One of the reasons why I blog is a matter of catharsis – in order for me to see some order in some of the thoughts that go on inside my head, I need to verbalise them. Sometimes I do this by talking these things through with my long-suffering wife, or a good friend. Inevitably, … More Acceptance Speech
I have pressed pause, for the moment, on the series entitled The Final Kingdom, in order to ask myself (and you) a question. I will come on to that question shortly, but first, let me explain what has led up to me asking the question. For some time I have struggled with the notion of … More What Would It Take?
In the Part Five we got up to chapter eleven and verses 7-8 as we examined the final prophecy contained within the book of Daniel. And we shall continue that study in a moment, but firstly, I would encourage you to start to take a decent interest in what is going on in the Middle … More The Final Kingdom – Part Six
After a great deal of consideration and thoughtful prayer, I have concluded that the final prophecy of Daniel, which I am about to start to try and explain (or at least simplify), is best dealt with from the perspective that the events which are described are still all in the future. Of course, we can … More The Final Kingdom – Part Five
Before we continue our walk through the dreams and visions and prophecies of the book of Daniel, a short recap might be in order, especially in the light of the most recent revelations I have had on the interpretation of the vision of the goat and the ram from Daniel chapter eight. I stated in … More The Final Kingdom – Part Four
The thing I love about studying Biblical prophecy, perhaps more than anything else, are those jaw-dropping moments when the meaning of the words suddenly make sense in the earthly realms. All of God’s prophecy begins in the spiritual realm, and as a result, it is often hard to see the apparent and true meaning, especially … More The Final Kingdom – Part 2a
I have discovered a secret. It is one that I always knew existed. It was there, right in front of my eyes, the whole time. I just didn’t know what I was looking at. What was my normal experience of praying for things, was to keep praying, say for a particular need to be met, … More Hidden In Plain Sight