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The answer rhetorician gave is outstanding. I'd like to add one more point that scripture explicitly states about the millenial reign of Christ on earth: the earth will be at rest. Now, the implications are profound, among them rhetorician's point. Here's another implication: all of those in the second resurrection will experience a sharp contrast (to put ...


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Starting with v11, this is the rider on the White Horse of Revelation 19. This is clearly Jesus, in His glorified state, doing warfare on the Earth. A primary breakdown of the basic level of symbolism could be expressed as follows: The rider is clearly Jesus. His White Horse would symbolize victory and triumph, as well as purity and righteousness (based ...


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Can anyone interpret Revelation 19:12-16 for me? Revelation 19:11-16 And I saw heaven opened, and behold a white horse; and he that sat upon him was called Faithful and True, and in righteousness he doth judge and make war. His eyes were as a flame of fire, and on his head were many crowns; and he had a name written, that no man knew, but he ...


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From the note below, it is the depiction of Christ as the glorious victor. The Navarre Bible New Testament Compact Edition note on Rev 19:11-21 has: The prophetical account of the fall of Rome, given in the form of a proclamation, is followed by a description of Christ endowed with power (vv. 11-16) to conquer permanently and decisively the forces ...


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According to Smith's Bible dictionary: Wormwood. Four kinds of wormwood are found in Palestine -- Artemisia nilotica, Artemisia Judaica, Artemisia fructicosa and Artemisia cinerea. The word occurs frequently in the Bible, and generally in a metaphorical sense. In Jer_9:15; Jer_23:15; Lam_3:15; Lam_3:19, wormwood is symbolical of bitter calamity and ...


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Wormwood is an angel/star from the book of Revelation. The name wormwood is a pun on a Hebrew saying: the name means curse or cursed (and can arguably be traced back to a bitter-tasting plant) and so Wormwood enacts curses in the book of Revelation however, where this occurs in the Old Testament it is almost certainly referring to a curse or to a "cursed" ...


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Nobody has mentioned the true Olive tree; the Jews. God did not assimilate the original people of His heart into the Gentile Bride. According to Revelation symbolism, much of which typifies The Jews, the Millenial reign will be the climax of their jealousy. Believers are given the mandate to stir them to jealousy and a desire for the Messiah they ...



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