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The Biblical basis for the belief that fire will fall from heaven during the end times For Christians that take some or all of Revelation literally, Revelation 20 covers the Battle of Armageddon and includes the following verse: They marched across the breadth of the earth and surrounded the camp of God’s people, the city he loves. But fire came down ...


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In the bible, dreams, prophecies and visions are almost always symbolic. The only way they can be understood is if the meaning of the symbols is explained. For example, when Pharaoh had his dream of the sheaves of wheat and the cows, he could not understand it until the interpretation was revealed to Joseph. Likewise King Nebuchadnezzar could not ...


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It seems to me the opinions of mature Christians on the subject of strange visions is that they are called visions precisely because they are the perception of things of a spiritual nature. In order to describe them, the seer is forced to limit them using words. Therefore, trying to 'picture' any of them in your mind's eye is useless as it not only provides ...


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There is another interpretation that is put forward by Ellis Skolfield (no relation to the author of the Scofield Bible). He is a Messianic Jew who holds to a form of historicism. In his view, the word for "thousand" is an indefinite plural, hence it means "thousands". He teaches that the millennial reign of Christ began either at the Cross or on the day of ...



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