If you have read the previous articles, then the identity of the Woman is quite clear by now – she is any generation of God’s people that is pregnant with a ‘Man Child’. When such a generation faces tribulation which the scriptures call ‘birth pangs’ – Mark 13:8 – then it is time to bring forth the Man Child. But only a generation who knows the worth and significance of the Man Child will be willing to endure such tribulation.
The Sun Sets On One Age and Rises On Another
This post continues the flow of thoughts shared in The Untold Story Of Christmas. Today I want us to take a much deeper look at the woman that was clothed in the sun, moon and stars and the significance of the Man Child. (See Revelation 12)
Christmas is the day that holds all time together.
Many are familiar with what happened that Christmas morning in Bethlehem when Herod tried to kill the New Born King as soon as He was born, but very few know what happened in the heavens the night before. Fortunately for us, the book of Revelation gives us a sneak peek into the events in Heaven that shaped all of history forever.
I have been asked by a few why I haven’t posted and when I will. I had to take a break… work things placing high demands on me. Will gist you about that later.
This December, I’ll do a little make up for the last month and then go all the way for this Christmas with “Seeing Jesus, (the Reason for the Season) in every page of the Bible.”
You’ll love it and how it would bless you.
“If a man cannot obey simple rules, do not make him a ruler… for he will draw crooked lines”.
~Dr. Tunde Bakare~
Frederick the Great of Prussia was walking on the outskirts of Berlin when he encountered a very old man proceeding in the opposite direction.
Frederick asked him, “Who are you?”
“I am a King,” replied the old man.
“A King!” laughed Frederick. “Over what kingdom do you reign?”
The old man replied with confidence, “Over myself”.