Tag: Eschatology

How I Want To Go Thomas Jefferson On Suffering

You know what really bothers me?  All this talk about suffering in the Bible.  How suffering is necessary to conform…

God’s Dirty Laundry: The Skeletons in God’s Closet

Have you ever felt like there were dark stains in the Bible that you were embarrassed about?  In a new…

Look! Look up!

“After this I looked, and there in heaven a door stood opened!” Revelation 4:1 When we read Revelation responsibly (and…

If You Feel Unsettled

Lately, I have been feeling somewhat unsettled, and I was/am not quite certain where the feeling comes from. Have you…

Awaiting a Second Advent

I use a reader during the Advent season composed of various Christian authors called Watch for the Light.  On one…

Far As The Curse Is Found

Then the angel showed me the river of the water of life, bright as crystal, flowing from the throne of…

When God Takes Forever

O come, O come, Emmanuel And ransom captive Israel That mourns in lonely exile here Until the Son of God…

Thankful For Waiting

“And further, not to know when the end is, or when the day of the end will occur is actually…

There Are No Ordinary People

Walking the streets of San Francisco this week brought to mind this passage from C.S. Lewis.  Enjoy! Excerpt from the…

Reading The Final Chapter

When I’m worn down and feel drained, I like to remember an end scene.  I like to think of a…

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