Revelation Simplified 01: The Four Horses in Torah

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Welcome to Nazarene Israel. My name is
Norman Willis and I’m the apostle for the restoration of the original first
century faith and in this video series we’d like to do a crash course on
revelation, we call revelation simplified. In this first part, we’re going to talk
about the four horses of the Apocalypse as they show up in the Torah of Moshe
what’s called the Laws of Moses or more accurately we’re gonna talk about the
four horses as they show up in the book of Genesis. And this might raise some
eyebrows, people might say: Where do you get the four horses of the Apocalypse in
the book of Genesis, the four horses show up in Revelation? Well, we’re gonna take a
look in passages such as Isaiah chapter 46 and verse 10, we’re told that:
Yahweh declares the end from the beginning, And from ancient
times things which are not yet done… And one of the things that prophecy students
understand is that the first five books of Moses, and in particular the book of
Genesis, contain prophecies and they also establish patterns, things which will
repeat themselves again and again and again as we go through Scripture. Now
this crash course on Revelation Simplified is designed at least in part
to help you understand the news. So, if those of you who were subscribed to the
Nazarene Revelation Newsletter it’s going to help you understand the news as
it’s playing out today. But this is only a small part of the details that we
cover in the full study Revelation and the End Times, which you can read for
free on the website You can also download a PDF copy for free or
if you’re a paperback person you can order a paperback copy at our cost from And in this first section, we’re also going to show several things
about the migrations of the tribes. Now, there’s some beliefs out there that do
some strange things with the migrations, this is not a british Israel hypothesis
but what we show or one of many things that we show in the Nazarene Israel Study is
how today’s Christians descend from the biblical Patriarch Joseph, and his two
sons. And, again, this has nothing to do with race, this simply shows the
mechanic about how these things came about historically and if you have questions
for details on that I highly recommend the Nazarene Israel Study.
So, when we get into the next part we’re gonna talk about the first four seals
and how it the first four seals there’s released a horse of a different color.
The first horse, we’ll talk about this in the next part as well, but the first
horse that’s released is a white horse. And we’re gonna see that this represents
the descendants of the biblical Patriarch Joseph. Then, we’re gonna see
also released at the second seal, we’re gonna see a red horse and we’re gonna
see how this represents the descendants of the biblical Esau who is spiritually
now he dwells in Rome. And then, the black horse, we’re gonna see
represents the descendants of Judah or what’s called the Jews today and the
green horse, the King James version reads pale but the green horse represents the
descendants of Ishmael, Abraham’s first son. So, we want to back up just a little
bit, we want to get the full scope of these things. So, we’re gonna take a look
at Genesis chapter 5 in verse 32 and Genesis 5 in verse 32 tells us that: When
Noach or Noah was five hundred years old, he begot Shem, and Ham, and also Yepheth. Now, these three were the sons of Noah. So, Shem populated the Middle East and then he also traveled east, his descendants went east, so, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan, India,
China, Japan, crossing land bridge into the Americas North and South America,
these are all at least the genetic descendants, they’re primarily shemites.
Ham, the name means hot and so Ham went south into Africa where the climate is
hotter and then Yepheth, we know traveled north into Europe. We take a
look at the name Yepheth it’s Strong’s Old Testament 3315: Yepheth; and it refers
to expansion. So, that is a characteristic of the Yephethites people, is they tend to expand. So, we take a look historically at the white Christian empires of Europe and their expansion,
this is not necessarily a function of them being Christian, this is a function
of them being Yephethites and then spreading to the new world
establishing colonies and of course there was a time when the sun never set,
on the British Empire. But let’s take a look at some of the prophecies in
Genesis 9 and verse 27, we see one of the farthest reaching prophecies ever
uttered. So, this is where Genesis 9 and verse 27
Noach says: May Elohim (or God) enlarge Yepheth (his name already means expansive), and may he dwell in the tents of Shem; And may Canaan be his servant. So, what
he’s talking about here in context about dwelling in the tents of Shem, he
saying that, in context, we’re talking about the middle east and we’re talking
about a day when the descendants both, physical and prophetic, of the Yephethites are going to return back home to the
land of Israel and they’re going to dwell in the Middle East.
