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The Two Prophets of Revelation By Steven Ortlepp
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Revelation 11:3–13, with its reference to two witness-prophets, is a parenthetical section that gives information on the Great Tribulation. At that time God will raise up two prophets for 1260... More > days, to predict what lies ahead (v. 3). As credentials, they will receive supernatural power to kill their enemies, withhold rain, and turn water to blood (vv. 4–6). They will be announcing some of the plagues to be unleashed on mankind in the very near future (cf. Rev. 15, 16). At the end of 1260 days, the beast from the abyss will wage war with them, overcome them, and kill them (v. 7). Their deaths will cause the whole earth to rejoice, but God will raise them up and they will ascend into heaven (vv. 8–12). Who are the two prophets? What is their purpose? When are they destined to appear? This writer prefers the view that the two prophets are not a group, but two anointed individuals, presently unknown, who will minister in the spirit and power of Moses and Elijah in the future tribulation period.< Less
The Two Prophets of Revelation By Steven Ortlepp
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Revelation 11:3–13, with its reference to two witness-prophets, is a parenthetical section that gives information on the Great Tribulation. At that time God will raise up two prophets for 1260... More > days, to predict what lies ahead (v. 3). As credentials, they will receive supernatural power to kill their enemies, withhold rain, and turn water to blood (vv. 4–6). They will be announcing some of the plagues to be unleashed on mankind in the very near future (cf. Rev. 15, 16). At the end of 1260 days, the beast from the abyss will wage war with them, overcome them, and kill them (v. 7). Their deaths will cause the whole earth to rejoice, but God will raise them up and they will ascend into heaven (vv. 8–12). Who are the two prophets? What is their purpose? When are they destined to appear? This writer prefers the view that the two prophets are not a group, but two anointed individuals, presently unknown, who will minister in the spirit and power of Moses and Elijah in the future tribulation period.< Less
The Great Tribulation By Steven Ortlepp
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Herein the reader will discover a careful, systematic examination of the Biblical prophecies regarding the Great Tribulation. Daniel (12:1) reports that this will be the greatest calamity ever... More > visited upon mankind. Inward and outward pressures, as well as divine, celestial manifestations, will cause people “to become faint out of fear” (Luk. 21:25, 26). If the days of tribulation are not cut short, no flesh will survive (cf. Matt. 24:21, 22; Mark 13:19, 20). Two witness-prophets will be sent to warn earth's inhabitants of God's coming wrath. As credentials, they will be able to effect miracles. In the midst of the Tribulation they will be killed and publically resurrected. As Pharaoh of old, God's enemies will then be tormented by severe plagues (Rev. 11:3-10; 15, 16). However, we are assured by God's angel that a great crowd, from every tongue, tribe and nation, which no man is able to number, will survive (Rev. 7:9, 13, 14).< Less
The Great Tribulation By Steven Ortlepp
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Herein the author examines Biblical prophecies regarding the Great Tribulation. Daniel (12:1) reports that this will be the greatest calamity ever visited upon mankind. Inward and outward pressures... More > as well as divine, celestial manifestations will be causing people “to become faint out of fear” (Luk. 21:25, 26). All indications point to the Tribulation as lasting seven years. First half of the Tribulation will be dominated by wars and catastrophic natural phenomena. In the midst of the Tribulation, two witness-prophets will appear on the world scene. They will issue a final warning to the earth’s inhabitants. During the second half of the Tribulation God’s enemies will be hit by various plagues (Rev. 15, 16). If those days were not cut short, no flesh will survive (cf. Matt. 24:21, 22; Mark 13:19, 20). Nevertheless, we are assured that a great crowd, from every tribe, nation and tongue, which no man was able to number, will be saved (Rev. 7:9, 13, 14).< Less

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