Yann Opsitch addresses how the book of Revelation can help us view things from the perspective of eternity and of heaven. The heavenly perspective shown to John is one full of expectation and hope. However, the earthly perspective is often one of pain and struggle. John himself was exiled on Patmos and wrote to the churches in Asia who were undergoing difficulties both internal and external. He writes that he is their “partner in the tribulation and the kingdom and the patient endurance that are in Jesus” and who “was on the island called Patmos on account of the word of God and the testimony of Jesus” (Revelation 1.9).
The book contains 21 chapters, including “Fear Not,” “The Son of Man,” “A Door to Heaven,” “The Great Tribulation,” “The Mark of the Beast,” “Armageddon,” and “The Water of Life.”
256 pages

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365 Days to Learn, Meditate and Pray from the Psalms and the Sermon on the Mount. This book helps readers develop the discipline of coming each day before the Lord in a quiet place for the renewal of their faith, hope, and love through the Lord Jesus. Drawing its title from Psalm 95.2 (“Let us come before his presence with thanksgiving”), it contains readings for 365 days of the year, divided into 52 sections (weeks). Each day’s reading includes a scripture from the Psalms or the Sermon on the Mount, focus on a specific topic, a discussion of its meaning, and a prayer. The topics addressed include “Trusting God”, “Nations”, “Parents”, “Babies and children”, “Heaven”, “Angels”, “Being Salt and Light”, “The Narrow Way”.
642 pages.


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