. . . The Lord, the God of the Spirits of the prophets, sent his angel to show unto his servants that things which must shortly come to pass . . . and he said unto me, seal not the saying of the prophecy of this book, for the time is at hand.  (Revelation 22:6, 10)

What do these verses mean? Have these things been largely fulfilled or should we be looking for them in the future? In this classic work, Jay Adams faithfully follows such biblical timeline markers, along with Revelation’s angelic interpretations and its historical context. These lead us to a clear and satisfying understanding of the major themes of the book of Revelation.

Revelation has fascinated and confused Christians through the years Adams reminds us of its ultimate purpose—to strengthen and encourage believers in time of trial.