It is estimated that more than 50 million Christians died for their faith in the Dark Ages. It is estimated that 1 million Christians died for their faith when the Communists seized China. Unnumbered thousands died as martyrs in the revolutions and civil wars on the continent of Africa. [ read more... ]
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Write the things which thou hast seen, and the things which are, and the things which shall be hereafter.
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We as apostolics have no problem with the beginning or the ending of the word of God. We then move to revelations and we love that because Jesus is showing us his power of vengeance, we see angels using their power and authority, Jesus riding on a white horse, we get a picture of the new Jerusalem. In the beginning and the end God is totally awesome and we love to shout about that. We preach that Jesus is the same yesterday, today and forever. But we have a problem believing he is the same today. [ read more... ]
The New Testament is the great unveiling of Jesus Christ. It's the plan of salvation. The great change-over from 1,500 years of Old Testament ritualism and temple worship towards God with animal blood sacrifices. [ read more... ]
Topic: Bible Prophecy
These seven cities were located in the Roman Province of Asia (modern Turkey), arranged in a horseshoe shape roughly 100 miles in diameter that formed the Great Circle Postal Route of the province. [ read more... ]
You never know how a baby will turn out, do you? This one turned out to be the Savior of the world. But not everyone knows that, understands it, or believes it. As we prepare our hearts for Christmas, let’s remind ourselves once again who Jesus is. [ read more... ]
Revelation 1:5-6 mentions two elements that were accomplished by the blood of Jesus Christ. Most people only live by the first one, and think the second one is far from them, perhaps even in another age after the church age. [ read more... ]
John came to Holy Ground in the Spirit when he saw Jesus in the midst of the candlesticks in this vision. Of all the sights that he saw in this vision of Jesus, only two elements of them were specifically explained by the Lord to John. [ read more... ]
This is not strange, nor unusual, nor new for John to be in this particular situation. Jesus had clearly defined to His disciples that one of their crowning marks was the ability to withstand persecution and suffering. [ read more... ]
In Revelation 1, we are told the book is about a revelation of Jesus Christ. John indeed sees a revelation of Jesus in the very first chapter. It's Jesus in a way that John had never seen Him. [ read more... ]
In both the Exodus and Revelation of Jesus Christ, God appeared in similar visions. He appeared to Moses in a burning bush. He appeared to John in the midst of burning candlesticks. And in both pictures, God spoke and introduced the fact that He was going to deal with the enemy. [ read more... ]
Man would die as the result of eating false fruit, and could not eat of tree of life after eating false fruit. As though man had to be able to die. We know through DEATH Jesus saved us! [ read more... ]
The description that Jesus makes of Himself as He introduces this love letter to the Ephesian Church is based upon His characteristics He showed John in the first vision found in this book in Chapter 1. [ read more... ]