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  • The Great Destruction Of Israel And Jerusalem Series

    Contributed by Jerry Cosper on Jul 11, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,525 views

    The subject of the whole chapter could be the great salvation of Israel and the coming kingdom of God. But first we have to look at verses 1& 2 which speaks of the great destruction of Israel.

    Revelation chapter 11 is one of the most important and one of the most exciting chapters in Revelation. Five reasons: 1. It points to the rebuilding and destruction of the temple of Jerusalem. 2. It shows the destruction of Jerusalem by the Gentiles. 3. It ties in with the prophecies of ...read more

  • Enoch And Elijah The Two Witnesses

    Contributed by William R. Nabaza on Jul 26, 2015
     | 3,370 views

    To show the two lampstands/olive trees that stands before the LORD GOD.

    I. EXORDIUM: Do you know the two witnesses? Yes. bible is pointing to Enoch and Elijah II. AUDIENCE PROFILE: Believers III. OBJECTIVES: To show the two lampstands/olive trees that stands before the LORD GOD. IV. TEXT: Revelation 11:4 (Amplified Bible) These [witnesses] are ...read more

  • Two Witnesses Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Sep 3, 2015
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,446 views

    In times of tribulation, worship God and be a witness for Christ.

    A student in Bible School was confused when his theology professor began a series of lectures on Bible prophecy, or “eschatology” as he called it. The professor spoke about pre-millennialism, a-millennialism, and post-millennialism. Then he talked about the pre-trib, mid-trib, and ...read more

  • Revelation 11.1-14 Series

    Contributed by Alan Mccann on Mar 1, 2016
     | 3,774 views

    symbolism in Revelation

    Revelation 11 verses 1-14 We come this morning to one of the most difficult passages in the book of Revelation. Is this passage to be understood literally? Symbolically? I think it is fair to say that the majority of bible scholars take, at least part of, this passage, to be symbolical. So ...read more

  • Measuring Out, Marking Off (Vs 1-2) Series

    Contributed by Pastor Jeff Hughes on Jan 20, 2014
     | 3,102 views

    Measuring of the Temple in Revelation 11

    Measuring Out, Marking Off: Rev 11:1-2 The Revelation of Jesus Christ is said to be the hardest book in the entire Bible to interpret; that being said, most commentators agree that Revelation Chapter 11 presents the most problems in it's interpretation. This week, we are going to spend some time ...read more

  • Martyrdom Of The Two Witnesses (Vs 7-10) Series

    Contributed by Pastor Jeff Hughes on Jan 20, 2014
     | 2,176 views

    Two Witnesses killed in public view, and the unsaved world rejoices.

    The Martyrdom Of The Two Witnesses, Rev 11:7-10 Last week, we discussed how God would raise up two witnesses during the Tribulation Period to boldly preach repentance, judgment and the gospel message to the world. It would appear that the ministry of these two men would be in the first half of ...read more

  • The Two Witnesses, Part 2

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Mar 16, 2014
     | 1,631 views

    Until we can face the truth of our sins and what we need to repent of, God will continue to work on us to get our attention. Therefore, if God has to use fire and death and witnesses ... then so be it!

    The Two Witnesses, Part 2 Revelation, Part 14, Revelation 11:3-10 Introduction Mark place at Zechariah 4 - Wednesday we set the stage for the 11th Chapter of Revelation -- Defined who these witnesses are: Elijah and Moses or Elijah and Enoch -- They will come with one mission ...read more

  • Worship And Witness Series

    Contributed by Pat Damiani on Oct 11, 2010
    based on 3 ratings
     | 3,303 views

    The events of the interlude between the sixth and seventh trumpets teach us about proper worship and guide us as witnesses for Jesus.

