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Ellen White notes on The Book of Revelation 2019 Q1

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Ellen White Notes for The Book of Revelation, first quarter of 2019, Pacific Press version. The “official” version of Ellen White comments on.

Sabbath School Lesson Comments by Ellen White on The Book of  Revelation, edited by J. L. Malmede VanAllen. Each 96-page eBook contains one full page of reading for each day – no fillers or advertising, additional references for further study, and much more. (Not available in Kindle format on Dec 12, 2018. Let us know if you find it.

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This Quarter’s Study Contents

  1. The Gospel From Patmos • Dec 28 – Jan 4 Lesson References  Mobile Verson
  2. Among the Lampstands • January 5-11 Lesson References  Mobile Verson
  3. Jesus’ Messages to the Seven Churches • Jan 12-18 Lesson References  Mobile Verson
  4. Worthy Is the Lamb •  Jan 19-25 Lesson References  Mobile Verson
  5. The Seven Seals • Jan 26 – Feb 1  Lesson References Mobile Verson
  6. The Sealed People of God • Feb 2-8 Lesson References  Mobile Verson
  7. The Seven Trumpets • Feb 9-15 Lesson References  Mobile Verson
  8. Satan, a Defeated Enemy • Feb 16-22 Lesson References  Mobile Verson
  9. Satan and His Allies • Feb 23 – Mar 1 Lesson References Mobile Verson
  10. God’s Everlasting Gospel • Mar 2-8 Lesson References  Mobile Verson
  11. The Seven Last Plagues • Mar 9-15 Lesson References  Mobile Verson
  12. Judgment on Babylon • Mar 16-22  Lesson References Mobile Verson
  13. “I Make All Things New” • Mar 23-29  Lesson References Mobile Verson

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Comments

2019: Q1: The Book of Revelation — 17 Comments

  1. The Biblical title for Revelation is the Revelation of Jesus Christ and I would also say.The Divine or supernatural disclosures declaration pertaining to Jesus Christ from God,

    Amen!(7)
  2. I really love these lessons because they are coinciding with what is obtaining on the ground,an eye opener! May the almighty God continue to reveal to us the wonderful truth.

    Amen!(8)
  3. In our study today, someone brought up the challenges and confusion regarding symbolisms- Babylon and the Beasts, for instance. I wonder if one quarter could be devoted to lessons on these symbolisms.
    Thank you for the blessing of providing us study guides. Very helpful! God Bless!

    Amen!(8)
  4. I really love these lessons.I My spirit has been uplifted when i read these quarterly lessons especially the lesson"Worthy Is The Lamb".God Bless!!

    Amen!(6)
  5. We've just discussed lesson 5, The Seven Seal. It is obvious that the world today is in the Fifth Seal time period and before it lapses, the probation would have closed. This generation is a privileged generation to have such a timely prophetic reminder so that no one is lost in the Second Coming; The Sixth Seal.

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  6. There are so many types of "Great Tribulation" facing believers and non believers. Of these tribulations, only those who face it for the sake of our Lord will be part of the "Sealed People of God". Those who are relaxed believing church goers & Christians might find themselves out of this group. Protect yourself right now by receiving the seal of God before the Winds are released.

    Amen!(1)
  7. This quarter lesson is really amazing because I've learned so many things about the book of revelation and also helping me ready to meet the second coming of Jesus.. .

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    • It is a good question Robert, but it should have been asked under the discussion of the daily lesson rather than this index section.

      If you to directly to https://ssnet.org and ask your question under the appropriate daily discussion you will probably get more responses.

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  8. A lesson like no other.Stefanovic-through Christ's inspiration has presented the Revelation of Jesus Christ as it ought to be in this last days.may God bless us as we delve into the 7 churches-which are our present day churches.Let us examine which church we belong to and rectify for the better as we await God's second coming.God bless you all-ssnet

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  9. The greatest secret about the future was revealed to The Lord's ailing faithful servant, John at the dawn of his life. Jesus reveals Himself as The Saviour, victor and the wonderful future to this ailing world and its inhabitants at its dawn in the last book of the Bible-Revelation like He did to John.

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  10. This study guide and information contained in it its nt really valid according to spirit of prophecy,infact its rong biblicaly ,I appeal to Yu as general conference basically ted Wilson the president that ur a one person who knwps were the church came and heading instead you indulged,alas to Yu hiders of truth

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    • I am not quite sure how you have come to that conclusion. One thing we all need to bear in mind is that the Sabbath School Study Guide is not a catechistic statement of church belief, but rather a launchpad for personal and collective study. Our church belief is based on personal study and interaction guided by the Holy Spirit, not on edicts from the church hierarchy or the recitation of church writings. Even Ellen White suggests that we should not use her as the basis of belief but to study the Bible for ourselves.

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  11. I before I did knew what was going on but the book of Revelation have open for me the eye to see hidden side

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