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Watch or listen now on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and RSS!

Watch or listen now on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and RSS!

Watch or listen now on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and RSS!

Watch or listen now on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and RSS!

Chapter 6-7

Chapters 6 and 7 in the Book of Revelation identify key events during the first six thousand years of the earth's temporal history since the fall of Adam. We are living during the sixth seal, which will soon end with a Great Earthquake and the other signs and wonders described in Revelation 6:12-17. John Cassinat has published fifteen (15) podcasts for the individual verses in chapter 6, and is continuing to publish podcasts for the individual verses in chapter 7. The published verse-by-verse podcasts can be accessed from this page by clicking on the image or podcast title listed below. Each podcast title includes a section number [§], which corresponds to the section number in The Book of Revelation Doctrinal Commentary: Unveiling Jesus Christ, where John Cassinat explains the content of the same verses. Watch for future verse-by-verse podcasts for chapter 7 as they are published twice weekly.

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This podcast summarizes and gives an overview of the seven seals described in the Book of Revelation. The seven seals represent the redemptive works of Jesus Christ during the earth’s seven thousand year temporal existence. They are first identified in Revelation 5 and the opening of the seals begins in Revelation six. The first four historical seals are described briefly in Revelation 6 and cover the period from 4000 BC to the birth of Christ. The symbolism of three prophetic seals cover the period from 1 AD to the end of the earth after the millennium and they are also described and summarized in this podcast.

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This podcast explains in detail the meaning of the First Seal identified in Revelation 6:1-2. This seal covers the period of time from approximately 4000 to 3000 BC. This is the first of four historical seals described by the image of a white horse and a rider with a crown and bow who conquers his enemies. The imagery represents the triumphal conquest (both temporally and spiritually) of the prophet Enoch. After a ministry of 365 years, Enoch and his city were translated and taken into heaven.

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This podcast explains the symbolic images used by John in his vision of the second seal of seven opened in Revelation 6:3-4. In these verses he sees a red horse and rider, which represent bloodshed and death in the second thousand years of the earth’s temporal existence. This coincides in time with the period of the great flood in the days of Noah between 3000 and 2000 BC. This podcast also explains the mechanism of the flood by first talking about the creation. The earth was organized through accretion which resulted in a hot molten earth. As the earth cooled rapidly, hot magma began to crystalize to form oceanic crust and continental crust. In the earth’s cooling process, water was expelled to form a shallow ocean on the surface of the crust. Continued cooling beneath the earth’s crust caused additional water to be expelled which formed a subterranean ocean. At the time of the flood, a rupture in the crust allowed the subterranean waters to be expelled to the surface very rapidly. This is described in Genesis 7:11 as the “fountains of the great deep.” The effects of this rupture in the crust are discussed in this podcast.

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This podcast explains the symbolic images used by John in his vision of the third seal of seven opened in Revelation 6:5-6. In these verses, he sees a black horse and rider, as well as other symbols that represent famines in the third thousand years of the earth’s temporal existence. This coincides in time with the period of the patriarchs, including Abraham, Isaac, Jacob (Israel) and Joseph. There were also famines in the days of the judges in Israel and the three kings of Israel, including Saul, David and Solomon. This great time of famine occurred between approximately 2000 and 1000 BC.

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