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Learn How to Understand Bible Prophecy A lot of Christians at present do not read Bible prophecy due to the entire prophetic symbols found therein. Bible prophecy, however, is there because we have to understand it; otherwise, God would have let it be excluded from the Bible. Bible prophecy is not intended to confuse; it is there to REVEAL. Just as it is confirmed in the start of the book of Revelation. It reveals “Jesus Christ”. And so, if Bible prophecy is intended as a revelation, then God will not have inscribed it in a way that would only confuse most of us. Neither is the prophecy in the Bible open to one’s own understanding because according to 2 Peter 1:20 no prophecy of Scripture came about by the prophet’s own interpretation of things. How then are we supposed to interpret the prophecies found in the Bible? What is supposed to be the perfect way to interpret the meaning of all such prophetic symbols? Now then, we make use of the Bible to reveal itself, and by this it means that when we come upon a certain word that does not seem to make sense then we search for that word elsewhere inside the Bible to discover its meaning. Let us illustrate this using an example. Let us use the 2 beasts narrated in Revelation 13. One that surfaces from the sea, and the other that comes up from under the earth. Well, if we only read this single chapter then we may find it a little, if not totally difficult to understand its meaning. However, if we follow the rule of using the Bible for its own interpretation, then we are very likely to find a little understanding about this. We, therefore, need to uncover what a “beast’ represents in this Bible prophecy. Turning to Daniel 7, we discover a verse saying, “The fourth beast will be the fourth kingdom of the earth”. And so it is revealed to us. A beast signifies some kingdom or nation on earth. Thus, we already know that by the two beasts, Revelation 13 is telling us a Bible prophecy concerning two nations here on earth.
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Now, logic is also used in interpreting the Bible, and looking at Revelation 13’s second beast, we will realize that it emerges from the earth, instead of the sea. Therefore if “sea” signifies a region of many population, nations and languages, similar to Europe, the use of logic will lead us to deduce that by “earth” it means the opposite, which is a nation that emerged out of a wilderness, an area that was not populated, which resembles how America came about.
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If we therefore use the Bible to explain itself, prophecy then starts to unveil and wonderful things are proclaimed. Yet, we have to always remember that it is God who ultimately provides wisdom and we need to always stay humble and prayerful in studying and asking God that such things be revealed to us.