A Study of the Book of Revelation: Index of Blogs


Each week a group of faithful men meets for Bible Study and fellowship. Under the guidance of Pastor Michael, we are now studying the Book of Revelation. This blog series is based on my notes with some supplemental information from these weekly meetings. Listed below are all the blogs written (so far) in this series.

My heartfelt thanks to Pastor Michael and the Men on the Grow Bible Study Group.

About This Study of Revelation

The Revelation of St John the Divine-A Study

Who Wrote the Book of Revelation?

The Book of Revelation Decoded (Revelation Bible Study)

REVELATION: A Study. Understanding Biblical Apocalyptic Literature

A Study of the Book of Revelation (Group study notes Rev. 1:1-3, 9/22/10)

A Study of the book of Revelation (Group study notes: Rev. 1:1-3, 9/29/10)

A Study of the Book of Revelation (Group study notes: Rev. 1:4-6, 10/6/10)

Revelation Study Notes, Rev. 1:5-7 (10/13/10)

“I am the Alpha and the Omega” (Revelation 1:8; Study Notes, 11/10/10)

The “IS-ness” of Jesus (Revelation 1:8; Study Notes, 11/10/10, Pt 2)

The Almighty (Rev. 1:8, Study Notes, 11/17/10, Pt.1)

..companion in the tribulation.. (Rev. Study Notes, 11/17/10. Pt 2)

Hidden Manna, A White Stone, A New Name (Rev 2:17, 2/16/11)

Tale of the Tel: Thyatira

The break in this series of blogs will be filled in as I have time.

Tale of the Tel: Laodicea

“I will spue thee out of my mouth.” Laodicea (Part 1) (Rev. 3:14-22, Bible Study)

“I am rich and do not need a thing” – Laodicea (Part 2)(Rev. 3:14-22, Bible Study)

“Those whom I love I rebuke” – Laodicea (Rev. 3:19-22, Study)

“Here I am! – Laodicea (Rev. 3:19-22, Bible Study)

John’s View Into Heaven (Revelation 4:1-3, Study) (5/12/11)

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Shalom, Art

Alive in The Word

This blog is part of an ongoing series based on my notes from a weekly Bible Study. For all of the blogs in this study, see: A Study of the Book of Revelation: Index of Blogs

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3 Responses to A Study of the Book of Revelation: Index of Blogs

  1. Ullah says:

    Thanks u for sending me all this

  2. David Avakian says:

    I wonder if blind people dream and if they do, do they dream in color? Do they not have images present in their dreams? I suspect that our mind’s eye goes beyond the normal limits of vision and recognizes more than just the individual remaining senses. Can an understanding and recognition of color be gained from the synthesis of sound, touch, taste and smell? What does sweet look like as opposed to sour? Cool vs Warm? Soft vs Hard? Harmonious vs Dischordant?

    Many years ago as a student I studied the “Land Effect” (discovered by Edwin H. Land who invented the “Land Camera” – of Polaroid fame). The Land Effect demonstrated that if monochrome film (black and white) was used to take pictures of a colorful scene through filters of different different wavelengths, when illuminated using light of those wavelengths, a human observer would see the full color scene although color film would record only a tinted monochrome image.

    Thanks and praise to God who created us so wonderfully and loves us without limits of space and time!

    • Dave:

      Thanks for the visit and comment! What an interesting question. Of course, I had to research that one, and here’s a summary of the best answer I found:

      A person who has never had sight can still dream. But their dreams will use the senses that they do have. So, they won’t have “images” as a sighted person or formerly sighted person would. That, of course, would include “seeing” color. But they could still experience color…ie: red as hot or blue as cold… via association. They would have a totally different concept of color. Most interesting!

      I would then imagine that an unsighted person would “dream” hard or soft” using the sense of feel, “sweet and sour” via taste and smell. But that just my assumption.

      The Land Effect also sounds very interesting.

      Shalom, Art

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