The Bible is a book of books, sixty-six of them, divided into two testaments.
The designations Old Testament and New Testament focus on two great covenants God made with His people: the Mosaic covenant (Sharia of Musa) and the New Covenant (Grace & Truth of Isa) (Injiil)

The name given to the second half of the Bible with its 27 books is New Testament, which literally means the new covenant of Grace & Truth, or also called the "INJIIL" starting with the Gospel accounts about Jesus/Isa, the Messiah, savior of the world as the central theme.

The NT/Injiil,  is divided in four parts as follows:            1. The Gospels/Injiil            2. History            3. Letters           4. Revelation

4. Prophecy: (Revelation) This last book describes the ultimate triumph of Jesus Christ/Kalimatullah and his people in the future.

For an adequate understanding of Revelation, the reader must recognize that it is a distinct kind of literature. Revelation is apocalyptic, a kind of writing that is highly symbolic. Although its visions often seam bizarre to any reader, the book fortunately provides a number of clues for its own interpretation (eg. Stars are angels, lamp stands are churches (1:20), the great prostitute is ‘Babylon’ (Rome?), (17:5, 18) and the heavenly Jerusalem is the wife of the lamb. (21:9-10)

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Revelation (-Apocalypses)

Author:               The Apostle John

Audience:           Seven churches in western

                            Asia Minor. (today's Turkey)

Date:                   about 95AD

Theme:               Encouragement for believers

                           to stand firm against

                           persecution and

                           compromise in the light of

                           the imminent return of Christ

                           to deliver the righteous and

                           judge evil.

The last book of the Bible (as part of the Injiil) was written at a time when Christians were beginning to suffer persecution because of their faith. It urges them to remain faithful to the Lord in everything. Some of the words in a special kind of picture language that would be understood by Christians. Especially those who understood the Old Testament well. The book is made up of series of pictures or visions, and like colored glass in a kaleidoscope they are formed and reformed. The number seven is of special importance and speaks of the perfection of God’s plan, helping the reader understand the basic pattern all through.

      The meaning of the book as a whole is very clear (although there is much discussion about the precise meaning of particular visions): there is a vast war going on between God and the forces of evil. However hard the fighting rages (and it is going on to become worse), God is the Lord of all. Through Christ (Al Masih) he has won the decisive battle of all history and he will totally conquer all his enemies, in a new heaven and a new earth. In the book of Genesis (Tawrat) the universe was created; in Revelation (Injiil) it is reborn.