Archive for the ‘Spiritual Formation’ Category

Seven Keys That Open The Book of Revelation

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017

www.rjcollene.com 1. Jesus: The Focus of The Revelation 2. The Church: The Audience of The Revelation 3. Disclosure: The Intent of The Revelation 4. Heaven: The Perspective of The Revelation 5. Scripture: The Library of The Revelation 6. Judgment: The Result of The Revelation 7. Restoration: The Promise of The Revelation

The Dominant Seven

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017

A simple reading of The Revelation reveals a long list of sevens consummating the Shabbat of God, His ultimate rest. The number seven and the references to seven are repeated over fifty times in The Book of Revelation. This list begins with the seven churches, the seven Spirits before the throne, the seven golden lamp [...]

A Book of Sevens

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017

The Book of Sevens – www.rjcollene.com “Seven” is the theme of The Revelation of Jesus Christ. The Book of Revelation is a book of sevens. God reveals the ultimate “Seven,” His Shabbat, at the conclusion of judgment and of this age. God has continuously revealed truth to humanity. He has communicated powerfully with symbols, as [...]

The Book of Revelation is Readable!

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017

A new book on Revelation with a fresh look! Title: THE UNVEILING: The Book of Sevens Author: R. Jeff Collene Publisher: Westbow Press (326 pp.) $37.95 hardcover, $22.95 paperback, $9.99 e-book ISBN: 978-1-5127-5703-3; October 7, 2016 Kirkus Independent Book Review Refreshingly well-read and open-minded exploration of the Book of Revelation. Debut author Collene, a pastor, [...]

Oh, the Guilt of the Simple!

Tuesday, October 28th, 2008

Just a thought! Why is their so much media and educratic ridicule applied to single issue voters? They are considered simplistic, narrow, ignorant, etc. But this accusation is only applied to those whose issues morally describe and apply ethical boundaries to the social arena. If the issues are health care or civil rights, terrorism or regulation, then it is considered legitimate. [...]