NMD 15 Rev 15 Mean Time 3d

NMD 15 Rev 15 Mean Time 3d

NMD 15 Rev 15 Mean Time 3d

NMD 15 Rev 15 Mean Time 3d

In the previous study, NMD 14 Rev 14 Mean Time 3c, we have studied the sealed 144,000, three angels with the eternal gospel as the last evangelists and finally the harvest. In this study, NMD 15 Rev 15 Mean Time 3d, we will hear a victorious song and will see the starting moment of the seven bowls of the wrath of God. This part is also called: NMD 15 Rev 15 Mean Time 3d.

The seventh Trumpet with the seven last plagues

John sees the appearance of the seven angels with the seven last plagues. Fortunately these are the last plagues and with them God’s wrath is completed. At the announcement of the seventh trumpet in Rev. 10:7 the mystery of God will be accomplished. As we know the sound of the seventh trumpet holds seven bowls of the wrath of God. That point is now reached however the last part will be the worst of all.

First our eye is captured by those who persevered in their belief in God which they had to pay for with their lives. They are now at the sea of glass however the glass is mixed with fire a symbol for the devout and catharsis ordeals which the children of God went through when on earth. They also sing a song. There is a lot of singing in heaven!

Victorious song

Well known songs are: the song of Moses, a servant of God, and the song of the Lamb. Moses sang his song, when he escaped with his people from Egypt, wonderfully guided by God through the Red Sea. The song of these victorious people seems to have more similarities with the song Moses sang at the end of his life as described in Deuteronomy 32:3-4. Of course we do not know how it sounds but it will definitely be better than what we are about to listen to. In this part the text of Rev. 15:3-4 can be seen.

Let us study NMD 15 Rev 15 Mean Time 3d to hear about the Winepress outsite the city.

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NMD 15 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.

Points of discussion of NMD 15 Revelation 15 Mean Time 3d and the start of the seven bowls judgements
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Revelation 15 Meantime 3d Victorious song

Revelation 15 Meantime 3d Victorious song

What did John see in Rev 15:2-3 and what song was sung?

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Revelation 15 Meantime 3d Justification

Revelation 15 Meantime 3d Justification

How many times did the Lord sing and on what occasion did He sing (Matthew 26:30, Psalm 113, 114 and 115-118)?

3

What is the conclusion of those who had been victorious over the beast and its image and over the number of its name, reading Rev 15:3b?

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Revelation 15 Starting seven Bowls judgements

Revelation 15 Starting seven Bowls judgements

Who gave, in Rev 15:7, the starting signal to pour out the seven bowls of the wrath of God?

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What was the temple in heaven filled with which couldn’t be filled in the earthly temple, as written in Ez 43:8?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Answers to the questions NMD 15 Revelation 15 Mean Time 3d

Answers to the questions NMD 15 Revelation 15 Mean Time 3d

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