Posted by: heisourstrongtower | May 11, 2013


Moments with God
New Testament Bible Reading Plan
Day 92

Be sure and read this through to the end.  There is a song, a sermon and a note from me about what I am doing next, shared at the end of this post.

Today’s Reading AssignmentRevelations 19-22

And the angel said to me, “Write this: Blessed are those who are invited to the wedding feast of the Lamb.” And he added, “These are true words that come from God.” Revelation 19:9



Study Questions for Revelation 19

Praise for Babylon’s Fall (19:1-5)

With what attitude did the great multitude shout? (1) What three things are good to shout? Why? (2)

What else did the great multitude shout about? (3) Who is the center of this praise? (4)

Who was the great multitude? (5) What is a characteristic of their relationship to God?

Jesus’ Bride: The Wedding (19:6-10)

Review the fall of Babylon in the previous chapters. What is proclaimed after it falls? (6) What happens at the beginning of the reign? (7) How has the bride made herself ready? (8; Matt. 22:1-14; Matt. 25:1-13) Does this mean that salvation belongs to them? (7:10, 19:1)

How does one receive an invitation to the wedding supper? (9; Matt. 22:1-14; Luke 14:15-24) What can we learn about our relationship with Jesus and his Father?

What was John stopped from doing and why? How has some worship other servants rather than God throughout the age we are in even to this very day?

Jesus the Bridegroom: The Wedding (19:11-21)

Who did John see next? (11) How is his coming reign described?

Who are the armies of heaven? (14) What comes out of his mouth? (15, Rev. 1:16; Heb. 4:12-13) What does it mean to tread a wine-press and what is the outcome?

What is another name of Jesus? (16) Who are the kings and lords who rule under him? Are they the kings who will be ruling at that time? (17-18) Why? (19)

What is the results of the enemies of God? (20-21) Why do people believe a lie and not the truth?


“Blessed and holy are those who share in the first resurrection. For them the second death holds no power, but they will be priests of God and of Christ and will reign with him a thousand years.” Revelation 20:6



Study Questions for Revelations 20

Jesus’ Thousand Year Reign (20:1-6)

How long will Satan be bound? (1-2) What must happen after the thousand years? (3)

Who judged? (4) Who reigned with Jesus for a thousand years? What is this called? (5)

What is promised those who reigned with Jesus? (6) Where will they reign? What should this promise do to our faith in Jesus?

Satan’s Eternal Doom (20:7-10)

Why might Satan be released from prison? (7)

What will Satan do after he is released? (8) What does this say about fallen man even when he is under perfect rule?

What is the city the Lord loves? (9) How will the Lord protect his people at that time?

What is the final outcome of the devil?

The Great White Throne of Judgement (20:11-15)

What did John see next? (11) Who was on the throne?

How is the second resurrection described? (12) What are the books and what does this say about the result of our faith?

What is death and Hades? (13) On what basis will those who rise during the second resurrection be judged?

What will be the final outcome of death and Hades? (14) What is the lake of fire? If the fire of lake is the second death, what is the first death?

On what basis will people be thrown into the lake of fire? (15) How can one’s name be written in the book of life?


“And the one sitting on the throne said, “Look, I am making everything new!” And then he said to me, “Write this down, for what I tell you is trustworthy and true.”  And he also said, “It is finished! I am the Alpha and the Omega—the Beginning and the End. To all who are thirsty I will give freely from the springs of the water of life.  All who are victorious will inherit all these blessings, and I will be their God, and they will be my children.” Revelation 21:5-7


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Study Questions for Revelation 21

The New Heaven and New Earth (21:1-8)

After the judgement at the great white throne what happened? (1) What appears for the first time? (2; Rev. 3:12) What does it mean that it is prepared like a bride? What does the appearance of the new Jerusalem mean for saved mankind? (3)

What will living with God be like? (4) What is finished? (5-6) What does it mean to overcome? (7) Compare the over-comers to those in verse 8. How does a decision now affect where we will be in the future?

New Jerusalem: the Bride’s Home (21:9-27)

Who is the bride of the Lamb and where do they live? (9-10) Who is the bride of the Lamb and where do they live? (9-10) What is the glory of God? (11; 2 Chron. 5:13-14; Prov. 25:2; John 11:40)

How is the new Jerusalem described? (12-14) Drawing pictures from its measurements what shapes are possible? (15-17) What materials are foundation and streets usually made from and what does this tell us about the new Jerusalem? (18-21)

What can we learn from verse 22? Does verses 23-25 indicate that the sun and moon won’t exist at this time? (John 3:19-218:12) Why will things be brought into the new Jerusalem? (26-27; Psalm 72:7-14)


“He who is the faithful witness to all these things says, “Yes, I am coming soon!”

Amen! Come, Lord Jesus!

May the grace of the Lord Jesus be with God’s holy people.” Revelation 22:20-21



Study Questions for Revelations 22

 The River of Life (22:1-6)

What was flowing from the throne of God and of the Lamb? (1) As it flowed down stream what was growing on its bank? (2) Where was this tree once growing? (Gen. 2:8-9) What tree was missing and why? (3; Gen. 2:16-17, 3:17)

According to verses 4-5 what was the source of life and healing: the water, the fruit, the leaves, or someone else? How is the sequential prophecy of our future ended? (6)

Jesus is Coming (22:7-21)

What does Jesus tell us as recorded in verse 7? Who are considered servants of God? (8-9) What does it mean to worship a servant rather than God?

Why are we given this book? (10-11) What does Jesus coming mean? (12-15) What are all the ways Jesus is described in these verses?

What are we, Jesus’ bride to do until he comes? (17) What are we not to do? (18-19) How have many done this? What promise is given us in verses 20-21?

I am going to be sharing with you a link to a series of sermons by Michael Youssef…these sermons are in mp3 format and so you are only able to listen to them.  There are a total of 13 sermons and I encourage you to listen to all 13 of them and see what God brings to you through the messages.  While we may be at the end of this reading plan, but we are not to the end…it is not finished for us, here on earth.

I intend to listen to these sermons and then go back to read through Revelations again and answer the questions.  It is up to you and your God how you move forward from this last day of this reading plan.

I am taking on a new challenge starting on May 13th.  There will NOT be a set “Moment with God” over the next 30 days on the Many Strands page.  The challenge I will be taking on is reading and working on a book by Sheri Rose Shepherd called, “Fit for My King.”  This challenge includes fasting from certain foods and working on getting into a right mind-set that my body IS NOT MY OWN – it is His Temple inside of me and everything I do with my body is to bring glory to GOD!

I know that during this journey I will be given “Moments with God” and I will share them as He sees fit.  If any of you are interested in joining with me and some of my friends…let me know.   You will not need the book, but if you have it or want to buy it…great!  There is a group already up and ready to stand alongside of you as we fast and get our bodies, minds and spirits into the holy temple that God created them to be.  If you would like to join us, please comment to this post  or go to the Many Strands page to send me a private message.

Dear Lord,

I just want to thank You for bringing this study to my heart.  I want to thank You for all that I learned over the last 92 days and for the love that You show me through Your word.  More importantly Lord, I want to be a vessel that is empty and clean of me, so that I can be a temple that You can live in and shine out of to bring people to You.  Help me Lord…I can not do any of this without You.  Jesus, I trust You!  Use me to bring honor and glory to You!  I Love You Lord!  I ask these things in Your name, Amen

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