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Revelation 22:14-15

Most of this world's holidays are based on fables, myths, and lies, while the Christian is commanded to worship God "in spirit and in truth." A true Christian does not lie and does not associate with lies, but seeks after truth in all aspects of life. If we live with a little lie now, then it is much easier to live with a worse lie later. God is emphatic on this point: A liar will not enter the Kingdom of God (Revelation 21:7-8).

Martin G. Collins
Pagan Holidays



Revelation 22:14-15

God's law will still be in effect once His Kingdom is established. Even after the Millennium, when New Jerusalem comes down, no lawbreaker will be allowed in the city. In Revelation 22, the last chapter of the Bible, obedience to God's law is the central issue. This is very clear proof that the law of God, which reflects the holy conduct of the Almighty, will be the standard for all eternity!

Martin G. Collins
The Ten Commandments




Other Forerunner Commentary entries containing Revelation 22:14:

Genesis 3:5
Matthew :
Matthew 24:11-12
Romans :
Galatians 3:19
2 Peter :
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1 John :
1 John :
1 John :
2 John :
Jude :
Revelation 3:8

 

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