NMD 11 Rev 11 Mean Time 2b
In the previous study, NMD 10 Rev 10, we have heard a heavenly background comment of what is happening in heaven and on earth. In NMD 11 Rev 1 Mean Time 2b we will continue with the background information “In the Mean time” number 2b.
Where we will see how the Temple is measured, two witnesses and the guilty question arises. At the sound of the 7th trumpet our Lord Jesus accepts his kingship which gives a great joy in heaven.
John receives a prophetic command to measure the temple of God. Look at verse 2 were he is told not to measure the outer court as that is given to the gentiles. That can never be the temple in heaven as there are no gentiles in heaven trampling the holy city.
It is obvious that this is the temple in Jerusalem. John might have fluttered his eyelids or maybe he thought he was dreaming when he wrote down these words, as the temple in Jerusalem had been destroyed over 25 years before by the Romans. The question arises: how is that possible? It is not acceptable to suggest that the book of Revelation has been written before or in the year 70. This was the year the Romans destroyed the old temple.
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NMD 11 Points of discussion
These points of discussion are listed in the table below and are consecutively numbered from 1,2 etc. The points can be seen as a short summary of parts in the study, which are in sequential order. The answers are practically the full texts, which are given in the study. The added drawings are meant as reference points in this study.
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In Rev 11:1 the temple had to be measured. Which temple did John have to measure? Why should he not measure the outer Court?
As you know, today on the temple mount in Jerusalem the Al-Aqsa Mosque is present. How can John get the command to measure the temple?
Who, in the Old Testament, was also given a command to measure the temple and is there a difference in what John had to measure (Rev 11:1)?
What did the antichrist set up for himself in the temple and did that open the eyes of the Israelites (Da 12:11)? How is that called in Da 9:27?
In Rev 11:2 is written 42 months and in Rev 11:3 is written 1,260 days. Look what is written in Da 12:7? Is that correct?
Suddenly the antichrist has to deal with two unexpected opponents (Rev 11:3-6), who are they and what do they come for?
Looking at the Jewish tradition in a wedding party and at Easter, an extra chair is reserved. Do you know what this is for?
What tasks do those two witnesses have?
What is the difference between the testimony of these two witnesses and the testimony of Christians?
Why did the antichrist leave the dead bodies of the two witnesses for 3½ days on the street?
What did happen after the resurrection of the two dead witnesses and what did the people expect to happen? Did that really happen?
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What does the Lord Jesus accept in Rev 11:17-18?
What is opening in heaven and what becomes visible (Rev 11:19)?
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