Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Gander Brook Center for Christian Leadership

For those of you living in New England among the churches of Christ, there is a leadership weekend happening this weekend (March 2-4) at the Gander Brook Christian Camp campus in Raymond ME. Classes set for the next weekend Sermons … Continue reading

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The End — Revelation 19-22

Well, with today’s reading we come to the end of our daily journey through the Bible. It has been a challenge to me personally to both read, reflect, and try to write something cogent that people might want to read. … Continue reading

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Fallen, fallen is Babylon — Revelation 16-18

As I’ve mentioned before, the strands tell about the various aspects of God’s judgments on the world. Today’s reading deals with the strand of prophecies dealing with the finishing of God’s wrath on the material world. Har-Magedon — 16:13ff Chapter … Continue reading

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The Song of Moses and the Lamb — Revelation 13-15

Today’s reading is about another strand of God’s victory over the evil world that has been oppressing and persecuting God’s people — the villains of the 42-months (3.5 years). Satan — 13:1 It’s important to realize who’s behind this whole … Continue reading

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Satan loses — Revelation 10-12

As we consider today’s reading, let’s keep in mind the apocalyptic language being used. These prophesied events aren’t to be taken literally, this isn’t like reading a newspaper or a history book. The keys to much of what we read … Continue reading

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Victorious — Revelation 7-9

We’re still plowing through the book of Revelation. Hopefully, you’re seeing the big picture, grasping the main ideas of the book: the need to avenge the martyr’s blood, the suffering God will bring to the sinful world, the unrepentance of … Continue reading

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The Grand Scene of God’s Throne — Revelation 4-6

Today’s reading continues with the book of Revelation, but the easy part is over. The next several chapters are heavily cloaked in apocalyptic language which is intended, as I mentioned yesterday, to reveal only the outlines of what God has … Continue reading

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