Have you ever wondered why Jesus turned the water into wine? He and his mum were celebrating a local wedding party… and a party it was, especially as all the wine was consumed. With no alcohol left, Mary seemingly coerces her son to turn the clay-urns (that were filled with water) into wine. The party was back on, and everyone hailed that this wine was the best they had ever ever ever tried (John 2:1-10). Analogy principle: every wedding should have a Jesus to make sure the grog is flowing….!?? No, not really… so let’s unpack this:
We are taught that there is an Arch-Angel called Michael… who, being a mighty warrior, is one of the Seven Arch-angels of God within the military division of Heaven, and has battled with the likes of Lucifer and his demons. Yes, this character has shaped many a sermon as well as several blockbuster Hollywood movies. However, I have particular views on angelic theology that goes against the grain of modern day Christianity... where I smell a similar ‘Luciferian doctrine’ (please refer to previous blogs). Consequently, I found something quite unexpected:
I was invited by a friend to come and hear a ‘guest speaker’ visiting our local town, where that evening he’ll be conversing on the subject of eschatology, and would be focusing on the Book of Daniel. Naturally, I was intrigued and did some background research on this scholar’s podcast from the Church he was attending… only to become disappointed as he advocated ‘Interpretation Six’ of the Daniel 9 Prophecy.