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They sang the song - Revelation 15:3-4

Previously: A sea of glass mixed with fire – Revelation 15:2

The scripture

Rev. 15:3 – They sang the song of God’s servant Moses and the song of the Lamb: Great and awe-inspiring are Your works, Lord God the Almighty; righteous and true are Your ways, King of the Nations. 1,425 more words


Christ Our Lord

(Revised, 10-17-2014, 11:25 am)

Quisquis natus est ex Deo, peccatum non facit, quoniam semen ejus in ipso manet; et non potest peccare, quia ex Deo genitus est.

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King of kings

As I alluded to in the parent letter at the end of this story, the obvious symbol of a lion stands for authority and power. In this story the Lion King alludes to Jesus Christ. 290 more words

Children's Action/jungle Picture Book

The Fourth Beatitude in Revelation

Previously, I wrote about the Revelation beatitude that promises blessing for those who stay awake (or are ready) for the coming of the Lord.  Today, we turn our attention to one of the most glorious beatitudes in the last book of the New Testament (NT).   839 more words

Kingdom Posts

The Third Beatitude in Revelation

My previous post dealt with the beatitude for believers who die in the Lord for their profession of faith as stated in Revelation 14:13.  The next beatitude occurs within the seven bowl judgments recorded in the sixteenth chapter of Revelation.   862 more words

Kingdom Posts

Video of "Chain of Custody" of the Bible and "Did Jesus claim to be God" from J Warner Wallce, Cold Case Christianity website

Chain of Custody video J Warner Wallace – Cold Case Christianity

Did Jesus Claim to Be God? (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #10)

Online home to J. Warner Wallace, author of Cold Case Christianity and Christian apologist. 659 more words

Holy Spirit