Category Archives: Revelation

Come and Come

Reading plan done for 2021. So thankful for another year where, by God’s grace, I’ve been able to know God’s presence as I’ve chewed on God’s word. Thinking that I will likely begin my reading plan again sometime next week. … Continue reading

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The Lamb’s Book of Life

Chewing on Revelation 21 this morning and the first thought that strikes me is, “This is Eden regained.” And I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, “Behold, the dwelling place of God is with man. He will dwell … Continue reading

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The Future is Now

I know it’s an apocalyptic vision for the future, but I’m thinking there’s a sense in which it is also an appropriate view for the present. Hovering over Revelation 12 and mesmerized a bit by “a great red dragon.” A … Continue reading

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Forever Our Shepherd

Learned a new theological term this Fall in our study of the attributes of God – simplicity. God’s simplicity, or to use a more modern term His unity, asserts that God is not a composition of His attributes but that … Continue reading

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Sights and Sounds Behind the Door

John first hears what the Spirit says to the churches on earth (Rev. 2 & 3), and then in Revelation 4, he’s invited to experience what those who overcome will experience in heaven. We often refer to the “pearly gates” … Continue reading

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Final Four

Finishing my reading plan for the year always comes with a sense of satisfaction. Maybe this year more than some others because it was been one of the few consistent things about 2020. So much turmoil, uncertainty, and disappointment in … Continue reading

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Done

Done! Anyone else feel that way? Done? Not done as in “tapping out” done. But done as in feeling like the cupboards are bare, the tank is empty, and we’re mostly just running on fumes. I’m thinking pandemic fatigue is … Continue reading

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Keep Your Shirt On

I meet with a buddy on Thursday nights. We met last night. We were both tired. Feeling it physically, feeling it emotionally, and if we’re honest, kinda feeling it spiritually. Weary is the word that kept coming up in the … Continue reading

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All His Story

I guess I could start my yearly reading plan in December rather than January. That is if I wanted to be reading the story of Jesus birth in the month when we focus on celebrating His birth. But this morning, … Continue reading

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Authority and Peace

Authority. That’s the word that caught my attention this morning — I’m guessing, prompted by the Spirit who is the One who illuminates God’s word. And, in kind of a circuitous route, found that authority and peace can be closely … Continue reading

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