Posts Tagged ‘revelation’

 

A Word to Consider

editor 22 April 2017

By Rev Willem J.J. Glashouwer..

ASSYRIA
“…The sixth angel sounded his trumpet, and I heard a voice coming from the four horns of the golden altar that is before God. It said to the sixth angel who had the trumpet, “Release the four angels who are bound at the great river Euphrates.” And the four angels who had been kept ready for this very hour and day and month and year were released to kill a third of mankind. The number of the mounted troops was twice ten thousand times ten thousand [two hundred million]. I heard their number…” (Revelation 9:13-16). (more…)

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400 Silent Years? The Little Horn – The Anti-Christ (Part 12)

editor 16 July 2014

Lance Lambert.. If it is true that we are living in the last time, the Anti-Christ must soon appear! Have we any indication at all? The whole period from the Persian King Cambyses 530 BC to the Maccabees in 165 BC was predicted and foretold by Daniel. So detailed were his predictions that some could only believe that they were history written up under the guise of prophecy. (more…)

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The Lord Comes to Judge the Earth

editor 12 December 2013

By Dr Antal Mihály Nagy (Translated by Edina Farkas PhD).. Psalm 96 is a testimony of faith: both an encouragement and a call for responsibility. It reflects a very personal faith, similar to the Apostle Paul’s faith, in a revealing God: “I have faith in God that it will happen just as he told me” (Acts 27:25).[1] A testimony of faith to encourage God’s people, God’s children who have grown weary and weak in their faith, hope and obedience. This word of faith is also a warning for the whole world, all nations and every individual pointing out the responsibility of watchmen. (more…)

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Focus On The Future (Series 2, Episode 4)

Rev. Willem Glashouwer 5 March 2013

We are living in the final days of this phase of world history. And the Bible calls these days the last days. And the last hour of these last days will be characterized by the coming of a figure that the Bible calls the antichrist. The lawless one, the beast, as the apostle John speaks about him. There is something that is restraining him, holding him back, so that evil cannot fully come to the surface that not the powers of darkness can take over yet. So he cannot yet manifest himself. But one day he will. In Rev. 13:7 you can read that one day he will have full control over all the nations, the tribes, the languages of the world. What kind of an empire will the empire of antichrist be? What is the meaning of the word “antichrist”? (more…)

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Behold He comes…

Rev. Willem Glashouwer 6 November 2010

Revelation 1:1A Revelation of Jesus Christ… Revelation, apocalypse, means : unveiling. What was hidden, becomes visible. Jesus Christ is unveiled and made visible for everyone. That is what the last book in the Bible is about. It is over the return of Jesus Christ as Saviour, Judge and King.

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The Kingdom of God: on earth?

editor 13 July 2010

The book of Daniel chapter 2 tells us about a different kingdom that will be established on earth. Where will God Almighty establish his Kingdom? Will God do this with and for the Israelites, the Christians, other peoples? And what will be its purpose? (more…)

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The woman in revelation: a woman for real?

editor 25 June 2010

By Mrs A. vd Laan-Leito..There are many interpretations of the sign of the woman described in the book of Revelations 12 verse 1 to 17. When I put all these aside for a moment, I wonder. What if this woman is a woman? I mean a woman for real. It doesn’t say anywhere in the book of Revelations that she herself is a symbol of anything or anyone. (more…)

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We got caught!

Bart Repko 11 February 2010

In the prophetic book Revelation, the author John addresses 7 different congregations. The letter to Laodicea is remarkable (Revelation 3:14-21). In the original text, the word Laodicea is written in plural form instead of singular form. And to the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write… You can still find this in the Dutch Authorized Version. This is not a coincidence. (more…)

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Israel and the nations (part 2): judgement of humanism

Harald Eckert 12 January 2010

The nations wanted to prove that man, and not God, was the deciding factor. The autonomous mind. Humanism. The beginning of Humanism and the mindset of Humanism. This terrible attitude of Humanism strongly displayed their motivation for building the tower of Babel.(part 2) (more…)

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Who is this woman?

Rev. Willem Glashouwer 14 August 2009

By Rev. Willem J.J. Glashouwer, translated by Anna Magdas using King James Version. “And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her head a crown of twelve stars: And she being with child cried, travailing in birth, and pained to be delivered.” (Revelation 12:1-2) Who is this woman in Revelation 12? (more…)

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