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Revelation: History Not Mystery, Part 1

Sunday, November 23, 2014
In Revelation the apostle John tells of a vision of a struggle between good and evil, a battle that has raged since the dawn of time.  From the kingdoms and rulers that have fallen, to the men and women who have stood up for their beliefs, this is the story of the search for truth, and the foundation of the faith of billions.
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Revelation: The Bride,The Beast & Babylon

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The World’s Most Mysterious and Controversial Book Is Now Unveiled! 

No other book in the Bible has been more misunderstood or misrepresented than Revelation. For ages, its mysterious symbols and ominous predictions have perplexed millions and sparked wild speculation. 

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Articles by Doug Batchelor

The Fig Tree

AN AMAZING FACT:  Figs are a tasty fruit common to the Middle East, but one fact about their pollination might cause some consumers to squirm with distaste. All figs must be pollinated by a fig wasp, after which the wasp dies and decomposes inside the fruit!

The Second Great Commandment

AN AMAZING FACT: In 2010, almost 200,000 people in 153 countries were surveyed about helping others during the previous month. The survey found that about 20 percent had done volunteer work, almost a third had given money to charity, and about 45 percent had helped a stranger. Surprisingly, half of the top 20 most charitable countries are developing countries, and the happiest countries—not necessarily the most wealthy ones—tended to give the most (maybe that’s why they are the happiest).

Let It Pour

AN AMAZING FACT:  Rain is recycled water that evaporated from the world’s oceans, lakes, and rivers. Rain actually starts off as ice or snow crystals at the cloud level.

The Beginning of Wisdom

AN AMAZING FACT:  Abdul Kassem Ismael, Grand Vizier of Persia in the 10th century, traveled with his entire library, carried on the backs of 400 camels.

About Amazing Facts

Amazing Facts is a ministry dedicated to sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ and the three angels' messages of Revelation 14 to the entire world through television, radio, literature, live Bible and prophecy events, the internet, and evangelism training.

About Doug Batchelor

As the teenage son of a millionaire father and a show business mother, Doug Batchelor had everything money could buy—everything but happiness. He used drugs, fought at school, and entertained suicidal thoughts. Convinced that life held no purpose, Doug was determined to grab all the fun and excitement he could find! Before his search ended, a cave in the hills above Palm Springs, California, became his home.

Even though he had access to money, and famous and powerful people, Doug would eventually scavenge for food in garbage bins. The happiness Doug wanted eluded him until the day he began reading the dust-covered Bible "Someone" had left in his cave. What happened next can only be described as a miracle!
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