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Would Jesus Have Taken the Covid-19 Vaccine?

“Franklin Graham: Jesus Would Have Taken the Covid-19 Vaccine” is the title of an article, which appeared recently on the website ChurchLeaders.com.

From the article we read:

Samaritan’s Purse CEO and president, world-wide evangelical leader, and son of the late great Billy GrahamRev. Franklin Graham is an advocate for telling Christians to take the COVID-19 vaccine. Graham recently revealed in an interview that he has taken the vaccine.

ChurchLeaders.com

Of course this is all part of the “false prophet” (Revelation 13:11,12) narrative which uses popular church leaders to get their dumb sheeple followers to get experimental gene-therapy injections.

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Name, number and mark of the beast

Over the past 40 odd years I have heard an enormous amount of discussion and read books and literature on the ‘coming mark of the beast’ of the Book of Revelation. I was once a believer in the futurist interpretation of the books of Daniel and Revelation. But sometime back I realised that that interpretation was not correct. (See my studies on Daniel’s Seventy Weeks and in particular on Daniel 9:27 and who ‘he’ is in that verse.)

I now hold to an historical interpretation of scripture. At first I studied what Martin Lloyd-Jones would have classified as Historical: Continuing. However I found that that is very confining, trying to hang a label and only one label on every event through the Book of Revelation. In this blog many of the published studies on Daniel and Revelation use this method.

However, now I am convinced that the correct way to read the book is with the method of Historical: Spiritual.  This is the method where we allow the scripture to be living. It is the idea that there are spiritual principles behind the battles and events encountered by Christians through all ages from Christ until the final Judgement, but not that each description in the book of Revelation applies to uniquely only one event. The scriptures belong to all believers through all generations and can speak to them for their time, and even their place.

Bill Gates