I was curious how others interpreted Revelation 22. To me, this seems to be a conversation just between Jesus and John. I see no breaks where other people join and leave the conversation. Trinitarians don't like that because if this is the case, it would specify that AFTER Christ ascended, even after he's given authority and a throne, he is still referred to as an angel. He has authority given to him, but directly tells people NOT to worship him as even then he is still a fellow servant, and worship belongs to God. (I've put in blue what seems to be Jesus speaking, and bolded relevant parts that seem to confirm this, as in each section he says in the 1st person singular "I am coming." And at the end, john responds "Come lord Jesus.") However, I've seen some JWs reject this idea because in the middle, he speaker uses the phrase "Alpha and Omega, the first and the last"... a phrase which Jehovah has also used. But I don't see that as confusing the two, necessarily... given the context where Jesus is clearly shown using at least the "first and the last" phrase in his own context: So, Alpha and Omega may not be in itself an expressionof diety... but a reference to being "First and Last" in some sense, similar to how Jesus is clearly our lord, without being The LORD (his God, and Father Jehovah). So what do you say? It's rather clear Jesus is speaking to John in verse 6, because "the one who is coming" is Jesus. Verse 12 is him to, and verse 16 and on is indisputably Jesus... But some say John was just fine talking to Jesus, then some nameless angel flies midconversation, obviously more impressive than Jesus somehow, to mention one thing, disappear and have Jesus continue without any explanation. Others say the same thing about Jehovah popping in at verse 13, and leaving with no acknolwedgement.