The Bible Of Revelation Chapter 20

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In referencing the book of Revelation chapter 20 verses 1-6, the debate continues on: has Satan not already been bound (post-millennial view)? There will not be a new kingdom on earth – (a-millennial view), or that the words of God written down by John the Apostle are accurate, true and correct (premillennial view). This paper stems to show that the only true view is that of the pre-millennial view, Christ will return with a new earth and bring with him, all the saints of eternity to rule and rein forever and ever, Amen.

The Apostles of Christ along with the pre-millennialist view fall in accord with the actual words written in the bible of Revelation 20:1. The beliefs of the pre-millennialist are the Bibles words are the
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When the seen arrives in the 20th chapter of Revelation vs. 1, the false prophet and the antichrist have been tossed into the lake of fire at the bottomless pit and the only true threat left on earth or in heaven is the red dragon, the deceiver, also known as Satan. (Rev. 19:20) This would fall within the the view of pre-millennials: Jesus will come again literally – establish a “new heaven and a new earth” a new kingdom to rule and to reign – on or over the earth for 1000 years. The view of any other just appears to be self-lacking and without any form of true merit, regardless of the research and criteria that are withstanding. There are other views available: Post-millennials, according to Brand (HISB) the 1000 year reign does not start until the end of an extended period of righteousness and prosperity- which is the current state in which the world sits today. There will be no tribulation period other than the one that is currently in process. Their beliefs seem to hold to the fact that Christ has come and that there will not be another scene of him again until the end of the times. Christ came and that was the starting point in their view. He was born, died, resurrected and the beginning of the new age started the millennium. A-millennialists are similar in their belief to the post-millennials: their view that Christ will come after the 1000 year reign,
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