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Book of Revelation


Apocalypse of John presents a Messianic Jewish Vision from the Book of the Revelation explaining the apocalyptic imagery of the book of Revelation while challenging believers to live for the kingdom today. Discover the historical context behind the Book of the Revelation, and learn to decipher the riddles of The Apocalypse. More than just end-times speculation, Apocalypse of John lifts the veil and reveals the spiritual world at work behind the scenes–both in the first century and today.

Apocalypse of Messiah
According to the first three verses of the book of Revelation, God delivered an ‘unveiling” of concealed things to his Son Yeshua. He, in turn, revealed it to his angel who revealed it to John to reveal to Yeshua’s bondservants. Apocalypse of Messiah, the first teaching in the series on the book of Revelation, introduces us to the apocalyptic genre of literature in order to provide context for the book.

Some of the topics from the Book of Revelation that will be taught:
– Hidden Manna and the White Stone
– Jezebel Spirit
– Thief in the Night
– Key of David
– Stand at the Door and Knock
– The Four Living Creatures
– The Scroll with Seven Seals
– Plagues of Egypt
– The Four Horsemen
– The Mark of the LORD
– The 144,000
– Vision for a Time of Tribulation
– Seven Trumpets
– Secret of the Seven Thunders
– Times of the Gentiles
– The Two Witnesses
– The Woman and the Dragon
– Mark of the Beast
– Seven Bowls
– Days of Messiah and the World to Come
– New Jerusalem



Dr. Daniel Thomas Lancaster  is the Director of Education for First Fruits of Zion.  For many years, Daniel has been a leading teacher in the Messianic movement, helping many to see Yeshua and the Bible through Jewish eyes. Daniel is the author of First Fruits of Zion’s Torah Club resources. He is also the author of various books and commentaries including Galatians and Restoration. In addition to his work with First Fruits of Zion, Daniel is the leader of Beth Immanuel Sabbath Fellowship in Hudson, WI.


This course has been offered in-person at Beth Shechinah Congregation, Calgary, in November 2017