Revelation 20 Devotional Commentary

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Revelation 20:1

There are many diverse interpretations of this passage by those who reject the 1000-year long reign of Christ on earth, but for those who interpret the Bible literally, historically, and grammatically, there is no conflict. Chapter 19 tells of the events surrounding the Second Coming of Christ at the end of the 7-year Tribulation period, while chapter 20 gives a panoramic overview of the glorious Millennial reign of Christ on earth, from the binding of Satan at the read more...

Revelation 20:4

The most amazing revelation of Jesus Christ, was given to the apostle John when he was banished to the inhospitable Isle of Patmos.

The final chapter in God's plan of redemption is played out in graphic detail, until the Lord Jesus, the supreme Ruler of heaven and earth, bursts through the clouds accompanied by the armies of heaven, with "King of kings and Lord of lords," written on His robe and on His thigh.

Once the evil beast and

Revelation 20:6

The resurrection of the body is a blessed biblical truth that is often overlooked or misunderstood. Man is a tripartite being, made up of spirit, soul, and body. We are born dead in trespasses and sins but our human spirit is resurrected - or made alive at the point of our salvation. After salvation, throughout our entire Christian life, our soul is being made new through a process of practical sanctification... as day by day our read more...

Revelation 20:11

From beginning to end the Bible gives, clear systematic teaching that man is a sinner and under the eternal wrath of God. But God in His grace formulated a perfect plan of redemption for all mankind, by sending His only begotten Son to become a Man, so that His perfect life and sacrificial death would satisfy God's righteous anger against all sin - including my sin and including yours.

Only those who believe on His death, burial