One Beast

In the books of Daniel and Revelation, the “Beast” is a single entity that has existed since the dawn of human history, beginning with the first attempt at global domination when men founded the city of Babel in a former swamp and “SET UP a high tower to make us a name, lest we be scattered upon the face of the earth.”

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To identify the Antichrist, we must depend on what the relevant scriptures say about him, his methods, and his agendas.

The subject of the “Antichrist” raises understandable questions. Who is he? When will he appear? How will we recognize him? What is his “mark” or “number”? In popular preaching, he is a global political leader who uses military might to coerce other nations. But if Satan is truly clever and cunning, why would he do the very things that so many of us expect?

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The Rider on the White Horse destroyed the “Beast from the sea” along with the “False Prophet,” the “Beast from the earth”Revelation 19:17-21.

Next, John saw the destruction of the “beast from the sea” and the “False Prophet” at the final battle when the “rider on the white horse” overthrew the forces of “Gog and Magog.” The passage does not state where this occurred, other than on the earth. In focus is the destruction of the “Beast” and its vassals, and their consignment to the “Lake of Fire.”

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The Lamb overcomes the Beast and Babylon because he is the “Lord of lords, and King of kings”Revelation 17:14-18.

Next, John was provided with the interpretation of what he saw – “Babylon” is the “great city” that sways the political powers of the earth in alliance with the “beast,” and her persecution of the “saints” is an extension of the Dragon’s “war” against them. But Jesus overcomes the “beast” and “Babylon,” though he does so in unexpected and paradoxical ways.

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Babylon, the “Great Harlot,” rides the Beast from the Sea with its seven heads and ten hornsRevelation 17:7-13.

Babylon” sits on the same malignant creature seen earlier “ascending from the sea.” It was an amalgamation of the four “beasts from the sea” from Daniel. Now, we discover the “lineage” of the “beast” and preview its destruction, all described with language from Daniel’s vision of the “fourth beast” and its “little horn.”

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