He's Got the Whole Scroll in His Hands

Gantt, Frank
September 2014
Journal of Theology;Sep2014, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p7
Academic Journal
The article presents a sermon on the text from the book of revelations. Topics include passages from the book of revelations, the threat of terrorism in the world especially from Islamic organisations threatening Christians and the story of the apostle John and the scroll that had information on how the world will end.


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