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DOWNLOAD: FREE PDF Preface: Completely understand Revelation in 5 minutes Intro 1: Ezekiel Decodes Revelation Intro 2: Jerusalem = Babylon, Sodom, Egypt, The Harlot Intro 3: Coins, Dead Sea Scrolls & Song of Sabbath Sacrifice Intro 4: Moses Sunset Clause & the extinction of Judaism Intro 5: The role of Archeology in understanding Revelation Intro 6: Days of Messiah 1 The book of Revelation is the easiest book in the Bible to understand that is of course if you were a Jew living in Jerusalem in AD 66.
The overarching theme of the book of Revelation is the extinction of physical Mosaic Judaism with the destruction of the Jerusalem Temple as the final phase of fulfilment of Jeremiah .
Pilate knew Jesus was innocent and that the Rabbis wanted Him killed out of envy.
Pilate did everything in his power to save Jesus from the Jews by publicly pronouncing Him innocent, flogging as a substitute for death, circumventing the leaders by offering a prisoner exchange to the masses and finally a public washing his hands of guilt.
Since the book of Revelation uses the identical symbolic apocalyptic language as Ezekiel, it should be obvious then, that Revelation is describing the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70.
In both Ezekiel and Revelation, symbolic language describes the actual physical event of the destruction of Jerusalem.
This was all designed by the Holy Spirit who, word for word, inspired both of the prophets Ezekiel and apostle John.
This echoes the six trials before the crucifixion of Christ where the first three Jewish trials judged Jesus guilty and the last three Roman trials judged Him innocent.Revelation is judgement upon Jews first, then Romans However, Pilate permitted innocent Jesus to be crucified and Nero persecuted Christians for 42 months (AD 64-68) so the Book of Revelation also punishes the Roman Empire.In both 587 BC and AD 70, God punishes Babylonians and Romans for their participation in destroying the city.Revelation follows and borrows from Ezekiel, chapter by chapter in the second destruction of AD 70.While all commentators are aware of Johns use of Ezekiel in Revelation, the author is the first (to his knowledge) to identify Johns direct sequential thought for thought borrowing, dependence and synchronism with Ezekiel.