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Narrative Mode: a threefold cord

The Spirit while placing the two narrative accounts from God the Father and the Son respectively, gives the Bible coherence by bringing them about the basic attributes of godhead, so events carry people, nations, also heaven and earth along,- whether … Continue reading

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The Annotated Revelation: the city of Jerusalem-Ch.11:5-14

“And if any man will hurt them (the two witnesses), fire proceedeth out of their mouth, and devoureth their enemies: ….These have power to shut heaven, that it rain not in the days of their prophecy: and have power over … Continue reading

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End of the world-conclusion

Matt:24:3-42 While Jesus predicted eschatological events,- and for his disciple it was a private discourse, but the Holy Spirit would set it as an instruction in righteousness. With this in view he adopts certain narrative mode, which we shall continue … Continue reading

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End of the world: a study of Matt.24:3-42

“What shall these things be? and what shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world?(Matt:24:3)” This was a private discourse between the disciples and Jesus. While studying the Book of Revelation the words of … Continue reading

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Narrative Mode: law of gradation

Law of gradation is a narrative mode in which, the earth bears comparison with the realities of heaven. The Son of man for example describes two aspects of God the Son, and as the Word made flesh. The Son of … Continue reading

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Narrative Mode in the Bible

“The earth brings fruit of itself, first the blade, then the ear, and then the full grain…Mk.4:28”. Glory of a grain of wheat requires time before its fruition. God’s will to send the Son had to be in fulness of … Continue reading

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