Gal 1:12 (KJV) For I neither received it of man, neither was I taught it, but by the revelation of Jesus Christ.
1 Pet 1:13 (KJV) Wherefore gird up the loins of your mind, be sober, and hope to the end for the grace that is to be brought unto you at the revelation of Jesus Christ.
Rev 1:1 (AMP) [This is] the revelation of Jesus Christ [His unveiling of the divine mysteries]. ...
Don Fortner (freegrace.net)
The singular subject, theme, and message of the entire Bible, the Old Testament and the New, is the Person, work, and glory of the Lord Jesus Christ. As in creation, providence, and redemption, so in the Holy Scriptures, it is the purpose of God "that in all things He might have the preeminence" (Col 1:18) The Book of God is a book all about Christ (Luke 24:27, 44-48). The Bible is a Him Book. It is all about Him. All the promises and blessings of God given to sinful men and women are in Christ (Eph 1:3). All the love, mercy, and grace of God is in Christ. All the revelation and knowledge of God is in Christ. Christ is not only the central message of Holy Scripture, He is the message of Holy Scripture. To understand that is to have the key that opens the Word of God and reveals its treasures.
That which is true of the whole Volume of Inspiration is especially and gloriously true of the last, closing chapters of the Volume, the Book of Revelation. This last book of the Bible is Christ's revelation of Himself to His servants. This Book is "The Revelation of Jesus Christ" (Rev 1:1.) ...
It contains one revelation seen in many things. It is "the Revelation of Jesus Christ."
He is Lord of lords and King of kings. Rev 17:14
JESUS, OUR LORD AND KING (Jackson, 1888)
Jesus, our Lord and King,
To You our praises rise;
To You our bodies we present,
A living sacrifice.
Now justified by grace,
And made alive to God,
Formed for Yourself to show Your praise,
We sound Your love abroad.
As dead indeed to sin,
We rise to walk anew,
Henceforth, as not our own, but Yours,
We follow only You.
Baptized into Your death,
With You again we rise,
To newness of a life of faith,
To new and endless joys.