Revelation Application

Chapters 1-3

  1. As you look at the Lord's message to each church, do you think the message could be for the church today? Look back through Jesus' messages to the churches in chapter 2 and 3 and note what the Spirit is saying to him who has "an ear." To whom is the Spirit speaking? What does He want you to hear? To do?

  2. Think about what you have learned about Jesus Christ from these three chapter and then spend some time worshiping Him for who and what He is.

  3. According to 1 John 5:4-5, and Revelation 2-3, are you an overcomer? How does it show? Is there anything you need to do that you are not presently doing so that when Jesus appears you won't be ashamed?

Chapters 4-22

  1. Revelation gives insight into God's judgment upon the wicked because of what they worship. It also gives a glimpse of the way the righteous worship. How would you compare your worship with the worship described in Revelation? You might want to go back and look at the scenes where God is worshiped and use them as a pattern for worship.

  2. Now that you have a better understanding of the wrath to come upon the unbeliever, what priority needs to be placed on sharing the gospel? Is witnessing a priority in you personal life?

  3. Has you life been changed by Jesus Christ? Do you no longer live in habitual sin? If not, you need to be saved. Will you acknowledge the Lord Jesus Christ as God, receive His forgiveness for your sins, and let Him take full control of your life? If so, record the date in the margin. Surely you have seen that He is worthy-and trustworthy.

  4. Revelation 22:12 tells us Jesus is coming, and His reward is with Him to give to everyone according to what he has done. Are you living in the light of that day?

Revelation Themes of Application