Introduction to the Book of Revelation

Pastor Paul Holt and Pastor Mark Tross discuss the signature of God. Starting with Jesus calling Himself the Alpha and Omega, the Beginning and the End, we find the untranslatable Aleph and Tav shows up in Genesis 1:1 in the middle of the verse.

This video was recorded during the Ask The Pastor program that aired on Saturday April 13th, 2013.

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One Response to Introduction to the Book of Revelation

  1. Immanuel

    March 13, 2014 at 9:57 pm

    Good talk, brothers. It came up a couple of times, so I just wanted to make a minor point about being a Jew: I agree with the way you’re referring to those of the tribe of Yehudah (Judah) as Jews, because this is where this name comes from, but considering Shaul says he was of the tribe of Benjamin, as you have said, yet did also say that he was a Jew (Philippians 3:5), being a Jew is a broader term biblically than referring only to those of the tribe of Judah, converts to Judaism aside. The name Jew does refer to those of the tribe of Judah, but it also refers to all who were joined to the Kingdom of Judah. The people of this kingdom were called Jews from sometime before the time of the Babylonian exile. This term applies to Benjaminites in Shaul’s day, for example, as it does to this day. Benjamin stayed with Judah when the kingdom was divided according to Scripture. Even more prominent among Jewish people today is the surname Levi. The reason is the Temple was in the Kingdom of Judah, so most of the Levites ended up dwelling among the southern kingdom of Judah. They are therefore Jews to this day. Shalom!