Work of the Antichrist 

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Who are the Antichrist and the False Prophet? 

Abomination of desolation 

Antiochus Epiphanies, the prototype of the man of sin (Antichrist)  

Work of the False Prophet 

Signs of the end-time 

Prophecies of Jesus for the end-time 

Great Tribulation 

When and how will Jesus come? 

Babylon is fallen! 

Evil beasts in the Promised Land 

Making and rearing up a graven image 

Visions of Abomination and Six Men seen by Ezekiel 

Mystery of the great Babylon 

Revelation of two witnesses 

Vineyard dream and its interpretations  

Vision of a man sitting on a platform before a huge concrete coliseum 

Vision of a figure sitting on a huge throne 

Vision of an instructor and statues 

Vision of dying prophetic child and toddler attacked by Antichrist 

Wolves in the clothing of sheeps 

Vision of spiritual murder by False Prophet

Satan exposed by a former witch 

False doctrine of celebration of Jewish Feasts

Visit to the Holy Land

Is dancing or prophetic dancing scriptural?

 






The Antichrist functions under the direct control of Satan and possesses all the power of Satan, performing signs and lying wonders (2 Thes.2:9). Satan gave his power, his throne and authority to the Antichrist, the beast (Rev.13:2, 4). 


Revelation describes Satan as a great, fiery read dragon, the Antichrist as a beast (first beast) and the False Prophet as another beast (second beast) who exercises all the authority of the first beast. 


The Antichrist has seven heads and ten horns. This means that he has seven political kingdoms ruled by ten rulers. One of his kingdoms, the last and final kingdom, was mortally wounded. This shows that a kingdom of nations under his control that believes in wars and violence was wounded by the divine judgment. His deadly wound was later healed. And all the world marveled and followed the beast (Rev.13:3). As soon as his wound was healed, the whole worshipped and admired him, saying, Who is like unto the beast? who is able to make war with him? The whole world would boast that no nation on this earth could make war with the powerful kingdom of t
he Antic
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- Job Anbalagan