The book of Revelation was given so that believers in Christ would know “the things which must soon take place,” including the coming of the Lord Jesus. It’s important for us to read this book, and it’s on my heart especially now. If you feel the same, come study with me.

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  1. Alleluia! Glory to God!
    Thank you so much Kim. I had a rough time going through this book. I had avoided it in the past after I read through it once. Then as the study began I read it again. My fear, the tribulation. Will Jesus return for us before all this? I know as you began you said the study was observational but pre trib, mid trib, post trib return questions were on my mind though I didn't ask. I followed as you went through the chapters.
    Am trusting Him in His timing. This chapter tells me of His love for us and fear not.
    Thank you so much for leading us through this.
    Blessings to you and your family. You are truly a blessing to me, us. Am listening to this again & it's late but I did want to share.

  2. Oh glory God has this thing fixed. The beauty of His holy ness will be in that great city that He has prepared. This lesson was great no more of Satan death, sorrow, pain, sickness, and crying will all be gone Hallelujah! What a time…….. Meet you in the city.

  3. What an amazing chapter I'm in complete awe! I can only imagine what the crystal clear gold could look like. I'm so excited about the ultimate homecoming celebration! What an awesome teaching I'm so excited for the climax ending next Sunday but I sad to know it will be over😥! Your an amazing teacher keep sharing the good news sis!❤🙏🏽✝️

  4. I'm a little sad this book is coming to an end, but a group ministry online started Revelation we are on Week 3 Chapter 11. From on who would not read Revelation to someone reading it back to back. The imagery and visuals in this Book of the Bible really is something else. v27 My Lord oh God.

  5. Oh, my goodness…I cried through this whole chapter! I mean ugly crying – tears of praise, thankfulness, gratefulness, love, adoration, anticipation, longing, etc. etc. etc. just streaming down my face. How majestic, awesome, powerful, praise-worthy are You, my Lord and my God. I CANNOT WAIT for this! And when John told us that there is no need for the sun and moon because God's glory and the Lamb are the light??!! Chills!

    That was another thing that made me just bawl – when Adanya died, our pastor read a book at her funeral service called "Mommy, Please Don't Cry", written from the perspective of a little girl telling her Mommy all the wonders of heaven….there was a page where she says "there is no darkness here – Jesus is the light of heaven" so of course I just started thinking about that and how joyful and healed Nya is in that bright, beautiful place with her King!

    This chapter right here is one of the most beautiful in the Bible – the most glorious treasures of this earth cannot even BEGIN to compare to what's coming, and we will be there celebrating soon. Thank you God for your goodness and mercy and an end to all suffering and pain.

  6. Amen❤️such a reminder to all of us to keep clinging because eternal life awaits God’s most precious gems the Believers of Christ. Adding to the collection of sapphires jasper onyx emeralds etc. 🙏🏾

  7. Good afternoon, Thank you, I pray for your strength in the Lord the devil trying to distract people in these last days we must stay steadfast unmovable always abounding in the work of the Lord.

  8. Hi Kimmy, it seems like such a long time since you did verse 20,but your here now and I was so happy to hear you read again .Pretty heavy my my one cell brain but with you leading the way I wont give up.Thank you.
    So how are you doing in general. Did you move and do you have anything new and upcoming. Well another Sunday reading for me to try and digest.I enjoy your reading the Bible so much and really want you to know how much I appreciate it .
    Take care stay safe and will see you next time.Hugs from Carolyn

  9. I needed uplifting today so I was glad to begin my study early today. I am a bit saddened also because we have come close to finishing the book of Revelations. Joy and well being to us all🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

  10. I love verse 2. "made ready as a bride adorned for her Husband."
    I love verse 9 "I will show you the bride, the wife of the Lamb."
    Jesus has always desired a bride, a wife. His Holy Heart is full of love for those who love Him.

