Revelation is also called the Apocalypse because in the original language it is Apocalypsis Iesou Chirstou, the Apocalypse of Jesus Christ. The Greek "apocalypsis" is translated into English as "revelation."
|February 3, 2013, Lectionary|
|Written by Wilma Zalabak, M.Div.|
|Friday, 01 February 2013 10:41|
Did you ever feel like whatever you said turned out wrong? Like your foot couldn't stay out of your mouth? Here's a Bible promise for that. Jeremiah 1:4-10
The way to "never be put to confusion" is to "continually resort" to God as my habitat of strength. "Continually" is the key for me. Psalm 71:1-6
When the perfect comes the partial disappears, as light dismisses darkness. Lord, let me not cling to my partialities. 1 Corinthians 13:1-13
Elijah found hospitality with a foreigner. Elisha gave hospitality and healing to a foreigner. Jesus cited these stories, and incited a riot. Luke 4:21-30