Islam – The Anti-Christ and the 144,000 – Revelation 15

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Daniel 9:27 and the book of Revelation makes it abundantly clear, that to live in a world ruled by Islam and Jerusalem, is to live in a world ruled by Satan. In the new world order, Islam and Jerusalem will enter a business arrangement to rule the world. The Ten Toes of Satan is the Ten Islamic Nation along the Great River Euphrates. The seven heads of Satan, is the seven mountains upon which Jerusalem sits. In the End Time Islam and Jerusalem will unite to blaspheme the glorious name of Jesus of Nazareth.

As the 144,000 stand on the victory sea of transparent gold, the seven angels prepared the seven last plagues, filled the wrath of God. The 144,000, having the victory over the Anti-Christ; over Islam; and over the earthly Jerusalem, sing the song of Moses, and the song of Jesus. As the 144,000 are singing they see the body of the Righteous Revelation of God. The 144,000 see the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony in heaven. And as in the earthly tabernacle of Moses; the place where Jesus dwells is filled with the smoke of the glory of the praises of the 144,000. The Temple was filled with smoke of the glory and power of God. No one was able to enter into the temple, till the seven plagues of the seven angels were fulfilled. (Rev 15:1-8).

The 144,000, is what the church is. It is the model Christian Church. Every Christian congregation must model itself after the 144,000. The 144,000 show believers how to pray. The 144,000 show believers how to sing. The 144,000 show believers how to worship Jesus. The 144,000 show believers the importance of the Ten Commandments in bearing witness concerning the resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth. Believers do not need to look to Gentile church leaders to know how to worship and praise Jesus. Believers do not need to look to Gentile church leaders to know how to teach and preach the message of salvation. Believers do not need Gentile scholars, seminaries, and bible colleges to teach us the doctrine of the Christian Church. Believers do not need religious denominations and church fellowship groups, because denominations are human dung. Denominations are the voodoo of human imagination. Denominations are the stuff out of which Balaam and ministry of the false prophet is made. Jesus holds up believers, the 144,000 as the example of the true believer. Believers must aspire to be like the 144,000.

Moses was instructed to make all things according to the pattern show in heaven. The Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony in heaven is the dwelling place of the Ten Commandments. Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony in heaven dwelling place of the Word of God. This is our first biblical proof that Jesus is the incarnation of the Ten Commandments. Jesus is the incarnation of the word of God. Moses made a Tabernacle for Testimony on earth. In the Tabernacle for Testimony on the earth Moses installed the Ark of the Covenant, and placed in the ark the Ten Commandments. Moses placed the Ten Commandments in an ark made for the Testimony of God. Moses placed the ark in a tabernacle. The ark of the Ten Commandments resided in the tabernacle of witness and is the written revelation of the righteous will of God. Jesus of Nazareth is the tent for the tabernacle of the revelation of the righteous will of God in heaven. The flesh and bones of Jesus, is the word of God. The flesh and bones of Jesus, is the Ten Commandments. The flesh and bones of Jesus, is the revelation of the righteous will of God made flesh for the purpose of redemption. (Ex 27:21; 29:4; Lev 1:1; Num 1:1; Exod 16:34; 25:21; 31:18; 32:15; 40:24).

In Revelation 3 the angels and Elders worship Jesus and revelation 4 Jesus takes the book of the judgment and wrath of God. In Revelation 7, Jesus protects the 144,000 from the wrath and judgment of God. In Revelation 8 the 144,000 offer sweet prayers to Jesus, and he pours Judgment into the earth. In Revelation 12, the 144,000 is victorious over Satan by the blood and preaching of Jesus. In Revelation 14, the 144,000 sing the song of Moses and the Lamb, and the angels thrust his sickle into the earth and annihilate those who worship the beast. So here again in Revelation 15, as the 144,000 sing the victory song of Moses and the Lamb, seven angels prepare themselves to smite the earth with the wrath and judgment of almighty God. This is a terrible time for those who worship the beast. The wrath of God is upon all unrighteous, lawbreaking humanity, because the violated the divinity of Jesus Christ.

When the saints praise and worship Jesus, in accordance with the Ten Commandments, and resurrection of Christ, God remembers the death and agony of Jesus of Nazareth. God remembers the price he paid to redeem men from death, hell and the lake of fire. When the saints rejoice in Jesus Christ, God remembers the price he paid for sins and transgressions. He remembers that He poured out His soul unto death. God remembers that man was but flesh, and that there was no savior. He wrought salvation with His own arm. He remembers that there was none with him. God remembers that in His death on the cross he was alone, and that all His strength abandoned Him. God looked and wondered why there no redeemer. God wondered why there was no savior, so God took it upon Himself to walk to the cross, in flesh and blood and give His soul as a ransom for many. God allowed himself to be taken by wicked hands and be crucified. God, came in human flesh, and took upon himself the form of a servant. God emptied himself of divine glory to make himself available to death to rescue the children of Jacob from destruction. When hears the praises of the saints, He remembers why he died. He remembers the purpose of pain and the agony. He is reminded of the joy He it has brought to the Mt Zion. It reminds Him of the pain he endures and joy He has with the saints. It also recalls in His mind, the wrath of God stored up for the wicked. He remembers that the righteous repented of sin and availed themselves of His Love, Grace, and mercy.

Then God turns his face to the wicked in the earth, and sees them worshipping the Satan and the Anti-Christ. He sees the False Prophet turning the soul of man against Christ; and it provokes him to wrath. He remembers that there is a residue of wrath which must be meted out to those who worship the beast. He remembers to pour out upon them His wrath, because they persecuted the Church with their and grotesque lifestyle. He remembered that the Church was offended every day with worship of the beast; and jealousy against them rises in his face.

In Revelation 15, the saints are encouraged Look unto Jesus who is the author and perfector of our faith. Look unto Jesus because Jesus is in the heavenly sanctuary. Jesus is in the heavenly tent of witness. Jesus is the tent of witness making intercession for us. Jesus is poised to strike the earth with the seven last plagues, but before he does so, it prays for the saints. He receives the prayer, praise and worship of the saints. Jesus is in the inner sanctuary reciting His work of redemption. Reciting His ministry of reconciliation. As Jesus is praying, the angels smite the earth with seven last plagues. As the saints worship Jesus while he is in the tent of witness, the seven angels smite the earth with the seven last plagues, because they have despised the law of Moses, and have trodden under foot the Son of God, and have counted the blood of the covenant, wherewith he was sanctified, an unholy thing, and have done despite unto the Spirit of grace; wherefore they are worthy of the punishment of the seven last plagues. Hebrews 10:29.

Let us Look at Jesus, who is set down at the right hand of the throne of God. Let us look at Jesus, who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame. Let us look at Jesus that endured the contradiction of sinners against himself. Let us look at Jesus, lest ye be wearied and faint in your minds. As we resist Satan and strive against sin, let us look at Jesus. (Heb 12:2-4)

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