Hanserd Knollys – Revelation 3

Feileadh Mor


Rev. 3.1:

“I know thy works, that thou hast a name, that thou livest and art dead” By a “name” to live, is meant, the great and honorable esteem which other churches of saints and ministers of Christ had of this church, her ministers and members. For, first, the appearance of the graces and gifts of the Spirit of God, which did shine forth and were perspicuous in some of the ministers of this church, made her renowned among other churches. (as Eze 16:14) Secondly, the soundness of doctrine, purity of gospel-administrations in the worship of God, and the strictness of discipline in this church, did give her a name and a praise among other churches. (as Zep 3:20)

Rev. 3.2:

“Be watchful” which doth more especially concern the Ministers of the church who are her watchman

“And strengthen the things which remain” ministers did not endeavor to nourish, cherish…

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One thought on “Hanserd Knollys – Revelation 3”

  1. Hanserd Knollys gives one understanding of Revelation from a historicist perspective. I hope to post on Revelation from an FN Lee/WJ Mencarow perspective in the not-too-distant future.

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