Aids to Revelation
CONTENTS^Translator's Preface^1. Introduction^2. Why the Book of Revelation Is Neglected^3. How We Can Understand "Revelation"^4. The Time "Revelation" Was Written^5. The Interpretations of "Revelation"^6. The Message, Style, and Nature of "Revelation"^7. Salvation and Reward^8. Four Judgments^9. The Meanings of the...
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CONTENTS^Translator's Preface^1. Introduction^2. Why the Book of Revelation Is Neglected^3. How We Can Understand "Revelation"^4. The Time "Revelation" Was Written^5. The Interpretations of "Revelation"^6. The Message, Style, and Nature of "Revelation"^7. Salvation and Reward^8. Four Judgments^9. The Meanings of the Numerals^10. The Year-Day Theory^11. The Writings of Peter, Paul, and John^12. Comparing the Third Division of "Revelation" with Other Bible Prophecies^13. The Other Revelations in the Book of Revelation^14. A Brief Summary Concerning the Things to Come^15. A Detailed Outline of "Revelation"^
Nee deals both with the attitude believers should have towards the book of REVELATION and the ways and means of understanding it.
As we are quickly approaching the close of this age with the blessed hope in view of the dawning of a new age, even the millennium, it is no surprise that the hearts of God's children are increasingly drawn to the last book of the Bible, Revelation. Whereas in the past that book was shunned by most as not being understandable; now it is looked upon as a blessed book, just as it is written of it: "Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of the prophecy, and keep the things that are written therein: for the time is at hand" (Rev. 1.3). In the study of Revelation, however, there are certain basic things one must know in order to understand this book. The lack of such fundamental knowledge has kept people in the past from reading it and it still presents a problem to those who are now studying it. In order to encourage God's children to study, Watchman Nee in the nineteen-twenties prepared aids to the book of Revelation and published them in serial form in Christian Magazine, from Volume 2 to Volume 23. Although these writings belong to his early days, the light released remains nonetheless undiminished through the years since that time. They offer invaluable helps to all who love the word of God.
Watchman Nee was a Chinese Christian teacher whose numerous works have been widely translated into many languages. Born in 1903, Nee became a Christian at the age of seventeen and began writing the same year. He was imprisoned by Communist Chinese authorities in 1952 and died in prison twenty years later. Nee's books include Come, Lord Jesus; A Living Sacrifice; The Normal Christian Life; The Communion of the Holy Spirit; The Finest of the Wheat; and Love Not the World; among many others. Since the early 1970s, Stephen Kaung has translated more than forty of Watchman Nee's simple, yet profound books for western audiences.-Editorial Review.