Monthly Archives: April 2018

The Lady, the Dragon, and the Children

An account of a magnificent lady and a terrible red dragon may sound like a fairy tale. Not only is it a true story, found in Revelation 12, but it is a story in which you are involve. You are … Continue reading

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And He Will Reign For Ever and Ever

Six trumpets have sounded. With each there is an unfolding of some act of judgment that God brings on a rebellious earth. Now the seventh and last trumpet sounds. Here you see, not just God’s final act of judgment, but … Continue reading

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Be God’s Faithful Witness

As you read through Revelation, you notice many references to the Old Testament. But perhaps no section is more full of those references than Revelation 11:1–14. This forms the second interlude (Revelation 10 is the first) following the sounding of … Continue reading

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A Bittersweet Scroll

The Book of Revelation has strange images. Revelation 10 (and the first part of 11) form an interlude between the sounding of the sixth trumpet (Revelation 9:13) and the seventh (Revelation 11:15). Revelation 10 can be seen as reaffirmation of … Continue reading

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