Hallelujah For The Beast Is Gone

Hallelujah, for the beast is gone! Many in heaven were shouting "Hallelujah" at the beginning of this chapter. John hears a great large crowd shouting and he says the sound was so loud that it sounded like a "great roar." Three separate times, people shouted "Hallelujah!" After each "Hallelujah," there is an explanation and details... Continue Reading →

Woe To You Great City

Several verses in Revelation chapter 18 focus on the political and economic collapse of Babylon. When Babylon starts falling, the merchants "weep and mourn" because Babylon is no longer buying her "rich" or luxurious items that they sold to her. Our country is going through inflation right now and most people are hurting in one... Continue Reading →

Finding Another Love

First Love by Chris Tomlin I can't help but wonder as I study the book of Revelation and the example of Babylon how much this represents, not only sin throughout history, but in our culture now. Babylon, throughout scripture represents and is a symbolic of a permeating worldview filled with wickedness. It seems that the... Continue Reading →

Two More Angels Blow Their Trumpets

So far, four angels have blown their trumpets. We have three more to look at. Let's see what we can learn from what happens when two more angels blow their trumpets. Characteristics of When The Fifth Angel Blows Their Trumpet A star falls from the sky to the earthThe star is given the key to... Continue Reading →

Where Is The Seventh Seal?

Chapter 7 You may wonder, where is the Seventh Seal? This has not been opened yet. While we wait, other events take place before this seal is opened. Event 7 John then saw 4 angels, standing at 4 corners of the earth, to prevent 4 winds from blowing on land, sea or any tree. 2 Then... Continue Reading →

Do Not Be Afraid!

Forever by Kari Jobe (Majestic Album) At His birth and His death, people close to Him were told " Do not be afraid!" "After the Sabbath, at dawn on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to look at the tomb.There was a violent earthquake, for an angel of the Lord... Continue Reading →

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