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Oct 04, 2009 | Lance Hahn

Revelation - Part 30

Our Warrior King l Revelation 19 l Pt. 30


There is no death for the Christian; it has, as I have emphasized repeatedly, been completely abolished. But the old dark god with his weapons of basic, primitive fear still operates, quite illegitimately, in many Christian hearts. We should allow him no foothold, for he has no right to be there, and he has no real power over us.”

J. B. Phillips


“God incarnate is the end of fear; and the heart that realizes that he is in the midst…will be quiet in the midst of alarm.”

F. B. Meyer



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Questions for the Heart and Spirit

  1. What is it that you believe about Christ returning to earth?  What is your most convincing evidence that He will return?  Or not? 
  2. Are you living like He will return?  What have you done or what are you doing to prepare for His return?
  3. If you are a Christian, does it really matter to you how or when Christ returns to earth?  Why or why not?
  4. If you are not a Christian, does it matter how or when Christ returns to earth?  Why or why not?

Questions for the Mind

  • READ:  Deut 10:17-20; Jn 1:1; Jn 1:29-36; 1Tim 6:12-16; Heb 4:12; Rev 17:14
  • Which words or phrases found in Rev 11-21 point to the identity of the rider of the White horse?  Why do you think He chooses this time to reappear?
  • READ:  Rev 19:6-10; Rev 19:17-18
  • What is the difference between the “marriage supper of the Lamb”, and “the great supper of God”?  Where are they located?   Who is attending?  What is the atmosphere of the event?
  • READ:  Rev 13:1-18; Rev 16:2; Rev 19:20
  • What is the “mark of the beast”?  How does one get the mark?  Is it desirable?  Why might it be?  Why might it not be?  What happens to those who have it?
  • READ:  Ps 1:1-5; 94:12-15; Eccl 12:14; Matt 12:35-36; Jn 5:22-24;  2 Cor 5:1-10; 1 Jn 4:15-17
  • How do these scriptures give insight into what is happening here in Revelation 19:11-21?  Who is the righteous judge?  Who is He judging?  What is the nature of the judgment?  Does life ever end for anybody?


  • Read “Systematic Theology” by Wayne Grudem, Chapter 41, Death and the Intermediate State.  Discuss the content with your study group.
  • Pray for Gods peace as you consider the end times and the implications of death for the believer.

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