COVENANTOR minister and author, "Durham had a high reputation for great piety, great prudence and great learning", says the Dictionary of Scottish Church History & Theology. "A very candid and searching preacher, who in an instant was in the inmost corners of your bosoms, though with the utmost caution and meekness, without giving any of his hearers the smallest ground to fret and repine at his freedom in dealing with them." Charles H. Spurgeon, in his Commenting & Commentaries says, "After all that has been written, it would not be easy to find a more sensible and instructive work than this old- fashioned exposition...the mystery of the gospel fills it with sweet savour." John Carstairs comments that the judicious reader "will count the author an interpreter, one among a thousand." Out of print for much too long, this reprint has been re-typeset from the rare and expensive first edition done in 1658. Spelling has been modernized, and it contains an Introduction by Dr. David C. Lachman. Make room on your bookshelf for Durham's Commentary on Revelation! Experience this faithful exposition that makes men wise unto the truth of the Scriptures.