A Prophecy Fulfilled In History
A big number like “a thousand years” or maybe “666” should fit with the smaller numbers like “ten horns” and “seven heads”. This is the way to connect history with prophecy reliably. Only history can confirm the fulfillment of prophecy and only numbers can connect them.
A Threat to Christianity
A threat to peace. The rider was Mohammed who was given a great sword. History records all the battles that can be attributed to Islam, the religion of peace. It started at the Red Sea. The Russians from the Black sea slowed them down but they must still be reckoned with.
A “Reign Of Christ”
A phrase not found in the bible. “Reigned with Christ” can be found. A thousand years can be found in history. Your interpretation, “reign of Christ”, can be found on the internet but not in your bible. This is why you can’t trust your interpretation. Trust the numbers.
A Threat To Religion
A threat to life, marriage, and family. The rider was Marx, the father of communism, socialism, and modernism. The Church stood in the way. Her teachings on life, marriage, and family would inspire many to fight for liberty and justice for all. That fight continues today. Save the Church. Save the Truth and your freedom.
A Reading Of This Prophecy
A blessing if you have an ear for this prophecy. The time was at hand. That was then. Now we have history. That is where prophecy is fulfilled. Look for it using numbers which you can trust. Not your interpretation. Not even your version of the bible. Somehow all translations get the numbers right.
A Rider Named Death
A chastisement for ignoring the teachings of the Church. The sanctity of life, marriage, and family are being replaced by concerns about climate change. The child needs a father, a family, and a reason to defend the Church that protects the Truth. The Truth about life, marriage, and family. Save the Church. Save the Truth and your freedom.
A Man Sent From God
A prophecy that must shortly come to pass. The first coming. The Lamb of God. John the Apostle knew the Baptist and the Lamb, a word used 27 times in the Apocalypse. John the Baptist was preparing the way for the “Lamb of God”. He wrote the first Apocalypse.
A Testimony of Jesus Christ
A “bare record”. It was John the Baptist “who bare record”. It was John the Apostle who wrote “to the seven churches”. It was John Chrysostom, “who also am your brother”, who was in Ephesus when Jerome was finishing his Vulgate and needed a reliable copy of the Apocalypse. Three Johns.
A Book That Is A Mystery
J. Massyngberde Ford may have been the first to suggest John the Baptist was the first writer of the Apocalypse. She is not the first to suggest multiple writers. Others suggested that it was first written in Hebrew. Most agree that there is little agreement regarding the Apocalypse. So we continue to speculate.
A purpose was to prepare the way for the first coming. John the Baptist was to introduce the Lamb of God to the world. The word “lamb” can be found 27 times in the Apocalypse. “Jesus” only 12 times. The word “Jesus” could have been added later by John the Apostle who knows John the Baptist knows the Lamb of God.