The Last Hebrew


1 (Light)

The Revelation is introduced. It is stated that “the time is at hand.” The promise of the Second Coming is given. Jesus reveals Himself in divine form to John and states that what John sees is for the “seven churches,” representing the totality of Christianity. Jesus reveals himself as the first and the last, which lives, was dead, and is alive forevermore having the keys of hell and death.


Jesus gives personalized messages to four of the seven churches – Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamos, and Thyatira. Each prophetic message contains the results of divine, investigative judgment along with at least one promise.


Jesus similarly speaks to the last three of the seven churches – Sardis, Philadelphia, and Laodicea.


John is caught up to heaven in the spirit and is given a great increase of knowledge about the divine throne room.

5 (Cornea)

A book sealed with seven seals is seen in the right hand of the Father. No one but Christ can open the book. The “Lamb as it had been slain” takes the book and a praise service ensues.


Six seals of the book are opened. After each of the first four seals is opened, one of the four beasts says “Come and see” and a horse and rider appear. The fifth seal opened reveals martyrs, and the sixth seal opened brings into view “the sign of [Christ’s] coming, and of the end of the world” (Matthew 24:4)

7 (Lens)

Jesus Christ, the “angel ascending from the east, having the seal of the living God,” tells the four angels holding the winds of strife to continue holding until the “servants of our God” are sealed. John learns that 144,000 of the twelve tribes of Israel are sealed. A praise service in heaven ensues.


Four trumpets sound. After each sounds, there follows a terrible judgment.


The fifth trumpet sounds. A star from heaven opens the bottomless pit. Out of the pit comes smoke, and out of the smoke comes a terrible scourge of locust. The king responsible for this trumpet-scourge is called Abaddon in Hebrew and Apollyon in Greek.

The sixth trumpet sounds. A great army of dreadful horsemen is unleashed to “slay the third part of men.”


Another mighty Angel comes down from heaven with a little book open in his hand. The Angel stands on the sea and the earth, and cries loudly. Seven thunders utter their voices. John is told to seal those things which he hears the thunders utter. The mighty Angel swears that time shall be no longer, and the seventh angel begins to sound.

A heavenly voice tells John to take the little book from the mighty Angel. John asks the Angel for the book, and he is told to take and eat it. He is told that it will be sweet in his mouth and bitter in his stomach. John finds this to be true. The Angel tells John that he must prophesy again before many.

11 (Retina)

A reed is given John. The mighty Angel of chapter 10 stands up telling John to measure the temple, the altar, and the people of God.

Then the two witnesses, which prophesy for 1260 days, are described, and the end of their history is given in detail.

It is then stated that the seventh trumpet sounded (15). After this, a picture of the time during which “[God’s] wrath is come” (18) is given. It is said that during this time “The kingdoms of this world are become the kingdoms of our Lord, and of his Christ.”


A pure woman gives birth to a man child in the presence of a great red dragon. Her child is to rule all nations, and he is caught up to the throne of God. The woman flees into the wilderness and is sustained by God for 1260 days. Machael’s war in heaven against the devil and his angels is successful. The dragon is cast to the earth, and he persecutes the woman who flies into the wilderness where she is helped by the earth.


A beast arises from the sea and is empowered by the dragon. The sea-beast continues for 42 months. All the world worships the sea-beast. Another beast rises up out of the earth, and speaks as a dragon. This earth-beast wields all the power of the sea-beast, and it causes the earth to worship the sea-beast. The earth-beast does great miracles and deceives all that dwell on the earth, convincing them to make an image to the sea-beast. The earth-beast gives life to the image of the sea-beast. The image seeks to compel all to worship it. Those who have wisdom and understanding are able to count the number of the sea-beast: 666.

14 (Image)

The Lamb stands on mount Zion with the 144,000 fully sealed. A voice from heaven like many waters is heard. Thunder rumbles. Harpers play. 144,000 sing a new song.

The Three Angel’s Messages are given. A voice from heaven declares the blessed state of those who “die in the Lord” (13).

The Son of man reaps the harvest of the earth. “Another angel” gathers the clusters of the vine of the earth and casts them into the winepress of the wrath of God.

15 (Action)

The seven angels having the seven last plagues are introduced. Those saints who were victorious over the beast, his image, his mark, and his number are seen singing on the sea of glass.

The plague-angels prepare to do their terrible work.

16 (Action)

The seven last plagues are described in detail. Armageddon is mentioned.

17 (Action)

John gets a prophetic history lesson on the “great whore that sitteth upon many waters: with whom the kings of the earth have committed fornication, and the inhabitants of the earth have been made drunk with the wine of her fornication” (1-2). He gets a lesson on the woman “which reigneth over the kings of the earth” (18).

18 (Action)

An Angel comes down from heaven, having great power. The earth is lighted up. The powerful Angel loudly declares that Babylon is fully and finally fallen and full of foul things “for all nations have drunk of the wine of the wrath of her fornication” (2). Another voice from heaven calls, “Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues, for her sins have reached unto heaven, and God hath remembered her iniquities” (4-5).

Babylon’s future, final destruction is described in poignant detail (6-19). Then the proclamation is made, “Rejoice over her, thou heaven, and ye holy apostles and prophets; for God hath avenged you on her” (20).

19 (Deadline)

The directive to rejoice (18:20) is heeded. A celebration of the Lord God omnipotent as Judge of the great whore and as Bridegroom takes place. It is said that the wife of the Lamb has now made herself ready, being arrayed in “fine linen, clean and white” (8).

Heaven is opened. A white horse and its Rider is seen followed by the armies of heaven. The Rider “treadeth the winepress of the fierceness and wrath of Almighty God” (15). Preparations are made for a great bird-feeding. The enemies of God are fully gathered to “make war against him that sat on the horse, and against his army” (19). The sea-beast and false prophet are burned alive. The rest are slain by the Rider’s sword.

20 (Results)

An Angel comes down from heaven and binds the devil into the bottomless pit for 1000 years. Those martyred for refusing to worship the sea-beast and his image reign with Christ during this millennium. There is a resurrection of the “rest of the dead” after the thousand years. Then Satan is loosed and deceives the nations, gathering them to battle around the Holy City. Fire comes down from heaven, and a lake of fire and brimstone destroys the devil, the sea-beast, and the false prophet.

John sees a summary view of the investigative and executive judgments of God.

21 (Results)

John is given a detailed view of “the bride, the Lamb’s wife” (9), the New Jerusalem.

22 (Results)

Here are some of the concluding points of the Revelation of the last Hebrew:

  • “These sayings are faithful and true” (6). (Faithful and True are names of Him that sat on the horse in chapter 19 – Jesus Christ, thus, the sayings of the book of Revelation are Jesus Christ).
  • “Blessed is he that keepeth the sayings of the prophecy of this book” (7). (Blessed is he that keepeth Jesus Christ.)
  • The book of Revelation will be fully unsealed, then probation will close (10-11).
  • Only those who do Jesus’ commandments are given a place in heaven (14).
  • “The Spirit and the birde say, Come.” If you hear this invitation, give it to others. Anyone who will, please take the water of life (17).
  • An eternal-death curse will rest upon anyone who adds or takes from the words of the Revelation (18-19).
  • Jesus promises, “I come quickly” (20).

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