When Christ Appears: An Inspirational Experience Through Revelation by David Jeremiah

My Review

David Jeremiah’s book, When Christ Appears, is set up as a devotional study of the book of Revelations. Dr. Jeremiah divides Revelations into short, easy to digest and understand chapters. In each chapter, he begins with several verses from Revelations and explains them in a way that is simple and straight-forward. He then ends the chapter with prayer.

The book is an interesting and somewhat fascinating study of the last book of the Bible.

I must admit, I usually skip over most passages in Revelations when I read the New Testament. One reason, and Dr. Jeremiah seems to agree (at least in some areas), is parts of it seem so foreboding. However, reading When Christ Appears, gave me a new perspective. Although, I will probably still skip a lot of it in future readings.

One small detail about the book that was a little frustrating is its constant enjoinders to read and references to The Jeremiah Study Bible, which I don’t own.  It was not noted as being a necessary accompaniment when I received the book.

I received this book from NetGalley. However, I was under no obligation to post a review.

Publishers Summary


When Christ Appears brings clarity to one of the most misunderstood books of the Bible. The book of Revelation promises a special blessing for those who take the time to peer into the future with the apostle John. Readers learn that Christ triumphs. Satan loses. Sorrow, sickness, and death disappear. And God Himself wipes away the tears from every eye. When the heartache of this present world weighs heavily on us, we have only to look up and look ahead at the radiant end of one story and the joyous beginning of a new story that will never end.

11 thoughts on “When Christ Appears: An Inspirational Experience Through Revelation by David Jeremiah

  1. Kristi Ann

    Amen-Amein Sister in Christ Jesus-Yeshua!! God Bless you Sister in Christ Jesus-Yeshua and Your Family members and Friends!!

    May our ONE TRUE GOD THE FATHER who art in Heaven Above Bless all my Sisters and Brothers in Christ Jesus-Yeshua and my Messianic Jewish Sisters and Brothers in Christ Jesus-Yeshua and Your Families and Friends!!

    I Love you all Everyone through Jesus-Yeshua Christ, because HE LOVED 💜💕 EVERYONE FIRST!!

    Love 💕 Always and Shalom ( Peace ), YSIC \o/

    Kristi Ann


  2. Sandra Ardoin

    I’m reading through Revelations in my daily reading now. I used to wonder how what was spoken about could take place. Seeing the state of the world today and Satan’s influence, it’s no longer hard to imagine. 😦

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    You wrote “when God wipes away all tears”. That gave me a picture of a loving father holding a crying child. His arm around him for comfort that’s enough but then whispering words of love comfort and encouragement.

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    1. RobbyeFaye Post author

      You are welcome, it is crucial info!! It is a good book, interesting for me to do such an in-depth study of Revelations, too!!!
      Hugs to you, too, sweet Lynn!!
      I’m still adjusting, LOL!


  4. believe4147

    I am currently leading a Precept study on Revelation and even as the Lord says, there is a blessing in reading, hearing and heeding this book. It is well worth the study. It is amazing how it sums up the whole of the past, the present and the future. I’m going to check out the devotional, Dr. David Jeremiah is one of my favorite speakers/writers. Thanks for sharing this.

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    1. RobbyeFaye Post author

      You are very welcome.
      It is an interesting devotional and study. Dr. Jeremiah references where Revelations speaks fo there being a blessing just in reading Revelations.
      This book would be a great addition to your studies, I believe (especially if you have his study Bible, too).
      Have a great week!

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