KZM 09 Offb 9 Posaune 5 und 6

KZM 09 Offb 9 Posaune 5 (1.Wehe) und 6 (2.Wehe)

KZM 09 Offenbarung 9 Die 5. Posaune.

KZM 09 Offenbarung 9 Die 5. Posaune.

We have heard in the previous study, NMD 08 Rev 8, how the first four Trumpets sounded and what the consequences were. In this part of the study, NMD 09 Rev 9 5th and 6th Trumpet, we can hear the sound of the 5th and 6th Trumpet.

In this part and in the following parts of the study of the book of Revelation a number of elements come to the fore which causes a lot of confusion. It is essential to understand these elements in order to understand the full extent of the following parts. On the first hand we will explain these various elements one by one using the word of God. As these elements are very essential I will show them in a diagram form. The purpose of this diagram is purely to make the elements known to you not a representation or a replacement of what the Bible tells us. As to the complexity I will show and discuss the elements twice. The elements are: Underworld, Death, the bottomless pit, Abyss and finally the Hell.

At the blowing of the 5th Trumpet something remarkable happens: there is a “Star” falling from the sky. This cannot be a simple star as it carries out actions, it receives a key and opens the shaft of the Abyss. By the way if the shaft was opened by the star it means it was previously locked. If you want to know more listen to NMD 09 Rev 9 5th and 6th Trumpet.

Below the video can be started by pressing the picture on the left hand side while the sheets can be seen by press the picture on the right hand side.

Video NMD 09 Sheets NMD 09

Video: NMD 09 Rev 9 5th and 6th Trumpet

Video: NMD 09 Rev 9 5th and 6th Trumpet

Sheets: NMD 09 Rev 9 5th and 6th Trumpet

Sheets: NMD 09 Rev 9 5th and 6th Trumpet

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you want to see the next part of the study click on: NMD 10 Rev 10 In the Mean Time 2a

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——– End of study NMD 09 Revelation 9 Fourth and fifth Trumpet ——–