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[quote="Wayfaring Stranger" post=5260]That was one cryptic verse. Have you ever read an explanation that covers that same verse. My previous post adds a bit to that. There is lots of Scripture that meshes in with the rest of the chapter, starting with the identification of who is being punished in that chapter. Same sword in both references. It should be noted that the ones resurrected in Re:20:4 are the 1st ones mentioned and then a 2nd group and then it states that both are part of the 1st resurrection which means 'the rest' are part of that rather than they are after. Small things like that make a difference when the topic is about who is saved and how the book says it happens rather than 1 verse and then 10 pages of speculation. The Bible covers the return down to events that happen is less than 1 hour. Those are the 'involved' discussions. Re:19:21: And the remnant were slain with the sword of him that sat upon the horse, which sword proceeded out of his mouth: and all the fowls were filled with their flesh. Re:20:5: But the rest of the dead lived not again until the thousand years were finished. [b]This is the first resurrection. [/b] The only group to go to the grave and remain awake are the ones from from Re:20 so the punishment period is 1,000 years long and the servants would have to be the first ones resurrected as in on the day Jesus sends all the sinners to the grave. Isa:65:12-15: Therefore will I number you to the sword, and ye shall all bow down to the slaughter: because when I called, ye did not answer; when I spake, ye did not hear; but did evil before mine eyes, and did choose that wherein I delighted not. Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD, Behold, my servants shall eat, but ye shall be hungry: behold, my servants shall drink, but ye shall be thirsty: behold, my servants shall rejoice, but ye shall be ashamed: Behold, my servants shall sing for joy of heart, but ye shall cry for sorrow of heart, and shall howl for vexation of spirit. And ye shall leave your name for a curse unto my chosen: for the Lord GOD shall slay thee, and call his servants by another name: The above can be expanded on that has me doing a short sentence and then the Scripture is meant to be taken at face value so no explanation is needed. Long means the whole chapter would have been posted after breaking it up into shorter pieces like below.[/quote]
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