The Voice of Elijah® Newsletter
April 2009 Issue
Some Things Burn; Some Things Don’t
In this article, the author explains why he translates
the Greek noun aion (aeon) as “age” and the
Greek adjective aionos as “burning” rather
The purpose of this column is to explain various
weather-related parabolic images that relate
to the Last Days and the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
The “forecast” in this edition reminds Believers
that God's Judgment will begin with them.
Questions & Answers
The first Answer explains some of the parabolic
imagery related to Jacob dividing the promise
into 12 parts. The second responds to a question
regarding the Hebrew idioms “give a seed” and “make a
name.” In his response, the author provides his own
translation of Genesis 37:1—46:7, to explains things
about idioms in general.