Hanserd Knollys – Revelation 5

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Hanserd_Knollys_web Selected comments from Knollys work on Revelation chapter 5.

Rev. 5.1:

Every vision of God in his word consists of two general parts: first, something seen; and secondly, something heard:

And I saw in the right hand of him that sat on the throne, a book written, etc. The prophets and apostles being in a trance had their eyes open. (Nu 24:4 Ac 10:10-11) So had this apostle here, not the eyes of the body, but of the mind.

this was the Book of Revelations, a mystical and prophetical book, containing the Revelation of those things which were shortly to be fulfilled, and come to pass, see Re 1:1,19 4:1. This book was full, no place left void to add anything unto it, (Re 22:18) Whosoever shall add to these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book,

Rev. 5.4 & 5:

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  1. Hanserd Knollys gives one understanding of Revelation from a historicist perspective. I hope to post on Revelation from an FN Lee/WJ Mencarow perspective in the not-too-distant future.

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