When you read John’s account of the throne of Christ and compare that to passages like Ezekiel 1:26-28 you come away understanding that the Lord’s throne is not a place of peace and comfort. It is full of activity and glory – and a place that evokes fear. Revelation 4:2-5 (2) And immediately I was … Continue reading Monday Musings: A God to be Feared
Biblical conflict resolution is not about winning arguments, it's about winning hearts.
I cannot know anything about God (on my own).
The cross has closed the gap between us and our Savior. Yes, He is to be feared, but He is also our Friend.
As we look at John’s description of the Savior we have to remember to discern between what is literal and what is spiritual. What John sees here is literally Jesus, but Jesus is manifesting Himself in a way that John can bear. Scripture teaches us that no man can look on God in His full … Continue reading Jesus Our GREAT High Priest!
When John turned to see the voice that spoke to him, he saw something truly amazing: A Savior who was like one of us. Glorified, exalted, yes, but one not untouched by the feeling of our infirmities. Revelation 1:12-13a (12) And I turned to see the voice that spake with me. And being turned, I … Continue reading One Like Unto the Son of Man (Revelation 1:12-13a)