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Breaking Prophecy News; Why is Revelation So Unique? Part 2 (TPDR #495)

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PROPHECY HEADLINES: Russia begins militarization of the Arctic | Iranian president promises to stand by Iraq against ISIS; Will send military advisers and weapons | U.S. Navy to deploy 2 destroyers with ballistic missile defense capability to Japan | Israel considers request to replace UN peacekeepers with drones in Golan Heights | UN chief says Israel and Palestine must stop unilateral initiatives

The Bible says in 1 Thessalonians 3:13-14: "But I would not have you to be ignorant, brethren, concerning them which are asleep, that ye sorrow not, even as others which have no hope. For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him."

PROPHECY BOOTCAMP: "Why is Revelation So Unique? (Part 2)" from Dr. Ed Hindson's book, "Revelation: Unlocking the Future". 

Four is a number generally related to the earth, which has four regions (north, south, east, west) and four seasons (spring, summer, fall, winter). In the Revelation there are four living creatures; four angels at the four corners of the earth holding the four winds; four angels are bound in the Euphrates River; the inhabitants of the earth have a fourfold description: tribes, tongues, peoples, and nations; and the New Jerusalem lies foursquare.

Six is the number of man, who was created on the sixth day. In Revelation 13:18 it represents the number of the ultimate man, the Antichrist: 666.

Seven is the most significant number in the Apocalypse. There are seven spirits, seven churches, seven lampstands, seven stars, seven lamps of fire, seven horns, seven eyes, seven seals, seven trumpets, seven bowls, seven songs...

OCCUPY TILL I COME: "Waiting on the Second Coming -- Comfort at the Grave (Part 6)" by Ray C. Stedman 

MUSICAL SELECTION: "Days of Elijah" by Twila Paris