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The Revelation of Christ The Mystery Unlocked

The Tribulation of the Church, The Destructon of Jerusalem, The Fiction Exposed

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Το βιβλίο της Αποκάλυψης, γράφτηκε για την εκκλησία πριν από περίπου 1.900 χρόνια και αφορούσε «αυτά που σύντομα θα λάβουν χώρα». Παρόλα αυτά, σήμερα, πολλοί έχουν αγνοήσει αυτή τη δήλωση κλειδί, και προσπαθούν να συνδέσουν τις προφητείες της Αποκάλυψης με απόμακρα και θεαματικά γεγονότα χιλιάδες χρόνια μετά τη συγγραφή του βιβλίου. Το βιβλίο αυτό εξετάζει και δίνει απαντήσεις σε ερωτήσεις όπως:

-          Ποιος ήταν ο σκοπός της Αποκάλυψης και ποιοι ήταν οι παραλήπτες;

-          Υπάρχει κάποιος βιβλικός κώδικας που μπορεί να ερμηνεύσει αξιόπιστα το όραμα του Αποστόλου Ιωάννη;

-          Είναι η Αποκάλυψη εσχατολογική ή αφορά τη ζωή της εκκλησίας στο παρελθόν;

-          Ποιος είναι ο κόκκινος δράκος με τα 7 κεφάλια και τα δέκα κέρατα;

-          Είναι η Βασιλεία του Θεού μια πραγματικότητα στη γη τώρα, ή πρόκειται να έρθει στο μέλλον;

-          Ποιος είναι ο σκοπός της δεύτερης έλευσης του Χριστού;


Για μια ενδελεχή ματιά στη βιβλική ερμηνεία των  προφητειών της Καινής Διαθήκης, αρκετά διαφορετική από τις αυθαίρετες ερμηνείες που κυκλοφορούν τις μέρες μας σε έντυπη μορφή, διαβάστε αυτό το βιβλίο με προσοχή.



Book Description

You are about to read a labor of love; Rev. John Gryparis’s love for the Bible, his love for the church and if he knew you, his love for you. His passion would entice your heart to read every word and keep this book close to your side while others continue to bring confusion. There are a lot of rabbits that people chase when studying Revelation. People make movies, write books, preach sermons, and produce charts after charts. Beware of charts. John uses Scripture to interpret Scripture. His command of his native language and his sharp mind of the entire Word of God does not beckon for extra curricular activities. This approach is a no nonsense and very easy path to understanding Revelation.

About the Author

The author was born in Greece where 98% of the population is Greek Orthodox. He was raised in the only Presbyterian Church existing at that time in Athens and is a graduate of the Hellenic Air Force Academy. In his young age he fought for professional excellence in the air as he now fights with the same zeal in spreading the truth of the Gospel. For twenty years Rev. John Gryparis prepared and delivered the “Good News” of the Gospel over the air to the Greek community in the greater Chicago area and taught many Bible classes. His proficiency in his native Greek language and the gift of discerning biblical truth gives him a unique perspective which escapes many English expositors who are dependant on dictionaries and lexicons for understanding the meaning of words found in the ancient manuscripts. While teaching revelation to a small group of believers, his good friend Bob said, “You ought to write a book about all this, so people can share on a wider scale your understanding of Scripture.” The group had never heard Revelation explained as an experience in the life of the church. Every speaker they had heard or book they had ever read always connected Revelation with Jesus’ second coming and His “Millennial Reign” on earth. The idea of writing a book about Revelation was overwhelming, so it took some time for John to overcome his hesitancy. But when the thought of the responsibility we all have to share the truth of the Gospel of Jesus crystallized in his mind, he knew that the time had come! He had to share with other believers his understanding of the message that Jesus paraded through the various visions in front of the eyes of John, on the island of Patmos. While it is true that the Revelation of Jesus has a message for the church of all time, it was given primarily for the encouragement and the edification of the young church. As Christ told John, the revelation was given, to show His servants—things which must shortly take place . . . for the time is (was) at hand.


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