**Warning!** The Two Witnesses

Author: Michele at ScriptureStudy.Guide
Posted: June 23, 2022

We have reached the point in earth’s history where most Christians are looking for two individual witnesses – Moses and Elijah – to stand in front of the wall (or some ridiculous future pagan brick temple) in the physical city of Jerusalem blowing literal fire out of their mouths as a sign that the Great Tribulation is actually here. That is not going to happen, and if you see such nonsense, it’s a sign and wonder from the antichrist kingdom, hence the **Warning!** in this article’s title.

The Two Witnesses are the Word of Elohim and the Church of Messiah who testified during the civil rule of the Papacy where tens of millions of saints were tortured and killed. Please see this article for details:

The Two Witnesses in Revelation 11

We have been deceived.

Those who are controlling the “new world order” have made us believe that the book of Daniel was about our future. That has caused us to misunderstand Revelation which is why there are so many interpretations of it flying around out there. But worst of all, misunderstanding Daniel is denying the PROOFS of the deity of Jesus Christ. PLEASE LOOK INTO THIS. If you are one with eyes to see, it will clear up SO MUCH for you.

The teacher’s name is David Nikao Wilcoxson.

Here are the links to his study:

Article: The Two Witnesses in Revelation 11

Books: https://bibleprophecydecoded.com/ (links to printable pdf summaries are on this page as well)

YouTube Playlists: David Nikao Wilcoxson

Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/endtimesdeceptions/

David can fully explain anything relating to end times and to biblical prophecies using history and scripture (he is NOT a preterist). I HIGHLY recommend his 3 book package.

David’s other websites:

70th Week of Daniel

The Olivet Discourse Deception

Islam in Bible Prophecy (covers the iron and clay feet in Daniel 2)

May God richly bless you and your studies of His inspired Word.

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