This content is part of a series.The Coming Holocaust (20 Of 52)
Book of Revelation Series
Dr. Stan Coffey
One of the most popular movies that has come out recently is a movie called Schindler's List. I have not seen the movie, but I have read many of the reviews about it. It deals with a Nazi who protected many of the Jews by employing them in his factory during World War II. He was not necessarily a religious man; he was just an example of how many times God takes unwilling participants and uses them to protect His people. This man, who had a lot of influence and power under the Nazi regime in World War II, was the salvation for many Jews who still survive. There is coming another holocaust for the Jews, the greatest holocaust in history. When you think of their history, there are many times when some powerful entity, some dictator, determined to destroy the Jews - going back to Pharaoh in Egypt who wanted to kill all the baby boys born to the Israelites in the land of Goshen. All of these great powerful people are a type of the Antichrist who is going to come. This lesson shows the magnitude of the holocaust during the tribulation time.
In Revelation 7 we have seen the suspension of judgment, the sealing of the 144,000. Following that we have seen in heaven those who are martyred for their faith and came out of tribulation. This tells us that even in judgment, God remembers mercy. Many of the great multitude who will be saved are Jewish people who will receive the preaching of their fellow Jews from the group of 144,000 that is sealed, divinely protected by God. I do not think anybody can study Revelation 8, however, and want to go through the tribulation time. We have never seen a time like it on the earth; Jesus said there will never be a time like it again. This describes what is coming in cataclysmic terms that are unmistakable. First of all, you have a silent prelude.
"And when he had opened the seventh seal, there was silence in heaven about the ...
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