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Our Guest Stone Perry

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Perry: Let me show you something else here. I’m going to give you the apocalyptic vision which John saw, I’m going to explain it to ya. Then I’m going to show you where it is found in the Old Testament. Here again, um, this is something in all, in all the years I heard the Book of Revelation preached I just thought it was something John saw that was brand new, nobody saw any of it before, blah, blah, blah. Then I found out, wait a minute. Here it is. This is a, a real key for you to understand. What John is doing in, is John is showing you a summary of what all the Old Testament prophets predicted about the time of the end. Okay? Now when you understand that, the Book starts making sense. In other words, all those judgments are not new. These Old Testament prophets saw them coming. So what he does is he says okay— you’ve been reading what Ezekiel saw, you’ve been reading what Zechariah saw, you’ve been reading what Daniel saw, you’ve been reading about all this Isaiah the prophets for years. What God’s going to do now is show you how all that fits together. You got it now? Now when you— when that little nugget hits your mind all of a sudden you say, “Oh my goodness, that’s it!” So in other words, all of these judgments are nothing new. They were already predicted. All he does is give you the order of how they’re going to happen. He’s given you an order. See the prophets would get a, a picture. Oh my goodness! The sun’s going to be dark, the moon’s going to turn to blood— this and the other thing, and oh my God, the earth’s going to shake out of its place. And this one over here would talk about I saw the rivers dry up. But they don’t know when it’s going to happen. So John says it’s going to happen in a 7 year period and let me give you the order of it. Whooo! That’s good! Oh, my Lord! All right. Let me give you, let me give you the vision and I’m going to show you where it’s found in the Old Testament. Okay? First of all in Revelation chapter 12 and 1 there is a woman who is clothed with the sun, moon and stars. That original revelation is Joseph’s dream in Genesis 37:9 through 10. You can read it, read the two and it’s very parallel. So how do we interpret that woman? Who is that woman? Well people make that woman the church. Well if she’s the church who is she travailing with that’s going to rule the world with a rod of iron? Some say it was Mary and that Mary was travailing with Jesus. Actually the picture is Israel, who gave birth to the Messiah because if you keep reading the woman gets persecuted. All right? And that’s Israel being persecuted in the Tribulation. So in other words you go back to Joseph’s dream. He plainly will tell you that woman represents Israel. And it’s very simple, because the Bible interprets itself. I don’t want to say it’s simple— it took me about 3 years to put all this together. So it’s not, it’s not, it’s not as simple maybe as I’m, I’m  making it now (laughing). It’s, it’s simple once you break the Code I guess you could say. In the Book of Revelation chapter 11, verse 2, 13 and 5, it’s 42 months. It’s a 42 month timeframe, and it even says one place in the Book of Revelation “time, times and dividing of time.” Time is a year, times is two years, dividing of time is half a year. That’s where you get 42 months, 3 and a half years.

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