It is done!
Today was the last day of the reading of the whole Bible. The inspired Word of God. Day 66 of 66 from 77 days, eleven weeks with six reading days per week. It has been monumental, unforgettable, I already know that in time to come I will look back on this time with relish of the wonderful opportunity afforded to me to be able to complete this glorious task in such peace and solitude. That is so rare today. I thank you tremendously if you have been reading along in either part or full, though it matters not if none at this present stage.
So today’s reading was the full book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ. It is not the first time that I have read the whole bible in a condensed time. I live in constant hope and faith that it won’t be the last. The book builds and builds into the apocalyptic crescendo of Armageddon. It is the vision and reality of what is to come when Jesus returns as the King and the Judge!
It tells the complete ending of life as mankind has known it from the beginning, which is the first Adam to an indeterminable time possibly in the very front of us. It is here, in Revelation 1:8, where Jesus Christ the firstborn from the dead, the ruler over kings of the earth, to Him who loved us and washed us from our sins in His own blood, said;
“I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End,” said the Lord, “who is and who was and is to come, the Almighty.”
Jesus Christ the Beginning and the End, the Alpha and Omega, the First and the Last.” Hallelujah, to God be the glory forever and ever, Amen.
You see, God’s wisdom is immeasurable, He see’s the end from the beginning, and this mortal end is the end of sin, pain and suffering, and the beginning of eternity, that we may know Them.
For me this ending is now the start of a new beginning, a new chapter, this time has been of a greater deeper drawing closer to God than ever before, I cannot state this clearly or loudly enough that we should search the scriptures daily, prayerfully, individually, and meditate on the Word of God asking for our daily bread, teach me your ways O Lord, put all your trust in Him and He will direct your steps. Amen.
May the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you all. Amen.