John is given a book that taste like honey but is bitter on his stomach. Learn how this burden on John relates to the Christian today.
Revelation Chapter 10
The 10th Chapter is and _________ between the 6th and 7th Trumpet
The first two woes have come and now there is another ________.
There’s a ‘__________ angel” with a “___________ book” or scroll
Some interpreters believe the "mighty angel" is actually Jesus Christ. Others suggest the "mighty angel" is the archangel __________. In either case, this being calls out and the result is the sound of "seven thunders" (Revelation 10:1–3).
The word another (Gr., allon) ordinarily means “another of the same kind,” that is, an angel similar to other angels which have been _____ introduced.
The angel of 10:1 is described as one who “comes down from heaven” and there is no evidence that Christ comes to earth midway in the tribulation.
John, is instructed not to ______ what He has seen and heard. Whatever message was contained in the voice of the __________ thunders, that information is not to be included in John's writing. Ps 29:3-11
This is an important reminder: that God _________ knows everything which is occurring. We are not meant to know all things, and we cannot claim to know all things—either about the end times, or any other subject (Is 55:8-9, Ro 11:33)
This is the only part of the book of revelation that is ‘_______’ up.
He is seen straddling the sea and the land with hand raised in an ‘oath’.
Read Rev 9:5-7
There will be ‘no more _________
Mystery of God – finished (unfolding the final plan?)
Eating the scroll
Ps 19:10, Jer 15:16
The incident of John’s eating the book should be ___________ to the similar experiences of Ezekiel (Ezek. 2:9-10; 3:1-4, 14) and Jeremiah (Jer. 15:16-18).206
The angel informs John, “Thou must prophesy again before many peoples, and nations, and tongues, and kings.”
These words were _________, but the ___________ of knowing them, bitter.
Jer 23:36, Zech 9, 12:1-9
Several Elders and Deacons