The Millennium & the Holy City

Hello…

You wrote:

“Comment: I am a Seventh day Adventist studying with a Baptist preacher. Could you please tell me how you would answer his question regarding Jerusalem in Revelation 20? I told him that was the New Jerusalem that comes down at the end of the 1000 years. He points out that the New Jerusalem does not come down until Revelation 21, after the wicked have been judged. I showed examples where Revelation is not written in chronological order, but I cannot find any scriptural references that support my understanding that is the New Jerusalem instead of the old. How would you address this? I am really enjoying your sermons on going through Revelation chapter by chapter, I first learned about them through audioverse. Thank you for mentioning your website, I will investigate this site thoroughly. You speak in a way that is […]

The Millennium & the Holy City2015-09-01T18:51:51-07:00

Thanking God for RevelationWithDaniel

This is a comment I got through email:

Comment: Hello Pastor Daniel,
Thank you, thank you, thank you for your excellent ongoing series happening right now ‘Revelation verse by verse’
What a blessing and truely God has blessed you to help many grasp a better understanding of this wonderful book which is so crucial at this time.
May God continue to bless you ‘ …more than you can ask or think…’ with ongoing clarity, eloquence and articulation of the fascinating truths of the book of Revelation

Mike

Thanking God for RevelationWithDaniel2016-09-14T02:30:13-07:00

The 144,000 – Literal or Symbolic?

Hello Nigel. Thank you for asking. There are a few reasons I believe what I do, so I will set them out in this response so you can then let me know what you believe:

Revelation 7:1 And after these things I saw four angels (representing God’s providences) standing on the four corners of the earth (symbolic of the entire earth, as the earth is round and has no corners), holding the four winds of the earth (symbolic of the strife and destruction to be let loose in God’s providential timing), that the wind (symbolic of destruction) should not blow on the earth (symbolic of the desolate areas), nor on the sea (symbolic of the populated areas), nor on any tree (symbolic of symbolic of people).

Revelation 7:2 And I saw another angel ascending from the east (symbolic of a message growing in strength like the […]

The 144,000 – Literal or Symbolic?2016-10-12T22:30:10-07:00

Is Ordination Present Truth?

There were three items in the earthly sanctuary: a pot containing manna, the ten commandments, and Aaron’s rod that budded. This can be seen in both Old and New Testaments, but notice Hebrews 9:4 putting each item together in one verse, “Hebrews 9:3 And after the second veil, the tabernacle which is called the Holiest of all; Hebrews 9:4 Which had the golden censer, and the ark of the covenant overlaid round about with gold, wherein was the golden pot that had manna, and Aaron’s rod that budded, and the tables of the covenant.”

Aaron’s rod was a symbol for a lot of things, as were the pot and commandments (see the above video for a quick overview), but one thing can definitely be found by reading Numbers 16-17–God’s order in the priesthood is important to Him.

Since we are living today in the […]

Is Ordination Present Truth?2016-10-12T22:30:11-07:00

Daniel 2 – the Iron and the Clay

Question:

P.S. do you know any way of connecting the clay in the feet of Daniel 2 with the church / Papacy… in the Bible ? I know that that is easy with Daniel 7… but what about Dan. 2 ?

Answer:

Daniel 2 can be shown as the church and state scenario through the fact that the iron equals Rome (in the division between the iron and clay, there is an obvious change in the character/position of Rome) and the clay is represented as God’s people in Jeremiah 18. “Jeremiah 18:1 The word which came to Jeremiah from the LORD, saying, Jeremiah 18:2 Arise, and go down to the potter’s house, and there I will cause thee to hear my words. Jeremiah 18:3 Then I went down to the potter’s house, and, behold, he wrought a work on the wheels. Jeremiah 18:4 And the vessel that he made of […]

Daniel 2 – the Iron and the Clay2015-07-19T11:19:55-07:00

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Short Videos while at Secrets Unsealed2019-04-30T21:27:01-07:00

Churches, Seals, and Trumpets All Historic

ChurchThank you for asking about how the seven churches of Revelation 2-3 can be part of the historic view of the Christian faith starting with the time of Christ and going through to the second coming of Christ. I’ll just say that I’ll be part of this conversation, not the final answer.

There are three sevens in the sequences of the churches, seals and trumpets: 

  • 7 Churches
  • 7 Seals
  • 7 Trumpets

There are pictures of Christ in ministry before each of the sevens:

  • Chapter 1 has a picture of Christ followed by 7 churches. 
  • Chapters 4-5 have a picture of Christ followed by 7 seals.
  • Chapter 8 has a picture of Christ followed by 7 trumpets.

Churches, Seals, and Trumpets All Historic2017-02-08T21:50:38-08:00

Symbolism Matters

This message was presented at a 21 part symposium at the Secrets Unsealed studio, 2014.

Symbolism Matters2019-04-30T22:27:22-07:00

Revelation’s Old Testament Feasts

(Revelation 1:9, 5)

On a barren island with no direction; a rover,

I saw perfect beauty in the Lord’s Passover…

(Revelation 1:16)

I’d heard it said that He’d been given for dead…

Then I realized, He was the Unleavened Bread!

(Revelation 1:18)

Stupendously shocked and near unbelief,

I saw the Lord risen as the true Wave Sheaf!

