. The Seven Last Plagues
  16. The Great Harlot
  17. The Fall of Babylon the Great
  18. Final Scenes
  19. The Millennial Reign
  20. The New Earth
  21. Seal & Trumpet Chart

Elder: Max W. Mader
A Voice In The Wilderness - Canada
Web-Sites: www.avoiceinthewilderness.org & www.avitw.ca
First Published: 1983/Placed On The Internet: 1996
Updated: 1998/Reformatted: 2002/Updated: 2009/2010

Author: Elder: David B. Loughran
Stewarton Bible School - Stewarton Scotland