Now, some people tie this to what Yeshua says at Matthew chapter 8 and verse 11
when Yeshua says: And I say to you that many will come from east and west, and
sit down with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in the kingdom of heaven. He says: But the
sons of the Kingdom will be cast out into the outer darkness where there will be
weeping and gnashing of teeth. So, in context, what we’re talking about is
there will be a time when those who are presently dwelling in the kingdom in the
land of Israel, which is our Orthodox Jewish brethren right now. There’s gonna
be a series of devastating wars over there and after this series of
devastating wars, which we’re going to talk about in later portions of this
video, after this series of devastating wars, then the sons of Joseph are going
to return from east and west and sit down in the kingdom with Abraham, Isaac,
and Jacob, those who believe on Yeshua. So, before we talk about that, first thing we
want to do is we want to talk about a basic history of the Patriarchs and by
Patriarchs we mean Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. So, Abraham’s first
son was named Ishmael and Ishmael was the son of Hagar, was
Sarai’s or Sarah’s handmaiden. And we know that Yahweh loves Ishmael
and, right now, it’s a very difficult thing because Ishmael is tied to Islam
and Islam is associated with a lot of damage it’s happening all around the
world. But, we know that Yahweh loves Ishmael, we’re gonna take a closer look
at this as we go through and continue through this video series. For example, in
Genesis chapter 21 and verse 20, we read: So Elohim was with the lad (Elohim was
with Ishmael and you don’t you’re not with someone unless you love them); it
says: And he grew and dwelt in the wilderness and became an archer. So, when
talk about the wilderness we’re talking about the wilderness of Paran and the
wilderness of Paran is in the Saudi Arabian Peninsula, it’s where… it’s
south of the Land of Israel, Israel’s in the upper left-hand corner of this image
and it’s where Mecca and Medina are located, it’s widely considered to be the
cradle of Islam and, as we’re going to see later, this is where the green horse
arose, so it’s interesting. Now, we see that this is where Ishmael moved to and
we’re also gonna see how Ishmael’s wife was taken from Egypt that’ll tie in
later, but this is also where Muhammad later gave rise to Islam, so Ishmael
moved in and then later this is the location where Muhammad arises, and the
Muslims are very aware of this linkage. So, as we’ll see later especially in part
two of this video, that’s the green horse. So, continuing on, in Genesis 25 and verse
21 and also just to throw it in the part about Ishmael being an archer, he was or
Ishmael was very strong with actual archery weapons back in the Middle Ages
today they tend to use more missiles but again we’re still talking about
projectile weapons. So, continuing on to Esau, in Genesis 25 and verse 21, says: Isaac
pleaded with Yahweh for his wife, because she was barren; and Yahweh granted his
plea, and Rebekah his wife conceived. But the children (verse 22) But the
children struggled together within her (the word in Hebrew “Ratsats” it means
literally they’re trying to break each other apart, they’re literally
trying to break each other in pieces); And so she said, “if all
is well, why am i this way?” So she went to inquire of Yahweh. Verse 23: And Yahweh
said to her: Two nations (he’s talking about Esau and Yaakov) The two nations
are in your womb, and Two peoples shall be separated from your body; one people
shall be stronger than the other, and the older (in this case referring to Esau)
shall serve the younger. So, what we know is that the older Esau is going to end
up serving Jacob and we’ll see that Jacob gives birth to Judah and Joseph
the Patriarchs of the Jews and also of the Christians. So, verse 24: So when the
days were fulfilled for Rebecca, for her to give birth, indeed there were twins in
her womb. Verse 25: And the first (Esau) came out red. He was like a hairy
garment all over; so they called his name Esau. And this is what in Hebrew is known
as a Remez or a hint, so Esau came out red and we’ll see
later that he saw represents the red horse. So, verse 26: Afterward his brother
came out, and his hand took hold of Esau’s heel; so his name was called
Yaakov. And in Hebrew being Yaakov means he shall grasp the heel. So, one of the
problems is that Esau being older was heir to the birthright or the kingship
but Esau despised the birthright, so he despised the duties of the kingship he
didn’t care about them and this is a problem because whoever is in office,
whoever’s in power in a certain nation, it has everything to say about the
success or failure of that nation, and Esau didn’t care about the success or
failure of the nation, he was more into hunting and fishing and doing his own
thing. So, Yaakov it was right for him to do this in Genesis 25 and verse 31,
Yaakov traded Esau out of the birthright, just simply for a bowl of
stew or pottage. So, it says: Yaakov said, “Sell me your
birthright as of this day”. And because Esau didn’t care about the birthright he
traded it away, that’s all well and good. Now, the problem comes in is if the
