by Ernest Easley

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Satan's Superman from the Sea (24 of 40)
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
Revelation 13:1-10
March 16, 2003

The more I discover what will be taking place on planet earth after the church, the born again, have been caught up to be forever with the Lord, the more relieved I am to know that I won't be here!

You put it down: You don't want to be left behind when Jesus comes for His church! If you think that today's world scene is a mess, just wait until after the influence of the church is gone. For 2000 years the church of Jesus Christ has slowed down the moral decay as the "salt of the earth." But when the salt is removed, this world will quickly rot. And frankly, I believe it is already beginning to smell!

And it is that decay that I want to talk to you about this morning. So join me in GOD'S SPECIAL BOOK OF BLESSING, the apocalypse, the unveiling, the uncovering of the person of Jesus. And of course, I am talking about the book of Revelation.

We come this morning to chapter 13. Now chapter 12 ends with Satan losing a battle in heaven and being cast to the earth. That will take place about 3 1/2 years into those 7 years of tribulation.

We read in 12:17, "And the dragon (the Devil) was enraged with the woman (nation of Israel) and he went to make war with the rest of her offspring (Jewish people), who keep the commandments of God (the Law) and have the testimony of Jesus Christ (grace)."

As a result of the preaching of the 144,000 Jewish evangelists along with those two witnesses, many Jews will be saved. They will have the testimony of Jesus! And those saved Jews will face the wrath of the Devil.

Chapter 12 will take place in Heaven. But when you come to chapter 13, the scene will be on earth. And it's here we are introduced to Satan's Superman from the Sea. He is the Anti-Christ. He is Satan in the flesh. He will be the visible expression of the invisible Satan. He will be a political genius. He ...

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