But whoever says in the Spirit, Give me money, or something else, you shall not listen to him.I will start this article/essay by making five opening statements: 1.An Historical exegesis of the Book of Revelation, also called The Apocalypse, sees in this book of sacred scripture direct one-to-one corresponding parallels with the whole history of salvation as presented in the Historical Books of the Old and New Testaments, and in the events of the "intertestamental period" of those decades in history which precede the birth of Jesus Christ.It is by no means the only valid exegetical interpretation.But this is only possible with a thorough knowledge of all the scriptures of the Old and New Testaments and of the history of the whole of the ancient period from 1000 B. This article will include a brief description of the 12 main schools of interpretation, as a means of clearly contrasting and clarifying the method of an historical exegetical interpretation of the Book of Revelation. The process of developing an historical interpretation of The Revelation by the method of textual exegesis is basically as follows: In reading the Apocalypse/Revelation to John, the reader or exegete thoroughly familiar with the whole of the Bible may spontaneously note that the words of a passage or verse seem to read as a suggestive parallel to a particular text in the Old or New Testaments.It is a form of what conservative Christian biblical scholars call the lower criticism, or legitimate textual criticism—the technical term "criticism" simply meaning "analysis". Jerome was the foremost biblical scholar of his day, credited with the official Latin translation of the whole of the Catholic Bible (Vulgate), and venerated as a Doctor of the Church and patron saint of biblical scholarship. For example, the words of Revelation "These are they who have come out of the great tribulation" can be seen as a parallel to the texts of Deuteronomy "when you are in tribulation", Ezra 1:4 and Ezra , and Nehemiah 7:6 "These were the people..came up out of the captivity".The myth is that it is only married men who feel sexually deprived.The fact is, married women too experience sexual deprivation.
Feeling sexually deprived in marriage is not uncommon.The Apostle Paul NEVER ONCE appealed to tithing even though he obviously often suffered financial difficulties.However, he wrote rather a lot about FREELY giving financial support where one is able. The early Church - prior to Constantine - DID NOT uphold tithing. Tithing was a widespread practise in the ancient world - not something peculiar to Israel. In our day, strongly tithing congregations often become very wealthy congregations with much to spend on various projects and with the minister enjoying an affluent lifestyle, even while many within that congregation might live in a financially very precarious world.Whether you are a man or a woman, yearning for sexual intimacy with your spouse is a healthy desire.Longing for sexual intimacy left unfulfilled in quantity and quality is a challenge, and a taboo topic for many. This blog article is not a discussion about different desires in frequency." Let's understand why – not to disparage other religions, but rather to clarify the Jewish position.Jews do not accept Jesus as the messiah because: But first, some background: What exactly is the Messiah?Thus, quality is lacking because quantity is lacking.Thus, there is no experience of quality enhancement as quantity is little to non existent.Her black BMW appeared to be totaled after she slammed into the rear of a car stopped at a traffic light. One of the most common questions we receive at is: "Why don't Jews believe in Jesus?