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THE GUARDIANS OF THE TRUTH – Who can interpret prophecy correct?

In the book of Revelation and the book of Daniel, we read about mythological beasts that come out of the sea, the earth and the bottomless pit. To many, the prophetic messages in these books, seem strange and makes little sense. Why did God give such seemingly unclear prophecies and what was the purpose of […]

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Revelation 1: Who God is addressing.

The apostle John sits as a prisoner at the island of Patmos when he receives a revelation of the future in symbolic figures or codes, he writes itdown and it’s called the book of Revelation.This was given God’s servants, they who had the commandments of Godand the faith of Jesus. They were not to walk […]

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Revelation 2-3: God’s showing the future of His people

John is then given an insight as to what would happen to the Jewish-Christian people until Christ second coming and the congregationsbiggest challenges along the way. Again He uses code language whichis very familiar for those who know the scripture and are acquaintedwith Gods value system in the past. He calls them the seventh churches […]

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Revelation 4-5: God’s people given insight because of Christ merits.

In Revelation chapter 4 and 5 we get an insight into what happens inheaven. In the book of Hebrews, we learn that Jesus is in a sanctuary, theone the earthly was a shadow of. Here we see a door opened and we seeGod’s throne. We learn that people who are saved from the earth have […]

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Revelation 6-7: New insight into the different time periods and the challenges God’s people would face.

In Revelation 6-7 we get a new insight of things that would take placefrom the time of John and until Christ returns. This time we get newinformation, and more details of the different time eras. Again we arepresented with the number seven just as it was seven churches, we nowhave seven seals. The history of […]

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Revelation 8-11: The fall of the Iron empire, pagan and papal.

Jesus chooses to go even deeper to expose what will happen. Again, justlike in the book of Daniel, Jesus goes back in time again to tell moreabout the time periods up until Christ second coming. Trumpets wereused to gather God’s people but it was also used to forewarn war. In thescenes, we are about to […]

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Revelation 10 – 11: A book opened, the two witnesses and the seventh trumpet.

Before the seventh trumpet sounds God adds information about thistime period. Revelation 10 and 11 gives additional information of thetime at the time of the Ottoman empire and until Christ second coming,about other things that concern God’s people. We are told that a book isopened. Which book is this? The only book we are previously […]

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Revelation 12-14: History of the Spiritual warfare against God’s people

Revelation 12 – Dragon and the woman Every historical line repeated in Revelation end up with Christ return.Now just like in the book of Daniel, this timeline starts all over againwith even more details in the next chapters. This time all the powers aredescribed as beasts and we will learn more about what is behind […]

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Revelation 14: 144 000, Last messages from heaven to the world and Christ second coming

In Revelation 14 we see the 144 000 again, a specially chosen people who are cleansed. We then are told that in this time, when the beasts areworking their deception, God will send three wide-spread messages tothe world before Christ return. These messages are to prepare people forHis coming. We are already told that 144 […]

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Revelation 15-16: God sends plagues over His enemies that are subduing His people.

We then reach chapter 15 and 16. God has just explained how thosewho worship the image and takes the mark will “drink of the wine of thewrath of God, which is poured out without mixture into the cup of hisindignation» (14:10) Now we are told what is in this cup, punishmentsthat God will send over […]

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Revelation 17-22: The corrupt churches are punished, God’s true church are saved.

Chapter 17 & 18 In chapter 17 and 18 we learn more about why the unfaithful church andall her daughters, other unfaithful churches, are judged so harshly. Wesee more symbols that help us identify the corrupt churches. The harlotrides the beast which explains how the corrupt church is the one thatuses governmental power to get […]

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