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"Apocalypse: understanding the book of Revelation"
by Dr Andrew C S Koh
Understanding the book of Revelation
A Christ-centred , Biblical-based, Holy Spirit enabled, Life-changing commentary, bible study, and devotion
Available in PDF, MOBI, and ePub

Many of us find the Book of Revelation intimidating. There is also confusion over its intended audience, and new interpretations are constantly being presented about the Antichrist, the beasts, the tribulations, and the 144,000 chosen, to name just a few.   Using everyday language, Dr. Koh explains the writings of Apostle John to his seven churches on how to conduct themselves and prepare for the difficult times ahead. The Apostle also bids them rejoice, for final victory is coming. He encourages them to take heart with the help of the Holy Spirit and be ready ‘in season and out of season’ to witness for Jesus Christ and endure in their faith to the end.   The author points out how disappointed Apostle John would be if the reader only focused on the tribulation, the terrible plagues, and the judgments. The Apostle wrote this ‘revelation’ so that all of us would be blessed if we take heart and prepare ourselves accordingly.   God will be victorious, and the faithful will hear Him say, “Behold, God’s dwelling is with His people, and he will dwell with them, and they will be His people, and God Himself will be with them as their God. Dr. Koh's book is an enjoyable way to experience the Book of Revelation and understand its intricacies. A very good book, Rowan E Creech, Goodreads A timely book in everyday language that demystifies this daunting book of the Bible! Dr. Koh explains the instructions of St. John the Apostle to his seven churches on how they are to behave generally, and what they need to do to get ready for coming tribulation, Hilary Walker, Amazon, Goodreads A storyline that continues to keep individuals of all faiths and religions captivated. This novel is a story written following the works of John as closely as possible, but one in which the reader must form his/her own opinion of a story written nearly 2,000 years ago and now interpreted yet again. You will follow the story and draw your own storyline. Pamela Anne Reinert, Goodreads