I would like to add this note on the interpretation of the two dreams of Joseph in Genesis 37:5-11.
The Unbelief of the Dreams of Joseph by Pastor Steven Anderson
Pastor Steven Anderson does not believe that two dreams of Joseph is fulfilled in the proper interpretation of the symbolism in Revelation 12:1-6. Pastor Anderson states, “So because of that dream that Joseph had, people will often look at Revelation chapter 12, and they see a woman clothed with the
I added more information concerning this topic today, and corrected some grammatical errors; I also made some mistakes by leaving out certain cross references that needed to be added, but hopefully they are corrected.
"For it is impossible for those who were once [enlightened], and have [tasted of the heavenly gift], and were made [partakers of the Holy Ghost], And have [tasted the good word of God, and the powers of the world to come], If they shall fall away, to renew them again unto repentance; seeing they crucify to themselves the Son of God afresh, and put him to an open shame." (Hebrews 6:4-6)
There will come a point in every person's heart where they will NEVER repent and accept the message of the
I am glad to hear that the devotion was a blessing to you. As with many other saints, the life, the character, and the moving incidents in the life of Joseph, are an inspiration.
Throughout the life of Joseph, we can see God moving His hand in the life of Joseph to use him for the deliverance of the Jewish race, the deliverance of the Egyptians, and we can see the character of Christ.
Truly, Romans 8:28 is evident in Joseph's life, "And we know that all things work together
Thank you for your study on the differences of the Convents, and Promises in the scriptures.
I personally appreciate the fine history (short), on the worship of God by the Chinese in ancient China.
Also, I appreciate the following statement, "We show how the natural divisions and terms already in scripture are there to aid the believer in their study."
God bless! 😀
I’ve asked you this in another thread, but you have not responded. Can you PLEASE tell me why you put endless brackets around various words when quoting the Bible? I understand when you want to possibly emphasize a phrase or define a phrase - but other than that, I do not know. I find it very distracting and difficult to read when trying to read your studies/posts. At first I thought it might have been to distinguish between regular and italicized words in the Bible (as I have seen some writers