Commentary on Revelation, or the Apocalypse [E. W. Bullinger] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Reprint of Revised and. Bullinger, Henry. A hundred sermons Upon the Apocalypse of Jesus Christ, revealed by the angel of the Lord: but seen or received and written. The Apocalypse by E.W. Bullinger | Preface must mean its own sending forth or its own unfolding.* and the statement is that no prophecy of the. Scripture ever.

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This passage occurs in one of the earlier epistles of St. Open your Bibles at Isa. Research Heinrich Bullinger and the Apocalypse.

It occurs times; but as in 39 of these it refers to domestic servants, or those who serve man, we have to deal only with the 85 occurrences where it is used with reference to God. The Seven Vial Angels xv. Then, too, will Israel fulfil the forty-sixth Psalm, and say: Bullingeer Fifth Vision “in Heaven” xiv.

The Apocalypse or “The Day of The Lord”

The Seven Assemblies and their Promises. We repeat once again, in order to make this point quite clear, that while “sons” may perform apocalpyse special service, and therefore may, on that account, be called “servants: We cannot impede our argument by giving further details here.

This division is called “the generations of the heavens and of the earth. Any questions or corrections should be sent to owner-bpr philologos.

The title also has to do with Israel’s restoration and deliverance. The Fourth Vision “on Earth” xii. The church is heavenly in its calling, its standing, its hope, and its destiny. The Sixth Vision “on Earth” xvi. True, He was rejected; therefore that coming is now in abeyance.


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Charles Azain marked it as to-read May 14, Justin Martyr A. The majority of people, being accustomed from their infancy to hear the first day of the week called the Lord’s Day, conclude in their own minds that that day is thus called in Rev. The 1st Seal the false Apocaylpse, vi. Sandra marked it as to-read Apocalypsd 29, In verse 16 it is the verb that is used and not the noun, and therefore it does not come within our inquiry.

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Mine hand hath laid the foundation of the earth, and my right hand hath spanned the heavens: The priests witness Eli had failed: The facts exist, and the question is, What do they say to us?

Is it not strange that in this one place a different expression is thought to refer to the same day? Though this may be considered by some as a minor point, it is so important that it must not be passed over. D Theology and religious studies. Connected with this fact there is another, that emphasizes bu,linger in a remarkable manner. Refresh and try again. It is passing strange that if John called the first day of the week “the Lord’s Day,” we find no trace of the use of such apocalgpse title until a hundred years later.

The King made Head over all things to the Church. That it should be so called afterwards is easily understood, and there can be little doubt that the practice arose from the misinterpretation of these words in Rev. Philologos Religious Online Books Philologos. Now, when we turn to the Apocalypse, what do we find?

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Dennis added it Dec 30, Many kings are mentioned and referred to in the book: One other fact has to be stated, and that is the reason why the first day of the week came to be called “Sunday. It comes to exactly the same thing as to signification ; the difference lies only in the emphasis. The Great City xviii. The English is tainted with Scandinavian mythology.

Heinrich Bullinger and the Apocalypse

Here is a bullinter in point. Everywhere the Church is thrust in: The connection of Isaiah with Revelation in the use of this title is eloquent to all who have “ears to hear. But it is when we come to look at the literary connection between the Old Testament and the Apocalypse that we find evidences of the most striking kind.

The Kingdom set bul,inger with Divine judgment, in Power-Glory. It is in connection with the earth that He comes, in Revelation, and hence this title is used. Sixteen times we have the title in the Gospels and Acts and Heb.

Names Confessed 2 Sam. The two books thus linked together by it are linked as to their character and subject matter in a very special manner.