Monthly Archives: October 2015

Monica Is No Jezebel

How, you may ask, would I connect Monica Lewinski and the biblical character Jezebel in a Revelation lesson?  I’m currently reading a terrific book recommended by my daughter entitled Daring Greatly by Brene Brown.  Her TED Talk, The Power of … Continue reading

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Gems in Revelation

Sometimes I wonder how it is that I am writing a blog about Revelation, now, at this point in my life and why, when I have steered so clear of religion, would I tackle the Bible?  The only exposure I … Continue reading

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Peeking Under the Veil

This week we studied the first chapter of Revelation; after reading eight verses of prologue and introduction, the veil was lifted and we got a peek at John’s first of four visions.  Finally! The past three classes were packed full … Continue reading

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Apocalypse Now

Apocalypse is Greek for the word revelation.  An apocalypse is a type of literature found in the Old Testament, the New Testament and non biblical writings.  Until now, I thought an apocalypse was a very bad event, a horrific disaster … Continue reading

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