Revelation Chapter 19 Discussion


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  • Revelation 19:13

    Whose blood is sprinkled on the vesture; Is it the blood of the defeated enemy, or Christ's blood as atonement for our sins? I have Zondervan KJV Study Bible. The footnotes indicated that it could have been either. That note only led to confusion on my part.

    Thanks, Roy
  • The Blood of Jesus - in Reply on Revelation 19:13
    Revelation 19:13, clearly names Jesus as the Word of God.

    The blood of Christ one of the most important doctrinal teachings found in the Word of God. It is through the shedding of Christ's blood that WE can:

    Learn of God's and Christ's great love for us

    Be declared innocent from our many heinous sins

    Be delivered from the eternal wrath of Almighty God

    Be brought into communion with a Holy God.

    Be saved from eternal death and granted eternal life.



    Romans 5:8-10 - "But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.

    Much more then, being now justified by his BLOOD, we shall be saved from wrath through him.

    For if, when we were enemies, we were reconciled to God by the death of his Son, much more, being reconciled, we shall be saved by his life."

    No wonder His shed blood holds a core position of importance in both the Old Testament and the New Testament, it is the only hope for a person's salvation, receipt of other spiritual blessings and eternal security with Him.

    Sadly, many today will minimize the importance of the death and shed blood of Christ. It has been done throughout NT times and will continue to be done until Christ comes again. Anytime that we minimize what Christ has done for us (whether by word or action) after we have mentally received the truth about its importance, it is a sign of a lost condition and increased responsibility at the final judgment.
  • Keith Chapman on Revelation 19:20
    Who judged Isarael after Samuel
  • Linwood Manuel Jr on Revelation 19:20
    What does Jesus mean when he says that the Kingdom suffers violence
  • T. Levis - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    Mathew 11:12

    I believe it's Jesus, that suffers the violence

    John 1

    Luke 17:21-25

    Luke 22:52-53, Luke 22:63-65, Luke 23:33
  • Carleton - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    Yes, me too.
  • Ann Njuguna on Revelation 19:20
    Praise God, i would like to learn more about praying and fasting
  • Albert McBride on Revelation 19:20
    It must hurt God's heart to give life and have it taken away so young as babies in there mother's womb. I do believe that sin becomes sin when we know it is sin and still do it, so if God gave a few commandments to show we are sinners but let us choose what we will do he also knows when we realise it to be sin and judges us wisely. The thing is we are all short when it comes to the choices in life but he gave away out and his name is Jesus. We choose life are death and once saved we must as children learn the ways of our father.
  • The Word also says the letter kills but the Spirit is life.

    Spiritual things are spiritually understood.

    The word also says there is neither male or female in Christ.

    Als neither Jew nor Greek but one new man.

    And when we are in the spirit we are the voice of God.

    If a woman is born again of the spit of God the Word says we all have the power to become The sons of God.

    When one is moving in the Holy Spirit the are moving in the true Man Christ.

    Weather male or female.

    If a man is not moving in the anointing of Christ he is in the flesh which is denial in relationship to the Man Christ.

    The spiritual man lays down his life for his wife asChrist for the Church (the Body of Christ made up of all believers male and female.

    Both equal in Christ.

    Natural man would have woman be subject to him where The spiritual man in Christ as God would see her as the object of his love and laid down his life for Her (his bride the church)

    All members of Christ's body the church are female to God.

    And this applies to all members of the Body of Christ men and women.

    In Geniuses it show man starting as male and female but one.

    The world says the 5 fold ministry in Ephesians is given that we may all grow up into one new Man in Christ.

    A true Spiritual Man is a man when he is moving in the Spirit of Christ. Then he has authority love and covering.

    Otherwise he is female in relationship to Christ and wise to move under a covering.

    God loves his people and desire us to love him and one another.

    Jesus said when the Holy Spirit comes upon you He will lead you into all truth. Jesus is truth and truths will always be on with him who is the living word and dwells in his people.

    We are free to know the truth and to hear his voice. For he became the way the truth and the life we live.

    I have not shared like this before so I ask that you have grace with my grammar.

    Just ask God to show the truth and he will. Seek and we shall find.

    God Bless & Spirit lead.

    G
  • Obbie Beal on Revelation 19:20
    verse 4, And the four and twenty elders and the four beasts fell down and WORSHIPPED GOD that sat on the throne, saying, AMEN; ALLELUIA. 5 And a voice came out of the throne, saying, Praise our GOD, all ye his servants, and ye that fear him, both small and great.

    Note: the Great Whore is now destroyed, but notice the the 'reminder' to us /the remnant who has rightly applied John 3:16-21.... verse 4 we are required to WORSHIP & PRAISE GOD /JEHOVAH.

    Note: Locked in and can't go out WORSHIP & PRAISE GOD /JEHOVAH. Job gone, repo-man looking & calling, eviction notice, on and on... WORSHIP & PRAISE is what GOD want from us in such TIMES AS THESE.

