Throughout centuries the problem of interpreting the symbolism of the Book of Revelation has been a subject matter. Appreciating the importance which the problem has for the contemporary biblical theology I have joined the stream of those discussions in order to identify the icon of woman of Revelation 12. The book has also included the elements of Mariology as an accommodation of the biblical sense for the liturgical and ascetical purposes. It has acknowledged that Mary is a vivid figure in the life of Jesus. However, just as the whole of the Book of Revelation, it deals with the glorified Jesus after his death, resurrection and ascension into heaven. The paper ends with the doctrine of God. The author presents God, through Christ as actively bringing salvation to the world. His birth is “a birth” on Calvary and being caught up to the throne of God, is his victory over Satan. With all the present day abuse and misuse of this important book, it is vital to take the present age as the starting point of the redemptive activity of God. It is a call to faithfulness by the people of God despite the present day threats and persecution.