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Tuesday: Restoration of the Holy — 3 Comments

  1. Dan. 8:14 answered the question on monday 'how long?' Its not to long any more because most of what the bible predict about the little horn are almost over so as part of God remnant and among the angels of Revelation 14 it is now time for you to tell people around you to fear God and give Him glory because judgment time is here let them know that it is time for them to worship the true God and on the rigth day (saturday).

    Amen!(22)
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    Pls I need further understanding on the Last question of Tuesday's lesson.

    Amen!(1)
  3. I get a fuller picture of what is happening even today as the great controversy is coming to an end. The historical events of Daniel 7 and 8 reveal a power who challenges the ministry of Christ in the heavenly sanctuary. It prospers as it introduces false worship practices. I love the fact that these prophecies (as well as Revelation) let us know that there is a judgment and God is now judging in favor of His people. In the end we are safe in Christ as He is given the kingdom and we reign with Him forever.

    Daniel 7:27 Then the kingdom and dominion, And the greatness of the kingdoms under the whole heaven,Shall be given to the people, the saints of the Most High. His kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, And all dominions shall serve and obey Him.’

    Revelation 14 describes events prior to the saints taking the kingdom too. It gives the cry from God's messengers (us) informing the world of a judgment taking place in heaven and warning the entire world to depart from deceptive spiritual practices and serve the God of heaven wholly.

    Amen!(9)

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