This post is based on Appendix 3 of the Rev Bible https://www.revisedenglishversion.com/append/3 as it summarises the main scriptures and points that support a future physical Kingdom on earth that ruled by Jesus as His Father as given him all power and authority on earth. Every knee will bow and every tongue will confess that Jesus … Continue reading Jesus Christ Will Govern from Jerusalem
Kingdom of God Now or in the Future?
by Carlos Xavier Despite the overwhelming biblical evidence that “the Kingdom of God” primarily means the future restoration of the world when Jesus will rule from Jerusalem, some continue to teach otherwise. This article will explain some of the NT texts popularly used to teach “Kingdom now” and Dominion theology. 1. What is “Kingdom Now”? … Continue reading Kingdom of God Now or in the Future?
Yeshua the Son of Man
By Jeff A. Benner The phrase "Son of man" appears multiple times in the Old and New Testaments. In the Old Testament, the Hebrew phrase אדם בן (ben adam) translates as "son of man" and is used for a person, any named or unnamed person. In the Greek New Testament, the phrase "son of man" … Continue reading Yeshua the Son of Man
In the Gospel of John, Jesus is the Messiah, not God
by Bill Schlegel of https://landandbible.blogspot.com/ In this post we will see that in the Gospel of John, Jesus is declared to be the Messiah, not God. The biblical autumn festivals are coming up, including the of Festival of Tabernacles. John 7 describes how Jesus went to Jerusalem for the Tabernacles festival, only six months before … Continue reading In the Gospel of John, Jesus is the Messiah, not God
When Was the Book of Revelation Written?
by Wayne Jackson When was the book of Revelation written? Traditionally, the book of Revelation has been dated near the end of the first century, around A.D. 96. Some writers, however, have advanced the preterist (from a Latin word meaning “that which is past”) view, contending that the Apocalypse was penned around A.D. 68 or … Continue reading When Was the Book of Revelation Written?
Let the Dead Bury their Dead
As Jesus would never have told someone not to bury their father (a violation of the commandment to honor your father and mother), the only conclusion is that the man was referring to this "second burial" and why Jesus told him to "let the dead bury their dead."
The Holy Spirit Is Not a Person
The Holy Spirit, from the evidence found in the Bible, is not a person in a supposed Trinity. The Holy Spirit is the very nature, presence and expression of God's power actively working in His servants. Rather than describing the Holy Spirit as a distinct person or entity, the Bible most often refers to it … Continue reading The Holy Spirit Is Not a Person
Hacking, Extortion, Election Interference: These Are the Tools Used by Israel’s Agents of Chaos and Manipulation
I have created this post to reach people that follow my blog that would not have seen this verified newspaper story. It uses all that was in the original article with no changes accept the video links could not be used as they content is protected. Original source article published in Haaretz on Interference: These … Continue reading Hacking, Extortion, Election Interference: These Are the Tools Used by Israel’s Agents of Chaos and Manipulation
What happens in the Lake of Fire?
This post is based on Appendix 5 of the Revised English Version Bible. The REV Bible corrects many problems with how certain important words are translated. E.g. In Genesis it uses soul for creatures when translating Nephesh. Introduction Revelation 19:20 Then the beast was captured, and with him the false prophet who worked signs in … Continue reading What happens in the Lake of Fire?
What are the differences between the Sadducees and Pharisees?
The Gospels refer often to the Sadducees and Pharisees, as Jesus was in almost constant conflict with them. The Sadducees and Pharisees comprised the ruling class of Jews in Israel. There are some similarities between the two groups but important differences between them as well. The Pharisees and the Sadducees were both religious sects within Judaism during the time of … Continue reading What are the differences between the Sadducees and Pharisees?