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The Book of Isaiah-Is.9:8-9 “Ripple Effect”

Before we continue with the study we have an important lesson to learn from the manner God’s Will is fulfilled and at the heart of it is the spiritual lesson as set down by the Spirit. The verses are given … Continue reading

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Annotated Book of Revelation: ch.1:4

The Seven Candlesticks While studying the apocalyptic writings the symbolism of lamps, stars to mention a few, must be understood for what it is. God is qualified as the Father of lights (Jas.1:17) and it would make the Son as … Continue reading

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The Bible As God-document-6

(Continuation from the previous post) We use time to separate events where as God being omnipresent has no need for it. In God’s Time the Spirit reconciles different time scales in terms of symbol. By the same token the Lamb … Continue reading

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God’s Covenant with Noah

“I do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be a token of a covenant…(Ge.9:13)” One principle we need keep in mind is the principle of similitude. Realities of heaven are transposed to physical realities. The purpose of … Continue reading

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Representational Typology

“For if the dead rise not, then is not Christ raised (1 Co.15:16).”   Principle of Similitude is the tool of the Spirit to translate the deep things of God in a language we can understand. Thus the body God … Continue reading

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The Spirit of Truth-Jn.14:17

The Spirit in order to bring out the glory of God for human understanding uses the Word from a frame of reference and it is the Principle of Similitude. Alphabets are symbols as hieroglyphics consists of pictorial representation. Most of … Continue reading

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