The Book of Revelation

Jesus is the Lord of the church, and He knows the condition of each local body of believers. The end times will be marked by an increase in wickedness, the rise of the Antichrist’s one-world government, and the fury of Satan against God’s people on earth. God pours out His wrath on a rebellious and unrepentant world in a series of judgments that steadily increase in severity. Finally, the Lamb of God returns to earth with the armies of heaven, defeating the forces of evil arrayed against Him and setting up His kingdom of peace. Satan, the Antichrist, and the wicked of every age are thrown into the lake of fire, while the followers of Christ inherit a new heaven and new earth.

Read by

Chris Sigall

Kile Smith

Kile Smith has composed GRAMMY-nominated works, with commissions from The Crossing, Conspirare, Piffaro, Cincinnati’s Vocal Arts Ensemble, Santa Fe Desert Chorale, and from many other chamber ensembles and orchestras. The English Symphony Orchestra premiered The Bremen Town Musicians, releasing it on CD with narrator Gemma Whelan. The Philadelphia Orchestra featured the original version on their chamber series. Kile was Curator of the Fleisher Collection of Orchestral Music, and at WRTI he was classical host, co-host of Discoveries from the Fleisher Collection, host of Now Is the Time, and a writer, producer, and editor. Kile composes full-time and hosts the Fleisher Discoveries podcast. He and his wife Jackie attend Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Abington, Pa., where Jackie is Music Director and Organist. They have three married daughters and one grandchild.