Bible Interpretation

Interpret This With Rev. Ed

Have you ever wondered how a specific Bible verse might be interpreted metaphysically? Interpret This provides greater insight into the hidden meanings of the Bible. Use the search features below to find a verse. If the verse you are looking for is not available, click here to request an interpretation

Mark 14:32-36

Mark's narrative of Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane on the evening before his crucifixion is shorter than Matthew's or Luke's, but the message, I think, is the same.

Revelation 21:4

The overall purpose of the Revelation to John is to describe the challenges we will face in the process of expanding into the higher dimension of consciousness that Jesus calls 'the kingdom of heaven.' Chapter 21 describes what awaits us at the en

Psalm 34:19

This important message, expressed in many different ways, can be found throughout both testaments of the Bible. It would seem to our mortal mind that if we live a life that is 'righteous,' our reward should be a life free from afflictions.

2 Peter 1:19-20

This brief letter had two purposes: to bolster a wavering faith in the Second Coming, and to warn against false teachers. In this passage he is discussing how Jesus' followers should live their lives until the time of the Second Coming.

1 John 5:6

Although 1 John is traditionally linked with other New Testament letters, it is really a theological treatise, or perhaps a sermon. In its ideas, style, and vocabulary, it is closely linked with the author of the Gospel of John.

Jeremiah 17:5-8

Jeremiah, like Isaiah, lived and wrote both before and after Judah was conquered by Babylon and its citizens exiled to Babylon (although it seems that Jeremiah himself ended up in Egypt). Like all prophets, he was not predicting the future.