Revelation was not given for us to figure out the mysteries of things to come. Instead, it was given in order to reveal truth about the Lord Jesus Christ. As we embark on a study of this book, I want to state my intention to study it as I have any other book: verse by verse. As we do so, I trust that we would see the Lord Jesus Christ high and lifted up.
Doug Van Meter's exposition of the book of Revelation.
|The Olivet Discourse: An Overview (Matthew 24:1–28)||Doug Van Meter||7 December 2003||Listen|
|Apocalypse Then (Matthew 24:4–14)||Doug Van Meter||14 December 2003||Listen|
|Great Tribulation (Matthew 24:15–21)||Doug Van Meter||18 January 2004||Listen|
|Great Tribulation II (Matthew 24:22–28)||Doug Van Meter||25 January 2004||Listen|
|Great Tribulation III (Matthew 24:29–30)||Doug Van Meter||1 February 2004||Listen|
|Great Tribulation IV (Matthew 24:31–35)||Doug Van Meter||1 February 2004||Listen|
|Whose World Is It Anyway? (Matthew 24:30)||Doug Van Meter||8 February 2004||Listen|
|The Certainty of Christ's Coming (Matthew 24:36–51)||Doug Van Meter||15 February 2004||Listen|
|Introducing Revelation (Revelation 1:1)||Doug Van Meter||28 November 2004||Listen|
|Revelation: The Prologue (Revelation 1:1-3)||Doug Van Meter||5 December 2004||Listen|