6 Then I heard something like the voice of a vast multitude, like the sound of cascading waters, and like the rumbling of loud thunder, saying,
Hallelujah, because our Lord God, the Almighty,
7 Let us be glad, rejoice, and give him glory,
because the marriage of the Lamb has come,
and his bride has prepared herself.
8 She was given fine linen to wear, bright and pure.
For the fine linen represents the righteous acts of the saints. Revelation 19:6 – 8 CSB
Have you ever wondered why we are so enchanted with Royal Weddings?
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Jesus tells us to repent and believe the good news that the Reign of God is breaking in upon us (Mark 1:15). Is there any other way we should respond to this truth? Let’s find out what Jesus says…
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In our last post, we discussed the fact that Jesus Christ had a very clear theology of the Kingdom of God because of the very central place it held in His ministry. Our theology of God’s Kingdom tends to be rather shabby. This is because the Kingdom usually doesn’t hold a very prominent place in our ministries, if it holds any place at all. If, however, we are going to develop a proper theology of God’s Kingdom, we must look at it the same way Jesus did.
We live in a world full of myths. In this post I would like to address a popular myth that a lot of people actually believe. Have you ever heard someone say they were not going to live for either God or the devil, they were just going to live for themselves? People say it all the time. It’s as though they honestly believe that there is a zone where they can live without influence or interference from either God or Satan. This is myth of independence needs to be busted once and for all
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