birthright and the blessing go together. Now, the blessing is the financial
blessings and all sorts of other blessings that are needed in order when
you’re in the kingship, because the kingship requires more resources in
order to take care of the job effectively. So, Rebekah,
Yaakov’s mother, effectively puts Yaakov up to deceiving his father
out of the blessing that his father Isaac was going to give to Esau. So, we
read about it in the story in Genesis chapter 27 in verse 24, so Isaac said: Are
you really my son Esau? And Yaakov said: I am. So, there was a deception that took
place and because Yaakov deceived, he also was deceived, in the matter of his
wives, in the matter of his wages, with Lavan and in all sorts of other matters
because Yaakov deceived he also was deceived. So, and there were other
problems with this, as well Esau was not happy. So, in Genesis 27 and verse 41 we
read that: Esau hated Yaakov because of the blessing with which his father
blessed him, and so Esau said in his heart, “The days of mourning for my father
are at hand; then I will kill my brother Yaakov”. So, anger is the color of red, so
again, we see the red horse. But, Esau… Yaakov would dwell, Yaakov being the
father of Judah and Joseph, Yaakov children would dwell in the Land of
Israel because he’s with who the promise came from. Esau, for his part, dwelt in
Mount Seir, which is in southwestern Jordan and it’s north of the wilderness
of Paran, which we just saw, so basically, you might say Mount Seir
was halfway in between the wilderness of Paran where Ishmael dwelt and the Land
of Israel. And some people might say that this is one of the reasons why the Pope
tries to play an intermediary role in between Christian, Jews,
and the Muslims is because he dwells, so to speak, halfway in between
the two camps and later, in this series in part two and other places, we’re gonna
see how today the spirit of Esau lives on but lives on
in the Vatican City in Rome. So, that’s the green and red horses and
now, we’re gonna talk about the black and white horses. So, Yaakov then had 12 sons
by his four wives. So, Leah gave birth to a very special son
by the name of Judah, who is the Patriarch of the Jews as we know them
today. Sometimes, people think of the Jews as being all 12
tribes, but that’s not correct. Israel is all 12 tribes, Judah is only
two or perhaps three of the tribes, but, they have a special role, they’re the
leader of one of what’s called the two houses, we’ll talk about in just a moment.
Rachel also gave birth to a special son by the name of Joseph and as we’ve
already talked about Joseph, he was the forerunner of the Christian people’s and
we’ll talk a little bit more about that coming up. But, we’re
gonna see a very special relationship go on between Judah and
Joseph, some very special, and Jude is not always very kind. He’s not always very
ethical towards Joseph. And Joseph is not always as wise, at least in his early
years, he’s not as wise toward Judah as he will be in his later years. But, there
comes a point of time in the book where Judas sells Joseph into slavery in Egypt.
Now, Egypt we know is a type of the world or the world system, and this is a
prophetic foreshadowing of how Judah, would also kill the Messiah and send his
disciples out into the world which, again, the world is a type of Egypt. So, they
would go out into the world then in order to seek out the lost and scattered
children of Joseph and his two sons. So, while Joseph is there in Egypt he
begets two sons. The oldest son’s name is Manasseh and as we show in the Nazarene
Israel study at least at one level and there’s more levels, there’s more than
one level but at least at one of the levels, Manasseh represents the United
Kingdom, the remains of the British Empire. And the younger son is gonna
represent… The younger son’s name is Ephram or Ephraim and at least at one
level he represents the United States of America. Now, there’s a global
Ephraimites movement and there’s, again, there’s many more levels, the
Ephraimites movement is worldwide, but we’ll talk more about that as we go. But, to
look at this in the Torah, in the book of Genesis in Genesis 41 and verse 51:
Yosef called the name of the firstborn Manasseh: For Elohim has made me forget
(the name Manasseh means refers to forgetting); For Elohim has made me forget
all my toil and all my father’s house. Well, Manasseh forgot his toil because
the Industrial Revolution for all intents and purposes got underway in
England, so it made Manasses life much easier that way. And he also forgot his
father’s house in that we can see a lot of anti-semitic comments and activity
taking place in England and in the United Kingdom. So again, so here’s Manasseh, and his name means to forget, but notice it also
refers to the tribe descended from him his physical descendants and also his
territory. Now, the name in Genesis 41 in verse 52: The name of
the second son, Yosef called Ephraim, for he says: For Elohim has
caused me to be fruitful in the land of my affliction. So, we look this name up Ephrayim and it’s Strong’s Old Testament 669. Now, it’s a dual of the masculine
form of 672, which we’ll see in just a moment, and it means double fruit or
doubly fruitful. So, we take a look at this reference at 672 and we see it’s “Ephraath”.
