Author Archives: Reggie Kelly

Apocalyptic Righteousness of the Apocalyptic Gospel

God is seeking those who worship Him in Spirit and in truth. The one who is doing that in truth is a pillar of authenticity. Revelation 3:12 Him that overcometh will I make a pillar in the temple of my … Continue reading

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It is Finished

In John 17, Jesus made these two statements: “I have finished the work which you gave me to do.” And, “Now I am no more in the world.” He was still here, and still had the cross to endure. Do … Continue reading

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The Stage is Not Yet Set: Critical Distinctions

What do you think of this article Reggie? https://www.newantisemitism.com/antisemitism/is-the-stage-being-set-for-the-prophecy-of-zechariah-123 Good thoughts, good points, raising a very timely question. However, and it’s a big however, we must never forget the larger surrounding context of Zech 12:2-3. Obviously, the final siege of … Continue reading

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The Mystery of the Kingdom (& John the Baptist)

“I do not have a clear understanding of this text and was curious of your understanding of it. I was asked by a young believer and have read many comments on this but nothing I read set right with me. … Continue reading

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The First Resurrection

What would you say is the cost of making the first resurrection either the new birth or something else? Contrasted with the first resurrection coming at the end of the last persecution with the destruction of the final beast, the … Continue reading

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