  11. Alright y'all, so this chapter is bomb and I'm exciteddddddd🤗🤪. So John describes for us how he sees a new heaven and a new earth because the first has passed away. And I was kinda confused about the old heaven part, so I went to my handy dandy, and they said, " "The heavens" as referred to here, does not include the heaven where God dwells. The word translated as "heaven" most likely refers to earth's atmosphere and/or space." So I was like, okay bet. They also referenced 2 Pet. 3:7, but I wanted to include verses 5 and 6 for good measure😊. It says there was also no sea, and lowkey, I was like "dang no beach in heaven". This is what they said about the sea. "According to this verse, there will not be a sea on the new earth. The absence of a sea assures us this verse does not refer to the millennial earth, because during the millennium large bodies of water will exist (Isaiah 11:9; Ezekiel 47:8–10, 15, 17–20; 48:28; Zechariah 9:10; 14:8). It must describe the eternal earth." Next, John saw the holy city coming down out of heaven prepared as a bride adorned for her husband. This reminded me of chapter 19:8. A loud voice from heaven says, "the tabernacle of God is with men. He will dwell with them, and they shall be His people. God Himself will be with them and be their God." This part reminded me of Exodus 6:7. Verse 4 reminded me of Isa. 25:8, 61:1-3, Luke 4:16-21, and chapter 7:16-17…………and "Revolution" by Uncle Kirk😂. He who sat on the throne says "I make all things new" and it lowkey reminded me of Isa. 43:18-19. But this is like…next level new thing lol (Doing a new thing, I'm doing a new thing. Can't you see iiiiittt?😏😂💚) But it also reminded of Hezekiah Walker's version of "Moving Forward". Like toward the end where it's like "You make allll thiiiings new, yes, You make allll thiiiiings new, and I willll follow You forwaaaaaard!" Okay, sorry. Random jam session. You know how it goes lol. But that's been in my head since I read that part lol. He then tells John to write for these words are faithful and true, and it reminded me of chapter 19:11. The words are faithful and true because He is Faithful and True. What He says, He will do. 😂😂😂 Okay, okay, Ima chill with the jams🤪. He says He is the Alpha and Omega, the Beginning and the End. This is like chapter 1:8. We can get into Genesis 1 and John 1 where it says "In the beginning", but I won't do that here lol. He said He will give of the fountain of the water of life freely to him who thirsts. This is similar to chapter 7:17. It also reminded me of John 4 with Jesus and the woman at the well. He who overcomes will inherit all things. Not some things, but all things. This is like the messages to the churches where He says, "He who overcomes…" But all the bad people (too lazy to type all of it😂) they're not gonna inherit it. Nope. Nay Nay. They gon inherit that fire and brimstone though. Yep yep yep. And it will be no fun. Chapter 20:14. That's their life. Night and Day. Day and night. 6 to 6 and 12 to 12. Anyway, one of the 7 angels who had the bowls carries John in the Spirit to show him the Lamb's wife. High on a mountain the great holy city was BOMB! Honestly my SB note goes a little into detail about the next few verses, so I won't go into that here, but I do want to talk about the gold. The city and streets were pure gold, but like clear transparent glass. It's like it's so pure and shiny that it gives off the look of being clear like glass. Just the visual is A-MA-ZING!!! Just so purely beautiful. Verse 22 made me just pause and sit. There is no temple, which was a place for the Lord to dwell, because He is the temple. Like….🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯🤯 Ion know about you, but I. LOVE. THAT. We need to just take a moment of silence……………………………………………………………………………………………………….okay. Let's move on. The city doesn't need a sun or moon for light because the glory of God illuminated it. The Lamb is it's light. Another moment of silence…………………………………………………………………………………………….whew!! Meditate on THAT! But this verse reminded me of Isa. 60:19-20, John 9:5, and of course I'm bringing it all the way back to Gen. 1:14-19 because…why not? Lol. The nations of those who are saved shall walk in its light, and the kings of the earth shall bring their glory and honor into it. Now what kings are these? Obviously not the bad ones from previous chapters, right? Because they're kinda a little bit dead…😂 Ahem. Anywho. Verse 25. No night. Reminds me of Psalm 139:12. Moment of silence…………………………………………………………………………..Verse 26. Glory and honor. Verse 27. Not narry (issa word😂) one thing that defiles is allowed in. And last minute, this reminds me of Matt 22:11-14. The one who didn't have a wedding garment. Not invited. Access denied. ONLY those who are written in the Book of Life. It's exclusive. VIP😂. The end. 😂

    Literally that's it for me, it's shorter than usual, but it has been a weeeeeeeeek of….not that greatness lol, but #WeCling. I just finished this yesterday, so forgive the lacklusterness of it all. But I hope you enjoyed nonetheless lol. #KeepClinging 💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚 Byeeeeeeeeeeee😘

    John was summoned by one of the seven angels who had the seven bowls to come and see the Lamb's wife–"the holy Jerusalem". From a vantage point of a high mountain, perhaps a reference to the actual site of Jerusalem, John saw the great city descending out of heaven from God (Ps. 48:1,2; Isa. 2:2; Ezek. 40:2, 48:12-16; Zech. 8:22, 14:16). The most striking feature of city is that she bears the "glory of God". John's description of the city mirrored the language he used when trying to describe the glory of the heavenly throne, as he used the metaphor of precious stones to speak of its indescribable radiance. The city had a "great and high wall", indicating that she was secure and inviolable. The walls have 12 gates over which 12 angels stand guard (Isa. 62:6, Ezek. 48:31). Angels as gatekeepers may be a mark of dignity or an indication that the angels are in control of who enters. The gates are marked with the names of the 12 tribes of Israel, and 12 foundations are inscribed with the names of 12 apostles (Ezek. 48:31, Eph. 2:20), indicating that the city includes the nation Israel of the OT as well as th4 universal church of the NT. The angel measure the city with a gold reed. The measurements reveal a perfectly symmetrical quadrangle, "twelve thousand furlongs" (about 1500 miles) in length and breadth and height. This cubic shape may represent the perfection and vastness of thr New Jerusalem, or it may be reminiscent of the shape of the Most Holy Place (1 Kings 6:20). The building materials are spectacular: jasper, gold, pearls, and all kinds of preciois stones. The splendor of this city is unsurpassed. She stands in glorious radiance "as a bride adorned for her husband", ready for her marriage to the Lamb. There is no temple in the new Jerusalem. In OT, the temple was viewed as the dwelling place of God. After Christ's Resurrection, the people of God took over the function of the historic temple, for the Spirit of God came to dwell in them (1 Cor. 3:16, Eph. 2:21). In the age to come, no temple is needed, for God will live among His people on face-to-face communion.

  12. Hi Kim and Happy Sunday. Got a green shirt on 'cause it's #ClingSunday lol. And it matches your Cling cup!!! Kinda lol My shirt's a dark green but it'll do. Happy to be here after a not so awesome week😊. You already know the comment is coming, so wait for it. When ya blink it'll be there😂.


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