So, Ephrayim is related to Ephraath and “Ephraath” means fruitfulness, but it’s
also another name for Bethlehem, and we know that Rachel died giving birth to
Benjamin in Bethlehem Ephrathah, so that in fact there’s a number of things that
we can take a look at with regards to Bethlehem and it’s being a place of
fruitfulness those were the fruitful ones come forth. So, Bethlehem Ephrathah
is where Rachel died giving birth to Benjamin, Rachel we know is also the
mother of Joseph. King David was born there. The King of Kings,
Messiah Yeshua was also born there and we know that Yeshua
was sent for the sons of Joseph and Joseph sons included Ephraim and
Manasseh. So, just a very interesting link between the Messiah and bearing fruit
and we know that the Messiah has some parables about the fig trees that do and
do not bear fruit and this kind of a thing. But, there’s a sequence of eight
nations and we’re gonna see this sequence, again, many many times.
There’s a sequence of eight nations that will plague and afflict the nation of Israel.
And the first of these is Egypt and we take a look at Egypt, Israel went into
Egypt for 430 years. At the end of that time, Moshe or Moses, brought the children
of Israel out of Egypt, and Joshua or Yehoshua or Yeshua,
same name as the Messiah, brought them into the Land of Israel. And
after this, we had a period of some 480 years called the era of judges. Now, we’re
gonna see some very important things about this but, again, pertain to Judah
and Joseph. So, we’re gonna see two tribes in the South, it’s gonna be the tribe of
Judah and the tribe of Benjamin, it’s very important tribes and some also
number Levi and with them because that’s where the temple was. But then, in the
north we’re gonna see ten tribes, we’re gonna focus on them for a little bit.
We’re gonna see that these 10 tribes are known as the house of Israel, the house
of Ephraim, and they’re also called Joseph. And so, this schism that existed
between the children of Judah and the children of Joseph now it’s going to
take on a much larger dimension as we move further on through Scripture
prophecy. So, after the era of Judges… now we’re gonna see the difference between
the tribes goes sort of becomes much larger. So, after the era of Judges comes
the era of kings, at first we had Kings, Kings Shaul or King Saul, and after that,
we had Kings David and Solomon. Now, one of the problems with King Solomon is the
King Solomon worshipped idols, and his he married too many foreign wives,
and his wives led him into idol worship. Because of this very great sin,
the kingdom or the nation of Israel was going to be split into two kingdoms. We’d
have the Kingdom of Israel or the kingdom of Ephraim in the north and the
kingdom of Judah with its two tribes in the south. So, the first was a rivalry
going on between the brothers now it’s going to take an actual, there’s a
separation between the kingdoms. So, we’re gonna take a look at the northern
kingdom first. This northern kingdom is called Israel, the Northern Kingdom of
Israel. So, a lot of people and they a lot of Christians especially, when they read
through the prophecies and they read about the Northern Kingdom of Israel,
they think they’re reading about the Jews and this is not the case,
they’re reading about what later became the lost ten tribes of Israel. So, the
kingdom of Israel is also called the kingdom of Ephraim and, again, it’s also
called Joseph’s because Ephraim was Joseph’s son. And the capital city,
his name was Samaria, and the king of the northern kingdom committed some very
grave sins. A man by the name of Jeroboam. One of the main things he did is he
changed the places of worship and he set up idols in those new places of worship
setting up golden calves in Dan and Bethel. He also changed the dates of the
worship, he moved the fall festivals back a month. And then, he also established a
new priesthood that was not descended from the tribe of Levi, and point for
point this is effectively what the Catholic Church would later do, is they
would change the places of worship to Rome and then other cathedrals and other
cities around the globe, they’re gonna change the dates of worship, they’re
gonna move the Passover back to Easter, and they’re gonna move the Feast of
Tabernacles back to December the 25th and Christmas, and they’re also going to
have a new priesthood that is not of the sons of Levi. These are all very grave
sins, breaking many of the major Commandments that are written right
there in stone, not to have any idols, not to have any other gods before Yahweh’s
face. Here we even have golden calf worship in to
substitute cities in an entirely different priesthood, a whole new
religion is formed. Well, as a punishment for these very grave sins, the ten tribes
would be scattered out into the world, they’d be scattered out into the nations
like seed to be regathered some two thousand seven hundred and thirty years
later. And we go through and break down and do all the math in the Nazarene
Israel Study. But just as a summary of it, the Assyrian Captivity, the Assyrians
were sent in to take the northern kingdom into captivity and they began
taking them away about seven hundred and thirty-two years BCE or before Yeshua’s
birth. So, we add the two thousand seven hundred and thirty years that is
