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

Haggai 1:2-11

Haggai was writing in the year 520 BCE. The Israelites had been freed from Babylon by Cyrus the Great nearly 20 years earlier. They had returned to their homeland in and around Jerusalem. However, they had not yet rebuilt the temple.

Psalm 91:3

This entire psalm is an assurance that those who will recognize their indwelling Lord as their Source for all of life will be protected from earthly challenges.

1 Samuel 1:1-4

I really don't see any deep significance to these verses, which begin the story of Samuel, who is to become the judge and true ruler of Israel—a central figure in the reigns of Saul and David.

Acts 20

I'm not going to print out the entire chapter here; it's rather long. Since this is for Bible study at your church, I'm sure you're familiar with it.

Proverbs 13:24

It does, indeed, seem unloving if we understand 'the rod' to be a form of harsh punishment. Here the 'rod' is a symbol, not of punishment, but of discipline. The implication is that it is not necessarily

Psalm 41

This is a very situational psalm, in that we know quite a bit about the condition that gave rise to the words. It is a prayer—an affirmation, really—for healing. It's underlying message is that God is the only Source we need, or can trust, in ever