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Watch or listen now on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and RSS!

Watch or listen now on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and RSS!

Watch or listen now on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and RSS!

Watch or listen now on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and RSS!

Chapter 1

Chapter 1 in the Book of Revelation is the prologue or introduction for the entire book. John Cassinat has published seven (7) podcasts for the individual verses in chapter 1 in verse order. These verse-by-verse podcasts can be accessed from this page by clicking on the image or podcast title listed below. Each podcast title includes a section number [§], which corresponds to the section number in The Book of Revelation Doctrinal Commentary: Unveiling Jesus Christ, where John Cassinat explains the content of the same verses. 

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Watch or listen to these verse-by-verse podcasts on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and RSS!

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This podcast provides a detailed description and analysis of Revelation 1:1-3. These three verses set forth the title and subject matter for the entire Book of Revelation, which is the unveiling of Jesus Christ. The Revelation comes from God through Jesus Christ to his servant John, and to all other faithful people who are also considered servants. The podcast explains the meaning of "things which must shortly come to pass," the signification of the Revelation by an angel, the angels who appear throughout the Revelation, the testimony of Jesus Christ that John bare of all things he saw, John’s witness to the world of all things he saw, the duties of all people to read, hear, understand and keep the sayings of the prophecy, and the urgency to do so because “the time is at hand.”

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This podcast describes the visions of John the Revelator in Revelation 1:4-6. These verses contain John’s salutation to the seven churches in Asia Minor. The name-title of Christ “which is, which was, and which is to come” is explained. The Seven Spirits are interpreted as the seven servants or leaders of the seven churches. This podcast further explains what it means for Jesus, “the faithful witness” to be the “first begotten of the dead and the prince of the kings of the earth,” and how his atonement washed or loosed us from sin. Revelation 1:6 describes “God and his Father” which refers to God the Father (our Heavenly Father) who also has an exalted Father. The discussion of this verse includes a description of how creation is multi-generational and one generation is patterned after every other generation. We are literal children of a Heavenly Father and Heavenly Mother in this generation of their spirit offspring. This podcast concludes with a discussion of the two-fold doxology or worship of Christ included in Revelation 1:6.

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This podcast describes the visions of John the Revelator in Revelation 1:4-6. These verses contain John’s salutation to the seven churches in Asia Minor. The name-title of Christ “which is, which was, and which is to come” is explained. The Seven Spirits are interpreted as the seven servants or leaders of the seven churches. This podcast further explains what it means for Jesus, “the faithful witness” to be the “first begotten of the dead and the prince of the kings of the earth,” and how his atonement washed or loosed us from sin. Revelation 1:6 describes “God and his Father” which refers to God the Father (our Heavenly Father) who also has an exalted Father. The discussion of this verse includes a description of how creation is multi-generational and one generation is patterned after every other generation. We are literal children of a Heavenly Father and Heavenly Mother in this generation of their spirit offspring. This podcast concludes with a discussion of the two-fold doxology or worship of Christ included in Revelation 1:6.

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This podcast provides a verse-by-verse analysis of Revelation 1:9-11. After the introductory verses in the Book of Revelation, these verses begin the initial substantive visions. In these verses John identifies himself by name as a peer among his fellow-saints that suffer tribulation. The podcast explains the conditions of John’s day and his banishment to the island of Patmos for his witness and testimony of Jesus Christ. The podcast also explains what it means to be patient in a gospel-sense. John’s vision of Jesus Christ occurred on the “Lord’s Day,” which means Sunday. John was “in the Spirit” on that day as the vision was heralded by a symbolic trumpet. This podcast describes the process whereby Sabbath-day worship went from Saturday among the Jews to Sunday among Christians. The podcast concludes with the directive for John to write the vision on a scroll that was to be sent to the Seven Churches in Asia.

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This podcast explains the symbols and images found in Revelation 1:12-15, including the seven golden candlesticks, the menorah, Christ standing or walking in the midst of the seven candlesticks, the name-title of Christ as the Son of Man, the long garment worn by Christ, the golden girdle tied at Christ’s chest, his head and hair that was white like wool and snow, his eyes like the flame of fire, his feet like fine brass and his voice of many waters.

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This podcast describes the visions of John the Revelator in Revelation 1:4-6. These verses contain John’s salutation to the seven churches in Asia Minor. The name-title of Christ “which is, which was, and which is to come” is explained. The Seven Spirits are interpreted as the seven servants or leaders of the seven churches. This podcast further explains what it means for Jesus, “the faithful witness” to be the “first begotten of the dead and the prince of the kings of the earth,” and how his atonement washed or loosed us from sin. Revelation 1:6 describes “God and his Father” which refers to God the Father (our Heavenly Father) who also has an exalted Father. The discussion of this verse includes a description of how creation is multi-generational and one generation is patterned after every other generation. We are literal children of a Heavenly Father and Heavenly Mother in this generation of their spirit offspring. This podcast concludes with a discussion of the two-fold doxology or worship of Christ included in Revelation 1:6.

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This podcast includes a doctrinal explanation of the words of the apostle John in Revelation 1:19-20. These verses contain John’s charge to write the subject matter of all his visions from Patmos island­—past, present and future. These verses are essentially an outline of John’s visions for the entire Book of Revelation.

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