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  1. Michael says:

    Dr. Gregory Beale is a scholar that has done some interesting work with the book of Revelation.

    You can watch three lectures on the symbolism of the book at this link.

  2. as to agree with your post regarding National Day of Prayer and AGL yesterday…

    Until we have a National Day of Repentance, Forgiveness and Reconciliation, we should forget about a National Day of Prayer.

    You want to change a Nation? Start by sharing the Gospel of Jesus in word AND Deed with individuals in Need, both Spiritual AND Physical and watch God work wonders.

  3. Scott says:

    Dr. Beale’s presentation on the subject is good, I watched some of his lectures a few years back. He has a way of making symbolism very clear and understandable within context.

  4. dusry says:

    Hi family. Hope you have a wonderful day.

  5. Em says:

    going to go feed the horses and get a cup of coffee, dig out my flow chart of Rev’n and spend some of what’s left of my morning listening to your link Michael, thank you

  6. Michael says:

    Dusty…hope you’re well, my friend.

  7. dusry says:

    Hi big brother. I’m well. Hope you are as well. ((((Hugs))))

  8. Xenia says:

    Hiya Dusty! 🙂

    The image of Em going out to feed the horses and then settling down with a cup of coffee for some Bible study is simply wonderful.

  9. Em says:

    listening with interest to Dr. Beale addressing “temple of God” of Rev 11… it always bothered me that this temple was “of God.” How could this be true, if the anti-Christ sits on the throne (for a time)?… Beale hasn’t sold me on his case yet, but we’ll see

    always seems better here when Dusty drops by

    Xenia, yes, i am blessed today 🙂 i’m a little impatient these days and you reminded me to be grateful…

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