Revelation Outline

Outline of Revelation by Chapter


01 — Greeting

02 — To: Ephesus, *Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira (*blameless)

03 — To: Sardis, *Philadelphia, Laodicea (*blameless)

04 — Throne Room

05 — Scroll, Worthy Lamb

06 — Seals 1~6

07 — 144K Sealed, Multitude Robed

08 — Seal 7, Trumpets 1~4

09 — Woes 1~2 = Trumpets 5~6

10 — Cloud Dude & the Small Scroll

11 — Measure, Two Witnesses, Woe 3 = Trumpet 7

12 — Woman vs Dragon

13 — Dragon & Beast

14 — Lamb & The Faithful on Mount, Six Angels Announce, Wrath-Winepress-Reaping

15 — Giving of the Bowls

16 — Pouring of the Bowls

17 — Harlot & Beast

18 — Prophecy against Harlot

19 — Victory Song over Fallen Harlot

20 — Satan Imprisoned, Jesus’ Millennium, Satan Released, Judgment of All Things

21 — All Is New

22 — River of Life and Invitation, Salutation  · · · →

Beautiful Homosexuals

Beautiful Homosexuals

The following article was written in 2010. While I never write for only one person, rather, for the benefit of all who may read, it may help to know the background.

This post has recently become more popular in Asia, which does not identify with the same question of homosexuality that is running through America. That’s not to say that Homosexuality is irrelevant in the Far East, but the impact it has from and on society takes a radically different shape. There are many things that America and Asia do not understand about each other, especially when they try to understand through literature. They both look at a question that impacts each culture differently and then superimpose their own motives onto the motives of the other. Of particular interest was the 1977 luncheon between Witness Lee and Walter Martin, which began great friendship when they met in person, but soon gave way to hostilities when their respective ministries resumed attempts to resolve conflict in writing and by reading each other’s literature instead of having further fellowship in-person.  · · · →

Man: Soul, Spirit, Body

I authored this about nine years ago or so. It’s from my Doctrinal Statement. It contains some Greek, so you may need to install some fonts if letters don’t display correctly. As a language student, I opted to use a more distinguishable method of transliteration.

The “soul” (pseuchae/ψευχη) is redeemable (James 1:21) though sin lives in the “flesh”/physical body (sarx/σαρχ) (Romans 7:18-19). A spirit is not necessarily a being, it can be an emotion or atmosphere—“spirit of hate/joy [or something else positive or negative]” —(Jb 20:3, Pr 1:23, Is 4:4; 28:6, 57:15; 61:3, Hos 4:12, Rom 8:15a, 15b, 1 Cor 4:21, 2 Cor 4:13, Gal 6:1, Eph 1:17, 2 Tm 1:7, 1 Jn 4:6) “Spirit” (pneuma/πνευμα) also means “wind” in almost every sense, and is even taught in this way by Christ (John 3:8). The “soul” (pseuchae/ψευχη) is never referred to in any of these ways, but it is redeemable (as mentioned in James 1:21) and therefore eternal.

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Statement of Faith

 

Statements of faith, doctrine, theology.. are all about explaining our view of God for the sake of each other. The goal is not to explain ourselves, but to explain the Lord.. together. Ultimately, God explains Himself to us.. together..

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Essence of Christianity
Salvation is by faith alone (Gen 15:6, Jn 3:18, Eph 2:8-9), in Christ alone (Acts 4:12, Jn 3:13-21, 14:6, 1 Jn 2:2), as He is revealed in Scripture alone (2 Tim 3:16-17, 2 Peter 1:20-21, Rev 22:18-19); the summary of all Biblical teaching is to love God with every part of your being, and love your neighbor as yourself (Lev 19:18, Deut 6:5, Micah 6:8, Mt 22:37-40, Mk 12:29-34, Lk 10:25-28); and the purpose of God’s commands is to expand abundant life to the world around us (Deut 5:33, 6:3, 15:4-5, Josh 1:8, Jer 29:11, Jn 10:10, 15:8, 1 Cor 3:11-15) because He loves us (1 Jn 4:10, Jer 31:3, Jn 15:13 cf 10:11, Gen 1:1-Rev 22:21).

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