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  • Submitted: Sep 19 2020 04:21 PM
  • Last Updated: Nov 03 2022 06:47 PM
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  • Author: Andre Dellerba
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  • Tab Name: Andre

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Download 2022 Book of Revelation Commentary 6

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Eschatalogy (Endtimes) Dispensationalism Revelation
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Author:
Andre Dellerba

e-Sword Version:
9.x - 10.x

Tab Name:
Andre

2022 BOOK OF REVELATION – COMMENTARY MODULE (A-REV)

(Windows and Mac Version)



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. 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

  • For windows copy the file with the cmtx extension to the e-Sword folder: Generally it is C:\Program Files (x86)\e-Sword
  • For mac copy the file with the cmti extension to the eSword folder: /Users/youraccountname/Library/Containers/net.e-sword.e-Sword-X/Data/Library/Application Support... Generally the files are hidden, to un-hide, in Finder use the shortcut: CMD + SHIFT + . (command shift period) press once to show hidden files and again to hide them.
If you would like the book version module (topx or refi) refer to http://www.biblesupp...-book-version/ These pages can be read through the Reference Library window if loaded into the Resource Location, typically C:\Program Files (x86)\e-Sword folder or copied to the ...\Documents\e-Sword\ folder and then read with the Topic Editor options.


For more information on this commentary - https://heavenscatal...ion-commentary/

What's New in Version 6 (See full changelog)

  • Nov 22 - New charts and updated commentary
  • July 22 - Updates on commentary and a new chart
  • 2022 - Additional charts and updates
  • 2022 - New Revision + Windows and Mac versions
  • 2021 - July-Nov: Update on commentary and verses
  • 2021 - Jan-June: Included Charts, Illustrations and Maps


I'm presently attempting to download 'Book of Revelation (version 2)', but not being successful.

Hi Gordon, thanks for reaching out.  I double checked.  It seems to work.  The file is quiet large 107MB (because of the high density maps).  3 things to check 1) Do you know the size of the file that downloaded.  2) Do you have the latest version of eSword installed.  3) It could be the download speed from the servers or your fire wall limit for download.  You can try download from this location to see if it works - https://heavenscatal...ion-commentary/

 

Feel free to answer the above questions and I will see how to help. 

Hi to the ‘five-star’ team,

 

Thank you all greatly for your outstanding support!

 

May you all please forgive me for not informing you all beforehand that I had already managed to download ‘Book of Revelation – Book version 2’? I am extremely grateful for receiving your post! Could you please let Andre Dellerba that I am finding his commentary to be extremely interesting!

 

With God’s abundant blessings!

Gordon Mylroie

Thanks Gordon for the feedback

I have just downloaded this and wanted to thank you. I can see the intensive work that went into this with the charts and graphs. Revelation is one of the books I have trouble working through in my Bible study so this is a huge blessing.

 

By the way, for anyone else who, like me, was confused about adding modules to version 13 of e-Sword, this is what I was told and it works for me on Windows: find the downloaded file on your computer & then copy/paste it directly into the e-Sword directory. My directory was found at C:\Program Files (x86)\e-Sword\

 

I hope this helps someone. It sure has helped where I was not able to use a lot of these awesome resources.

 

God bless everyone who uses their skill, talent and generosity to share things with others. And don't forget to donate when you can.

Thanks for sharing

Downloads updated Jul 31, 2022 provide two modules: [1] revelation.cmti and [2] Revelation.cmtx

The received text isn't actually the most accurate unless you hold the erroneous viewpoints of the KJV onlyist  movement. Saying that the received text is one of the best available texts is like saying that Codex Bazae isn't the most erroneous of all available texts.  Maybe someone should study textual criticism a little more closely.

It is because of the study of textual criticism that the received Text is one of the best source text.  Because of this, one of the best English translation (not the only) is the KJV 1769.  Especially when comparing early manuscripts in Greek and other languages. Some helpful notes to help on research. https://www.nakedlif...c/bible-history

 

 


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