freely distributing,
publicly proclaiming,
going, mobilizing

to the jewish people first,
and also to the gentile nations
self-defense approved by God (revelation 11:5)

self-defense approved by God (revelation 11:5)

This message was preached at New Testament Christian Fellowship in Conover, NC on October 4, 2015. The particular focus of this study is the supernatural power given to Christ’s two special witnesses in verse 5, power to defend themselves against their enemies. This is cross-referenced with Luke 22:35-38, Proverbs 24:10-12, and Matthew 5:38-39 as Mr. Boyd attempts to answer an important question: Was Jesus teaching pacifism in the Sermon on the Mount?

moses & elijah (revelation 11:6-14)

moses & elijah (revelation 11:6-14)

two street preachers & zechariah's visions, part 2 (revelation 11:3-4)

two street preachers & zechariah's visions, part 2 (revelation 11:3-4)