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My two witnesses. Revelation 11:3-12


If you were to ask, I would tell you that my favorite biblical character is the prophet Samuel. Like Elijah, this man did it all. Because of Israel’s pleas for God’s help Samuel prayed and the Lord sent lightning strikes, … Continue reading

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It seems that there is a massive pause. Rev 11:1-4


So, here we are, beginning to read Revelation chapter 11. It seems like just minutes ago that we read Revelation 10:6-7 NASB and swore by Him who lives forever and ever, WHO CREATED HEAVEN AND THE THINGS IN IT, AND THE EARTH … Continue reading

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The two witnesses of Revelation 11


Recently I sat through a “teaching” on Revelation 11, and everything pastor spoke about was a type or symbol of something else, primarily the Church. He even defined the two witnesses as the church and told us how their death … Continue reading

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