The following vision excerpt from John the Revelator below:
1 Then I saw another sign in heaven, great and marvelous, seven angels who had seven plagues, which are the last, because in them the wrath of God is finished.
2 And I saw something like a sea of glass mixed with fire, and those who had been victorious over the beast and his image and the number of his name, standing on the sea of glass, holding harps of God.
3 And they sang
We have seen how the Abomination's fulfillment took place in the temple at the time of the Cross but that does not mean there will not be a future AoD. It is needful to have discernment here because some prophetic scriptures have more than one fulfillment, this one being a case in point. It happened in prototype 167 BC, and then with its full face in AD 30. A precursor occurred again in AD 66 and there is good reason to believe the abomination of desolation is about to appear one more
Chapter 8 of the book of Revelation indicates that there are seven trumpets which must be sounded by angels:
1When the Lamb broke the seventh seal, there was silence in heaven for about half an hour.
2And I saw the seven angels who stand before God, and seven trumpets were given to them.
3Another angel came and stood at the altar, holding a golden censer; and much incense was given to him, so that he might add it to
The purpose of this article is to offer a scriptural and credible alternative to the prevailing theories and we would do well to start by noticing how the Abomination of Desolation is 'telescoped' through more than one fulfillment. Therefore, when Bible commentators describe Antiochus Epiphenes and the sacrifice of swine on a Jewish altar as the 'abomination' (167 BC, Dan 11:31) they are quite right insofar as a precursor is concerned but it was not the final one. The latter part of the
Updated Jan 9th 2011 at 08:15 AM by Cyberseeker
A re-appraisal of the Abomination of Desolation
“So when you see the abomination of desolation spoken of by the prophet Daniel, standing in the holy place (let the reader understand), then let those who are in Judea flee to the mountains.” (Matthew 24:15-16)
Best efforts notwithstanding, the reader has not understood at all when it comes to the ‘Abomination of Desolation.’ The popular end-time scenario depicts an idol standing in a Jewish temple thus desecrating it, however
Updated Dec 26th 2010 at 09:48 PM by Cyberseeker