Thursday, 8 January 2009

Don't do as I do. Do as I say. Is Gods command.

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We will run through the Book of Revelation, and point out how close the archaeologists have come to describe “THE LAST DAYS.” It is almost as if like, the prophets in the Bible, they have been led by God to the place where the atrocities will start to point out how urgent it is that we are prepared to meet our maker and, that the danger is much closer than we think. The warnings given in the Bible did not prevent tragedies of the past taking place like nations being wiped out, the death of Jesus, wars around the world and the attempt to wipe out particular creeds by the satanic tyrants from the past and present. One of the commandments in Exodus Chapter twenty verse, thirteen says “thou shalt not kill” which was a command to the human races on earth but it obviously did not apply to God. The warnings were not meant to prevent the tragedies only, to prepare us for the certainly of them. At one time some religions feared the use of nuclear weapons, (by certain nations) would be the devastation described in Revelation, bringing about earth’s demise with nuclear explosions and fallout. Now we have realised, that the harnessed power under the earth’s crust millions, of times more powerful than all the nuclear bombs mankind can produce which, when released would spell the end of the world. This gives us more reason to believe the words in the Bible and take special note of Revelation. It is this, holocaust and not a few nuclear bombs we will have to worry about. Bearing in mind that we are also taking some references from an updated version of the New Testament, making Revelation easier to understand, we must also remember that all the versions have been translated from true facts written by the prophets when God and his crews were on the earth instructing them what to write.John begins this last Book by telling us, “this is a revelation from Jesus Christ which God gave him, concerning the events that will happen soon!” An Angel was sent to God’s servant John, so that he could share the revelation with God’s other servants. John faithfully reported the word of God and the testimony of Jesus Christ and everything he saw. Chapter one verse three “God blesses the one who reads this prophecy to the Church, and he blesses all who listens to and, obeys what it says.“For the time is near when these things will happen.” I am sure anyone who, would like to check the following chapters of Revelation as we go though them, pointing out the reasoning behind my theory of the Bible being, the story of actual beings from Heaven on earth can easily lay their hands on a copy and, given the facts in this book can compare them and make up their own minds on the subject.
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