Thursday, May 17, 2012

I would like to recommend a blog article from another anointed one:

Part 4

You may also wish to consider that in most scriptural scenes...Jesus is said to be "sitting" at God's right hand (Col.3:1; Luke22:69; Matt.22:44; Psalm110:1).
But in the book of Revelation, Jesus says that at that time, he is walking about in the midst of the seven golden lampstands" (Rev.2:1). We see from the account of Stephen (Acts7:54,55,56) that as he was about to be martyred; Jesus stood up.

During the fulfillment of Revelation, the two witnesses are also about to be "killed" (Rev.6:11; 11:7). Jesus is seen standing...he "walks among the seven golden lampstands" (Rev.2:1; Exo.25:31-40). There is more than one to be martyred while the Revelation is fulfilled...a symbolic seven. In fact, all who do not worship the Wild Beast, will be "killed" (Rev.13:15).
Under such extreme circumstances of Tribulation, who will come to aid these anointed Holy Ones? Jesus here shows that he is in the midst of these light-bearing lampstands who are bearing witness (Rev.12:17). He rises from his throne to be with them (Matt.24:3; 28:20; Rev.22:16; 11:3; 19:10).

In light of this, please contemplate Daniel 12:1. "Michael" "the great prince", "rises", to "protect"  during "a time of distress such as has not happened from the beginning of nations until then"...clearly the same period Jesus called, the "Great Tribulation" (Matt.24:21).

Is it a coincidence that "Michael" and Jesus both "rise, stand, and walk about" in behalf of the holy ones during the Great Tribulation? This question deserves meditation.

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