Rev. 4.1-3 "Where God is rightly seen, He will be seen exceeding stately and Glorious: O so wonderful! whom nothing can resemble, whom no tongue can express, nor eye behold, nor heart conceive! what were it to imagine thousands of mountains of the most previous stones imaginable, and thousands of Suns shining in their brightness? … Continue reading Praise Him!
Why go to all this trouble selecting choice quotes and blogging them? To slowly introduce you to Hanserd Knollys' work a little at a time. Any emphasis was added, thanks. Rev. 7.1: This chapter consists of two general parts; first, Christ's special care of his churches and saints in those evil times, which were to … Continue reading Hanserd Knollys – Revelation 7 & 8
Selected notes from Knollys exposition of Revelation. Emphasis added. Rev. 6.1:The Lord Jesus Christ having prevailed to open this sealed book of the Revelation, which God gave him, and he took it out of his right hand. Now John saw him open one of the seals; that is, the first in order of the seven seals … Continue reading Hanserd Knollys – Revelation 6
Selected comments from Knollys work on Revelation chapter 5. Rev. 5.1: Every vision of God in his word consists of two general parts: first, something seen; and secondly, something heard: And I saw in the right hand of him that sat on the throne, a book written, etc. The prophets and apostles being in a … Continue reading Hanserd Knollys – Revelation 5
CORRECTION: I have found TWO dates given for the publication of this work by Knollys. The first was 1698 and is incorrect, it has to be, Knollys believed the second coming would be in 1689! He published this work believing Christ would return the following year. Quotations from Hanserd Knollys Exposition of the Book of … Continue reading Hanserd Knollys – Revelation 4