Revelation: The Fuel Project Guide Part 41 – The New Earth

The Fuel Project study guide to the Book of Revelation.

In this video Mark says that many believe that Christians will live in a formless, cloudy heaven for all eternity but that’s not what the Bible tells us. Here in Revelation we are told in detail that after he has dealt with evil, God will create a brand new earth for us.

This new world will be every bit as real and tangible as the current one. With nations and cities and mountains and trees and food to enjoy. Just like the current world, the new one will have a new Jerusalem as its centerpiece. And once again, that’s God’s focus as he gives us a glimpse of what’s to come…

Mark’s explanation of Revelation 21 is biblically and historically inaccurate.

He says that the “sea” may mean people, but he didn’t apply that concept to the 2nd Trumpet of Revelation 8 or the 3rd bowl of Revelation 16, where he said it was a literal sea.

The Bible is it’s own dictionary, and it defines water as people, so a sea is a large body of people.

Let’s be clear about something.  The surest way to prove that the God of the Bible is the true God, is to know how His prophecies have been fulfilled.

Satan has caused most Christians to believe that all of Revelation is fulfilled during the last few years, so they fail to understand how they have been historically fulfilled, and they cannot witness to others about their divine fulfillment.

Mark’s explanations do no line up with the historical fulfillment of the Word of God.

Mark is either very deceived about prophecy fulfillment, or he is a deceiver; and the Lord will judge him for his works.

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The Word of God, the Bible is our authority on Daniel and Revelation prophecy

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