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The parable of the fig tree refers to the season in witch the Antichrist appears, he appears at the beginning of the season. When the figs are ripe Christ returns. The Generation he speaks of, started in 1948 with the mass migration of Jewish people to Israel after WWII. According to God no Generation will pass 120 years. John wrote a second letter to the ...


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Yes. https://www.nehemiaswall.com/yom-teruah-day-shouting-became-rosh-hashanah. Jesus told His disciples at Jacob's Well "Do you not say, 'There are still four months and then comes the harvest'?" John 5:35 I suggest that Jesus was saying believing gentile Samaritans are "born again" John 3:3 and "already white for harvest." ...


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Practically every small detail in this little narrative of humble beginnings has a reference to something else, and generally something much greater. And the details are interconnected, so we will deal with them in a single long answer. (1) The prophecy of Joseph’s name, He Will Add. Rachel’s midwife said, “Fear not; thou shalt have this son also.” (Gen 35:...


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Daniel 7 records a vision given the prophet Daniel in highly symbolic terms. we readily see this from the what is recorded: a beast like a lion with eagle's wings which stands on two feet beast like a bear coming from the sea leopard with four wings and four heads a non-descript beast with iron teeth with 10 horns and another "little horn" that ...


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The Humanization of G'd, how does it happen, is He a Person? Jesus' own words give us the answer when he said "God is a Spirit". (John 4:24) As you mentioned, we are created in his image and so we could say that Jehovah God is a "spiritual" person since we have, as persons, gained his qualities. Consider too that the Almighty resides in a ...


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As pointed out in a comment to you, below your question, there is another very similar question that has received very many answers. Combined with the three accepted answers so far, this only serves to show the futility of asking such a question, good though it is, important though it is! The problem is that people give their personal interpretations of the ...


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In addition to the answer given by Ylzm Ma, allow me to present a few insights I have gleaned from the 1998 publication ‘The Revelation of Jesus Christ’ by John Metcalfe. The adversaries and enemies of God and His Anointed are revealed and unmasked in the previous parallel openings, although Babylon has only the briefest of mentions. The sixth opening ...


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Introduction Although elements of the explanation unpacked in your question detail are popular amongst certain denominations and schools of thought, I don’t believe this view is supported by the context and structure of the prophecy containing this vision, namely the unsealed scroll prophecy, starting at ch 10. If you will indulge me in a rather long (albeit ...


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The Bride of Christ who whored herself as prophesised in Hosea. It is foreshadowed in ancient Israel, and in the Holocaust. And it will come to the churches who fall short, shortly. The key to her identification in the world is the following: Then the angel said to me, “The waters you saw, where the prostitute was seated, are peoples and multitudes and ...


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Immanuel was not a real child for a real virgin. Immanuel was a metaphoric name for a child which symbolised the wonderful future for Zion. It meant that God "would be with Zion", (would be with us) and there is no reason for Ahaz to fear his enemies. Zion was symbolised by a virgin or a young girl. It appears it was a habit for prophets to use the ...


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Q: Who are the elect? A: Followers of Christ. Those who believe the gospel message. Q: Why were they scattered? A: Because the gospel is preached to the whole world before the end comes. Q: To where were they scattered? A: The ends of the earth. Every tribe and nation. Q: When are they gathered? A: When the Son of Man comes on the clouds of heaven. Q: To ...


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The key to understanding Num 11:29 is actually V27 and the way the verb נָבָא (naba = to prophesy) is used. Num 11:25-27 - people prophesied when the Holy Spirit came upon them 1 Sam 10:5, 6, 10, 11, 13 - people prophesied when the Holy Spirit came upon them 1 Sam 18:10, 19:20, 21, 23, 25 - Saul prophesied (against his will) to stop him killing David when ...


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Where will this kingdom be situated geographically speaking? In the heavens or on earth? New or old? Geography has to do with places on earth. Cosmology has to do with places in the universe. God's sovereignty is over everything in heaven and on earth. Our Sovereign is King of all Creation, and his kingdom rule is over all Creation. When it comes to pass, as ...


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The kingdom of God is not a political geographical location drawn by arbitrary lines of men. "20 And when he was demanded of the Pharisees, when the kingdom of God should come, he answered them and said, The kingdom of God cometh not with observation: 21 Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you."...


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