The Apocalypse of
A Bible Study By
Edited and Revised By
Print edition: Copyright 1996, Fred Kenison and Merrill Douglass.
Electronic edition: Copyright 2009, Fred Kenison and Merrill Douglass
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All verses in Revelation are taken from the Interlinear Greek-English New Testament with a Greek-English Lexicon and New Testament Synonyms by George Ricker Berry, King James Version, published by Baker Book House in Grand Rapids, MI (18th printing, 1995), reprinted from the original edition issued by Handy Book Company, Reading, PA, original copyright 1897 by Hinds & Nobel. Berry's Interlinear is based on the Greek text of Stephens, 1550, which is commonly called the Textus Receptus.
All other Bible quotations were taken from the King James Version of QuickVerse© for Windows, published by Parsons Technology, Hiawatha, IA.
The Greek or Hebrew words in parentheses are the words taken from Strong's Concordance, which are normally the base word. Strong's numbers are also shown in the parentheses. Strong's words and numbers are taken from the Strong's Dictionary in QuickVerse© 4.0 for Windows, published by Parsons Technology, Hiawatha, IA.
The illustration of John writing on Parmos is part of the Dover Electronic Pictorial Design Series, and used with permission of the copyright owner, Zedcor, Inc., Tucson, AZ.
The hymn, Trust and Obey, is used with permission of Singspiration Music, Zondervan Corporation, Grand Rapids, MI.