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Category Archives: Hope
As I mentioned in a previous post, involving yourself with incompetent Bible studies can give you a constant supply of fresh material. In this case, the self-appointed group leader of the morning coffee shop crowd opened with, “I have put … Continue reading
Yeah, I know, burning your bridges gives you limited access back across the river, and that, unfortunately, is where some of the humans are, but I have done just that on several occasions. One of the problems this act creates … Continue reading
The Apostle John had just finished saying, “John *testified about Him and cried out, saying, “This was He of whom I said, ‘He who comes after me has a higher rank than I, for He existed before me.’” For of … Continue reading
Having heard the theological breakdowns of John’s gospel, I am acknowledging that these portrayals are most assuredly there. However, all those word pictures seem to do little for me as I am always taken back by the power and depth of … Continue reading
Monday morning men’s bible study. Where every week is a fiasco and this week was no different as it initiated with: “What does pleading the blood mean?” It should have been subtitled, “Why we don’t do this anymore.” Thank God … Continue reading
As the morning Bible study opened this week it was evident that something was different; half the men were not there. There is another group I am involved in which had at least twenty people attending when I first joined … Continue reading
When you read Matthew 24 and 25, do you ever find yourself asking, what is the context of Jesus answer to the disciples and the extensive response that carries on for two chapters? If you want to understand you have … Continue reading
As children, we watched a show on television called, The Twilight Zone. You were never quite sure if the person who was central to the story wasn’t living out part of a dream or their personal reality. In one particular … Continue reading
Do a word search in the Revelation and you will find that the word wrath first appears in chapter 6. Why would that be important? Because of statements like this: Revelation 4:1 NASB After these things I looked, and behold, … Continue reading
We are still under the seventh seal, and, why anyone would ever say this I do not know, but we are awaiting the seventh trumpet. Until that trumpet blows we have this grand and yet cryptic scene to decipher. Revelation … Continue reading