Welcome to Decoding Revelation

on April 21, 2008 in Prophecy

We would just like to welcome you and thank you for coming to Decoding Revelation.

This site was created to give a fresh look at the book of Revelation.  There are some insights here which are not main stream, but can be supported Biblically.  It is our desire that those who read this will give it a fair review and study before dismissing or accepting what is said here.


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10 Responses to “Welcome to Decoding Revelation”

  1. Chris says:

    This is just what I needed to help me understand all the different prophecies and how they fit together


  2. Rebecca says:

    I read this entire site. Wow! I am preparing myself for Jesus’ return. But, being raised Methodist, attending Evangelical, and now delighting in the beauty and solemnity of Catholicism, I was very surprised to read “What Does Your Pastor Believe?” I believe all those things listed. I thought EVERY Christian did!! Thanks for opening my eyes!!

    I consider myself to be one of the 144,000!!!! And I’m ready!!!!

  3. happygator says:

    Interesting reading and it was nice meeting you tonight


    John Firth

  4. LIsa says:

    I love your site!!! but I would like to ask you three questions that I’m currently looking into.
    Do you believe the antichrist is here? Do you believe in a rapture? Ten plagues of Egypt looks a lot like the plagues in Revelation. any comment on this?

  5. admin says:

    Every generation points the finger at someone being the Antichrist. The Bible warns us of a False Prophet and no one will know for sure until it happens. Now, I do find it interesting that Islam is looking for Jesus, their prophet, to return and destroy all the Jews and Christians. During the great tribulation this is exactly what happens. The Bible says Jerusalem will be taken over for 42 months and then the Antichrist goes after the Christians and many of them are beheaded

  6. admin says:

    I believe in “The Day Of The Lord”
    The phrase “the day of the Lord” is used nineteen times in the Old Testament (Isaiah 2:12; 13:6, 9; Ezekiel 13:5, 30:3; Joel 1:15, 2:1,11,31; 3:14; Amos 5:18,20; Obadiah 15; Zephaniah 1:7,14; Zechariah 14:1; Malachi. 4:5) and four times in the New Testament (Acts 2:20; 2 Thessalonians 2:2; 2 Peter 3:10). It is also alluded to in other passages (Revelation 6:11; 6:17; 16:14).

  7. bruce says:

    read the quran the torah and the aramaic bible (which is the original language of jesus) and find out some bazzar contrasts between them ,very enlighting to say the least

  8. Boka says:

    I Like your site,please which one is your doctrin?
    what is the meaning of number (12) ?

  9. teshanna says:

    I just found this caus Im doing some reseach on the end of days and after read this I went did some google searching and found out alot thing that are fitting in to place now.

  10. jason says:

    Hello my name is Jason Stanton host of a paranormal radio show on the web. I would like to do a show on the religouse aspects of the end of time and would like for you to be a guest to help my viewers gain you perspective thank you

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