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Bible Prophecy

  • Introduction to Revelation

    Introduction to Revelation Even though the books of Daniel and Revelation were written about 600 years apart, they tell one story, use the same architecture, and overlap each other. Many people do not realize that the prophecies in Revelation are based on facts established in the book of Daniel. This oversight has produced confusion because

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  • Prophecy 6 – The Six Seals

    The Six Seals – Revelation 4:1-6:17 Beginning Point in Time: 1798 Ending Point in Time: Second Coming of Jesus Summary: This prophecy focuses on a very important book. Before Jesus created any life, the Father wrote a book and He sealed it up with seven seals so that no one, not even the Son or

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  • Prophecy 7 – The 144,000

    The 144,000 – Revelation 7:1-8:1 Beginning Point in Time: 1994 (See Appendix A for a discussion on 1994 Ending Point in Time: End of the 1,000 years Summary: This prophecy introduces the selection and empowerment of 144,000 prophets. Jesus will speak to the world through the lips of His servants during the Great Tribulation. Empowered

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  • Prophecy 8 – The Six Trumpets of Revelation

    The Six Trumpets – Revelation 8:2 – 9:21 Beginning Point in Time: 1994 Ending Point in Time: The 1,260th day of the Great Tribulation Summary: This prophecy begins with seven angels receiving seven trumpets. Afterwards, a special service takes place in Heaven. This service marks the end of God’s patience with mankind. Because many events

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  • Prophecy 9 – The Two Witnesses

    The Two Witnesses – Revelation 10:1-11:19 Beginning Point in Time: A few days before the censer in Revelation 8:5 is cast down. Ending Point in Time: The 1,265th day of the Great Tribulation Summary: God will empower His Two Witnesses for 1,260 days at the end of Earth’s history. Their work is vital during the

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