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REV 1:10 AS THE LORD’S DAY (3)

PMW 2018-041 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.

This is my third and final installment of a brief study on Rev 1:10. In this series I have been arguing that John’s “Lord’s day” is a reference to the eschatological “Day of the Lord” which crashes down on Jerusalem in AD 70. 1,259 more words

Revelation

The Art of Satisfaction

“Is it not good for a man that he eat and that he drink and that he make known to his soul the goodness of his toil? 619 more words

Expositions

Evening Prayer - 20 May 2018

The sun has set and the Vesper Lights flicker and glow

A busy Lord’s Day

Wonderful worship

Spirit’s Breath blew through the assembly

Wondrous musical offerings to You… 78 more words

Prayer

REV 1:10 AS THE LORD’S DAY (2)

PMW 2018-040 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.

This is the second in a three-part study of Rev. 1:10. I am continuing a presentation and defense of the view that John’s “Lord’s day” in Rev 1:10 is referring to “the Day of the Lord.” If this is so, it fits perfectly with the redemptive-historical preterist understanding of Revelation as a drama presenting Christ’s judgment-coming against Jerusalem and the temple in AD 70. 914 more words

Revelation

REV 1:10 AS THE LORD’S DAY (1)

PMW 2018-039 by Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr.

Rev. 1:10 is a verse that I believe widely misinterpreted and misapplied in contemporary discussion. This verse reads: “I was in the Spirit on the Lord’s day, and I heard behind me a loud voice like the sound of a trumpet.” Contrary to popular opinion, I believe that John is speaking of “the Day of the Lord,” rather than “the Lord’s Day” (Sunday, the Christian day of worship). 1,080 more words

Revelation

Evening Prayer - 13 May 2018

The sun has set and the Vesper Lights flicker and glow

Thank you, Lord, for the day’s worship

Thank you for time in your Creation… 66 more words

Prayer

Enjoy Your Day of Rest

Enjoy your day of rest. Put aside your office work, your computer, yard work and car washing accessories. Take the time to look around and be in awe of God’s creation. 127 more words

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