    Note:So-call friends don't call, well they are.... also. Yes, in many cases the preachers is looked down also. So WORSHIP & PRAISE GOD /JEHOVAH where ever we be, because WHAT A FRIEND WE HAVE IN JESUS ALL OUR SINS AND GRIEF TO BARE. The kings /nations's leaders can not buy the mankind out this. Today is a good time to review Revelation chapter 2 & 3.
  • Daniel Moran on Revelation 19:20
    Does anyone know the precise number of Old Testament prophesies of the coming Messiah?
  • OT Prophesies of Jesus - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    You can go to this website and see a list with all the scriptures too. Save it to 'favorites' so you can copy them down if you want.

    parish.RCDOW.org.uk

    I like the list.
  • Daniel Moran - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    Thank you for the response.
  • I hear a lot of people praying to "Father God", but the bible teaches us that Jesus is our intercessor, 1 Timothy 2:5 and Romans 8:34. So why do people pray to "Father God"? I Amos 65 years old and have been a Born Again Christian since i was 14. I first noticed this about 20 years ago and have often wondered how and why this came about. We should pray to Jesus, shouldn't we? I believe in the trinity. I am not Jesus only but the Bible does put him first until 1 Corinthians 15:28.
  • Adam - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    People naturally interpret this different ways. You can get a rough survey of widespread opinion by simply listening to prayers. People often use different terms interchangeably, like Dear... Lord, Jesus, Father, God, etc. I personally believe God looks at the heart and that people are not sinning by using the wrong proper noun.

    It is my opinion that we are to pray to the Father in the name of Jesus. Jesus said no one comes to the father but through me. That doesn't automatically mean we switch and start worshiping and praying to Jesus. Jesus is the pathway to God; he said he's the way to get to the Father. It doesn't say the Father is the way to get to Jesus, or that Jesus is the way to get to Jesus. So, I believe it implies that we are trying to follow Jesus to lead us to the Father. John 14:6. Jesus intercedes for us. Romans 8:34. It said to follow Jesus in His example, but no where in the Bible am I aware of it saying to worship and sing songs to Jesus.

    Of course confusion is not surprising as it says Jesus and God the Father are one. Of course, they're separate, but united. We just don't know to what extent they are united or as 'one'. John 10:30.

    John 7:16-18. Jesus was sent by God the Father. He was presenting information pre-approved by God the Father. There is a slight hierarchy in my opinion. So, I think to pray to Jesus and worship Jesus is not supported by scripture in my opinion. But if I hear someone praying to Jesus and praising Him I do not see that as offensive.

    God bless...
  • Ron - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    Sorry if my comment came across that it is a sin to pray to God instead of Jesus. If one prays 'in Jesus name' they are still in essence praying to God thru Jesus and Jesus is the only way to God. So pray in Jesus name or pray straight to Jesus, either way, just pray, and pray often. As for me, I pray "Dear Lord Jesus.........."
  • Daniel - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    Jesus' desire for each of us is to have the same relationship with the God the Father as he has. We should have a relationship with Christ as well, but Christ wants us to know his Father, and to pray to his Father in his name.

    In fact, that Jesus is our intercessor is evidenced in part by the fact that we are able to pray in his name, he wants us to his use name on our own behalf, and it is through that vouching that he intercedes for us. He himself prays for us to God his Father, and this is evidence that we should go straight to the Father as he taught us to in the Lord's prayer. Again, if we should pray to our intercessors, why not pray to your pastor and whoever else, as they also should intercede for you. But to pray for oneself, one should go to God.
  • Ron - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    We will have to agree to disagree. The bible plainly states that Jesus Christ is our intercessor.
  • Norman Walker Butch - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    Ron, I have often wondered the very same thing and I myself have done it wrong also but I am going to start praying to Jesus like the Bible says. Thanks and Amen.
  • Carleton - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    In the name of Jesus one can pray directly to God the Father even Abba, without fear and without fault.

    :)
  • Carleton - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    I am still interested on the name of the faith that Bob is speaking of. Who are his brethren? Are they Amillenialist? More importantly to me, are they non- resistant loving lambs of Christ?
  • Mishael - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    We'll have to exchange emails I guess. I'm not going to try to pray for people if I'm going to be blocked. I'll see you around.
  • Carleton - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    Good morning! I am happy to be able to share emails if I can be allowed to via this site, maybe you understand how to get permission?

    Carleton
  • Mishael - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    Look at that list I found: OT prophesies of Jesus. So cool.
  • Mishael - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    My guess is we can't. I've never seen anyone else do it on there. I was probably reported by you know who. I'll send something to you later. Just be your kind self and help those who really want help.

    Being persecuted for the sake of our Lord is a huge blessing, right? So let's just do as we know to do and the Lord will come alongside.
  • Carleton - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    Warmed my heart there Mishael.

    God bless you!

    Carleton
  • Mishael - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    Look at this list! 359 OT prophesies fulfilled by Jesus. Save it to 'my favorites' on your google desktop.

    NewtestamentChristians dot com

    I gotta go to officemart and get this one printed out.

    It will be helpful as soon as I locate the new Bible I want to use. It's so hard because a lot of them are geared for beauty rather than for study. What version do you use?

    I have to get large print :/ so I can see.
  • Stanjett - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    KJV. Got a lot of thee's n thou's' in it but I think most people know what they mean.
  • Carleton - in Reply on Revelation 19:20
    My eyes are not too good either and I am in need of a larger print Bible. It is mostly for this reason that I have used this website a lot the past several years so that I can enlarge the words. Have you ever heard of the Gospel Publisher Bookstore in Moundridge, KS? Likely they have a lot of choices on Bibles and etc...


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