The Book of Revelation
Above top is a photo copy of the 1611 King James Bible. The bottom picture is copied from a modern day King James Bible.
Who is the Revelator? John or Jesus? The title says, "The Revelation of St. John", but the very first verse says "The Revelation of Jesus Christ."
It's been labeled this way for almost four hundred years! Why isn't the title, "The Revelation of Jesus Christ? or "The Revelation of Jesus Christ to John?"
Page titles are like a footnotes -
not inspired. But verse one is inspired.
So, "What is the point?" you ask.
When reading Revelation, when it reads "I saw" it is talking about what John
saw. When Revelation says "I will do such and so". It is Jesus who is
speaking through his angel.
1. Revelation is about the future - not the past