The Ultimate Triumvirate | MG Blog

In his 2015 encyclical, Laudato Si’, Pope Francis dwelt extensively on the need to preserve the environment, in particular pointing to climate change as a problem that needed to be urgently addressed. He went on to link the problem to the human abuse of the environment by mostly market-driven capitalist countries.  In the same year … Continue reading The Ultimate Triumvirate | MG Blog

The Marriage of the Lamb | MG Blog

January 25th 1308, Edward II of England wedded with Isabella of France known infamously as the “she-wolf of France”. The couple is said to have been very ill-matched. Edward, tall and handsome, had little interest in war and fighting and often got criticized for being light-minded, extravagant and given to too much gambling and drinking. … Continue reading The Marriage of the Lamb | MG Blog

Revelation’s Two Women, Part 1 | MG Blog

In this two-part series we will look at the book of Revelation focusing in particular on chapters twelve (12) and seventeen (17).  The first principle we need to realize as we study the book of Revelation is that the book is written primarily in symbolic language. In other words the book uses figures and symbols … Continue reading Revelation’s Two Women, Part 1 | MG Blog

Dare To Be a Daniel | MG Blog

Daniel 6 shows us how the Princes of Medo-Persia plotted against Daniel and more importantly how God's people will be plotted against in the last days. “It pleased Darius to set over the kingdom an hundred and twenty princes, which should be over the whole kingdom.” Daniel 6:1 Daniel was greatly honored during kingdom of … Continue reading Dare To Be a Daniel | MG Blog