Historical Dates Identified Within Revelation

Revelation is a spiritual book, and because of this it is timeless. It deals with spiritual conditions that exist within every age of time. But additionally, Revelation explains that there will be a completion of the full revelation, including an explanation of historical time placement, that God wants mankind to have, in the final days.... Continue Reading →

The Millennial Reign in Revelation Chapter 20

The religious modern way of interpreting Revelation chapter 20’s depiction of a 1,000 year reign has been titled many times “the Millennial Reign”. This depiction has had a couple forms, but most of these portray this “millennial reign” as an earthly kingdom of Jesus Christ upon the earth, after the “rapture” of the saints and... Continue Reading →

Revelation Chapter 20 – Setting the Gospel History Record Straight

Let us first briefly set the context straight for Revelation chapter 20: First, earlier in Revelation chapter 12, Paganism, in the form of a red dragon representing the open Pagan religions under the Roman empire, is shown persecuting the church. Next, the Roman Catholic beast is shown in Revelation 13, also persecuting Christians. Then after... Continue Reading →

Doctrine of Balaam – Placing Stumbling Blocks in the Way

"But I have a few things against thee, because thou hast there them that hold the doctrine of Balaam, who taught Balac to cast a stumblingblock before the children of Israel, to eat things sacrificed unto idols, and to commit fornication." (Revelation 2:14) In spite of those who like faithful Antipas "holdest fast my name,... Continue Reading →

Jesus the Bright and Shining Light, the Sun of Righteousness

"And he had in his right hand seven stars: and out of his mouth went a sharp twoedged sword: and his countenance was as the sun shineth in his strength." (Revelations 1:16) The seven stars represent the ministry responsible for delivering Christ's revelation message to the seven churches; as plainly stated by Christ himself a... Continue Reading →

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