The Bible exists chiefly to communicate the character and nature of God and his plan of redemption for a fallen world. The book of Revelation is no different. In fact, the title of the book points directly to the book's purpose – “The Revelation (to John) of Jesus Christ”. Revelation, as a word and a title, means to “disclose” or “unveil”. God chose to reveal himself to John through various images and symbols that make sense of the past, apply to the present, and give hope for the future. The main point of Revelation is God’s sovereign acts of redemption and judgment purposed to display his glory and motivate his people toward worship, obedience, joy, and faithfulness. Or, to state it simply: Jesus wins.

Overview - Part One

Revelation 1-21

Overview - Part Two

Revelation 12-22

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September 12

📖Revelation 1:1-8

▶ Introduction

📄Study Guide

September 19

📖Revelation 1:9-3:22

 A Vision for the Church

📄Study Guide

September 26

📖Revelation 4:1-8:1

 The Throne and Seven Seals

📄Study Guide

October 3

📖Revelation 8:2-11:19

 The Trumpets

📄Study Guide

October 10

📖Revelation 12:1-14:20

 Cosmic Conflict

📄Study Guide

October 17

📖Revelation 15:1-16:21

 Bowls of Wrath

📄Study Guide

November 7

📖Revelation 21:1-22:5

 God’s People in Perfect Glory

📄Study Guide

November 14

📖Revelation 22:6-21


📄Study Guide

November 21



📄Study Guide

Additional Resources


Revelation for Everyone by N.T. Wright 

Reading Revelation Responsibly by Michel Gorman 

Book of Revelation by Robert Mounce  

Revelation Bible Study by Core Christianity

Revelation: Hope in the Darkness Study Guide by New Growth Press

Reversed Thunder by Eugene H. Peterson


Revelation: God Wins by Coram Deo Community Church