Item description for A Letter From God's Power Seat by Jokim Schnoebbe...
Overview Revelation of Christ-Not the Antichrist! "Do you know how many times the term antichrist is mentioned in Revelation? Not a single time!" says Jokim Schnoebbe. "The book is the revelation of Jesus Christ that came through Him, is about Him, and will lead to Him. It is my presupposition that Christ-centeredness always brings me one step closer to the truth." In this interpretive paraphrase, Jokim Schnoebbe repeats the text of Revelation in his own words, replacing the symbolism with plain language, expounding and interpreting the meaning of the text. A Letter from God's Power Seat does not speculate about current events but paints an astounding picture of Jesus Christ and His gospel. The reader is left in awe at who Jesus is and what He has done-for us. The book is also a challenge to overcome the world and "live radically and uncompromisingly."
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.88" Width: 6.44" Height: 0.46" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Jan 7, 2003
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1591603900 ISBN13 9781591603900
Availability 75 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 27, 2017 07:00.
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Concise and Insightful Jan 30, 2003
The book starts with an introduction that briefly introduces the different ways of interpreting Revelation. In a time when certain views on Revelation are being presented as undisputable fact, the author cautions the reader not to become too narrow minded. At the same time he emphasizes the foundations of the Christian faith which cannot be moved.
The core of the book consists of an "interpretive paraphrase," which is a repetition of the text of Revelation in the author's own words. But he does not simply rephrase it--he interprets and expounds the symbols in Revelation.
The center in his paraphrase is clearly the "Lamb of God": Jesus the Crucified. The book emphasizes that Revelation is the revelation of Christ, not of the Antichrist. This focus on the Person of Christ and what He meant for the original readers/hearers is both uplifting and challenging.
"A Letter from God's Power Seat" rounds off with a summary of Revelation and a challenge to start reading the "real" Revelation in the Bible.
A concise and insightful work, written for lay Christians who would like to discover Jesus in Revelation.