Halftime

As of this morning, we have finished the vision that extended from Revelation 8:2 through 11:19. What follows in chapters 12-14 is possibly the most pivotal and misunderstood of all the visions in the book, and I am loath to begin it at this point.

When I committed to this series on Revelation, I had no idea that we would be moving a thousand miles to the west; that simply wasn’t on the radar. Right about the time we were under way in Revelation, I was informed that it was the pleasure of the United States Government that we do so, because of Mrs. M’s job. I have now been informed that they will be here on Monday next, to pack us up, thus, they will be pulling the plug on my internet connection, and we will be on the road. Yesterday afternoon I received the news that I will be reconnected to the internet in Illinois sometime on August 14, which as far as I’m concerned is ridiculous… but then “they” never ask for my opinion on anything.

As a consequence, I’ll be offline for most of two weeks, and I can’t see leaving off right in the middle of this next vision for that long… so I needed a plan, and here it is…

I’m going to add some additional background information for the next few days, things I thought about discussing in Bonus Posts later on in the book; let’s call it our “halftime show” instead. πŸ™‚ After Monday, The Life Project will go “dark” until I’m back online…

So, our thrill-packed “halftime show” will begin Friday morning… I can hardly wait!

About Don Merritt

A long time teacher and writer, Don hopes to share his varied life's experiences in a different way with a Christian perspective.
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8 Responses to Halftime

  1. Bette Cox says:

    Oh no, no, no….. but you might find something else to do that you like while computer-less. 😦

  2. Praying for an effortless move and a peaceful journey, Don. BTW, where is your destination?

  3. vw1212 says:

    really enjoying the show…wished i had started reading from below instead from top to bottom. sigh…vw

  4. gwennonr says:

    Praying your move went well.

    Your writings always make me want to get closer to Jesus. Keep up the good work!

    Thank you for stopping by my poetry blog.

    Best Regards,

    GwennonR

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