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lips.” In Hebrew there is a conjunction between these twoclauses that could be rendered “even,” which wouldexplain that the “choice food” omitted from Daniel’s dietwas “meat and wine.” 11 Daniel seems to have engagedin a semifast rather than refraining from eating all foodfor this three-week period. He may have existed on breadand water. “I used no lotions at all” means that Daniel“neglected the usual niceties of personal grooming, suchas fragrant oil on his hair or body.”1.The “lament” (or curse) proclaimed against Babylon the Greatin Revelation 18 was intended to bring hope and comfort tobelievers who read those words, not the least of whom being John’soriginal readers.2.According to Hindson, the first angel who proclaims the“eternal gospel” to all the earth (Revelation 14:6) indicates the
supernatural completion of the task of evangelism before thesecond coming of Christ.3.According to Revelation chapter 20, the lake of fire is thesecond death.4.In Revelation, the threefold witness of the angel, John, andJesus is intended to assure the reader of the validity andauthenticity of the prophecy of the Revelation.5.The seven trumpets do not follow the seventh seal, but theyare the seventh seal.6.According to Revelation 5:10, the redeemed Church of the LordJesus Christ shall reign with Him “from the heavens above.”7.A premillennial perspective of Revelation’s prophetic timelinehas the 7 year Tribulation period preceding the 1,000 millennialkingdom.8.The “beast from the sea” (Rev 13:1-10) and the “beast fromthe earth” (Rev 13:11-13) are two distinct individuals.9.The city of Laodicea is given rebuke for being “lukewarm.”10.The 144,000 have the name of the “beast” written on theirforeheads.11.In the New Jerusalem, God will dwell within his temple which isspecially recreated to fit the dimensions of the Temple built bySolomon.12.The church of Sardis is described as being “lukewarm,” but notas “dead.”13.The wedding supper of the Lamb coincides with the seventhtrumpet judgment from Revelation 16.14.According to Hindson, the cataclysmic description of thetrumpet judgments suggests nuclear war.15.According to Hindson, the scroll of Revelation 5 is best seen asa “title deed” or “divine contract” with the world.16.The “four horseman” of the apocalypse are a part of theimagery used in describing the first four seal judgments inRevelation 6:1-8.17.The “seven golden lampstands” of Revelation 1:12 representthe seven churches of Revelation 2 and 3.18.According to Hindson, the “great multitude” from Revelation7:9 are comprised of the church of Jesus Christ, persecuted,martyred, and betrayed down through the centuries of churchhistory.

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Term
Fall
Professor
EdHindson
Tags
Daniel, Christian eschatology, Apocalyptic literature, Book of Daniel, Edward Hindson

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