Where are we in the timeline of prophecies?

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The End Timeline Prophecies

Christians today are living in the final timeline of prophecies described in Revelation 13 and 14. These two chapters speak about the two great beasts. In Revelation 13, the first beast – the Papacy – that rises from the sea and has seven heads and ten horns – was wounded, but its “deadly wound was healed.”

Who is the first beast of Revelation 13?

Then, the second beast – the unites States which has two horns like a lamb and speaks liked a dragon (Revelation 13:11) – comes on the scene and is ready to make an image of the first beast. It tries to force everyone on earth to worship the first beast.

Who is the second beast of Revelation 13?

The Final Crisis

We are going to see political and religious forces within America encouraging the Protestant, Catholic and Orthodox churches to unite and from a one-world church that challenges God’s law for the sake of false unity and peace. However, there will be a people who will remain true to God and refuse to receive the mark of the beast these are ”those who keep the commandment of God and the faith of Jesus” (Revelation 14:12 also 12:17).

World powers will hedge on God’s people and force a decision for or against God’s kingdom. This conflict will stoplight the fourth commandment, the law that focuses on the seventh day Sabbath and God as Creator (Exodus 20:8-11), since it is the commandment that has been broken by most of the Christian world.

The crisis will come when symbolic Babylon prevails upon the state to enforce Sunday observance by civil law and seeks to punish all dissenters. That’s why the first angel’s message warns us to “worship Him who made heaven and earth, the sea and springs of water” (Revelation 14:7). But those who choose to keep God’s law will triumph (1 John 5:3; John 14:15). Jesus assures us that “he who endures to the end will be saved” (Matthew 10:22).

In His service,
BibleAsk Team

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