Monthly Archives: July 2011
All the ends of the earth
Alright prophecy students, it’s that time again. How well do you know the scriptures? Can you identify this passage in the Bible based on your knowledge of God’s Word. No cheating in using a concordance, or internet searches, or even … Continue reading
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Don’t worry, no lions. What?
When you are reading a prophetic passage, it is very important to keep the original context in mind. That is why studying God’s word as a whole can be very insightful. One passage gives light to another passage. For instance, dating … Continue reading
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No need of the sun
As I was listening to Selah today, I was struck by the lyrics of the song All My Tears (originally done by Julie Miller and Emmylou Harris). Selah sings the lyrics Sun and moon will be replaced With the light of … Continue reading
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Historic Pre-Millennialism misrepresented…. AGAIN!
I continue to be baffled at dispensational premillennialists who repeatedly speak about historic premillennialism erroneously. I want to be generous and say that it’s most likely due to a misunderstanding, but if you are going to take the time to write … Continue reading
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Evidence from Revelation 20
The 13th chapter of The Coming Millennial Kingdom is titled Evidence from Revelation 20, penned by Harold W. Hoehner. Overall this was a very good chapter. But here is the primary mention of the millennial kingdom in the entire scriptures. … Continue reading
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