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Revelation 8: The Fourth Trumpet

It is a strange vision, when read all in one breath. I imagine John watching—peering, really, into the gloom—as something inflicted the sun with a power that could diminish it by a full third of its strength.

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Isaiah 34: The Fires of Hell

How do we deal with our dismay over what seems like a brutal and bloodthirsty characterization of the same Lord Who later claims to love the whole earth?

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Revelation 8: The Third Trumpet

Is this blazing star a political figure? A religious leader? Literally a poisonous star fallen from heaven? Each few sheds fascinating insight on John’s vision.

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Revelation 8: The Second Trumpet

How interpreters have imagined this scene is in large part influenced by their point of view. Taken simply as a scene, it is horrific. Is it metaphorical? Is it commentary on a situation? Is it prophecy to be literally fulfilled? Is it a warning that may not come to pass if heeded?

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