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BIBLE PROPHECY: Know When You Are Dealing With Symbolic Language

The Bible speaks to us in many different literary forms.  Some of the time, it speaks in plain language.  At other times, it speaks to us through poetry.  There are also times when it speaks to us in figurative or … Continue reading

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UNDERSTANDING SCRIPTURE: What Does It Mean To ‘Practice’ Righteousness And Sin?

A brother and good friend of mine posted something on his Face Book page today, and it caused me a great deal of trouble — until after I had obeyed the Lord and written the second of a two-part post … Continue reading

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UNDERSTANDING SCRIPTURE: What Did ‘TORAH’ Originally Mean?

A WORD OF CAUTION: This post is not intended for new believers.  It is meant for those who are already used to chewing ‘tough meat.’  If you do not immediately understand that reference, you might want to seriously consider skipping … Continue reading

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BIBLE PROPHECY: Ancient Hebrew Poetry

This is the 9th post in a series I am writing about end times prophecies in the Bible.  If you would like to read the earlier posts, the series starts here. The last thing we have to discuss before we … Continue reading

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BIBLE PROPHECY: The Ancient Hebrew Language

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This is the 9th post in a series I am writing about end times prophecies in the Bible.  If you would like to read the earlier posts, the series starts here. The ancient Hebrew language was very different from its … Continue reading

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UNDERSTANDING SCRIPTURE: A Fuller Understanding Of ‘The Word’

Most believers are familiar with the words of John 1:1-5: “In the beginning there was the Word.”  Today, we understand ‘The Word‘ to mean Jesus, but I fear we have lost a great deal of John’s original meaning.  It isn’t … Continue reading

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BIBLE PROPHECY: The Ancient Hebrew Culture

This is the 8th post in a series I am writing about end times prophecies in the Bible.  If you would like to read the earlier posts, the series starts here. The culture of the ancient Hebrews has all but … Continue reading