by Stan Coffey

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666 - Monstrous Computer To Enslave The World (29 Of 52)
Book of Revelation Series
Dr. Stan Coffey
Revelation 13:1-10

This lesson begins a section that leads to the battle of Armageddon. We come to the time
known as the Great Tribulation, forty-two months of persecution of the Jews and the believers of the tribulation time. We will see the hideous beast out of the sea. This will be the world's last dictator. He is referred to as The Beast. But when he comes on the scene, he does not appear as a hideous beast but as a very attractive, wise, powerful, charismatic, oratorical leader. He is able to capture the minds and hearts of men as Hitler captured the youth of Germany prior to World War II. Old newsreels demonstrate how Hitler was able to whip the multitudes into a frenzy and get them excited about his Nazi doctrine. The Antichrist will be able to do the same thing when he comes.

Revelation 13:1-10 tells us about the coming of The Beast. In Revelation 13:16-18 we find that he is going to control the world by monitoring the movements of every individual human being on the face of the earth. He will do this through modern technology. We have the technology today. Our generation is the first one that has actually possessed the technology to monitor the movements of human beings on the face of the earth. No doubt this will be by some kind of monstrous computer. Brussels, Belgium, reportedly has the largest computer in the world. They call it The Beast. Now whether it is or not, it is symbolic of the kind of technology that it will take to monitor the movements of every person on earth. Its memory bank will know the number, the record, and the history of every living person. Each person will be given a number, and the prefix of the number will be 666 - the mark of the beast. Those who will not receive the number will not be able to trade in society or obtain health care, jobs, or benefits. They will be excluded from society, and many of t ...

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