a revelation 

A Testimony of Jesus Christ 

“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.  

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A Prophecy 

A testimony of Jesus Christ.  Sealed by Daniel but not by John.  What has been revealed is still a mystery to all of us.  Many have theories as to what it may be with little agreement.  Most would like to know what the future holds and a few are willing to inspect history for clues but misleading interpretations prevent them from recognizing what has already happened.  

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A Prophecy 

A testimony of Jesus Christ.  Sealed by Daniel but not by John.  What has been revealed is still a mystery to all of us.  Many have theories as to what it may be with little agreement.  Most would like to know what the future holds and a few are willing to inspect history for clues but misleading interpretations prevent them from recognizing what has already happened.  

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a prophecy

A Testimony 

A shewing to His servants (plural).  His servant, (singular), John who bare record is tied to John the Apostle in his gospel.  Start at the beginning.  The first verse.  This is a clue that there is more than one John.  Three different Johns.  One who bare record, one to the churches, and one who is also your brother.  This is just the first clue.  

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