The "Story of the Seer of Patmos" is sent forth on its mission of love with earnest prayer to God that it may point all who read to the Lamb of God that taketh away the sin of the world. May the Bible student find treasure, the skeptics find ground for faith, and the thoughtless become acquainted with the thoughts of God by reading this book.
Stephen N Haskell has written this in an easily read
style that explains it and its relation to our day. This copy includes the original notes from Haskell's insights and brings attention into true education, to the dealings of God with His people, and to the beautiful spiritual lessons contained in the book of Revelation that we would do well to apply today.
God has given the book of Revelation a title different from any other
book in the Bible, signifying that it is open to all. It is the
"revelation of Jesus Christ." He has pronounced a blessing upon every
one who reads it, or even hears it read. "Blessed is he the readeth, and
they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which
are written therein: for the time is at hand." It is adapted to every
mind, and is full of choice illustrations and and symbols, which will
not only interest, but instruct the reader. It is a complete book in
itself; for John was told "What thou seest, write, in a book." he then
said that he bear record of the Word of God, and "of all things that he