I had the privilege of preaching at our local church on Resurrection Sunday and I picked up on the victorious aspect of the Cross and the empty tomb. It is quite easy to miss this aspect when we read the Gospel accounts but not when we read Paul’s letter to the Colossians.
A woman clothed with the Sun, an enormous red dragon and a victorious male child, equals an Easter Victory. Chapter Twelve of the book of Revelation starts Part Four which, like the other parts of the book, covers the full period between the first and second coming of Jesus. At a cursory read, it
‘The heavens declare the glory of God; And the firmament shows His handiwork’ (Psalm 19:1 NKJV). If you go out after dark and look up at the expanse of the night sky, what do you see? The answer is probably, ‘pollution haze and a few stars’, but the people of John the Revelator’s
To get a fuller view we sometimes have to take a few steps back; and we need to do this often as we study the book of Revelation. The last four articles have all be drawn from Chapter 11 of the book of Revelation. I have explored several interesting aspects and doctrines and I
From the days of Cain and Able most people of all generations, in all cultures, have practiced the dogma of the survival of the fittest. Darwin might have coined the phrase but the idea is as ancient as humankind itself. In the underbelly of human society it manifests as dog-eat-dog and the man with