Revelation 15



Revelation 15 serves as a prelude to the bowl judgments, showcasing the victorious worship of those who have overcome the forces of evil. The scene sets the stage for the pouring out of God's final judgments, as represented by the seven angels with the seven bowls filled with divine wrath. The chapter emphasizes the righteousness of God's judgment and the ultimate vindication of those who remain faithful to Him.


  1. The Prelude to the Bowl Judgments (Revelation 15:1-4): John sees a vision of those who have conquered the beast and its image, standing beside the sea of glass, praising God. They sing the song of Moses and the Lamb, acknowledging God's righteous acts and the victory of those who remain faithful.
  2. The Seven Angels with the Seven Plagues (Revelation 15:5-8): John sees the heavenly temple opened, revealing seven angels with seven golden bowls filled with the wrath of God. No one can enter the temple until these plagues are complete. The smoke from the glory of God fills the temple, indicating the divine presence and the impending judgment.