Frequent Mistakes – Part IV: Where Was “All The World”?

When it comes to reading the Bible, the western English speaking world is at a great disadvantage.  We have been trained to take things at face value, and to be very literal minded.  But, the peoples of the Eastern world have a much different mindset, and are very familiar with poetical language, metaphorical prophesy, and …

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Frequent Mistakes – Part II: Rev. 5:6, The Ascension of Christ

Many people fail to link the prophesy of Christ's ascension in Daniel with the vision of Christ before God's throne in Rev. 5:6 as the same event.  That they are the same confirms the contemporary nature of Revelation's prophesy to the first century A.D Christians. Acts 1:9, " And when he had spoken these things, while …

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Revelation: The Four Corners of The Earth

When God was angry with a people or nation, He would send a prophet to warn them to repent before He would send judgment upon them.  The language of prophesy contained certain elements and structure that repeated no matter which nation or country the prophet was sent to warn.  Let's examine some of these elements.  …

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Signs of Revelation – Part IV: Symbols of the Throne Scene Chap. 4 – 5

This series on the book of Revelation is defining the prophesy by looking into the source code.  The source code for Revelation, and all of the New Testament (NT), is the Old Testament (OT).  The NT is the OT revealed!  By decoding the component pieces of the prophesy we can better understand and identify the …

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