A time to teach the Alphabet of scripture.

The Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My name, He will teach you all things, and bring to your remembrance all that I said to you.- John 14:26

In a world full of confusion on the matter of the Bible, I’ve found the simplicity of the scriptures and it starts with keeping it simple and allowing the scriptures to interpret the scriptures. Key is to keep it in context, understand the history in place and to whom it is speaking.

I’ve known and experienced God since I was a toddler. I have been seeking God since I was 13, but adamantly since my late 20’s when I lost my mother. I attended Bible college while also tandem attending secular college in early childhood education and psychology. I did this in a time in my life that I was raising three young children. I am so extremely thankful that God was with me the whole time. I’ve been involved in the ministry since my Savana was baptized in 2000. I was licensed and ordained into the Christian ministry in 2011- I interned and facilitated classes at my bible college for a few years during and after my time with Charis. I also spent many years in a few different early elementary schools teaching the little people. I spent a few years at the community college in the early childhood education program and also spent some time in the counseling office helping and guiding students. I loved all these different arenas of teaching, counseling and guiding that God has placed in my path. I share none of this in a boasting way but in mere awe of all the things God can do with any of us willing to follow His lead. I cannot tell you how much I appreciate all the people that encouraged, guided, corrected and loved me through all these years. I have had a lot of mentors on my journey; however, God taught me a long time ago to only seek HIM and allow the HOLY SPIRIT to be my teacher!

I only shared all that as an introduction to my God ordained gift as a teacher of His word, one I cherish deeply.

As a teacher I want to keep it simple, so I’ve decided to call this the Alphabet of Scriptures. I’m going to share simple yet powerful Bible terms and concepts for the next few months in hopes to bring light to all the confusion that all the doctrines, theologies and eschatology’s have brought to God’s perfect word. God is not a God of confusion, and I am so grateful for the information I am about to share. (Note: I will share my sources after lessons are complete, in hopes to stop biases from occurring.)

Today I will go over some A biblical terms and concepts:


“And forces shall be mustered by him, and they shall defile the sanctuary fortress; then they shall take away the daily sacrifices, and place there the ‘ABOMINATION OF DESOLATION,’ -Dan 11:31

“So, when you see the ‘ABOMINTAION OF DESOLATION,’ spoken by Daniel the prophet, standing where it ought not” (let the reader understand), “then let those who are in Judea flee into the mountains”. -Mark 13:14

Jesus mentioned the ABOMINTION OF DESOLATION when His disciples, (Peter, James, John, and Andrew) asked Him privately when Jerusalem and the temple would be destroyed; what would the sign of His coming; and the end of the Jewish age. -Mark 13:2-4; Matt 24:1-3; Luke 21:5-7

He told them of many signs and events that would occur. Among them was His prophecy that they would see in THEIR GENERATION the ABOMINATION OF DESOLATION that had been spoken of by Daniel the prophet. At that time those elect believers who were in Judea were to flee into the mountains because the desolation of Jerusalem was near. – Matt. 24:15-16; Luke 21:20-22

This ABOMINATIN OF DESOLATION event was probably when the Jewish Zealots took over the Holy of Holies in the temple and committed terrible acts of violence and sinful conduct therein, which violated the commandment of God. They took away the daily sacrifices, including the one for the Roman Emperor as a peace offering.

The Jewish Zealots desecrated the temple by besmirching the holy altar, corrupting the entire temple, and committing other forbidden abominations. God’s wrath was soon poured out resulting in the complete destruction of Jerusalem and the temple. Not one stone of the temple was left upon another that was not thrown down. -Matt 24:2

Luke reported (below) that the time for His disciples to flee was further evidenced when they saw the armies surrounding the city. These were not only the armies the Jewish Zealot factions inside and outside Jerusalem, but also the local Roman army of the last procurator of Judea (64-66 ad), Gessius Florus.

The Christians (i.e.; believing Jews) hurriedly fled the city to the mountains just ahead of the attack by Florus’ troops in the upper marketplace of the temple. This was on the 16th day of Iyar (gr. Artemisius) (Apri-May) in 66ad. More than 3,600 Jews were killed in that assault. The Zealots fought back and Florus ended his siege, returning to his administrative headquarters in Caesarea. This was before the main Roman Empire forces led by Vespasian and his son, Titus, got involved in the war a few months later.

“But when you see Jerusalem surrounded by armies, then know that its desolation is near. Then let those who are in Judea flee to the mountains, let those who are in the midst of her depart, and let not those who are in the country enter her. For these are the days of vengeance, THAT ALL THINGS WHICH ARE WRITTEN MY BE FULFILLED.” – Luke 21:20-22

Next lesson will be on Abraham’s Bosom, Adoption & Afterlife. Until then stay in the peace of God and avoid all the confusion of men’s doctrinal psyops

. “For God is not a God of confusion, but of peace.- 1 Cor 14:33

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