Gilbert House Fellowship #159: Revelation 19-22

WE REACH the end of the New Testament this week. The Revelation of John concludes with final judgments against Satan, the Beast, Death, Hades, and all whose names are not written in the Book of Life.

We also discuss the thousand-year imprisonment of Satan, whether the war led by Gog of Magog in Revelation 20 is the same one prophesied by Ezekiel, and speculate on the shape of the new Jerusalem — cube or pyramid?

Sharon’s new supernatural thriller Blood Lies: Book One of The Redwing Saga is now available! Click here to order Blood Lies in paperback, and click here to buy Blood Lies as a Kindle e-book.

Derek’s new book The Great Inception: Satan’s PSYOPs from Eden to Armageddon is the #1 New Release in Christian Prophecy at Amazon! For free samples, click here for a series of articles drawn from material in the book, or click here for a series of short (5-10 minute) videos based on the book.


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2 Responses to Gilbert House Fellowship #159: Revelation 19-22

  1. Dana Laprade

    Hi! I have a question…I am having a hard time false prophets. How do I know for sure who is and who is not a false prophet with I listen to the gospel? It is so hard to interpret the bible sometimes and when I listen to other preachers preach straight from the bible, how do/will I know the translation they are preaching is true and not of a false prophet?

    Thank you for your time in regard. I found your website by listening to Coast to Coast and you were on 11/21/19

    • Hi, Dana: Thanks for your question! The biblical test of a prophet is simple: If a prophet says, “Thus says the Lord,” or, “The Lord spoke to me and said…” and they’re wrong, then they’re a false prophet.

      Now, if you’re asking how you can tell if someone is correctly preaching the gospel: That’s trickier, because there are a lot of differences of interpretation over smaller points of doctrine that haven’t been settled yet after 2,000 years. However, as long as a pastor or teacher believes that salvation is by grace through faith and Jesus Christ, and nothing else, we can differ over the smaller stuff without having to break off friendships.

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