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  1. I'd love to respond but it takes the moderator too long to approve my posts, so I'll just move on.
  2. >>>1. They are not coming out of the far north, like the passage says they will.<<< In Ezekiel 38:5 the writer CLEARLY identifies the people of Gog as being Persians, Ethiopians, and Libyans. In other words, Arabs and Africans. So, in order for the people of Gog to get to the European nations, they would need to come up out of the northern parts of their place, which is what the scripture actually says, for notice verse 15 of Ezekiel 38, "And thou shalt come from thy place out of the north parts, thou, and many people with thee..." >>>2. They are not invading the land of Israel, like the passage says they will.<<< The scripture says they will invade "Sheba, and Dedan, and the mechants of Tarshish, with all the young lions thereof." In other words, the Europeans. (Ez. 38:13) >>>3. They are not riding on horses, like the passage says they will.<<< Get real!... "riding on horses" means, they will be transported to the European nations. >>>Daniel 11:43 has nothing at all to do with Gog and Magog.<<< Of course it does! Daniel 11:43 is a prophecy relating to America, and to the Africans, ie people of Gog that are upon America. For notice: "But he (America) shall have power over the treasures of gold and of silver (ie over the monetary system), and over all the precious things of Egypt (ie over the Arab oil): and the Libyans and the Ethiopians shall be at his steps."
  3. >>>The prophecy concerning the Abomination of Desolation is in Daniel, and relates to the Jews, Jerusalem, and the Temple in Jerusalem.<<< I don't believe so. In chapter 7, verses 24-26 Daniel explained via symbols whom the end-time scriptures are about, for notice: 23. Thus he said, The fourth beast shall be the fourth kingdom upon earth..... 24. And the ten horns, (and the people) out of this kingdom are ten kings (are European Americans) that shall arise: (Notice that John spoke of these same ten kings upon Babylon the great in Revelation 17:12) and another (another ten horns, called "man of lawlessness") shall rise after the ten kings; and he shall be diverse from the ten kings, and shall subdue three generations of them, and shall speak great words against them, and shall wear out the saints among them, and shall think to change the times and laws of the ten kings, and the laws shall be given into his hand until a time, and times and the dividing of time. And they shall take away the dominion of the ten kings, to consume and to destroy it unto the end.
  4. Anybody got any thoughts at all on this subject?
  5. Anyone know what "eat her flesh" means in the scripture above?
  6. Thoughts anyone?
  7. Thoughts anyone?
  8. Actually there are 2 end-time "beasts" spoken of in Revelation; one being the scarlet-coloured beast called Babylon the great, AND, the man of lawlessness (symbolized as "the ten horns") upon Babylon the great.
  9. The prophet Daniel spoke of an abomination that would be occurring on earth in the last days, and in Matthew 24:15 Jesus also spoke of that abomination, and He said in regards to His second coming, "When ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place, (whoso readeth, let him understand)" Most if not all modern-day Christians believe that "the holy place" Jesus spoke of, is a reference to a rebuilt temple over in Jerusalem, but, considering that the Churches had not yet been established when Jesus made the statement, is it possible that He meant to say, "When ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the Church?"
  10. >>>the beast used to be clearly known. not here. not today. not anymore.<<< Who was he "clearly known" as?
  11. How can we be sure that the African and Arab "migrants" that are invading the European nations today, are not the people of "Gog" spoken of in Ezekiel 38 and 39, and in Daniel 11:43??
  12. In Revelation 17:3 Babylon the great is symbolized as that of "a scarlet coloured beast, having seven heads and ten horns." Notice that verse 16 says, "And the ten horn which thou sawest upon Babylon the great (upon the beast), these shall hate the whore, and shall make her desolate and naked, and shall eat her flesh, and burn her with fire." How does one interpret the scripture above? Which nation today represents "Babylon the great"? Whom do "the ten horns" represent? And whom does "the whore" represent? And what does "eat her flesh" mean?
  13. >>>Your content will need to be approved by a moderator.<<< LOL, How long should I wait for approval?
  14. Revelation 13 says that the beast is "a man". Most, if not all Christians today, believe that "a man" is a reference to one individual man. But, throughout the prophetic scriptures of Daniel and Revelation, the beast or man of lawlessness is symbolized as that of "the ten horns". Therefore, could it be that the beast is a particular race/nationality of man instead of one individual man?