The word combination "servants of God" means "prophets". This means that according to Revelation 1:1, this book was written for prophets, not for mere mortals. The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave unto him, to shew unto his servants things which must shortly come to pass; and he sent and signified [it] by his angel unto his servant John: (1:1) In other words, this Revelation of John is a tool for preparing future prophets. People who have prepared themselves for the role of prophets should use Revelation as a textbook. Of course, other people can also read Revelation, just as anyone can read a university physics textbook, this will broaden his horizons. But not everyone becomes a physicist, just as not everyone who reads Revelation will become a prophet. Blessed [is] he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein: for the time [is] at hand. (1:2) I decided to create this topic to fill in some of the gaps many people have in their understanding of Revelation. I do not undertake to interpret the entire Revelation in all its details, because it is impossible for a person. But maybe some things will become clearer to you. To begin with, we must determine which world is spoken of in Revelation, visible or invisible. It seems clear enough to me that Revelation describes the spiritual world. This is the world of spiritual ideas of today's people. This is the world, the creation of which is allegorically described in the first chapters of Genesis. Adam's spirit world will be destroyed as a result of God's Judgment as described in Revelation. Therefore, the Revelation does not speak of the destruction of the planet Earth, it does not speak of the physical destruction of people, but it speaks of the destruction of human religious ideas, the spiritual death of many believers. The Bible was written by the hands of many people, but at the same time, all these people were guided by God's Spirit. Therefore, the language of images of Holy Scripture is the same for all books of the Bible, including non-canonical (apocryphal) books. For example, if we read in Revelation 17:15 that "the waters which thou sawest, where the whore sitteth, are peoples, and multitudes, and nations, and tongues", the same interpretation applies to Genesis 1:2, "the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters". "Water" is the image of people. If we understand that the "beasts" from the 13th chapter of Revelation are beings of the spirit world, we should understand in a similar way the beasts, which were named by man in Genesis 2:2. After all, we should not think that the Most High God is so unreasonable that he could give the ancient prophets a false revelation about the origin of the earth and humanity, contrary to modern scientific ideas. Rather, we must see ourselves as being unreasonable to such an extent that some of us even today deny the theory of evolution and the emergence of the universe billions of years ago.