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The Lamb is all the Glory: Revelation

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The book of Revelation is the glorious culmination of Scripture. Everything focuses on the one who is the Lord of Glory—Jesus Christ. Richard Brooks comes afresh to the message of Revelation with a warm, pastoral exposition that feeds the hearts as well as the mind of the reader. As with all the Welwyn Commentaries, this volume is practical, clearly written, and easy to understand. Above all, it points us to the glorious victory that awaits all those who faithfully follow the Lamb of God.

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“It is not the church’s business to make truth, alter truth or improve truth, but rather to receive it, stand firm upon it, contend earnestly for it, preach it, adorn it with holy living, and—if necessary—die for it.” (Page 24)

“He dwells in our hearts and lives. He has written His laws upon our minds and hearts. Our very bodies are temples of His Holy Spirit. Christ dwells in our hearts by faith. He reigns over us from within.” (Page 182)

“the bride receives a picture of the glory of the Bridegroom and of the time when” (Page 201)

“People are so gullible, so easily led, so readily sucked into the system” (Page 125)

“If the church is not doing this it is not being the church” (Page 23)

Richard Brooks comes afresh to the message of Revelation with a warm, pastoral exposition that feeds the heart as well as the mind of the reader. As with all the Welwyn Commentaries, this volume is practical, clearly written, and easy to understand. Above all, it points us to the glorious victory that awaits all those who faithfully follow the Lamb of God.

—Dr. Joel R. Beeke, President and Professor of Systematic Theology and Homiletics at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary

  • Title: The Lamb is all the Glory: Revelation
  • Author: Richard Brooks
  • Publisher: Evangelical Press
  • Series: Welwyn Commentary Series
  • Publication Date: 1993
  • Pages: 222
Richard Brooks (1912–1992) was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and attended Temple University. A novelist, director, screenwriter, and producer, he was known for hard-hitting dramatic films that addressed social themes and for his skillful adaptation of literary material for the screen. His celebrated films include The Blackboard Jungle, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Elmer Gantry, and Looking for Mr. Goodbar. After serving in the Marine Corps during World War II, Brooks wrote The Brick Foxhole (1945), The Boiling Point (1948), and The Producer (1951) before turning full-time to movies.
 

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