Archive for the ‘Comparative Bible Study’ Category

Psalm 125/Revelation 17:11

Thursday, December 21st, 2006

Trust God and Do Good till the End, the Enemies will be destroyed
Psalm 125/Revelation 17:11

Rev. 17/11 shows us that the beast and the seven heads form a power against God and the children of God. This kind of power can appear as an external oppression or temptations to God’s children. It also exists inside of us–our old nature. Our old nature is against God. Sometimes this power appears; yet sometimes it seems disappeared. Its pattern of on and off makes it hard for us to overcome it completely. Therefore, we are easy to be hurt by the enemies because they may reappear suddenly. (more…)

Psalm 119/ Revelation 17:5

Thursday, December 21st, 2006

Seek And Obey God’s Word Fully To The End, Destroy The Mystery Of The Prostitute!
Psalm 119/ Revelation 17:5

The whole world is under the control of the evil one. (1 John 5: 19) The power of sins is polluting the whole world. Sins, the mother of the abominations is the prostitute. She is our enemy. How wicked and how evil she is. How many saints who love God and have been used by God have died from her seductions and persecutions. Only if we truly do exactly as the teachings in Psalm 119, we can overcome the mystery of the prostitute. We will not be hurt by her, but will accomplish God’s plan. Psalm 119 teaches us many important secrets of victory in Jesus. First, be humble, thirst and hunger for God’s Word. Second, be perfect. Third, seek to obey God’s Word every moment and keep it to the very end. Let us follow the example of Paul, as he followed the example of Christ. (more…)

Psalm 91/ Revelation 15:6

Thursday, December 21st, 2006

Dwell In The Lord And Rest, No Enemy Can Harm Us For God Will Fight For Us
Psalm 91/ Revelation 15:6

Psalm 91 and Rev. 15: 6 teaches us to dwell in the Lord and rest in Him. To dwell in God is to love your God and Keep His commands. Then the enemies can never harm you. You will be satisfied with the rich and lasting honor from the Lord. (more…)

Psalm 36/ Revelation 12:6

Thursday, December 21st, 2006

Run To The Lord For Protection, Or You Will Be Killed By The Evil One, And Drink The Water Of Life And Joy
Psalm 36/ Revelation 12:6

Let us read Rev. 12:6, “The woman fled into the desert to a place prepared for her by God.” Who is this woman? Many Bible commentary think that this woman means the Israelites. The male child born by her is Jesus Christ. But if we go deeper and meditate on this verse, we can get very meaningful application to our own spiritual lives. Rev. 12:1 said, this woman “clothed with the sun”. She seeks righteousness according to God’s words. Therefore, she clothes herself with Christ. This woman, “with the moon under her feet”. (more…)

Psalm 24/ Revelation 11:13

Thursday, December 21st, 2006

Flee To The Mountain And Seek The Lord In Disasters, Be Ready For The Coming Of Our King
Psalm 24/ Revelation 11:13

The main point I would like to share with you is: When the earth quakes and cities collapse, let us go up to the mountain and seek the Lord, and get ourselves ready for the second coming of Jesus Christ. (more…)

Psalm 16/Revelation 11:5

Thursday, December 21st, 2006

Love God wholeheartedly and receive eternal blessing
Psalm 16/Revelation 11:5

In Rev. 11/3 God said that He would rise up His “two witnesses” at the end time. These are the two olive trees. The word of God to them is like the olive. Day and night they meditate on the word of God. The more they chew it, the more they get the taste of it. Their lives are edified a lot when they meditate on the word of God in this way. These are the two lampstands. (more…)

Psalm 8/ Revelation 10:8

Thursday, December 21st, 2006

Thirst For The Word Of God, And See His Glory
Psalm 8/ Revelation 10:8

In Rev. 10:8 we read that the voice from heaven spoke once more, “Go, take the scroll…” Scroll stands for the Holy Bible. This Holy Bible is the most important thing to every child of God. In Luke 10:41, Jesus told Martha, “Martha, Martha, you are worried and upset about many things, but only one thing is needed, Mary has chosen what is better and it will not be taken away from her.” When Martha was busy for many thins, Mary put this one thing as the first thing—sitting at the Lord’s feet and listening to what He said. (more…)

2 Samuel Ch6/ Mark Ch14

Thursday, December 21st, 2006

One Beautiful Thing, One Wrong Thing, And One Evil Thing
2 Samuel 6/ Mark 14
3 Sections V.8 vs. V.25

David gathered 30 thousand chosen men to bring up the ark of God from the house of Abinadab. The ark of God was captured by the Philistines when Eli was still a priest of Israel. (1 Samuel 4: 11) Then God showed His glory and forced the Philistine to return the ark of God to Beth Shemesh, Israel. But the men of Beth Shemesh was scared, therefore it was taken to the house of Abinadab since then. It was there for a very long time. When Saul was king, he did not care about it. Now David was king, he decided to bring up the ark of God to Jerusalem. (1 Chronicles 13: 1-4) Everyone agreed with him and thought it was a right thing. (more…)

Esther Ch4/2 Timothy Ch3

Thursday, December 21st, 2006

Watch and Pray! Do not fall into temptation
Esther 4/2 Timothy 3

Esther 4/1-8: Know how dangerous it is, pray earnestly, and preach at a risk of one’s life.

When Mordecai learned that the enemy of the Jews had set a date to destroy all of the Jews, he cried loudly and bitterly. There were many Jews also fast and cried bitterly because of that. But Queen Esther did not know the danger of her people because she lived safely in the palace. When she heard that Mordecai was in sackcloth and ashes, she was very upset. Esther sent clothes to Mordecai, but he would not take it. Then Esther sent a eunuch to find out why Mordecai was sad. Mordecai then asked the eunuch to tell her everything that the enemy had planned wickedly to destroy all of God’s children. Mordecai instructed her to plead earnestly to the king for her people. (more…)

Esther Ch6/ Titus Ch1

Thursday, December 21st, 2006

Keep God’s words will be highly honored; the wicked will come to a complete ruin
Esther 6/ Titus 1

The book of Esther records things happened when the Jews were captives in Persia. Esther a Jewish orphan became a queen of Persia when Queen Vashti was removed from her position. After this event, Haman an enemy of the Jews was put in a high position by the King of Persia. Haman wanted to destroy all the Jews in the kingdom of Persia because Mordecai would not bow down to honor him. Haman set a date for slaughter and made it into a law by the power of the king. Esther then decided to go to the king and plead for her own life and her people’s lives, even if it would take her life. She fast three days or nights and asked all the Jews in Susa to fast for her. God answered their prayers. He used Esther to deliver her people from destruction. (more…)