Revelation 92016-10-12T22:29:40+00:00

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Revelation nine (9), explained verse by verse, shows what is behind next two of the seven trumpets. The trumpets show a similar history to the churches and the seals. Starting with a picture of Jesus Christ as Intercessor or Mediator, the trumpets cover chapters 8-11. Study RevelationWithDaniel. It’s amazing!


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  1. Liz leboho August 26, 2016 at 4:03 am - Reply

    Hello Ps, could you please explain who the ” star fallen” in Rev 9:1.
    Some interpretations say it is Lucifer and others say it is a good angel send by Jesus.

    • RevWDRM3 August 26, 2016 at 5:50 am - Reply

      Hello Liz,

      Yes, there is no definite answer to the question at this point, but here’s a few thoughts from the notes I’ve put together in the Revelation:

      “With Revelation 8:13 sounding very similar to the three Angels mentioned in 14:6-12, we may find
      some parallels or connections between the false and true in these next three trumpets.
      These next three trumpets in Revelation 9-11 include much more information than the previous four
      trumpets. This may represent importance or an intended focus, comparatively.
      Just as mentioned in 8:10, a star can represent many things, but very likely a leader—just as in 1:20.
      Falling stars burn for a short time and this one is noted to hit the earth. The star is then referred to
      as “him” who received a key.
      “Key” is a word used only 6 times in the New Testament (NT), four of which are in the Revelation.
      Matthew 16:19 speaks of the “keys of the Kingdom.” Luke 11:52 refer to the “key of knowledge.”
      Revelation 1:18 tells of the “keys of hell and of death,” while 3:7 speaks of the “key of David.” 9:1
      and 20:1 both refer to the “key of the bottomless pit.” Obviously the key is used to access, exit or
      unlock something.
      The word “bottomless” is the Greek word for the abyss (abussos). It occurs nine times in the NT,
      seven of which are in the Revelation. (Luke 8:31, Romans 10:7, Revelation 9:1, 2, 11, 11:7, 17:8,
      20:1, 3) Each of these references seemingly indicates a Godless place—where God is not ruler,
      welcomed, or He has chosen not to be there.
      The first verse of chapter 9 could refer to a great leader (star) who was intending to represent God
      (from heaven) who had the ability to begin (key) a godless religion (bottomless pit).”

      I hope these help lead your further into truth! God be with you.

  2. Liz August 22, 2017 at 9:37 pm - Reply

    Thank you ps Daniel , yes your answer sheds more light. Be blessed.

  3. lovemore Nganunu January 27, 2019 at 11:46 pm - Reply

    trumpet number 5…… The sun and sky were darkened by the smoke from the Abyss……not in thirds or fractions but the sun was darkened…..this is complete darkness…..Christ is the one symbolised by the sun…..if we visit calvary events …Christ on the cross …there was literal darkness…..if we visit the events of the two witnesses who are personified as suffering the same fate as Christ did being crucified in a place called sodom etc in revelation 11….we should see darkness when the word of God is “crucified”…..SPIRITUAL DARKNESS!…France raised her hand by legislation and banned the bible for 3 and half years and they entered into a period of darkness…..with the horrors of the french revolution …..witha deadly wound inflicted on Papacy but worse still on those who rejected God s light….a whole new satanic influence of teachings came with the french revolution ….atheism humanism etc are products of this period ……these were teachings from the bottomless pits ….Job 38:2-7

    2 “Who is this who darkens counsel
    By words without knowledge?………………………….what is to darken counsel?…..see the smoke covering the sun ! blessings!

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