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Reading through Revelation — Chapter 9, Part 2 — The Fifth, or First Woe Trumpet, The Horae Apocalypticae



Charles Spurgeon considered this work by Edward B. Elliott a standard in studies on Revelation. It’s careful, well thought through, very detailed, and long. Elliott was an historicist and a premillennialist. Actually there is something here for everyone. 


And the fifth angel sounded, and I saw a star fall[1] from heaven unto the earth: and to him was given the key of the bottomless pit. And he opened the bottomless pit; and there arose a smoke out of the pit, as the smoke of a great furnace; and the sun and the air […]

Via  Chapter V. The Fifth, or First Woe Trumpet — The Horae Apocalypticae

8 thoughts on “Reading through Revelation — Chapter 9, Part 2 — The Fifth, or First Woe Trumpet, The Horae Apocalypticae

  1. Thanks for this e-book! If I may pass on a link that won’t give the serious reader a migraine headache (white print on black background is a trigger 😮 ) http://classicchristianlibrary.com/library/elliott_eb/elliott-rev-v3.pdf

    Sadly, dispensationalists have abandoned the idea of the pope as the Antichrist yet no other character fits the whole description of him.They say the Jews would never accept a Christian as their Messiah. That is true but once the Temple is built they will be looking for Him when the imposter intrudes into the Temple and they will know he aint it.

    Have a blessed day, Maria! \o/

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  2. I am going to try to find the Edward B. Elliot book. I have never heard of him. I love C.H. Spurgeon. Have been collecting his works as I find them. Also read a lot of C.S. Lewis. Thanks for sharing, Maria. You are a great witness, Sister.

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