Let your heart hold to all the hope and delight the Lord has given. I believe the Book of Revelation is about the New Jerusalem in contrast to the Old Jerusalem, Babylon, Sodom, “where also their Lord was crucified” (Rev. 11:8). It is the removal of the Old Jerusalem that had killed the prophets and the Lord Jesus (1 Thess. 2:15; Luke 13:34-35; Rev. 1:7).
Christ, in very un-pluralistic fashion commanded his people to disciple the nations (Matthew 28:18-20), teaching them to obey all that Christ taught them (which excludes all that other religions teach); this is also why judges and kings are commanded to “kiss the Son” (Psalm 2:10-12). Christ is Lord of all! This rule of Christ, to whom “all authority has been given” in heaven and on earth, comes through the “dominion” of the Church. Not a dominion of oppression and dominance, but a dominion of nurture and cultivation as she teaches and lives the Gospel of Christ and thus draws the nations (Isaiah 60) into the Kingdom of God. Jeremiah gives us a picture of this in the following verses.