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?… More Praise Him!
This video contains some explain of the book of Daniel from the point of view of what has historically been called ‘the Protestant interpretation.’ May God bless you as you watch. jm
(notice the coffee stain on the cover) It should be clear by now I really, really like the theological works of John Gill. I read his works online, at the kitchen table, in the van while waiting for my wifey etc. I read Gill all the time…but I do not idolize him. To study… More Mark up your books!
by JAMES BOURNE “As ye have therefore received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk ye in him.” (Colossians 2:6) To walk in Christ as we received him is to retain the sense of our need of him, as when we felt the Day Spring from on high first visited us, and the terrors of the… More Receiving and Walking
“And out of the throne proceeded lightnings and thunderings and voices: and there were seven lamps of fire burning before the throne, which are the seven Spirits of God.” (Rev 4:5) Durham comments, “We have the second thing whereby this stateliness is expressed, and out of the throne proceeded thunderings, and lightenings, and voices: It… More an Army with Banners
On Rev. 1.7-9 “Among them that shall see Him, these are added, They also who pierced Him: under which is comprehended His greatest Enemies; and it takes in both those, who had their hands hot in his blood, and killed him bodily; and those who crucified, and do crucify Him spiritually, as it’s said, Chap.… More get it now, or never
“Trust wholly in Christ; rely altogether on his sufferings; beware of seeking to be justified in any other way than by his righteousness. Faith in our Lord Jesus Christ is sufficient for salvation.” “God gives His grace to whomever He wishes, and has predestined each individual, an eternity before birth, to be lost or saved… More Quotes from Wycliffe