The Deadly Wound
hristians who have read the Bible are certainly aware the book of Revelation mentions something called a "deadly wound," which strikes the Beast described in that profound writing. Like all prophecy, because there are so many voices with contradictory "interpretations" being offered concerning this strange "wound," there are hundreds of versions explaining the opinions of men, which describe the this "deadly wound."
In the contemporary comic book mindset popularized by the Rapture Cult, many prophecy teachers put forth the concept this means the end time's Antichrist world leader is assassinated, dies, and is then miraculously revived. For some strange reason, these "literalists" believe this is a literal mortal head wound, with a literal resurrection.
Somehow, these spiritually blind guides never quite connect the fact that the Beast who receives this wound, actually has seven heads, and it's but one of the heads which is wounded. This certainly begs the question, if a man identified as the Antichrist gets this "wound," does this mean he still has six more heads which were left unscathed?
Just in case you're a Neanderthal programmed with the mind rot found in the racist, "chosen people" based on their flesh myth, and you don't realize I'm being facetious, let me make this clearer. If this text is literal, then we should also expect to see a scantily clad hooker (perhaps en route to a sexy MTV rock video shoot), as the "whore" of Babylon, riding on the back of this beast – and don't forget the goblet of blood she's holding:
"And I….saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads….and I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death…" (Revelation 13:1,3)
Although my caustic attitude puts off some believers, who somehow think I should be more polite and reverent of those whose false doctrine is leading people to Hell, I'll simply say I'm sick and tired of liars whose lack of logic (to say nothing of common sense), continues to perpetuate a system which is clearly unscriptural. To put it another, at some point, we need to hold these Joker's feet to the fire.
In reality, the subject of the deadly wound is as serious as a heart attack, because we, as a people and nation, are now moving into the prophetic phase of events seen under this imagery. However, in order to fully appreciate what these passages truly teach, we need to digress just a bit.
First and foremost, this writer is not offering an opinion, nor is this my interpretation. This is the word of the LORD.
The Scriptures conclusively tell us the image of beasts equivocates to kingdoms, so there is no room for ambivalence, false piety, or learned conjecture. The Scriptures declares it, God said it, and the matter is settled. To reiterate this statement, Beasts in prophecy are kingdoms. Period.
"And four great beasts came up from the sea. These great beasts, which are four, are kingswhich shall arise…." (Daniel 7:3,17)
The beast which is seen in Revelation, the one with seven heads, has identical attributes of the four beasts (lion, bear, leopard, unique beast) described in Daniel, so it is self evident Revelation's beast has some relationship to Daniel's four sequential beasts.
Once we've recognized the identities of these beasts based on adjacent passages, it becomes clear the four beasts of Daniel are identified with four of the seven heads seen on the singular beast in Revelation. Furthermore, an extensive study of the political history of each of these kingdoms shows each of them receives a "deadly wound," in their own time.
Kingdoms seen in the Old Testament, are particularly easy to identify, for the metaphoric language applied is very similar to the pictures seen in Revelation. A good example of this is found in the original kingdom of antiquity seen in Egyptian dynasties, and because Egypt (followed by Assyria, Babylon, Persia, Greece, and Rome) began a cycle of dominions with an intense interaction with the Israelites, the people of the Bible, it provides the quintessential example of a kingdom receiving a "deadly wound."
Incredibly, in the sacred pages of the Scriptures, the prophet Isaiah not only likens the Egyptian Pharaoh to the first king who receives this deadly wound, it even tells us he is identified with a dragon in the waters, who has multiple heads!
"Behold, I am against thee, Pharaoh king of Egypt, the great dragon that lieth in the midst of his rivers." (Ezekiel 29:3)
The prophets identified this great sea inhabiting dragon with the proper name ofLeviathan, and the text specifically tells us his "heads" receive a deadly wound:
"Thou brakest the heads of Leviathan…even leviathan that crooked serpent, and he shall slay the dragon that is in the sea." (Ezekiel 74:14, Isaiah 27:1)
Thus, the Old Testament tells us Pharaoh is identified with the dragon in the sea, that same dragon is named Leviathan, and his heads are broken. When we realize there are seven sequential kingdoms described in the Old Testament which each receive a deadly wound, and Egypt is the first name on that illustrious list, we can see the deadly would is not only about a particular political leader who is destroyed, it is about entire kingdoms which come to a decisive devastation.
And finally, once it is conclusively demonstrated that America is on the list of kingdoms which the Scriptures militate have been/will be destroyed, we might want to look further at the matter.
[To Be Continued]
For more on the prophetic significance of America, and the Spiritual currents swirling about our nation, see the online video on LEVIATHAN
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