    Last night the University of Arizona played Oregon State in football. There were maybe around 200 people or so who participated in that event – coaches, players, officials, managers, trainers, etc. But together they represented less than ½ 0f 1% of the 56,000 fans in the stadium and a far smaller ...read more

  • Rev. #36~11:8-12 Death Of The Two Witnesses-Pt.1 Series

    Contributed by William D. Brown on Sep 1, 2010
    based on 2 ratings
     | 2,899 views

    we believe these two witnesses to be Elijah and Moses because of the miraculous actions that are recorded of them in the O.T. are much the same that we’re reading about here in Chapter 11:- and let me say that the Devil is not allowed the kill Gods anoint

    Rev. #36~11:8-12 DEATH OF THE TWO WITNESSES-pt.1 1-2-10 Today we’re in chapter 11: and we’ll begin reading in verse 7, let me say first of all that we believe these two witnesses to be Elijah and Moses because of the miraculous actions that are recorded of ...read more

  • Rev. # 37~11:11-19 The Two Witnesses Raised Series

    Contributed by William D. Brown on Sep 18, 2010
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,963 views

    Here in Rev.11: we’ve been reading about how Moses and Elijah tormented the earth dwellers for the 1st three and ½ years of the 7 year tribulation through the power of God, in that the rain was with held and different kinds of plagues was directed on the

    Rev. # 37~11:11-19 THE TWO WITNESSES RAISED 1-9-10 Here in Rev.11: we’ve been reading about how Moses and Elijah tormented the earth dwellers for the 1st three and ½ years of the 7 year tribulation through the power of God, in that the rain was with held ...read more

  • God's Witnesses Series

    Contributed by Martin Holland on Jan 16, 2013
     | 3,413 views

    The eleventh chapter of Revelations reveals unto us two witnessses that will prophesy in the great tribulation.

    God’s Witnesses Revelations 11:1-14 In chapter 10 it concluded with the command of Lord unto John saying “Thou must prophesy again before many peoples, and nations, and tongues, and kings.” This is the great commission that is given to the Church of God to take the gospel into ...read more

  • Faithful Unto Death

    Contributed by David Radcliff on Jun 3, 2016
     | 1,714 views

    Christ was and is faithful to the interests of His people - “the faithful and true.”

    FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH Revelation 11:3-13 Christ was and is faithful to the interests of His people - “the faithful and true.” I. THE TEXT IMPLIES OBLIGATIONS TO CHRIST’S SERVICE. This springs from - 1. Christ’s boundless Excellency - INFINITELY WORTHY. 2. His right ...read more

  • The Revelation Of Jesus Christ – Chapter 11 Series

    Contributed by Tom Shepard on Jun 29, 2016
    based on 5 ratings
     | 5,733 views

    This is a verse by verse look at chapter eleven of the book of Revelation.

    The Revelation Of Jesus Christ – Chapter 11 I. Things Which Thou Hast Seen – Rev 1 II. Things Which Are – The Church Age – Rev 2-3 III. Things Which Are To Come – Rev 4-22 A. The Throne Of God – Rev 4 B. The Seven Seals Book – Rev 5 C. ...read more

  • Revelation 11 - Witnesses & Woes Series

    Contributed by Bruce Ball on May 24, 2011
    based on 17 ratings
     | 9,523 views

    Our search to understand the book of Revelation brings us to chapter 11, concerning the two witnesses and the third woe.

    In our ongoing review of the book of Revelation, we now offer chapter 11. There is the story of an elderly lady who attended every church service for over 50-years. She always enjoyed the teaching of the Lord. Her favorite events were the fellowship dinners. She loved to serve others and ...read more

  • Witness Protection Series

    Contributed by Alison Bucklin on Jun 26, 2011
    based on 3 ratings
     | 3,418 views

    The temple that John is measuring is the church of Jesus Christ, and both it and its voice, the witnesses, will complete their mission.

    This is the hardest chapter in the entire book of Revelation to interpret. At least that’s what all my commentators say. And that’s about the only thing they can all agree on. So I hope I don’t leave you all more confused than you were before we began. The first thing to ...read more