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Offline John

Re: Book of Revelation interpretation
« Reply #8 on: June 23, 2018, 12:33:15 PM »

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Offline Sharky and George

Re: Book of Revelation interpretation
« Reply #9 on: June 24, 2018, 12:34:24 AM »
Completely accepted Bro.

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Offline Collin

Re: Book of Revelation interpretation
« Reply #10 on: July 02, 2018, 05:41:32 PM »
I should really be serving God but I am naughty and want an interesting debate about your interpretation of revelation lol.

I wish I was an A milleniumist (or however you write it) as the world only gets better from this point i.e. the perfect world is coming about and whatever we do now to help it goes towards that.
I like this as it gives me manna to do good things for God - see how much I can do to see how fast we can get a perfect heaven and earth.

Pre-mil: This gets me down as although a 1000 year reign of Christ would be lovely, the enemy comes back right at the end and that ruins my peace in the anticipated 1000 years to come.


Ok ok, Sharky you wont live for a 1000 years lol! True if 1000 years is literal, maybe it is metaphorical for a long period of time.
Remember how Charles Spurgeon would not touch Revelation with a 10 foot barge pole oook.



Been thinking recently that Revelation is actually a personal thing to every Christian's walk with God before they go to heaven. And I have been thinking about this as things have been so tough for me.



What do you think?

       There are some things I have discovered since the Lord started giving me the revelations he has and one thing is that when a revelation is given, soon after that, it happens. As a matter of fact, the revelation isn't given until it is ready to happen. It won't happen until that revelation is given so many think they understood the book John wrote for us, the book of revelation but it is not till now that it can be understood and some parts of it, I'm still waiting for God to disclose those things to me.
      So please, forget the part where people say I'm full of it or bragging and or lying. The Lord has given me almost all of the revelation of the whole Bible including John's book of revelation. I noticed that even simple revelations when they are given, some people just will not except and then those who belong to him will embrace it.  It's like Jesus said, people who belong to this world want the things of this world and the literal is of this world but people who belong to the kingdom of heaven will have ears to hear when they are told.
     The revelation of, the book of Revelation is now being given so it is near at hand or very soon to happen. If you want, I will give you some of those revelations Sharky and here on the debate part because it seems to me when I do give revelations that have been given me, it turns into a debate. That's not what I really want but it happens.
  Anyway Sharky, John says it right at the beginning, they are for his Bondservants. I take that to mean to all of us that serve him but don't yet understand and the revelation there given draw us to him and give us that which we need.
    Revelations are like gifts from God that strengthen us and give us authority over his people because they know we've been blessed
 by God to have this information. He makes us priest and gives us wisdom of the Angels to understand.

Offline Sharky and George

Re: Book of Revelation interpretation
« Reply #11 on: July 05, 2018, 11:15:48 PM »
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So please, forget the part where people say I'm full of it or bragging and or lying. The Lord has given me almost all of the revelation of the whole Bible including John's book of revelation. I noticed that even simple revelations when they are given, some people just will not except and then those who belong to him will embrace it.

Man, your revelations are important and special to you, don't let people take them away from you.
All I would say from my experience is that some of my revelations have been wrong e.g. I got well down at one point when sitting in my flat that when I went outside I saw some stoned dude with blood shot eyes and I thought he had the mark and that it was the end - well scary lol.
On the other hand, I had been thinking stuff in my flat about witnessing to people in a certain situation and then it actually occured days later - I did not engineer it either - so much invisible stuff going on, its amazing. What is unseen is eternal.



Tell me some of your revelations dude, I am interested.

Offline Collin

Re: Book of Revelation interpretation
« Reply #12 on: July 08, 2018, 04:19:52 PM »
      First, I believe a revelation to be the total understanding of a story and, or parts of that story in the bible that has heavenly meanings that we just never expected or neven got it. Like Jesus said, I am the light, or the door, or the truth. Not just that but all the Bible has a Godly understanding and when you learn a little and you think about it. Sometimes the revelation of what it means just hits you and you can see it was so simple but hidden from us and no way can we get it's understanding on our own. The disclosure of its hidden meaning, when it comes it is a revelation from God or everybody would already have the hidden meaning.
      So, I would seek out these things and ask him, like this, Lord, what do you mean you are the light. Now sometimes very close to that when I ask, as I read all of a sudden I see when they asked Jesus to explain something , now I see where he said, are you still so dull, so then I check the concordance and look up and bang. I get it. dull is you have little light and little understanding so dark is like no understanding and light is what that that make you see and understanding. Then wow, you don't see, your blind to that and Jesus heals the ling light opens the eyes. Now when you read it makes sense when Jesus would say something in a way you couldn't see. Then alight comes on in your head and you get it, I was blind but now I see, even that makes sense. I can hear what he is saying, then the deaf can hear. The revelation one thing leads to so many and on and on it goes. Evil lurks in the darkness and now I have light to lead me on my path, the Lord and his word is my light and the only way, he is the way, I see I hear, I understand and ye3s it never stops. To confirm what I am thinking I check the bible and see the same thing said by others in the bible like the prophets .

Offline Sharky and George

Re: Book of Revelation interpretation
« Reply #13 on: July 09, 2018, 12:08:06 AM »
That is spot on and they lock up free thinkers like us - the government (AKA grid or system).
The Lord said to me once "John you cannot beat the system, but John the system cannot beat me." Basicly means that you are safe in God's care.

Just like Jesus' parables:
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Sometimes the revelation of what it means just hits you and you can see it was so simple but hidden from us and no way can we get it's understanding on our own. The disclosure of its hidden meaning, when it comes it is a revelation from God or everybody would already have the hidden meaning.

Yep, and JC reveals it to us "wisdom is from God and from His lips comes knowledge and understanding - think that's Proverbs 2:6". 888 is hidden in the Word for righteousness and check this out - 777 is for God and mathematicians researched that the number 7 is one of the bases for infinite numbers like pi.




Steven Furtick is a good preacher and he once said that we should wonder off in our imagination like a child. The technicalities (understanding) behind that is that our imagination in our frontal lobe (AKA third eye chakra) is our part of the heavenlies (all owned by Christ - Ephesians 1:20-21) that wont get sealed up with the mark as it was finished on the cross.

I said that but John 14:6 / simple gospel all the way.

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