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By Anthony C. Garland

A observation at the ebook of Revelation - quantity 2
The writer provides an in depth examine of the ebook of Revelation emphasizing prophetic issues from the remainder of the Bible which locate their success in Revelation. to appreciate this debatable ebook, the writer explores the numerous connections among the visions noticeable by way of the Apostle John and former prophetic revelation given to outdated testomony prophets resembling Daniel, Ezekiel, and others. it's the author's conviction that an realizing of comparable passages somewhere else within the Bible is crucial key to unlocking the bewildering number of interpretations which frequently accompany the examine of the final publication of the Bible. The observation is associated with a unfastened significant other net path delivering an extra 70 hours of audio guideline associated with virtually 1,000 slides.
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5:30-31), but the city of Babylon has never been destroyed as predicted by the far-future aspects of Isaiah’s and Jeremiah’s prophecies. 2]. She is to be judged because she has corrupted the earth with her fornication and shed the blood of God’s servants (Rev. 17:6; 19:2). the great harlot She is “great” in the sense of having a dominant role in spiritual idolatry throughout history. In her is found the origin of all other “daughter harlots” (Rev. 17:5), for she predated them and begot (influenced) them.

62 MacArthur, Revelation 12-22 : The MacArthur New Testament Commentary, Rev. 16:19. 63 Morris, The Revelation Record, Rev. 16:19. 64 Barnhouse, Revelation, 308. 9] prevails. 66 Barnhouse, Revelation, 308-309. 67 Barnhouse, Revelation, 309. 68 Unger, Unger's Commentary on the Old Testament, Jer. 4:23. 69 Either Isaiah saw the regeneration prior to the Millennium, or the text of Isaiah 65 is not strictly sequential—a characteristic not unknown in prophetic passages. 70 Concerning hailstones from God: Ex.

11:8) and of the heavenly Jerusalem (Rev. 21:10). The division into three parts would more naturally speak of Jerusalem, for we know that the Mount of Olives will divide in two when Messiah returns (Zec. 14:4). 60 “First of all, the effects of the earthquake upon the great city, Jerusalem, are seen. It is not mentioned by name, but it is so clearly distinguished from ‘the cities of the nations,’ that there can be no doubt. ”61 The destruction which is prophesied for Babylon is far more severe than a mere division into three parts, but involves an overwhelming devastation resulting in her complete unfitness for further habitation.

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