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John’s Preamble

I’ve decided to dub the first eighteen verses of the Gospel of John the Preamble of John.  They stir up for me a time during grammar school when I had to memorize the Preamble of the Constitution.  I can still remember … Continue reading

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New Class-New Day-New People

I’ve started a new class on a new day with a whole lot of new people.  Who Is That Woman In Bible Study? is the post that kicked it all off two years ago.  Delving into the Pentateuch (first five … Continue reading

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Hallelujah – A White Wedding

The title of this post, Hallelujah-A White Wedding might fool you.  It’s actually a mash up of Revelation 19 where the Apostle John’s vision segues into a series of three subjects: the shouting of Hallelujah from heaven after the fall of … Continue reading

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Babylon – Part 1

Babylon, I call her Babs for short, is a prostitute riding the beast and the main character in Revelation 17.  For those of you jumping onto this blog for the first time, the objective is to document my thoughts about Revelation … Continue reading

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The Beast – Part 1

In my last post, I asked the question, “Who is the beast?” According to Merriam-Webster, a beast is a contemptible person or something formidably difficult to control or deal with.  Dictionary.com says it’s the crude animal nature common to humans … Continue reading

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Choose Joy, Not Anxiety

It’s snowing today in North Carolina and for the past couple of days, many of my neighbors anticipated the weather with great anxiety while I joyfully looked forward to hunkering down and writing.  My apparent 180 degree difference of opinion … Continue reading

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144,000

Revelation 7 is where one finds an introduction to the famous number 144,000.  As I mentioned in Apocalypse Now, I have always believed the number 144,000 a metaphor for positive change in humanity facilitated by a critical mass of people; … Continue reading

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Transformational Change

How and why and when does one undergo transformational change?  This week the curriculum focused on the books of Joel in the Old Testament and 2 Peter in the New Testament for background information relevant to Revelation references about the … Continue reading

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Seven Seals

The seven seals are one of the very few things I had heard about before starting this Revelation class and like most people, my information came from TV and movies.  This week I finally read something about the seven seals … Continue reading

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Enough Already

This is the post I was hoping I would never have to write; I’m at a point where I dread going to class.  This week the lesson was a review of The People of God and all I kept thinking … Continue reading

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