The message of the book of Revelation, that Jesus will return bringing blessing for His own and horrifying judgment on the ungodly, is too critical not to spread. Therefore, to fail to preach Revelation is not only foolish (cf. Rev. 1:3), but also sinful. Any follower of Christ who fails to learn its truths is forfeiting blessing; and any preacher who fails to proclaim its truths is sinfully unfaithful to his mandate. Not to preach the book of Revelation is to fail to exalt the Lord Jesus Christ with the glory that is due Him. The truth it dramatically conveys is that people’s response to the proclamation of the truth will fix their eternal destinies. Thos who hear the truth but continue to do wrong and be filty will by that hardened response fix their eternal destiny in hell. On the other hand, the ones who continue to practice righteousness and “keep himself holy” gives evidence of genuine saving faith. It is sobering to realize that people’s response to God’s gospel truth in this life will determine their eternal destiny. When they die, or when the Lord returns, their character will be forever fixed. Remember God’s Spirit will not always call sinners to repentance, and hte Scripture warns sinners not to harden their hearts to the point where God judicially abandons them (Psalm 95:7-8, Hebrews 3:15, Hebrews 4:7). We must understand that preaching the book of Revelation draws the line. Let me close with a question: “Which side of the line are you on?