Opening Up Revelation

Roger EllsworthSKU: OUR4093 ISBN: 9781846254093



The first readers of the book of Revelation were members of 7 churches in Asia Minor. These believers were facing difficult and harsh circumstances, so much so that they must have often raised these profound questions: Why are we suffering? Who is in control? Where are things headed? In this book, Roger Ellsworth opens up the message of Revelation, showing how the Lord Jesus sent it to those believers to assure them both that he is in control of all things and that he and his people will finally triumph over all their difficulties. The good news is that this encouraging message applies equally to believers in every age

About the Author: 

Having served for almost fifty years as a pastor, Roger Ellsworth is now engaged in an itinerant ministry. He has also authored over fifty books. He and his wife, Sylvia, have two sons, Tim and Marty, and five grandchildren.


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This is a most helpful short study guide on the book of Revelation. It is ideally suited both for personal use and for group study - each chapter ends with helpful discussion questions and suggested further reading.Ellsworth begins with a very helpful section of overview, background and summary - which allows the reader to quickly grasp both the structure of Revelation and the approach being taken by the author.Each chapter runs to between 6-9 pages, with each maintaining a very clear focus and always being rooted and kept close to the actual text of revelation rather than speculative theory.As with many writers on Revelation, Ellsworth makes clear his debt to William Hendrickson’s ‘More than Conquerors’. However, this is not simply a reduction of another work!This is a very useful - and inexpensive - little volume. Peace and Truth 2015 - Malcolm Lowrie

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