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The Hour of Trial: The Pattern of the Age and the Hour the World Will Be Tested
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The Hour of Trial is an exposition of the book of Revelation which takes the narrative patterns of the text and applies them to the Gospel Age, from Pentecost, the end of the Western Roman Empire, the Middle Ages, the Protestant Reformation, Renaissance and the modern world, to the Second Coming.
Eastward in Eden
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Did you know that the creation story is written as a parable? So it is that when we consider the Garden of Eden and Adam and Eve, much more lies beneath the surface of its external presentation. Underneath the spiritual inspiration of the words of men is found the wisdom of a Creator whose purpose from the beginning challenges our hearts and minds to discover the life that is found in His Son.
Studies in Revelation - The Seven Trumpets - Part 3
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This is Part 3 of the series, "Studies in Revelation - The Seven Trumpets." In this study, we consider the fifth and sixth trumpets in the book of the Revelation.
The Serpent - An Alternative View of the Devil
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Horns, pitchfork, red and hideous. Who hasn’t heard about the devil? But who or what is he? Is he a fallen angel? Many of us think so, but is this really what scripture teaches? If not, what does it teach? This study begins in Genesis and the creation story and challenges the longstanding traditional stance that we have all been familiar with for a very long time.

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