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Cities Of Refuge - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... refuge, for “the Lamb (is) the temple of it” (Revelation 21:22). Shechem means “strong shoulder” which answers to the “strong consolation” we have in Christ when we flee to Him for refuge. Hebron means...
Revelation 20:7: Satan shall be loosed - Study Note
... Satan shall be loosed. The events described in Revelation 20:7-9 take place only after there have been a thousand years of enforced peace and righteousness. In Revelation 20:3, it was said that Satan must be loosed a little season, evidently to...
Ezekiel 39:18: princes of the earth - Study Note
... of the earth. Compare this passage (Ezekiel 39:17-20) with Revelation 19:17-21. The two “suppers” for the birds of the air are described in such similar terms as to suggest the same event. Both will involve not just the...
Breaking Bread - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... at the last supper, He had evidently received a special revelation concerning it. “For I have received of the Lord that which also I delivered unto you, That the Lord Jesus the same night in which He was betrayed (literally, ‘while...
Taking His Name In Vain - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... of backhanded acknowledgment that God is real and Biblical revelation is true. It is significant that adherents of other religions never take the names of their gods in vain! Who ever heard a Buddhist, or a Muslim, or a Hindu do such a thing? If...
Ezekiel 44:5: mark well - Study Note
... period may not be, whether Jews or Gentiles (see note on Revelation 20:7), and so these laws of worship and behavior must be enforced, especially for those ministering in the...
Joshua 19:9: within the inheritance of them - Study Note
his tribe is included in the list of tribes in the last days (Revelation 7:7). 19:50 city which he asked. As Caleb was the first to request and be given his inheritance (among the tribes west of the Jordan, that is), so Joshua was the last (Joshua...
Acts 20:7: first day of the week - Study Note
... became known as “the Lord’s day” (Revelation 1:10). By worshiping and resting on that day, the Christians were still keeping the sabbath (“sabbath” means “rest,” not “seventh” or...
Revelation 1:10: the Lord’s Day - Study Note
... the Lord’s Day. “The Lord’s Day” most likely refers to the first day of the week, our modern Sunday. Christian congregations evidently had been worshipping on the first day of the week for many years by this time (note...
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