• Revelation, with tears

    by  • April 20, 2013 • Theology • 1 Comment

    Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, from a blurb on the back of Michael Gorman’s Reading Revelation Responsibly:

    “Sometimes I think there are only two kinds of Christians in America: those who’ve never read Revelation and those who read almost nothing else.”

    John Wesley, from his Explanatory Notes:

    “The Revelation was not written without tears; neither without tears will it be understood.”

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    One Response to Revelation, with tears

    1. May 28, 2013 at 2:30 pm

      “The Revelation was not written without tears; neither without tears will it be understood.”

      Wow… Such a few short words that in and of themselves, are absolutely beautiful!
      Many blessings on you and your journey!

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