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the praise of God be in their mouths and a double-edged

sword in their hands, to inflict vengeance on the nations and

punishment on the peoples, to bind their kings with fetters,

their nobles with shackles of iron, to carry out the sentence

written against them. This is the glory of all his saints”



After the long “week” is finally over, during which the god

of this age (the Devil) ruling with his principals, powers, evil

spirits (Eph. 6:12), and Christ-rejecting human deceivers—it

all ends. Moreover, God’s angels and those of us who are in

Christ will become executioners. We will then be like the an-

gels in the spirit realm.

Angels have carried out God’s battles in the past, but this

time, those who are in Christ, who will have been removed

from the earth by death or rapture (taken away from the earth

while alive, like Elijah), will act in concert with the angels. We

will perform supernatural things.

Once God wills that supernatural beings are to be em-

ployed, the last day battle of Armageddon will be brief, but

climactic. The Messiah of Israel has informed all that, at His

request, He can muster more than twelve legions of angels

(Matt. 26:53), which He will do on this final day battle. He will

thus have more than sufficient “fire power.” Furthermore, since

even in his glory, man’s frame is from the dust, this end battle

of good over evil will be over as soon as it starts.


Historical events and persons in the Old Testament are

symbolic of things in the New Testament, even things that will