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Isaiah’s Prophecies of King Jesus Christ Speaks of Revelation 19 and 20

“He shall not judge by what his eyes see, or decide disputes by what his ears hear, but with righteousness he shall judge the poor, and decide with equity for the meek of the earth; and he shall strike the earth with the rod of his mouth, and with the breath of his lips he shall kill the wicked. Righteousness shall be the belt of his waist, and faithfulness the belt of his loins.”- Isaiah 11: 3-5

We learn from the Scriptures that GOD Almighty tells His believers, prophets, disciples, and apostles what is going to happen before it actually happens. We know that this is called prophecy. Those who are in the Spirit of Truth that believe in GOD Almighty and King Jesus Christ are able to prophecy in the Spirit of Truth. We learn that Isaiah prophecies about the Chaldean exile a hundred years prior to the exile through the Spirit of Truth. We learn that the exile happens. We learn that Jeremiah prophecies about the Chaldean exile years before it happens and then the exile happens. We learn that GOD Almighty allows faithful believers to be able to prophecy about future events.

We are able to learn that Revelation was prophesied by King Jesus Christ to John the Disciple. We learn that Paul and Peter were also able to prophecy about the events of Revelation and be able to allow faithful believers to know about the future events that would happen at the end of the world, ages, and time. We learn that while John was able to write down the vision that King Jesus Christ or an angel of Jesus Christ allowed him to see, other disciples and apostles were able to prophecy about similar details.

We learn that King Jesus Christ has already conquered through the cross and resurrection. We know that death, sin, and evil are already defeated. We know that King Jesus Christ went up to the Highest Heavens and is seated at the Right Hand Side of GOD Almighty. We learn that King Jesus Christ is going to return to destroy sin, evil, and death for all eternity and then will judge humanity and will create the New Earth and the New Heavens.

We learn that Isaiah is able to tell us specifically about the events that are going to happen at the end of the ages that were told in Revelation. We learn that King Jesus Christ was being prophesied by Isaiah. We learn that not only do Isaiah’s prophesies about the suffering servant that is crucified happen, but also the prophecies about the Resurrected King of kings. We learn in Isaiah 11:4 that King Jesus Christ would “strike the earth with the rod of his mouth.” This means that King Jesus Christ would be able to destroy the earth through natural disasters against the wicked for their sin. We learn that the natural disasters that occurred were signs of GOD Almighty’s wrath against wicked humanity. We learn that GOD Almighty disciplines with a rod of iron and is able to strike down the earth when there is increased wickedness. This is what GOD Almighty does to the world through the flood of Noah and then through the raining down of fire and sulfur to the wicked cities of Sodom and Gomorrah. This is consistent with the absolute authority that GOD Almighty gives to King Jesus Christ.

We also learn that King Jesus Christ will be able to destroy all of His enemies once and for all at the end of the ages and the end of the events of Revelation Chapter 19 and 20. We learn that the man of sin and the false prophet will be captured and thrown into the lake of fire from Revelation. We also learn that the army of the wicked will be destroyed through the “breathe of his lips”. We are able to see the cross referencing of Isaiah 11:4 with the words of Revelation 19:15. We are able to learn that King Jesus Christ has absolute authority over His enemies and will destroy them prior to judging wicked humanity and creating the New Earth and the New Heavens.

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