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Fifteen Preliminary Points I. The isles saw it, and feared; the ends of the earth were afraid. Both refer to and contrast Christ’s relation to eternity and to time: It is in this book we have that which the first occurrence of the title in the Book of Psalms relates to: There are other titles of Christ in this book which all add their own testimony; but these we can leave for the present, till we come to them in their own place.
Here is a case in point. It is thus clear that the use of this title twice in Revelation i.
But here, everything relates to the execution of judgment on the earthand upon man. For while all sons serveand are in a sense, therefore, servants, yet “servants,” as such, are not necessarily sons.
From that time the coming “seed of the woman” has always been the hope of God’s People, and hence He is “The Coming One.
Heinrich Bullinger and the Apocalypse
But the subject is not one which would be of general interest to grammar. Edie Neary marked it as to-read Jun 17, The Old Testament has for its subject the King and his coming Kingdom, in promise and prophecy. Now, we ask, Is it not most significant that this is the title used here in the Apocalypse, nine times?
The Kingdom in abeyance. The sermons upon the Apocalypse from Heinrich Bullinger – Exegesis, theology, and edition Heinrich Bullinger preached on the book of Revelation in Zurich from until The Great Judgments the Apocalyppse, xvi.
The Syrians called it Adoniswhich is from the Hebrew Adonailord.
Be prepared and ready to unlearn anything that you may have received from men, and learn afresh from the Word of God itself. Justin Martyr A. The Vision of the Son of Man i. The book is declared to be “The vision of Isaiah It is in this book we have that which the first occurrence of the title apovalypse the Book of Psalms relates to:.
Finally, what influence did Bullinger s sermons have?
This is often expressed in the context; but where it is not actually expressed in words, the thought of idols and idolatry and idolaters has to be supplied mentally. This fact is too well known to need anything more than its bare statement. The Fifth Vision “on Earth” xiv.
The Apocalypse or “The Day of The Lord”
The People of the New Earth xxi. All His works and all His words are perfect, in their choice, order and place: The natural way of qualifying a nouns is by using an adjective, as here In the Epistles the use is peculiar, as an examination of the passages will show.
The judgment on those who use this title of idols is described in Amos viii. Go to page top Go back to contents Go back to site navigation. It clearly is out of place here, because bullingr twenty-four elders say, “We give thee thanks, O Lord God Almighty, which art, and wast, because thou hast taken to thee thy great power, and reignedst” not hast reigned.
Philologos | The Apocalypse by E.W. Bullinger | Introductory
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Surely the association of this title, Pantokratorwith the Lord of Hosts in the Old Testament, and with Israel; its frequent use in Revelation, and its practical absence in the Church Epistles, shuts us up to the fact that we have in this book, not the Church, but that apocaljpse concerns the Jew and the Gentile.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. This passage occurs in one of the earlier epistles of St.
The Third Vision “on Earth” xi.