0 Revelation Topical Outline

The devil that deceived them was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone, where the beast and the false prophet are, and shall be tormented day and night for ever and ever. 20:10

Trivia: What did the 144,000 have written on their foreheads (Rev 14:1)?

The Revelation of St. John the Divine

1 The time is at hand (1-3)

    From John and Jesus to the seven churches in Asia (4-6)

    Jesus is coming and everyone will see him (7-8)

    Jesus has white hair, eyes of fire, and feet of brass (and has the keys to hell and death) (9-20)

2 To the angel of the church of Ephesus (1-7)

     To the angel of the church in Smyrna (8-11)

     To the angel of the church in Pergamos (12-17)

     To the angel of the church in Thyatira (18-29)

3 To the angel of the church in Sardis (1-6)

     To the angel of the church in Philadelphia (7-13)

     To the angel of the church in Laodicea (14-22)

4 A view of heaven (through an open door) (1-11)

5 Who can open this book and break its seven seals? (1-4)

     The lion from the tribe of Judah, the root of David (a dead lamb with 7 horns and 7 eyes) (5-14)

6 The four horsemen of the Apocaplypse (the first four seals) (1-8)

     The fifth seal: The martyrs beg God to kill their friends and neighbors (9-11)

     The sixth seal: The sun, moon, and stars are destroyed (12-17)

7 Don't hurt the earth or sea (until the angels mark 144,000 foreheads) (1-8)

     Their robes were made white (by washing them in lamb's blood) (9-17)

8 The seventh seal: seven angels are given trumpets (1-6)

     The first trumpet: hail, fire, and blood burn all grass and 1/3 of trees (7)

     The second trumpet: 1/3 of sea becomes blood, 1/3 sea life dies, 1/3 ships destroyed (8-9)

     The third trumpet: a star named Wormwood falls to earth (10-11)

     The fourth trumpet: 1/3 of sun, moon, and stars are destroyed (12-13)

9 The fifth trumpet and first woe: scorpion-like locusts torment people for five months (1-12)

    The sixth trumpet: 4 angels with an army of 200 million, kill 1/3 of the earth's population (13-21)

10 I ate a little book (It tasted like honey but made my belly bitter) (1-11)

11 God's two (or four?) witnesses: Two olive trees and two candlesticks (1-14)

     The seventh trumpet (15-19)

12 A woman clothed with the sun (and a 7-headed, 10-horned, baby-eating dragon) (1-6)

     The war in heaven (Michael vs. the dragon) (7-17)

13 A blaspheming sea beast (1-10)

    A fire-throwing land beast (11-15)

    The mark of the beast: 666 (16-18)

14 Only 144,000 will be saved (and they'll all be male virgins) (1-5)

     Three angels fly by with dark messages (6-13)

     Jesus and an angel kill trillions with their sickles (14-20)

15 Seven angels with seven plagues (full of the wrath of God) (1-8)

16 The seven vials of God's wrath (1-21)

17 A drunken whore sits on a ten-headed beast (1-11)

     The beast's ten horns eat the naked whore (and burn the leftovers) (12-18)

18 Babylon has fallen (it's now the home of devils and hateful birds) (1-3)

     Leave Babylon (God will send plagues, famine, and fire upon it) (4-24)

19 Hallelujah! God has judged the great whore (1-6)

     The lamb gets married (7-10)

     The king of kings slaughters people (with the sword that comes out of his mouth) (11-21)

20 The devil is locked in the bottomless pit for 1000 years (1-6)

     The devil is set free (7)

     Gog and Magog gather a huge army (8)

     God burns them to death (9)

     The devil is cast into the lake of fire (10-11)

     The dead are judged according to their works (12-15)

21 A new heaven and earth (and no more sea) (1-4)

     Those who will burn in the lake of fire and brimstone (the fearful, unbelieving, abominable, etc.) (5-8)

     The lamb's bride: a cubical city (2400 km on a side) (9-27)

22 Behold I come quickly (and don't change anything in this book) (1-21)

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