It was on the Island of Patmos that Yochanan, the apostle John, spent his last days because he refused to keep his mouth shut concerning the teachings of Yeshua. He had been repeatedly beaten, tortured, and finally plunged into a caldron of boiling oil.

It was here that Yeshua came to him with one last mission – one last message to deliver – and it would take a man who had faithfully endured pain and suffering to the end. Yeshua came to him and told him to reveal Yeshua as he is now – not as a babe in a manger, not as a sheep silent before his shearers – but as the conquering, reigning judge over all the earth – the Messiah in all his power and glory and authority. Yeshua asked Yochanan to send a message to his servants to prepare them for the earth-shaking events that would usher in the end time Messianic age.

This is the revelation of Yeshua as the Messiah – and these are the things the Messiah wants his faithful servants to know about the end of the age.

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5 thoughts on “Revelation – The Chronological Gospels – Season 2 Episode 4

  1. INCREDIBLE production – I cannot tell you how much these videos have helped me understand the things that I have read in the Bible. Micheal, you have made these revelations so understandable, It is truly a great inspiration. I place AVIV TV on all weekend. Thank you to you Michael, your staff, your production team…and supporters…especially your executive producers….! I am a widow on a limited retirement. I will sell some of my persona; possessions and send extra contributions. Thank you….thank you……I tell everyone of your ministry. I just wish that I had found your ministry sooner.

  2. Thank you all, may YeHoVaH bless you all in what you are doing! May the Truth be revealed and His Spirit outpoured to the sons and daughters of men! Glory to Yeshua our King!

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