prophesied that the ten tribes would spend in the Assyrian captivity. We come
up with an end date of the Assyrian Spiritual Captivity of 1998 CE, and
it’s no coincidence that this is about when the to house movement began to take
off, was in the period about 1996 CE to 2000-1998 CE. For example, I was called
in 1999 and there’s many others were called during that timeframe. But, what we
need to understand is this was not just a physical captivity, we’re talking… the
Bible’s a spiritual Book Scripture speaks about spiritual matters, so, we’re
talking about a spiritual captivity. So, when we talk about the Assyrian
captivity, it goes by other names, it’s also called the Dispersion or the
Diaspora, I will read in 2° Kings chapter 17 and verse 6, it says: In the
ninth year of Hoshea (or Osea), the king of Assyria took Samaria (which we
saw was the capital city of the Northern Kingdom) and carried Israel away to
Assyria. So, one of the problems that we know is, again, this was not just a
physical captivity because when the Assyrian Empire, Assyria is to the
north of the Land of Israel, but when after the Assyrian Empire fell the ten
tribes didn’t come back, they continued on out to be scattered into the nations
and sent into every country on earth. So, that every family, every nation, and every
clan would end up with the physical genetics seed of Abraham, there was a
part that they played in that. But so, we come back to this list of the eight
nations that have affected the Land of Israel, the nation of Israel, and we see
Assyria in the number two position. We’ll talk later about how Ishmael might still
be held captivity in Egypt, and we’re also going to talk about how the ten
tribes are still spiritually captive in Assyria, this is very important to
understand, and, again, Syria lies to the north. So the ten… but very
interesting thing, after the Assyrian Empire broke up, again, the tribes moved
in all different directions, they went east into Asia, they went down into
Africa, we have reason to believe the Phoenicians travel to the new world,
so, if any traveled to Phoenicia, again, they would make their way to the new world, we
know that they went north into Europe, and these kinds of things, but as a
prophetic entity and this is what we explained in the Nazarene Israel study,
as a prophetic entity the house of Ephraim, or the kingdom the Ephraimites,
or the Josephites, or the Israelites of the Northern Kingdom went north up
and were tied into Japheth country in Europe, because Japheth… because he’s
so expansive, Japheth would be used to expand the good news and to take the
great commission forth to the ends of the earth. And this is why speaking of
things still to come in Jeremiah chapter 3 and verse 12, it tells us that when
Yahweh proclaims essentially forgiveness to the Ephraimites he says: Go and
proclaim these words toward the north, and say: Return, backsliding Israel, says
Yahweh.. And again, that’s not… it that’s not anything to do with race, it’s
just simply saying that the Japhethites, Japhethites in Europe was used to
spread the good news to all the four corners of the globe. But now, notice how
this all ties in, this is so important. In Luke chapter 4:18, this is where Yeshua
stands up in the synagogue in Nazareth and he’s quoting from the
Book of Isaiah, and He says: The Spirit of Yahweh is upon Me, because He has
anointed Me To preach the Good News to the poor; He has sent Me to heal the
brokenhearted, and To proclaim liberty to the captives. Now, a lot of people think
that because we are to proclaim Liberty to the captives that means that
were primarily we’re supposed to focus on jail and prison ministries. Now, that’s
a very good thing to do is prison ministering because, you literally have a
captive audience, but what He’s talking about here is those who are still
spiritually captive. Our mission and our calling is to preach to those who are
still spiritually captive in Egypt, we’ll see that’s Ishmael, those who are
still spiritually captive in Assyria, that’s the lost ten tribes. And, we’re
gonna see in a moment, that we’re gonna proclaim to those who are spiritual
captivity in Babylon as well but we know that Yeshua was ministering Yeshua came
for these lost ten tribes because he tells us this if we understand what
we’re reading for example in Matthew 15 in verse 24 Yeshua answered and said I
was not sent meaning on his first trip except to the lost sheep of the house of
Israel he’s talking about the Ephraimites the Joseph i’ts the lost ten
tribes and as we’re gonna see in part two of this video series he’s also again
talking about the white horse those who follow yoshua and again we’re talking
about the white horse is different from the Catholic Red Horse and we’ll get
into the distinctions and a crossover category we call a pink horse but we’ll
talk about that later so we also see this same understanding reflected in 1st
Peter chapter 1 and verse 1 he writes keifa or Peter an apostle of Yeshua
Messiah to the pilgrims of the dispersion so who he’s writing to is
he’s talking about those Israelites who are still in the Assyrian captivity
meaning a lost ten tribes or some might say the twelve tribes so here James
writes to the twelve tribes and not just the ten so in James 1 in verse
