Two Prophets of God | 11 | Burning Books | Dos Profetas De Dios

Two Prophets of God | 11 | Burning Books | Dos Profetas De Dios


Reading Series | The Last Book | Two Prophets of God Hi again YouTube friends, this is
chapter 11 in the Revelation of Jesus Christ. NOW I WAS given a measuring stick and
told to go measure the temple of God, including the inner court where the
altar stands, and to count the number of worshippers. “But do not measure the outer court,” I was told, “for it has been turned over to the nations. They will trample
the Holy City for forty-two months. And I will give power to my two witnesses to
prophesy 1,260 days clothed in sackcloth.” These two prophets are the two olive
trees, and two candlesticks standing before the God of all the earth. Anyone
trying to harm them will be killed by bursts of fire shooting from their
mouths. They have the power to shut the skies so that no rain will fall during the
three and a half years they prophesy, and to turn rivers and oceans
to blood, and to send every kind of plague upon the earth as often as they
wish. When they complete the three and a half years of their solemn testimony, the
tyrant who comes out of the bottomless pit will declare war against them and
conquer and kill them; and for three and a half days their bodies will be exposed
in the streets of Jerusalem (the city fittingly described as “Sodom” or “Egypt”)—the very place where their Lord was crucified. No one will be allowed to bury
them, and people for many nations will crowd around to gaze at them. And there
will be a worldwide holiday—people everywhere will rejoice and give
presents to each other and throw parties to celebrate the death of the two
prophets who had tormented them so much! But after three and a half days, a spirit
of life from God will enter them and they will stand up! And great fear will
fall on everyone. Then a loud voice will shout from heaven, “Come up!” And they will rise to heaven in a cloud as their enemies watch. The same hour there will
be a terrible earthquake that levels a tenth of the city, leaving 7,000
dead. Then everyone left will, in their terror, give glory to the God of heaven.
The second woe is past, but the third quickly follows: For just then the
seventh angel blew his trumpet, and there were loud voices shouting down from
heaven, “The kingdom of this world now belongs to our Lord, and to his Christ;
and he shall reign forever and ever.” And the twenty-four Elders sitting on their
thrones before God threw themselves down in worship, saying, “We give thanks, Lord
God Almighty, who is and was, for now you have assumed your great power and have
begun to reign.” The nations were angry with you, but now it is your turn to be
angry with them. It is time to judge the dead, and reward your servants—prophets
and people alike, all who fear your Name, both great and small—and to destroy
those who have caused destruction upon the earth.” Then, in heaven, the temple of
God was opened and the Ark of his covenant could be seen inside. Lightning
flashed and thunder crashed and roared, and there was a great hailstorm and the
world was shaken by a mighty earthquake. That was chapter 11 in the Revelation of
Jesus Christ. I’m gonna wrap this up for tonight and hopefully I’ll see you very
soon with the following chapters. The completion of this chapter sets us right
at the middle of the Revelation and I love you guys and I’ll
see you soon. Good night.