A huge interactive presentation has just been published. These eight chapters of the book of Revelation include popular subjects like the so-called four horsemen of the apocalypse, the opening of the little book's seven seals and the sounding of the seven trumpets.
Thematic Symmetry of Revelation Chapters 4 through 11 - Interactive
I had previously published chapters 7, 9, 10 and 11 individually, but those have been replaced. Filling in the range starting from chapter 4 has been a fruitful endeavor. If you explore this fascinating version, you'll see how far more insight may be gleaned from such a consideration of the wider scope.
Even using a monitor that is tilted to give me a height of 1920 pixels, and with the browser view zoomed down to the smallest size I still have to scroll. It's big. This is the kind of project where renting out a theater would certainly be beneficial. (Maybe during the Millennial Kingdom... ;) ) I could have extended this further to include chapters 12, 13 and 14, which are already presented individually, but I didn't perceive that there would be any benefit because there's a kind of parenthetical break right there to separate them. I anticipate that there will be more compilations forthcoming, as the Lord leads and provides. It's not easy work, but the rewards are so worth the effort. Aaron and I are continuing to be advanced toward this season's goals.
You'll notice the highlighting of certain bars and lines, a feature that has been added to recently published versions. That's where you'll find commentary embedded. To explore the commentary, just click the highlighted area. Here's an image that shows one of the commentary windows.
You'll find some interesting insight into the mountains and rocks of Rev. 6. Some of the more interesting bits are down in chapters 10-11. As you wave your mouse around exploring the relationships, I encourage you to give first priority to the one between you and the One who sits on the throne, and the One who takes the little book out of His hand.