Michael Colunga (19 Apr 2011)
"To:  Paul Wilson--"looking for verses""

Hello, John and Doves,
Brother Paul, if you want to start, continue, and finish a fruitful study on the Millennium, may I suggest four sources as a start:
1.    Go to your friendly neighborhood Bible book store and look at the demo study bibles.  Maybe a study bible like the John MacArthur Study Bible or Ryrie Study Bible will have a few good verses in an appendix.
2.    Try a reference bible like the Scofield Reference Bible that will send you in many directions to investigate each verse.  You'll find some word references, as well as verse references.
3.    Try either the Open Bible, with Cyclopedic Index, or the famous Thompson Chain Reference Bible.
4.    Try the Naves' Topical Bible, a compendium of many bible topics, with some verses listed in full.
Remember, there are seldom any shortcuts to wisdom, for it is written,
    "[It is] the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings [is] to search out a matter."
                                                                                    Proverbs 25:2
You are embarking on a learning adventure.  May you be mindful that,
    "The fear 3374 of the LORD 3068 [is] the beginning 8462 of wisdom 2451: and the knowledge 1847 of the holy 6918 [is] understanding 998."  Proverbs 9:10
    "Whoso loveth 157 instruction 4148 loveth 157 knowledge 1847: but he that hateth 8130 reproof 8433 [is] brutish 1198."  Proverbs 12:1
Remember that people can be helpful, too:
    "And I will give 5414 you pastors 7462 according to mine heart 3820, which shall feed 7462 you with knowledge 1844 and understanding 7919."  Jeremiah 3:15
It is interesting to note that you are seeking knowledge, Brother Paul, and yet it is written of that time
which you wish to study, that,
    "...[T]he earth shall be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the LORD, as the waters cover the sea."  Habakkuk 2:4
The bottom line is this, Brother Paul.  If you wish to wish to make your own study on a shoe string budget, make your own list of ideals of the Millennial Kingdom.
Where to start for that list?  How about the Sermon on the Mount [Matthew, chapter 5]?
Then, make a word study using a used Strong's Concordance, or Cruden's Compact Concordance.
For basic concepts, using a King James Version based concordance is no problem, since the words are basically the same, except for charity (for love), et cetera.
I have prayed for you, brother,
    "That the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give unto you the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of him:
    "The eyes of your understanding being enlightened; that ye may know what is the hope of his calling, and what the riches of the glory of his inheritance in the saints...."
                                                                                                                                    Ephesians 1:17-18
In HaShem,
Mike C.
Paul Wilson (16 Apr 2011)
"looking for verses"

Does anyone know a site where I can find a list of all, or most at least, of the verses pertaining to the MK????? Or does someone here have a list of them???