Monthly Archives: April 2009

Why is Psalm 96 quoted in I Chronicles 16?

This will be my last post focusing on The Apocalypse of the Sabbath, also known as Psalm 92-99.  I may blog about some other prophetic apocalypse in the psalms, but I’ve covered the main points in this particular passage.  But … Continue reading

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The Cross and Fruitfulness

I was blogging my way through the book, Born Crucified, by LE Maxwell.  The last post was back in August of last year, so I guess I’ve been slacking.  A recent experience showed me afresh the need to be humbled … Continue reading

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Creation Longs for her Messiah

This next post on Psalm 92-99 will focus on how creation itself will be impacted by the coming of the Messianic Kingdom.  Remember that the Messianic Kingdom is the Messiah’s dynamic reign, or His right to rule.  We have already … Continue reading

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To keep you busy…

I just read a very interesting article by Brian Simmons.  Brian maintains Advanced Eschatology, but he also has another blog titled The Anti-Preterist’s Blog.  This blog focuses almost solely on the errors of Preterism.  In a post in which he … Continue reading

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Resurrection, or Easter?

I take the funnies way too seriously.  I check every Resurrection Day to see which comics will actually mention Jesus or the resurrection, and which ones just stick with Easter bunnies, candy, and eggs.  There was lots of frivolity this … Continue reading

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The Mighty Angel of Revelation 10

Many commentaries that I read list Revelation 10 as a parenthetical passage, meaning they don’t think it relates to the sounding of the trumpets in particular, or at least at that exact point in the chronology.  I stumbled across a … Continue reading

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Overcomer

I have to give a shout out to Overcomer who has just posted her 100th post.  I have been reading her blog for over a year now and have never been disappointed when I check in.  She writes about end … Continue reading

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Scot McKnight, the Full Preterist

For those who listened to the podcast, you are aware that Scot McKnight recently posted a five day series on Preterism during the week of March 9th-13th.  Scot tries to label his view partial preterism, but if you read the … Continue reading

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Foot Washer

Thank you Gentle Savior for stooping down to wash my filthy feet with your healing hands.  You humiliate yourself when you do the lowliest, dirtiest jobs like washing my smelly feet.  You are my Creator and LORD.  I should be … Continue reading

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Death as a Giant Pit

The Hebrew language is full of metaphors.  God is a rock, living water, or a strong tower.  The subject of death is no different.  I have blogged before about two very powerful images of death which occur in the OT, … Continue reading

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