Wonderful and Simple

Leave it to Paul to find a way to encapsulate both the majesty and the simplicity of the gospel in one verse. “Mystery” comes from the Greek word mustērion. While to us “mystery” means something that is concealed from the viewer, the New Testament meaning is the exact opposite. A mustērion is something that was … Continue reading Wonderful and Simple

A Layman’s Thoughts on Revelation (1:1-3)

Revelation begins with its own title clearly stated, it also comes with a promise: “Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein.” Prophecy, especially New Testament prophecy, is meant to bring comfort to believers.