Category Archives: Revelation

Better Than Butter

How Job longed for the good ol’ days. The days of prosperity. The days of health. The days when family surrounded him. The days when widely held respect went before him. The days, Job says, “when God watched over me” … Continue reading

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The Call Not To Tolerate It

I’m at the midpoint of the seven letters written to the seven churches in Revelation, the letter written to the angel of the church at Thyatira. And, if anything is clear up to this point, it is that Jesus knows. … Continue reading

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The Bottom Line Thing

The time is near. That’s what grabs me this morning. That’s what sticks. Although John wrote it down, it is “the revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave Him to show to His servants” (Rev. 1:1). And what He had … Continue reading

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Nothing But Temple

Coming to the end of my reading plan for 2017. Minor prophets with major messages. A God who breaks the sound barrier in order to further refine a man who has already been heaven’s boast as one of the elite … Continue reading

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Shelter and a Shepherd

While there may be debate as to who exactly they are, it seems pretty clear to me where they are. Those “coming out of the great tribulation” might specifically refer to believers martyred after the opening of the fifth seal … Continue reading

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No Silence in Heaven

Sometimes it’s something I never really noticed or seen before that grabs my attention during my morning readings. But often my morning meal is like sitting down again with an old friend. What captures my imagination has done so in … Continue reading

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Christ Himself

Probably not technically the right way to read this part of Revelation . . . and maybe it’s because I’m being overly influenced by Black Friday, or Cyber Monday, or Giving Tuesday, or this consumer-day-is-every-day time of year . . … Continue reading

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