Monthly Archives: June 2009

Psalm 21 ~ The King finds out His enemies

This will be the last psalm that I discuss in the series on Prophetic Apocalypse.  I may do a couple of posts exploring the overall approach that I’ve used and what it means for us who live in anticipation of … Continue reading

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International Jerusalem?

I point you in the direction of another news article which shows that Jerusalem may indeed be internationalized.  The unique thing about this article is that it is coming right from Israel and the former prime minister, Ehud Olmert.  This … Continue reading

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Shall we stand and worship?

As I walked into the church for the very first time, I wondered what the worship would be like.  I listened to hear what they were saying and singing.  I watched to see how they were worshiping.  As I watched … Continue reading

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Looking Straight into the Messianic Kingdom

I hope the title catches your attention.  I feel that’s what I’m doing when I read through the Grand Messianic Opus.  That’s my term for Psalm110-118.  Psalm 110 begins with a prophetic apocalypse concerning the Messiah and Messiah’s people.  Psalm … Continue reading

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Proverbs 3:1-10

I heard a sermon that is worth mentioning.  The text was Proverbs 3:1-10.  What I found interesting is that Proverbs 3:1-10 has a poetic device that the speaker termed “call and response”.  Although there may be a better term, I’m … Continue reading

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The Soloist

I rarely go to the theatre to see a movie.  But it was our anniversary and I know my wife likes to watch movies.  So I skimmed through what the cinema had playing and one movie jumped out at me.  … Continue reading

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The Meteor Approaches

I take the funnies way too seriously.  This past Sunday, BC ran a strip that instantly made me think of so many end times fanatics.  Not me of course, them.  The comic strip pictures two small rodents who sight a … Continue reading

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