Hanserd Knollys – Revelation 12

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An important portion of Revelation in terms of understanding the year day principle found in prophecy scripture.


Rev. 12.1:

This woman is the true visible constituted Church of God under the gospel, in the apostles days called a woman, in opposition unto the apostate Church of Rome, called the great Whore, and the mother of harlots; that is, of all false churches. (Re 17:1-18) The Church of God (his Jerusalem) is resembled by a fair and delicate woman. (Jer 6:2) A woman clothed with the sun, That is, covered with the robe of Christ’s righteousness; and clothed with the garments of his salvation, (Isa 61:10) called the perfection of beauty, (Ps 50:2) she is all glorious within. (Ps 45:13) The spiritual beauty of the primitive church under the gospel in the apostles days, and also in the latter days consisteth, First, in her head, the Lord of Glory, the Sun…

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Men Love Darkness

He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God. And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. For every one that doeth evil hateth the light, neither cometh to the light, lest his deeds should be reproved. (John 3:18-20)

The Lifestyle Evangelism Dilemma

1206728_21045799“Today the topic of lifestyle evangelism came up. A couple peers were quite adamant in their defense of the practice. They were horrified that I was not a fan.

“We’ve got to earn the right to be heard!” – Yeah, I’ve heard that ever since I was a kid. Unfortunately, when it comes to “earning the right to be heard,” we don’t share the Gospel on the front end of relationships because we think we haven’t “earned” the right to do so, and once we do have an established relationship we are reticent to share the Gospel because we are loathe to risk damaging the relationship. Talk about being on the horns of a dilemma!”

Read more:  http://www.thebenaddiction.com/the-myth-of-lifestyle-evangelism/