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Martin Luther read Revelation twice... -- Revelation 19:1, 4-9 -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - C -- 1995
Martin Luther read Revelation twice and then pronounced his verdict: "My spirit can not accommodate
A Modern Fable I... -- Revelation 19:1, 4-9 -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - C -- 1995
A Modern Fable
A Sunday school teacher was... -- Revelation 19:1, 4-9 -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - C -- 1995
A Sunday school teacher was asked by one of her students, a small boy of ten, "What do people do in
Loren Eiseley in his book... -- Revelation 19:1, 4-9 -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - C
Loren Eiseley in his book, The Immense Journey, records an incident of tramping through the w
The Christian community is accustomed... -- Revelation 19:1, 4-9 -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - C
The Christian community is accustomed to saying in word and song, "Hallelujah!" Hallelujah fills the
You undoubtedly have seen those... -- Revelation 19:1, 4-9 -- Fifth Sunday of Easter - C
You undoubtedly have seen those slick covered books, cards and brochures that make a stab at picturi
Although portions of Revelation's Hallelujah... -- Revelation 19:1, 4-9 -- Easter Day - C
Although portions of Revelation's "Hallelujah Chorus" are taken up by Handel, the marriage scene and
What must the church focus... -- Revelation 19:1, 4-9 -- Easter Day - C
What must the church focus upon, if it is to be prepared for the return of Christ?
Censoriousness is always in greater... -- Revelation 19:1, 4-9 -- Easter Day - C
Censoriousness is always in greater supply than praise.
A couple in their late... -- Revelation 19:1, 4-9 -- Easter Day - C
A couple in their late 40s and members of a computer "bulletin board," who met by sending messages t

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