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Campbell River to explore the prophecies of revelation in new Bible study series

Interest in prophecy has recently captured the attention of North America, and in the last decade, the topic has graced the covers of TIME and Newsweek.

Many are wondering if the recent political and economic upheaval is a sign of the end.

In the midst of all this confusion, many people are turning to the Bible for answers. It is for this reason that, beginning Feb. 15, It Is Written Television will be presenting a special DVD series about the book of Revelation called

Revelation Today, featuring John Bradshaw director and speaker for It Is Written Television.

Over the course of this free, media event, Bradshaw will open the Bible to explore Revelation chapter by chapter. In a world where many people are terrified of what the future holds, Bradshaw has found that Revelation actually contains a message of peace and hope for the future. He also will show that the Bible itself holds the keys to revealing the signs of Revelation, and that by studying other parts of this Holy Book, one can find answers to what will happen in the final days of Earth’s history.

“The book of Revelation is possibly the most misunderstood and confusing book in the Bible, when in fact it is the revelation of Jesus Christ,” said Bradshaw. “During this series, Bible subjects typically shrouded in confusion will be made clear as we learn how the messages in this book apply to our lives today.”

Revelation Today begins Friday, Feb. 15, at 7 p.m. in the Sportsplex located at 1800 Alder St. South Room 1 in Campbell River. You may register to attend on-site during this free event, or by calling 250-923-2383.

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