The Mystery of Christ

The Mystery of Christ

The Mystery of Christ


The Book of Revelation is the only book of the Bible in which Jesus is directly named the author. In the Gospels, Jesus spoke constantly in parables and spiritual language, and He continues to do so in His Revelation. When His disciples asked Him why He spoke in parables He said, Because it is given unto you to know the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven, but to them it is not given.

The Mystery of Christ interprets The Revelation of Jesus Christ using the Scriptures as the key to understanding the visions. No other book of the Bible contains more quotations and allusions to other Scripture than does the Book of Revelation, and the visions become clearer as we review how the same figures of speech and symbolic language have been used and explained by earlier writers of the Word.The Book of Revelation promises a blessing to those who read it – yet it remains one of the most neglected books of the Bible. There are abundant spiritual blessings in this last written message from Christ to His Church, and the greatest is the wonderful news of Christ and His spiritual kingdom so vividly unveiled in the Revelation.

The Testimony of Jesus Christ (Rev 1:2) inspires the Christian to overcome the temptations and deceptions of Satan’s world empire of evil, and so be found worthy to stand before the Throne and hear the words, Well done, thou good and faithful servant…enter thou into the joy of thy Lord.

Ted Byler – 615 pages (Hardcover)

Available in three languages:  English, Romanian, and Spanish.

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Introduction and Chapters 1 – 3 

Chapters 4 – 7   

Chapters 8 – 11  

Chapters 12 -14

Chapters 15 – 16

Chapters 17 – 19

Chapters 20 – 22