Revelation chapter 1

Re 1:1-3. The preface.
Re 1:4-6. John’s salutation to the seven churches of Asia.
Re 1:7. The coming of Christ.
Re 1:8-20. His glorious power and majesty.

Revelation chapter 2

Re 2:1-7. What is commanded to be written to the angels, that is, the ministers of the churches of Ephesus,
Re 2:8-11. Smyrna,
Re 2:12-17. Pergamos,
Re 2:18-29. Thyatira, and what is commended or found wanting in them.

Revelation chapter 3

Re 3:1-2. The angel of the church of Sardis is reproved;
Re 3:3-7. exhorted to repent, and threatened if he do not repent.
Re 3:8-9. The angel of the church of Philadelphia,
Re 3:10-14. is approved for his diligence and patience;
Re 3:15-18. the angel of Laodicea rebuked for being neither hot nor cold,
Re 3:19. and admonished to be more zealous.
Re 3:20-22. Christ stands at the door and knocks.

Revelation chapter 4

Re 4:1-3. John sees the throne of God in heaven.
Re 4:4-5. The four and twenty elders.
Re 4:6-9. The four beasts full of eyes before and behind.
Re 4:10-11. The elders lay down their crowns, and worship him that sat on the throne.

Revelation chapter 5

Re 5:1-8. The book sealed with seven seals,
Re 5:9-11. which only the Lamb that was slain is worthy to open.
Re 5:12-14. Therefore the elders praise him, and confess that he redeemed them with his blood.

Revelation chapter 6

Re 6:1-17. The opening of the seals in order, and what followed thereupon, containing a prophecy to the end of the world.

Revelation chapter 7

Re 7:1-3. An angel seals the servants of God in their foreheads.
Re 7:4-8. The number of them that were sealed: of the tribes of Israel a certain number.
Re 7:9-13. Of all the other nations an innumerable multitude, which stand before the throne, clad in white robes, and palms in their hands.
Re 7:14-17. Their robes were washed in the blood of the Lamb.

Revelation chapter 8

Re 8:1. At the opening of the seventh seal,
Re 8:2-5. Seven angels have seven trumpets given them.
Re 8:6-8. Four of them sound their trumpets and great plagues follow.
Re 8:9-13. Another angel puts incense to the prayers of the saints on the golden altar.

Revelation chapter 9

Re 9:1. At the sounding of the fifth angel, a star falls from heaven, to whom is given the key to the bottomless pit.
Re 9:2-11. He opens the pit, and there come forth locusts like scorpions.
Re 9:12. The first woe past.
Re 9:13. The sixth trumpet sounds.
Re 9:14-21. Four angels are let loose, that were bound.

Revelation chapter 10

Re 10:1-5. A mighty strong angel appears with a book open in his hand.
Re 10:6-8. He swears by him that lives for ever, that there shall be no more time.
Re 10:9-11. John is commanded to take and eat the book.

Revelation chapter 11

Re 11:1-5. The two witnesses prophesy.
Re 11:6. They have power to shut heaven, that it rain not.
Re 11:7. The beast shall fight against them, and kill them.
Re 11:8-10. They lie unburied;
Re 11:11-13. and after three and a half days rise again.
Re 11:14. The second woe is past.
Re 11:15-19. The seventh trumpet sounds.

Revelation chapter 12

Re 12:1-3. A woman clothed with the sun travails.
Re 12:4-5. The great red dragon stands before her, ready to devour her child;
Re 12:6. when she is delivered she flees into the wilderness.
Re 12:7-12. Michael and his angels fight with the dragon, and prevail.
Re 12:13-17. The dragon, being cast down into the earth, persecutes the woman.

Revelation chapter 13

Re 13:1-10. A beast rises out of the sea with seven heads and ten horns, to whom the dragon gives his power.
Re 13:11-13. Another beast comes out of the earth;
Re 13:14. causes an image to be made of the former beast,
Re 13:15. and that men should worship it,
Re 13:16-18. and receive his mark.

Revelation chapter 14

Re 14:1-5. The Lamb standing on mount Sion with his company.
Re 14:6-7. An angel preaches the gospel.
Re 14:8-14. The fall of Babylon.
Re 14:15-19. The harvest of the world.
Re 14:20. The winepress of the wrath of God.

Revelation chapter 15

Re 15:1-2. The seven angels with the seven last plagues.
Re 15:3-6. The song of them that overcame the beast.
Re 15:7-8. The seven vials full of the wrath of God.

Revelation chapter 16

Re 16:1-5. The angels pour out their vials of wrath.
Re 16:6-14. The plagues that follow.
Re 16:15-21. Christ comes as a thief. Blessed are they that watch.

Revelation chapter 17

Re 17:1-4. A woman arrayed in purple and scarlet, with a golden cup in her hand sits upon the beast;
Re 17:5-8. which is great Babylon, the mother of all abominations.
Re 17:9-11. The interpretation of the seven heads;
Re 17:12-13. and the ten horns.
Re 17:14-15. The victory of the Lamb.
Re 17:16-18. The punishment of the whore.

Revelation chapter 18

Re 18:1-3. Babylon is fallen.
Re 18:4-8. People commanded to depart out of her.
Re 18:9-19. The kings of the earth, with the merchants and mariners, lament over her.
Re 18:20-24. The saints rejoice for the judgments of God upon her.

Revelation chapter 19

Re 19:1-6. God is praised in heaven for judging the great whore, and avenging the blood of his saints.
Re 19:7-9. The marriage of the Lamb.
Re 19:10-16. The angel will not be worshipped.
Re 19:17-21. The fowls called to the great slaughter.

Revelation chapter 20

Re 20:1-5. Satan bound for a thousand years.
Re 20:6. The first resurrection; they blessed that have part therein.
Re 20:7. Satan let loose again.
Re 20:8-9. Gog and Magog.
Re 20:10-11. The devils cast into the lake of fire and brimstone.
Re 20:12-15. The last and general resurrection.

Revelation chapter 21

Re 21:1-9. A new heaven and a new earth.
Re 21:10-22. The heavenly Jerusalem, with a full description thereof.
Re 21:23. She needs no sun, the glory of God being her light.
Re 21:24-27. The kings of the earth bring their riches unto her.

Revelation chapter 22

Re 22:1. The river of the water of life.
Re 22:2-4. The tree of life.
Re 22:5-8. The light of the city of God is himself.
Re 22:9-17. The angel will not be worshipped.
Re 22:18-21. Nothing may be added to the word of God, nor taken therefrom.