An analysis and interpretation of the beasts that emerge from the sea and the earth in Revelation 13.
The dragon in Revelation 12 is cast down from Heaven to Earth by Michael and his angels. Who is Michael? What is his role? And when do these things take place?
An analysis of the first half of John's vision about the woman, the dragon, and the child that was born: what the images mean, and whether they take place in the past or in the future.
A brief analysis of the seventh trumpet, recapitulation, and the structure of Revelation
Analysis of Revelation 11:3-14, the two witnesses and their ministry. Who are they? Why is their ministry significant?
An interpretation of John measuring the temple and of the holy city being trampled by the nations for forty-two months.
An interpretation of John's vision about the angel with the scroll, along with the vision's implications regarding the dating for the writing of Revelation.
Four angels who were bound at the Euphrates river are released
This article reviews the star, the bottomless pit, the locusts, Abaddon, Apollyon, and the horses in Revelation 9.
An analysis of Revelation 8:1-13 from the Book of Revelation in the New Testament. The seventh seal is opened, incense is offered to God, and four trumpets of seven are sounded.
In Revelation 7:9-17, a multitude in white robes stands before God's throne. Who are they?
Ephesians 1:4-5 is too general to support Calvinism
An exposition of Revelation 7:18 on the 144,000 children of Israel who were sealed.
Exposition of Revelation 6:12-17, regarding the cataclysm foretold by Jesus and the prophets.
An exposition of the second, third, fourth, and fifth seals that are opened by the Lord in Revelation 6:3-11; of the red, black, and pale horses, and of the martyrs for the word of God.
An interpretation of the rider on the white horse in Revelation 6:1-2.
An exposition of Revelation 5:8-14, where the beasts and the elders worship the Lamb
An exposition of Revelation 5:1-7, focusing on the scroll and the titles of Christ.
An exposition of Revelation 4:4-11, focusing on interpreting John's description of the sea, the elders, and the four beasts.
This articles gives an exposition of Matthew 7:21, an interpretation of the Father's will, and a perspective of the sermon on the mount in Matthew 5 to 7.
An analysis of John's description of God's throne in heaven: what God's throne looks like and what God's throne represents.
The author compares Revelation 4:1 with other Scriptures to determine whether Revelation 4:1 teaches the rapture.
Exposition on the book of Revelation, chapter 3 verses 14-22. Lukewarm, spiritual poverty, knocking at the door. Question for reflection or group discussion included at the end.
Exposition of Revelation 3:7-13. Some of the points that are discussed include the key of David, the Lord's knowledge, the open door, the synagogue of Satan, the crown of victory, and Jesus' new name.
Exposition of the letter to Sardis in Revelation with questions for personal application.
An exposition of John's letter to the church of Thyatira in the book of Revelation. The meaning of Jezebel and the depths of Satan are discussed.
An interpretation of Revelation 2:12-17, the message to the church at Pergamos. Discusses the throne of Satan and the doctrine of Balaam.
An exposition of Revelation 2:8-11, John's letter to Smyrna.
The author explains how the prophecy in Isaiah 7:14 relates to the birth of Jesus Christ.
An interpretation of Revelation 2:1-7, the letter to the church at Ephesus; and of the meaning of the angels of the churches.
The author discusses Revelation 1:12-20: the candlesticks, the Son of Man, the stars, and the number seven.
Exposition of Revelation 1:9-11. Discusses John's exile to Patmos, the expression in the Spirit, the expression on the Lord's day, the title Alpha and Omega, and the seven churches
An exposition of Revelation 1:1-8. Discusses God's message to His servants, the blessing for those who read Revelation, the identity of the author, and the manner in which Jesus will return.
The article explores the meaning of Isaiah 53 and how it relates to Jesus of Nazareth, who is called The Christ (The Messiah).
The author discusses whether Romans 9:17-18 teaches unconditional election.
The article discusses whether Romans 9:14-16 teaches unconditional election.
The author whether Romans 9 teaches unconditional election in light of God's election of Jacob and rejection of Esau.
The author discusses whether Romans 9 teaches the Calvinist doctrine of unconditional election through Jacob's election.
The author offers a Christian interpretation of Genesis 1:26 in response to Rabbi Tovia Singer's interpretation.
The author offers a Christian interpretation of Numbers 23:19 in response to Rabbi Tovia Singer's interpretation.
This article explores the biblical doctrine of divorce to help Christians make right choices before God.
Written from a Christian perspective, this article proposes that the Tanach (also the Mikra, Hebrew Bible, or Old Testament) promised a Messiah that was human and divine.
This devotional reflects on how the message of the Christian faith can offer unity and peace to the American nation, which has recently been affected by violent acts over racial and cultural issues.
Written from a Christian perspective, this article addresses how personal faith in the God of the Bible can help us discover our true worth.
Explore the doctrine of the Trinity with illustrations to help you understand it, explanations and biblical references for the doctrine, questions for group discussions, and videos for enrichment.