Throughout the book of Revelation the scene shifts from heaven (Chapter 1), to earth (Chapters 2-3), then back to heaven (Chapters 4 – 5). In today’s heavenly scene we are introduced to the judge of all that is created. We are also introduced to the agents of the coming judgment.
Note carefully in verse 11 that God is worthy to judge because He created all things. Some today would seek to dismiss the creation account in Genesis chapters 1 and 2 as mythical. But if that were true the basis for God’s right to judge evaporates. You just can’t deny one part of the Bible without denying the rest.
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|2 Peter 1||1 John 1||2 John||3 John||Jude||Revelation 1 – 2|
|2 Peter 2||1 John 2||Revelation 3|
|2 Peter 3||1 John 3|
|1 John 4|
|1 John 5|
In His Grace,