The Literary Structure of Revelation 1:14-16
There is a beautiful chiasm in Revelation 1:14-16 that Victor M. Wilson points out in Divine Symmetries: The Art of Biblical Rhetoric.
When Did the Book of Daniel Happen?
As you read through the book of Daniel, it is sometimes difficult to know when each chapter is taking place. Here is a handy chart:
Solomon and His Servant | 1 Kings 11:11 | Literary Bits
Therefore the LORD said to Solomon, “Since this has been your practice and you have not kept my covenant and my statutes that I have commanded you, I will surely tear the kingdom from you and will give it to your servant. - 1 Kings 11:11
The Literary Structure of Daniel
This is the literary structure of Daniel adapted from Holbrook (The Seventy Weeks, Leviticus, and the Nature of Prophecy), Steinmann (Daniel), and Greidanus (Preaching Christ from Daniel):
The Meaning of the Book of Deuteronomy
The book of Deuteronomy is confusing for many. And this is because it seems to repeat a lot of the history of Israel that has already happened as well as many of the laws. I mean there’s another copy of the Ten Commandments and the title of the book itself means “second law”. But there are important differences between the first occurrence of these stories and law and the second. And when you understand the differences, you’ll understand the art and genius of Deuteronomy.