The Accuser Of The Brethren by Dr. Ed Young



Revelation 11:19 - 12:17

Let's bow for prayer together.

Speak to us in this hour of worship, 0 Lord. Take out of the way all
those things that distract us from centering our thoughts totally upon
Thee. Give us in this hour unusual ability to concentrate upon divine
things. 0 Lord, we ask that Thou would give us insight we do not
possess, wisdom that is beyond our years and experiences. Lord, You
speak. Just let me get out of the way so that Thy word and Thy holy and
divine message might not only be heard, may it be received, understood
and incorporated into our lifestyles. For we make this prayer through
Jesus Christ, our living Lord. Amen.
I want to begin by making a confession. I told you something last week
that was not true. I said that in my opinion the eleventh chapter of
the book of Revelation was the most difficult chapter in the book of
Revelation for anybody to understand. I was in error. Have you looked
at the twelfth chapter? I'm telling you, at first blush, it is mind
man asked me th-iq w@ek what, L w@ iirp-achina- on. And I said,
"Revelation, chapter number 12." And he said, "Well, how are you going
to deal with it?" I said, "The outline is very simple: the woman, the
war, the woe." He said, "You know, I didn't know Revelation had a great
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deal to say about marriage." And I said, "No, it's about something
el se. "

For those uninitiated to our study of Revelation, you may be in trouble
today, but I hope we can bring you up to date rapidly. We have been
dealing with the tribulation period, the time in which God is reversing
the curse that is upon all of mankind and all of His cre ...

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