The Revelation of Jesus Christ
The last book in the Bible, The Revelation of Jesus Christ, was written by John. While John is not specifically identified, most scholars believe he was the disciple 'closest to Jesus'. That assessment is supported by the intimacy with which John writes this book (Revelation).
The Revelation, itself, probably is the most complex and far-reaching exposition. It talks about churches; heavens (both old and new); the Trinity (God the Father, Jesus the Son, and the Holy Spirit); the Unholy Trinity (Devil, Beast, and False Prophet); two deaths (first and second); and things New (a New Heaven and New Earth).
The Revelation of Jesus Christ is the only book that discusses each person’s eternal destiny. No one is excluded. Only the “overcomers” can enter the new heaven. All others were assigned to the Lake of Fire. Therefore, this study should be of interest to everyone.
This study is presented in several Modes: Topics Mode and Chapters Mode (correlating with the Bible structure). This homepage is the start point. The student can then select a Bible and its mode of study. Links in the Topics or Chapters open up a detailed verse by verse slider.
Navagation of the Study is by clicking links. The links open up either Topic, Chapter, or Detailed Verse Sliders. Within the open page, clicking links will open supporting information (other verses, physical phenomena information, and spiritual guidance) . The 'Back Button' takes the student back up one level as normal. The "NE1.COM" Logo at the top of the Sliders is a QuickJump that brings the student back to the website homepage.
Each verse card has the complete verse at the top. The remainder of the verse card is a paragraph-by-paragraph study of the complete verse. All verse fragments are highlighted in bold.