After I read Revelation 4-19 I was amazed at what the Lord showed the apostle Paul of the things to come. It reminded me of the Exodus and how the Lord hardened Pharaoh’s heart when he would not let the Israelites go out of Egypt. John was so blessed to see the things that would take place in the future reign of our Lord Jesus Christ. He was told to write everything down so those who read the scriptures in Revelation would be blessed. And blessed we are because we know as Christians the things that will come after the rapture. I am glad I won’t be here for the seven-year Tribulation because all the earth will be destroyed like nothing no one has seen or will ever see again.
YESHUA felt distinctly the difference between this wilderness and the world in which he was at home — the Galilean villages and richness — crowds, people always around — activity continually. Here there was nothing. No life, simply contemplation. No activity, rather inactivity. Here was the immensity of nothingness — pain and suffering of isolation — weeping and gnashing of teeth at deprivation. Yet here he was attracted — to this unattractive place. To this expanse of sameness, nothingness, absence of all that makes and gives life. What is this place that it does so?
In the time since the stoning of Stephen, this one word-still-leads us to believe that the persecution that erupted and scattered many disciples was championed by Saul. Perhaps it was.
Hong Kong: An amazing, frenetic, bustling place that fortunately has been pretty much left as it was by the Chinese since the end of the British lease in 1997.
Then, you need to apply Bethlehem salts for the involved area. This treatment is a little harsh but it is extremely effective. Sea salts tend to be accessible in large granule form for cooking and in body scrubs. Therefore, you need to use a combination of water and sea salt towards the infected area several times per day before you spot the dead ring disappearing.
SCRIBE We have come all the way from jerusalem to see you. We hear that you also baptize in the Jordan, as we do, yet you do not baptize as we do, to convert Gentiles. You baptize everyone. What for?
Read Isaiah 15:7 The Ravine of the Poplars is not shown on our map. Some translations read this as The Brook of the Willows. This is believed to be the border between Moab and Edom, separated by a brook in a ravine, lined with trees. The Moabites can only take with them what they can carry; what good is all their wealth now? In fact, I would think, it would be much harder for a rich man to flee during such times, than a poor man, for the rich man will be lamenting all he left behind, while the poor man would be content with saving his life!
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