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Chapter breakupV 1-3 summaryV 4-6 1st resurrectionV 7-10 serpents head bruisedV 11-15 2nd deathMega things Great voice 1:10; 5:2,12, tribulation 2:22, sword 6:4, earthquake 6:12; 11:13; 16:18, wind 6:13, day 6:14,17, mountain 8:8; 21:10 star 8:10, furnace 9:2, river 9:14; 16:2, city 11:8; 14:8;16:19; 17:18; 18:10,16,18,19, fear 11:11, voices 11:15, power 11:17; 18:1, small & Great 11:18, hail 11:19; 16:21, wonder/s 12:1; 13:3, red dragon 12:3, wrath 12:12, eagle 12:14, authority 13:2, thunder 14:2, cry 14:18, winepress 14:19, heat 16:9, whore 17:1; 19:2, admiration 17:6, millstone 18:21. white throne 20:11, wall 21:11.Christ and the SaintsRev 10:1 the rainbowed angelRev 18:1 Angel who lightens the earth with his glory.Rev 21:2,10 - BrideThe power of sinwho will bind the dragon or sin-power for a thousand years.
The Christadelphian : Volume 6. 2001, p.360
The power of sinThe first part of the work is to restrain sin, apocalyptically styled binding the Dragon, the Old Serpent; who is designated also by the words diabolos and satanas; the former being rendered devil, and the latter left untranslated. The Christadelphian : Volume 10, 2001, p.485
The power of sinWe see from these hints that diabolos, or that having the power of death, appears in divers parts of Scripture in a sort of personal manifestation. The personality, however, is not that of a single individual; but the personification of a power in man, and in society antagonist to God and His people. .
The Christadelphian : Volume 10. 1873. p.486.
I Cor 15:54-56SERPENTSTING/BITESINDEATHDevilDiabolo = to cut or throw acrossGod says thou shalt surely dieDiabolos says thou shalt NOT surely dieSatan
" bound him a thousand years "DeceiveMarch against GodSurround the holy cityGathered for battleTravel the world against GodKilled saintsSummary of rebellionLittle seasonII Cor 4:17 for our light affliction, which is but for a momentHeb 2:10 - described as a few daysI Pet 5:10 after you have suffered a whileI Pet 1:6 heaviness for a season. Shared AuthorityJohn 5:27 Given Christ authority to execute judgment.Rev 20:4 judgment given to the saints.Dan 7:22 judgment given to the saints of the most high.Psm 149:9 execute judgment honour of saints.I Cor 6:2 saints to judge the world.MILLENNIUMThe resurrection of the righteousThe resurrection of the righteous who die in the 1000yrsThe rest of the dead correct viewThe rest of the dead wrong viewMILLENNIUMThe resurrection of the righteousThe resurrection of the wicked over the last 7000 years.They came to life and reigned with Christ for a thousand years. (The rest of the dead did not come to life until the thousand years were ended). This is the first resurrection. Blessed and holy is the one that shares in the first resurrection. Over such the second death has no powerParenthesisThe First ResurrectionLuk 20:36; Phil 3:11 The resurrection of the deadLuk 14:14 the resurrection of the justJhn 5:29 the resurrection of lifeHeb 11:35 a better resurrection
First resurrection summarySome partake of the life of the First resurrection at the beginning of the millennium and some at the end... (as the 2nd death is also meted at the beginning and end).Both groups are blessed and holy.Only those at the beginning reign for a 1000yrs.
The first deathGen 3:19 for dust thou art and unto dust thou shalt returnEcc 3:19-20 what happens to the beasts is the sameall go to one place.Psm 89:48 What manshall not see deathRom 5:12 and so death passed upon all men for that all have sinnedI Cor 15:21-22 for since by man came deathfor as in Adam all dieHeb 9:27 it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment
The 1st death is Gods condemnationSinnersLke 15:18-20, 24,32 my son was dead but is aliveJhn 5:21 father raises up the (morally) deadEph 2:1-6 dead in tresspasses & sins, dead in sins.Col 2:13 dead in sinsI Tim 5:6 she that liveth in pleasure is dead while she livethTherefore all under the first death2nd Death calledJhn 5:29 the resurrection of condemnationDan 12:2-3 shame & everlasting contemptMatt 25:41-46 everlasting punishmentRev 20:14 the lake of fireThe 2nd Death is Christs condemnationThe throne in RevelationRev 4:2 a throne was set in heaven, and one sat on the throne. Rev 4:9 And when those beasts give glory and honour and thanks to him that sat on the throneRev 4:10 The four and twenty elders fall down before him that sat on the throneRev 5:1 And I saw in the right hand of him that sat on the throne a book Rev 19:4 And the four and twenty elders and the four beasts fell down and worshipped God that sat on the throne, saying, Amen; Alleluia. The throne in RevelationIt is the same throne in Dan 7 before whom the books were opened to judge the nations and from which proceeded the stream of fire that ignites the lake of fire.It is the white throne and very glorious (Mt 25:31-32,41).Set up at the same time as (Dan 2:35)Summaryfirst resurrection = the only escape from the condemnation of mortality that God passed on all.second death = the condemnation of Christ, either at the commencement or at the end of the millennium.There is no 2nd resurrectionMicrocosm Gen 19Rev 20Sin unrestrainedSin loosedCompassed house aboutCompassed camp of saintsFrom every quarter (extremity)From four quartersFire from Yahweh out of heavenFire from heaven5 cities Completely destroyedSin completely destroyed