In typical good KJV fashion no doubt... John have you even bother to gain access to the Aramaic and away from the Greek? Not trying to divert you .. just wondering how deep you study .. or if you simply go with the rest of what today defines as "Christianity".
I am so tempted and fighting releasing a "Canuk Version" lol to afraid some one will have me tried for blasphemy against standard texts (how un American of me lol .. wait I am Canadian ha ha ha ha)
I cant type in Aramaic .. so here is an English Translation
" If I could speak in every tongue from men, and that of Messengers (Angels), and there be no love in (or within) me , I should be as brass that resounds or a cymbal that makes noise. And if there be in me (the gift of) prophecy and I (should be given or understand ) sll the mysteries and every science; and if there should be all faith so I could move mountains, and love should not be in me, I am nothing.
And if I feed out to the poverty stricken all I posses, and give of my body so that I may boast, and there be no love in me I gain nothing.
Love is patient, and is kind and is not envious. Love does not shout loudly, and is not boastful; and does not cause shame, seeks not her own, is not passionate, and thinks no evil.
(It) does not rejoice in iniquity, but rejoices in truth. (It ) bears all things, believes all things, hopes for all, and endures all. Love will never cease. But prophesying will end; and tongues silenced, and knowledge will disappear. For we know things partially, and prophesy partially.But when completness shall come, that which is partial will disappear.
When I was a child I spoke as a child, I reasoned as a child, I thought as a child, but now as a man , I laid aside the things of childhood. And now we see as by a mirror, in dark reflection, but then face to face; now I know partially; but then I will know, just as I am known.
These three things are abiding (last) faith; hope and love; but the greatest of these is love
There are three parts to Revelation
1. the things which thou hast seen 1:1-20
2. the things which are 2:1 - 3:22
3. the things which shall be hereafter 4:1-22:21
Introduction, Revelation of Christ 1:1-20
Messages to the seven Churches 2:1-3:22
Person of the Judge 4:1-5:14
Prophecies of Tribulation 6:1-19:6
Prophecies of the Second Coming 19:7-21
Prophecies of the Millennium 20:1-15
Prophecies of the Eternal State 21:1-22:5
Revelation is a veil that is rolled aside to show us past, present and future and it doesn't matter how you try to number it, code it or decipher it, it all comes down to wanting to hear those glorious words of Christ, "well done thou good and faithful servant".
22 chapters + 3 parts = glory in paradise to all who confess and believe on the name of Christ, amen.