I should probably get it out that I have an aversion to trying to figure out what exactly biblical prophecy means. There, I have finally said it. I don’t know if it comes from my upbringing, listening to too many “teachings” about end times, or my education but I just can do it. I don’t suggest that anyone else avoid it as assiduously as I do; if this is your hobby, wonderful.
This Sunday’s sermons, are centred around the notion of whether it is okay to ask those sorts of questions. The short answer is that it is okay. You are completely free to ask questions about when the end of all things is going to happen. You can ask questions about what is meant by any passage of scripture that seems to be predictive in some way. The point I am after today is, don’t let the desire for an answer become a requirement for an answer.
Knox Presbyterian It’s okay to want to know (to download, right click and select “Save Link As . . .”)
St. Mark’s Presbyterian It’s okay to want to know (to download, right click and select “Save Link As . . .”)