(Revelation 5:4-6)

I John, had believed that nearly all was lost…

When the Lord Almighty was fulfilling Pentecost!

(Revelation 7:9-12, 8:7)

With dizzying scenes I saw the saints triumphant!

Then I heard a sound, the voice of a trumpet!

(Revelation 10:10, 11:19)

I waited with nausea through a long postponement,

That lead to a day: it was the Day of Atonement!

(Revelation 21:1-5)

I long for […]

Revelation’s Old Testament Feasts2016-09-14T02:32:53-07:00

Presenting the 3 Angels Message in Daniel 1-6

This coming week, the 18th through the 23rd at 7 pm (2014), Pastor Daniel Mesa will be presenting a series entitled, “The Three Angles` Message in Daniel 1-6.

Pass the flyer along to anyone interested in visiting us in the Fresno, CA area!

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Presenting the 3 Angels Message in Daniel 1-62017-02-08T19:08:34-08:00

Parallels between Revelation 12, 13 and 17

Oooooooh, look what I found at work today… =)

Parallels between Revelation 12, 13 and 17

Seven heads and ten horns (12:3; 13:1) Seven heads and ten horns (17:3)
Names of blasphemy (13:1) Names of blasphemy (17:3)
Woman (12:1) Woman (17:1)
Call for wisdom (13:18) Call for wisdom (17:9)
Nations, tongues, peoples (13:7) Nations, tongues, peoples (17:15)
Persecution (12:6, 13-15) Persecution (17:6)
Waters (12:15) Waters (17:1)
Waters dried up (12:16) Waters dried up (16:12)
Was (1260 years—12:6; 13:5) ‘Was’ (1260 years—17:8)
Is not (deadly wound—12:16; 13:3) ‘Is not’ (deadly wound—17:8)
Wound healed (12:17; 13:3) ‘Shall be’ (wound healed—17:8)
Beast & false prophet (13:1-18) Harlot and daughters (17:5)
Parallels between Revelation 12, 13 and 172019-04-29T16:18:23-07:00

Matthew 16:28

“Can you please explain to me matt 16:28 as we studying with group.”

Hello _________________,

Thank you so much for contacting me from RevelationWithDaniel. =)

Good for you studying with others. Here are a few thoughts regarding the verse(s) in question:

Matt. 16:28 Verily I say unto you, There be some standing here, which shall not taste of death, till they see the Son of man coming in His Kingdom.

Matt. 17:1 ¶ And after six days Jesus taketh Peter, James, and John his brother, and bringeth them up into an high mountain apart,

Matt. 17:2 And was transfigured before them: and His face did shine as the sun, and His raiment was white as the light…

The same story can be found in Mark 9:1-13, and Luke 9:27-36.

Notice, in each of the references made by Christ about ‘seeing the Kingdom of […]

Matthew 16:282014-06-17T08:40:43-07:00

7 Angels Dressed as Priests in Revelation 15

Hello again __________,

The significance of the temple of the tabernacle of the testimony being open in Heaven in 15:5 signifies a time frame: the time of the Day of Atonement. It was only during the DoA that anyone (specifically the high priest) would see that part of the temple. Yes, it is at the end of the DoA, but it is during that time when God sends out the seven Angels (the same time the four Angels will loose their holds on the winds in 7:1).

The “seven angels” appear 9 times in the KJV in the Revelation. Each time (in the trumpets of 8 -11, in Heaven during the time of the plagues in 15, on earth during the time of the plagues in 16, during the explanation of the judgment of the great whore in 17, and the blessed judgment of the bride […]

7 Angels Dressed as Priests in Revelation 152016-10-12T22:30:23-07:00

3 Woes Part of the 7 Trumpets?

Hello __________,

Regarding your last message about the last 3 woes being the first of the 10 (not just the seven) last plagues: I’ve never heard that before, and don’t believe the person you’re referring to has a strong foundation to stand on, as the book of Revelation is laid out structurally to support something differently. Here’s what I mean:

  • Chapter 1 has a picture of Christ followed by 7 churches.
  • Chapter 4-5 have a picture of Christ followed by 7 seals.
  • Chapter 8 has a picture of Christ followed by 7 trumpets.

The seals have an interlude between the 6th and the 7th seal.
The trumpets have an interlude between the 6th and the 7th trumpet.

The book of Revelation is laid out that way, I believe, showing how we ought to understand it.

Also, an amazing book called “The Great Controversy” on page 334-5 says, “In the year 1840, another remarkable […]

3 Woes Part of the 7 Trumpets?2016-10-12T22:30:23-07:00

The plagues of Exodus and the Revelation

Hello ____________,

Glad to hear you are studying this subject. I haven’t don’t a specific correlation study, because what I’ve seen is that people who take the OT plagues and apply them to the book of Revelation, have done it in a way that makes most of the book of Revelation look like it applies to the end as a future application. This is not how I study the Revelation, as it makes better than perfect sense to apply it in the past, present and future, as John does in 1:19.

Because the Revelation uses the term “seven last plagues” in 15:1 and 21:9, I will refer to the seven last plagues of the Exodus (though in the Revelation they are the last plagues this earth will ever have as well).

Egypt (Exodus)
The plagues of Exodus and the Revelation2016-10-12T22:30:25-07:00
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