we read Yakov a bondservant of Elohim and of Yahweh Yeshua Messiah to the 12
tribes which are scattered abroad greetings
and the reason Yaakov writes to the 12 tribes and not just the 10 is that when
the Syrian army came in and invaded the land they didn’t stop at the border they
weren’t this wasn’t a quarrel with the Northern Kingdom it was simply the
Assyrian army trying to expand as much as they could and in fact they took all
but three of the walled cities of Judah we’re told I believe in Chronicles so we
have left in the land the remains of three of the walled cities of Judah and
then they went on to repopulate the land so these southern – or some say three
tribes formed the house of Judah and later on the kingdom of Judah now one of
the problems that Judah in him by and large Judah obeyed the Torah much better
than the northern kingdom of Ephraim did but still there were some problems one
of the things Judah did not do is they did not allow the land to rest and so
because of this and we talked about this in the Nazarene Israel study but because
Judah did not allow the land to rest they would spend seventy years in
punishment in the exile in Babylon now there were some other difficulties that
took place in Babylon that were much worse much more complicating factors so
some of the problems that the Jews ran into in Babylon is that there was no
temple in Babylon and so because the people had no place to bring their
tithes gifts and offerings the Levitical order soon collapsed because no
priesthood can long survive without funding and so the people began to
assimilate and become Babylonian in nature so there was there was an urgent
need to stop this kind of a thing so this stopgap measure that was created is
that the great men of Babylon created what’s called the rabbinical order and
the thing was so they the Levitical order the people have different duties
and different job descriptions but everyone’s still focusing on the word of
Yahweh they’re still looking to obey the Torah of Moses laws
Moses well the Rabbinical order is different so in the Rabbinical order
instead of everyone having different jobs but they all focus on Yahweh’s word
and instead of the Levites pointing to Yahweh’s word as their authority they
couldn’t do that in the land of Babylon so they had to come up with some other
system and what they effectively did is they came up with the system of rabbis
so in Hebrew the term Roth means great and when you say Ravi or Rabi or rabbi
what you literally saying is my great one and so the issue then becomes and so
the the rabbi’s have come up with their own version of the Torah that’s based on
what they call the taka note and the ma seem which are traditions and works but
basically what it boils down to is in Esau the Pope claims that he has
authority to change Scripture and that’s one of the reasons we know that the Pope
is babylonian and the rabbi’s also believe that they have the authority to
change Scripture when the need arises or when they feel that the need arises and
this is patently against Scripture so what they’re effectively doing is
they’re basing their own set of Commandments on Yahweh’s Commandments
and that’s a very different thing than simply pointing to the authority of
Yahweh’s Commandments so it sort of elevates them in the same way that the
Pope is elevated so to speak so this again when we take a look at the list of
three we take a look at the list of the eight empires which afflict the nation
of Israel we see that Babylon is number three and this is also very interesting
because we take oh then we have Babylon fours media Persia five is Greece or
Macedonia and then Rome this is the same as we’re gonna see in King
Nebuchadnezzar’s dream statue in Babylon as recorded in Daniel chapter two is
simply starting at a later point is starting at point three of the list of
eight and continuing on from there so King Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon
dreamt of a statue that was set up on the earth and
five parts the first four parts of the statue represented a series of four
physical empires Babylon Persia Greece and then Rome that would conquer and
dominate the known world at that time then there would be a fifth Empire which
would rise out of the fourth Empire and that is Babylonian Roman Christianity
and we’ll see as this study progresses it also includes Islam so but because
the head of the statue of the head of gold of the statue represented Babylon
where the rabbi’s dwell the entire statute would be babylonian in nature
and this is what we’re going to see as we progress through this study is that
we’re gonna see the rabbis in Babylon and Christianity in Rome and also Islam
are the three different parts of the Babylonian system and in fact as we
continue forward we’re gonna see that there’s four parts of the babylonian
system but we’re not ready to see that yet so i hope that you will join me
again for part two of this video but we’re going to talk about the four
horses and the seven seals so and again i would encourage you all if you want
the full study to please go to the nazarene israel org website and download
the full copy of revelation and the end times
may Yahweh be with you Shalom


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