Jesus is the key that unlocks the Hebrew Scriptures and divine “mysteries” to reveal the nature and purposes of God.

Not only does Jesus play the central role in unveiling God’s purposes, but he is also the very center of all the Father’s plans, especially the redemption of humanity. Only in Christ is the glory of the Creator of all things revealed, and only His Son is qualified to reveal His true nature. In him, all the promises of God find their fulfillment, their “yea” and “amen.”

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The fullness and grace of God are found only in the “Word made Flesh,” Jesus of Nazareth John 1:14-18.

John’s prologue to his gospel introduces its key themes – Life, Light, Witness, Truth, and Grace.  Jesus is the Light of the world, the source of Grace and Truth, the True Tabernacle, the only-born Son of God, and the only one who has seen the Father.  The prologue concludes by declaring that he is the only one who is qualified to interpret the unseen God.

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The Unsealed Scroll – The Season is Now!

SYNOPSIS:  Unlike the book of Daniel, the scroll is unsealed in Revelation. The messianic age and the time of fulfillment arrived in the Death and Resurrection of Jesus – Revelation 1:1-3.

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At the close of his visions, an angel commanded Daniel “to shut up the words and seal the book until the season of the end.” One school of prophecy sees this as a promise that the meaning of his prophecies will be disclosed in History’s final years, to the “last generation” to live before the end of the age. Continue reading


John’s Gospel contrasts Jesus with the Mosaic legislation. Ture light, life and truth are found in Jesus, and he now interprets the FatherJohn 1:18.

The prologue to John introduces its key themes, including life, light, witness, truth, and grace. Jesus is the light of the world, the source of grace and truth, the true Tabernacle, and the only one who has seen the Unseen God who “tabernacles” in the “word made flesh.” The prologue ends by declaring that Jesus alone is fully qualified to interpret the Father.

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