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A nuclear arms pact with Iran; Muslims slaughtering innocents, especially Christians, throughout the Middle East and Africa; terrorists spreading their evil throughout civilized society, Islamic radicals spreading fear wherever they appear: these are many of the things taking place today. Many in our civilized and humane world don’t understand why and how these horrific events could happen. As amazing as it might seem to people not familiar with the Bible, all these events are clearly detailed and finitely explained in the Bible, particularly in the Book of Revelation.
Most are not aware that those letters to the Seven Churches in Asia, specifically mentioned in Revelation, are not just to the Seven Churches. In fact, those letters serve two purposes. First, those letters are to all churches, then and now; more importantly for now. Second, those letters are the table of contents for the remaining parts of Revelation. They introduce the main parts that will be discussed in Revelation. Then, as each chapter advances the information is expanded to offer more finite details.
For example, the first letter to Ephesus says that two main concerns will be discussed in the following chapters. First are things regarding the Nicolaitanes; described as fornicators who will tarnish the end times when accepted as normal by society. Second, is to beware of false apostles who are not truthful. Later, coded words suggest this refers to Mohammed. The letter to Smyrna repeats this warning, only to beware of those who claim to be Jews, but are not. Again, this incorporates Mohammad and the total of Islam. Islam claims to be descended from Ishmael; which is false.
Then the letter to Pergamos mentions Balac and Balaam. By interpreting this further in the Bible, this is coded as eating food sacrificed to idols; again a Muslim activity. The letter to Thyatira lists three things pointing to Islam. First is a prophetess named Jezebel who will teach and seduce followers to fornication and to eat food sacrificed to idols. The prophetess is later interpreted to be a prophet; again pointing to Mohammed. In the letter to Sardis he cautions again about listening to those who claim to be Jews, but are not. Again, saying that the greatest peril faced at the end times are the perils created by the beast.
Revelation explains that this great end times battle, the Battle of Armageddon, will be fought by two women. One is decoded and identified in Chapter 12 as being protected for awhile by ‘two wings of a great eagle.’ This woman is clearly revealed as Christianity. The other woman is decoded in Chapter 17 as being drunken with the blood of the saints and from the blood of the martyrs of Jesus. This description can be for none other than the Islamic religion.
The main admonition to all the churches and throughout the whole of Revelation is to listen to what’s taking place, ‘He that hath an ear,’ and be prepared for the great tribulation. This book also decodes Revelation to explain what happens during and after the Battle of Armageddon.