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Anonymous 09/13/2022 (Tue) 07:56:10 ID: c9d795 No.17910
I believe revelations will happen in our lifetimes. Get ready to die for Christ.
>>17910 They're just re-enacting Genesis 47 and Exodus OP.
>>17910 >No source for book. Come on.
>>17937 Regardless of the source you know deep down that's what they're planning
capitalism not even once
>>17940 If everything was profit driven we'd live in a free market economy.
>>17944 Nah this is a free market economy. But it doesn't matter. I don't worship mammon I worship Jesus and he's coming back. Don't get chipped.
>>17938 Read Genesis 47.
>>17910 >t. protestant
>>17938 You need real, irrefutable evidence or you can never know for certain if your subjective mindset is in tune with objective reality.
>>18050 >the name of the star is Wormwood. A third of the waters turned bitter, and many people died from the waters that had become bitter. Revelation will start this decade. Starting with the forse horsemen. War, murder, starvation and death. In that order.
>>18003 Leave it to a papist to get triggered by the book that exposes his gay pedo cult.
I made a video stating my case 2 billion people will perish by the end of this decade or your money back https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zuLh2aNlJkk
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>>18189 *clicks and watches the video* ... >climate change
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>>18189 >or your money back Yeah, I won't hold my breath waiting for that refund.
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I've heard some theories that what was prophesied in Revelation already happened, that some scholars consider it to be the destruction of the second temple or the fall of Rome, which at the time was seen as the destruction of the then-civilized world, either that of the Jews or the world at large. However by that assumption it would mean that salvation has already come and gone and we're all living some kind of post-game nightmare with no hope, something I have a hard time believing. Is there any kind of merit to this? Personally I think that Revelation is so vague that you can apply what it says to anything that has happened in the world and be "right" to a degree, but we'll never truly know until after we're gone.
>>18218 Some of Revelation has already past, atleast that's what I've deduced, but the notion that the entirety of Revelation has already occured is stupid at best and heretical at worst.
>>18218 Real redpill: Revelation happened, Revelation is happening, Revelation will happen. This is Biblical. Daniel has a prophecy about the 'abomination of desolation' in Daniel 9. Daniel 9 is simultaneously a prophecy for events surrounding Antiochus Epiphanes and Judas Maccabeus in 2 Maccabees, and in this time there is an abomination of desolation, an end to sacrifice, foreign armies, murder of the high priest / anointed one, but the exact same thing happens in 70AD - Jesus evokes Daniel 9 to warn of what is going to happen to Jerusalem. Thus what was foretold by Daniel was fulfilled before Christ, and fulfilled again after Christ, and the principle of the abomination of desolation will again be fulfilled in the end times, when the Antichrist enters the Third Temple built by the Jews. Revelation works the same way. The entire book lays out the entire course of history for the Church. The saints reign in heaven, entreating God, and God rules on his throne, continuously worshiped and glorified by the angels and heavenly powers. Meanwhile the worldly powers persecute, kill, and oppress Christians, until this reaches a high point with the Antichrist and his minions. Nero was an antichrist. Many of the Roman emperors were antichrists. But they were not THE antichrist. Just as the prophets were prefigurations of Christ, so the antichrists of history are mere shadows of the reality of the Antichrist that will be revealed in the last days.
>>18231 Good post, God bless.
>anons cover all 4 schools of interpretation on Revelation coincidentally as I find a video about them https://invidious.snopyta.org/watch?v=7dQugE2-lko >>18162 >futurist >>18218 >describes preterism >>18222 >historicist >>18231 >idealist
>>18231 Why Jewish temple? Since the Old covenant has be fulfilled it would have to be a Christian temple wouldn't it? So either the Antichrist usurps the Papacy or it would have to be the 'spirit' of antichrist usurping Christian churches.
>>18236 Nostradamus predictions align with my theories and that the third and last antichrist will show up in our lifetimes. Mabus. https://youtu.be/fv0nbowwOC4
>>18162 >2029 >By 2030, you'll own nothing and be happy. I refuse to believe this is a coincidence
>>18237 From our perspective as Christians, the physical temple in Jerusalem is superfluous. There is a reason why God allowed it to be destroyed, to show that the Old Covenant had been superseded and that God was angry at the Jews for rejecting the Messiah. There are three main interpretations I'm aware of for the end-times temple. The temple could be our body, because our bodies are meant to be temples of the Spirit. The antichrist sitting in the temple and declaring himself God could be some sort of final mutation of the satanic spirit of modernity hitting an apex. The mark of the beast could be referring to thoughts (forehead) and deeds (arm). Traditional patristic interpretations seem to indicate that the Antichrist will be a Jew from the tribe of Dan, though, and that the Jews will believe that this individual is the real Messiah. A physical third temple comes into play quite easily here. It wouldn't be a Christian temple, it would be a false antichrist temple. The third interpretation I've heard is that the temple could refer to the Church. That would seem to imply that the gates of hell would prevail against it though, so I am not as much in favor.
>thousands of years of worshipping fictional skydaddies I wonder if in the future people will use "you can't prove Superman and The Avengers aren't real!" as an argument.
>>17910 I have had visions of there being many martyrs in America over this past year and a half. I hope it is not true, but given that our persecutors hate anyone who upholds the Faith, I fear that those who submit to them will never know God.

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