Ellison, S. D.
The book of Revelation paints a breathtaking, majestic picture of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ’s coming again to complete God’s plan of judgment and salvation. This annotated, expository Bible study provides Old Testament backgrounds, commentary, and personal exhortations—distinguishing it from other Bible study guides.
Sarah Ivill (ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary) is a Reformed author, mother, homemaker, Bible study teacher, retreat and conference speaker who lives in Matthews, North Carolina, and is a member of Christ Covenant Church (PCA).
“I commend this book for bridging the gap between a commentary and a fill-in-the-blank exercise. The study of Revelation has become less challenging and more edifying with Ivill’s book.”
—Diane M. Poythress, Founder of Women’s Weekend Seminary
“This is the first study guide to the book of Revelation that I can see using in our women’s Bible studies. . . . An inviting, effective tool to gain an understanding of this often-daunting book of the Bible.”
—Kari Stainback, Director of Women’s Ministries, Park Cities Presbyterian Church, Dallas
“Rich, rich, rich. Sarah’s book on Revelation digs deep into the Word of God. She brings the whole of Scripture to bear in her expositions so that you truly see the unity of Revelation with the rest of the Bible.”
—Donna Dobbs, Director of Christian Education, First Presbyterian Church, Jackson, Mississippi
“Among the strengths of Revelation: Let the One Who Is Thirsty Come are its sensitivity to the Old Testament background of John’s visions and to the symbolic genre of the book, the personal illustrations that open and close each lesson, and the insightful study questions that encourage thoughtful engagement with the text.”
—Dennis E. Johnson, Professor of Practical Theology, Westminster Seminary California