The Curse on Women

Revelation chapter 12 includes a fascinating description of an event in the heavens. Is it real, or is it a metaphor for something? Is it a prophecy about the future, or is it a historical event?


The idea of Christ being begotten in an act of conception is carried forward with the analogy of the labor of childbirth. As such, the Son was brought forth as if a baby was being born.


Molech, Milcom or Malkam, was the god of the Ammonites to whom they offered new born babies as burnt offerings. In case you weren't sure, who gives any of his descendants to Molech, means destroying babies.

Striving in the Womb

If you've ever raised children from babies you will know that, even though they may not know right from wrong or their left hand from their right, they can still be evil, deceitful, manipulative and selfish.

I Shall Go to Him

Looking out across the molten core of the earth from a place in the lower mantle

David says, " I shall go to him, but he shall not return to me." This is taken to mean that David will one day go to heaven to be with the child, whereas the child, in heaven, can't return to the Earth.

Labor Pains

We (that's me and the Holy spirit) only know what we've been told, but everything that we've been told has been given us for a reason. We may ask: what does a prophetic vision of a war in heaven have to do with events on the Earth?