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I stood upon the sand of the sea and saw, behold a red wave coming toward me. Then a Great Red Dragon came up out of the sea. I was told that the red wave was a good thing, but I was deceived. Then I turned around and behold, a two horned beast came up out of the earth. One of it’s horns spoke with the woman which rode the red dragon beast and fornicated with her, then it spoke like a dragon too. The other horn simply looked on like a helpless lamb. Continue reading News Current Events, Horae 001 →
Prophecy Reality Worldview Weekly
I stood upon the sand of the sea and saw, behold a red wave coming toward me. Then a Great Red Dragon came up out of the sea. I was told that the red wave was a good thing, but I was deceived. Then I turned around and behold, a two horned beast came up out of the earth. One of it’s horns spoke with the woman which rode the red dragon beast and fornicated with her, then it spoke like a dragon too. The other horn simply looked on like a helpless lamb. Continue reading Real Red Wave and the Oxymoron Church →
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Worldview Weekly, News – Millennium Revisited, an Amil Recants!
Tom Schreiner on Leaving Amil video
Quite the admission coming from an Amil with expressed separation anxiety:
@1:47 “Amil saying the coming to life in chapter 20 verse 4 uh means coming to life, uh well the main view now is in the intermediate state. I just don’t think that’s very convincing in terms of what the resurrection is, and that the that Satan being put thrown into the abyss and with the chain refers to what happened at the cross. I think that’s possible, but i think it’s less likely. So i think that’s the problem with the amil view”
Two steps closer to the truth!
“It is the duty of every true Christian, especially the Amillennial proponent and teacher, to attempt to first harmonize all of the texts that they instead conjecture for its overthrow, with Revelation 20. The plain reading of the word of God presents the gospel to the saving of the soul. Likewise, the plain reading of the Revelation 20 text is in complete harmony with the whole word of God. Those things plainly laid out for the thousand-year era of Jesus’ bodily reign are no more outrageous or any less dramatic than everything that has happened since the beginning of His creation. To me, the rejection of the Messiah, in the described era, with resurrected saints, at the same time mortals are living to consider the gospel, and dying, then a closing rebellion to expose the rebel hearts, is much the same as the Jews who rejected a suffering Messiah, rising from the dead, to build a church in a sinful world, with strife, suffering, and persecution for two thousand years. Is the one prospect really less acceptable than the other? Are we wiser than Him?”
The General Titus was the son of the emperor, so a prince, and later succeeded his father as emperor of Rome. The prophecy “after the threescore and two weeks” uses the noun phrase “the people of the prince that shall come”(Dan.9). Exactly predicting that it would not be the prince (Titus), but his people that would be responsible for the actual destruction of the Jewish Temple.
“While famine continued thus to spread its destructive rage through the city, the Romans, after many ineffectual attempts, at length succeeded in demolishing part of the inner wall, possessed themselves of the great tower of Antonia, and advanced towards the temple, which Titus, in a council of war, had determined to preserve as an ornament to the empire, and as a monument of his success; but the Almighty had determined otherwise; for now, in the revolution of ages, was arrived that fatal day, emphatically called a “day of vengeance,” on which the temple had formerly been destroyed by the king of Babylon. A Roman soldier, urged, as he declaimed, by a divine impulse, regardless of the command of Titus climbed on the shoulders of another, and threw a flaming brand into the golden window of the temple, which instantly set the building on fire. The Jews, anxious above all things to save that sacred edifice, in which they superstitiously trusted for security, with a dreadful outcry, rushed in to extinguish the flames. Continue reading The People of the Prince that shall Come →