BOOK OF REVELATION COMMENTARY
Book of Revelation Commentary is an extensive verse by verse commentary while addressing tough controversial passages. This commentary has been compiled by Andre Dellerba, the originator of Holy Gospels in One.
INTRODUCTION TO THE COMMENTARY
An updated extensive verse by verse commentary on the Book of Revelation with charts, images, and maps while addressing controversial passages.
The Authorized KJV 1769 Translation (Greek Received Text) is the basis for the translation therefore it is one of the best and most accurate English Translations available today. In addition, the commentary includes “Side Notes” which are merely comments inspired by the passage.
Yeshua (Jesus) is coming back very soon and He wants to prepare His church with an accurate interpretation of the Greek Text which He shared with the Apostle John.
Holy Spirit inspired this work. Therefore, the commentary captures writers such as Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Daniel, Zechariah, Ezekiel, 1 and 2, Thessalonians, Enoch and more. As a result, all glory is to be given to Holy Spirit, Yeshua my Lord and Savior, and my Heavenly Father.
Finally, we all wait expectantly for Yeshua’s return, as the earth shall be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord, as the waters cover the sea. (Hab. 2:14)
2022 Version by Andre Dellerba
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EXAMPLE OF COMMENTARY
Rev 3:16 So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth.
SO THEN BECAUSE THOU ART LUKEWARM, AND NEITHER COLD NOR HOT –
Cold is not bad, but good. Yeshua wants either cold or hot drinks. Cold water is for thirst and hot is for enjoyment or comfort.
Cold in this reference is for good. The only references to this Greek word “cold” are related to cold water to drink, something to be desired when thirsty (Matt. 10:42; Sept. Prov. 25:25).
This Greek word for “hot” is for drinking enjoyment (soup, hot drinks).
The Messenger needs to be cold or hot, but not insipid – lukewarm (Rev. 3:17). If the messenger was completely relying on/ depending on Yeshua – Yeshua would be able to drink from him (Yeshua would get satisfaction in helping him). If the messenger was grateful in what Yeshua had done for him, Yeshua would also be able to drink from him (Yeshua gets satisfaction in his gratefulness – 1 Thess. 5:18).
I WILL SPUE THEE OUT OF MY MOUTH – Now because the messenger is lukewarm, Yeshua should “spue” him out, which means vomit him out with force (similar to Sept. Isa. 19:14). Therefore, he will no longer be a part of Him (similar to Matt. 25:42-45).