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Revelation 11 – The Two Witnesses September 10, 2007

Posted by roberttalley in Antichrist, Day of the Lord, Eschatology, Judgment, Religion, Revelation of Jesus Christ, Seven Trumpets of Revelation, Temple.

What new wrinkle is added in this chapter to the separation of God’s people from the people of the world (11:1-2)?

In this passage, God’s people is clearly the ethnic Jew and the people of the world are those Gentiles whose loyalty is to the antichrist.

The two witnesses are spoken of in Zechariah 4. What is their task, the length of their task, the reaction to their task, and the aftermath of their death?

Their task is a message of judgment. The length of the task is 3.5 years. The aftermath includes the rejoicing of the world at their death, their resurrection after 3.5 days, an earthquake in Jerusalem, and the glorifying of God by the survivors in Jerusalem.

Does giving glory to God necessarily mean that these people have all turned to Christ in salvation?

It may not but it possibly is referring to the turning of the remnant in Israel to Jesus Christ.

What is proclaimed with the sounding of the seventh trumpet (verses 15-18; see also 10:7)?

Christ claiming His kingdom, judging the wicked, and rewarding the righteous.

What is important about the appearance of the temple in heaven in verse 19?

It shows that God has turned His back on men on the earth.



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