Revelation 3:14-22


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“The one knocking on the door is the master of the house, returning at an unexpected hour, while the one who should open the door is the servant who has stayed awake. It is, then, Jesus’ house in the first place; our job is simply to welcome him home.”

–N.T. Wright, Revelation for Everyone

 


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