â€śThe revelation of Jesus Christâ€ťâ€”so begins the final book of the Bible. It ends with Jesusâ€™ promise, â€śYes, I am coming soonâ€ť (Revelation 22:20). Jesus Christ is coming again! He will return in power and glory. He will return as the conquering King. However, before He returns there are events that must take place, events described in the book of Revelation. As the capstone to revealed truth, Revelation assures Godâ€™s people that Jesus will reign forever and ever. Jesus, the Lamb of God, will rule as Lord over all. Therefore, Revelation serves as a promise, a source of hope, and an assurance that Jesus Christ is Lord. He is worthy of our worship. He deserves our unflinching loyalty, obedience, and trust. Revelation 1:1-8 introduces this book by highlighting the glory of the triune God. When we reflect on the magnificent glory of the triune God weâ€™ll recognize Jesus as our worthy Savior and Lord. In these opening verses we see Jesusâ€™ glory in His revelation, redemption, and royalty.