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BBC Asteroid Impact Simulation End Of The World Predictions
A huge asteroid with a diameter of 500 Kilometer is going to impact on Earth! Destination: Pacific Ocean. The asteroid impact peels 10 kilometers crust off the surface of Earth. The resulting shockwave travels at hypersonic speed. The debris from the impact is blasted to the lower orbit of Earth, and they returns to destroy everything on the planet. The firestorm created by the asteroid impact encircles the Earth,
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Pastor Steven Anderson The Book of Revelation Chapter 14 of 22
Now in Revelation chapter 14, verse number1, the Bible reads quot;And I looked. written in their foreheads.quot; Now, we should expectto see the 144,000 here, because as I explained in other sermons, the book of Revelation goesin chronological order from chapters 1 through 11, then the chronology starts over in chapter12 with the birth of Christ. And then we see the whole story play out all over again. Wellin the first half of the book of Revelation, we saw the story play out as the tribulation,then after the tribulation the sun and moon are darkened, then there was mention of the144,000 being sealed, then we had the rapture where the great multitude appears in heavenin chapter 7, and then we have God pour out
his wrath. Well in the second half of Revelation,we see the same sequence of events. We see the events of the tribulation, and that'swhere we were in chapter 13, at the time of the abomination of desolation. Great tribulationand persecution and people being killed for the cause of Christ. Therefore we should expectthe next thing to be mentioned as the 144,000, because it goes in the first half tribulation,144 000, rapture, and then God pouring out his wrath. Same exact order in the secondhalf. And so here, right on time, we've got the 144,000 once again. It said quot;I lookedand lo a. written in their foreheads.quot; Now let's compare this with chapter 7. Keep yourfinger in chapter 14 as we go back to chapter
7. Let's go back and forth between these twochapters, because when it talks about the Father's name being written in their foreheads,that's actually mentioned in chapter 7 what that is. It says in verse 1 of chapter 7,quot;And after these things, I saw. in their foreheads.quot; So the Father's name written intheir foreheads written in their foreheads in Revelation 14, is here known as being quot;sealedquot;in their foreheads, in chapter 7. It says quot;I heard the number of them which were sealed,and there were sealed an hundred and forty and four thousand of all the tribes of thechildren of Israel.quot; And then He gets very specific and mentions that there are twelvethousand from each tribe, and he list those
tribes. From the tribe of Juda were sealedtwelve thousand, Reuben, Gad, Asher, on and on. Everything except the tribe of Dan, whichis not mentioned. Now, let me point out a couple of things quickly about Revelation7 here. First of all, isn't it clear from verses 2 and 3 that God has not begun to pourout his wrath on this earth yet at this timeé Because he says that they're not going tohurt the earth, they're not going to hurt the trees. Well look, when God starts to pourout his wrath with the trumpets and vials, he is definately hurting the trees. The firsttrumpet, He says that one third of the trees are burnt up. So this is CLEARLY, this sealingis clearly taking place BEFORE that time.
So, it's after the tribulation when the sunand moon are darkened. But it's BEFORE God pours out his wrath, before He pours out thewrath, He is going to seal the 144,000. That's what we see here in chapter 7. After the listingof all the different tribes, it says in verse 9, quot;After this I beheld, and, lo, a greatmultitude which no man could number, of all nationsquot;. So this great multitude appearsin heaven right after the 144,000 are sealed. He says quot;this group came out of great tribulation,they've washed their robes, they've made them white in the blood of the lamb.quot; And I'm notgoing to repreach my sermon from Revelation 7, I already covered that in Revelation 7.But we see from chapter 7, that these people
are sealed in their foreheads, AFTER the sunand moon are darkened with the opening of the sixth seal, which JESUS in Matthew 24said is AFTER the tribulation, but it's before God begins to pour out His wrath and destroythe earth. Go back if you would to Revelation 14. And in Revelation 14, it says quot;And I hearda voice from heaven, as the voice of many watersquot;. So where is the voice coming froméFrom heaven. That's significant. It says quot;and as the voice of a great thunder: and I heardthe voice of harpers harping with their harps: And they sungquot; so the harpers are singing.And it says quot;And THEY sung as it were a new song before the throne, and before the fourbeasts, and the elders: and no man could learn
The Book of Genesis Overview Part 1 of 2
gt;gt; Jon: The first book of the Bible is a bookyou have probably heard of, it's called Genesis. gt;gt; Tim: Genesis comes from a Hebrew word,it's pronounced rasheet. It just means beginning. gt;gt; Jon: Now there's a lot of stories fromthe book of Genesis, and it's easy to just pull out a specificstory and try to tell you what it might mean.But we think the best way to understand this book,is to look at the book as a whole and show you how the whole thing is designed.
gt;gt; Tim: The book is designed to fall intotwo main parts. You have chapters 111, which is telling thestory of God and the whole world and then you have the second partwhich is about God and Abraham's family as chapters 1250,and how the two of those parts relate, that's where you find the message of thebook. gt;gt; Jon: OK, so lets start back at the beginning.The first part of Genesis begins with the creation story where God creates everything gt;gt; Tim: And how exactly that happens of coursethat's where all the debates come. But,
He takes a dark watery chaos and He turnsit into a beautiful garden where humans can flourish. gt;gt; Jon: That sounds nice. gt;gt; Tim: That does sound nice. In fact sevendifferent times God says of all that He's made that it's good gt;gt; Jon: And this is where we meet the firsthuman characters in the Bible, Adam and Eve. gt;gt; Tim: They're both individual charactersbut also representative. Adam is the Hebrew word for humanity and Eve is the Hebrew wordfor life and God creates them in his image,
in other words, Humanity reflects or is meantto reflect the creativity, the goodness, and character of the creator out into the worldthat He's made. And they're supposed to reproduce, and make cultures, and neighborhoods, andart, and gardens, and everything else. But, He gives them a moral choiceÂ about how theyare going to build this world. And this is what the tree of the quot;Knowledge of Goodand Evilquot; is all about. gt;gt; Jon: And He tells them, quot;don't eat ofthis tree or you will die.quot; What's that all abouté gt;gt; Tim: Up till now God has been definingand providing what is good. Â And so God is
the one with the knowledge of good and evil.Â But this tree represents a choice: Â will the human's trust God's definition ofgood and evil, or are they going to seize the opportunity to try and define good andevil for themselves. gt;gt; Jon: And Adam and Eve eat the fruit. gt;gt; Tim: This is the core, biblical explanationfor that concept of sin, that desire to call the shots myself its the inward turn of thehuman heart to do what's good for me and my tribe even if it's at the expense ofyou and your tribe. gt;gt; Jon: And the problem is humans are horribleat defining good and evil without God and
so now that Humanity's made this choice, thingsget really. gt;gt; Tim: .really bad. SoÂ Genesis 3 through11 is like tracing this downward spiral of all Humanity. So adam and eve, they can'ttrust each other anymore. and so theres a little story about how they were naked andfelt fine about it beforehand, but now they feel shameful because all the sudden Adam'sdefinition of good and evil might be different than Eve's. And so they hide from each other. gt;gt; Jon: And there's another story of temptation.Cain is jealous of his brother Abel, and he gives in and kills him.