In this short video, A Voice In The Desert cites Matthew 24:24, For false christs and false prophets will rise and show great signs and wonders to deceive, if possible, even the elect.
A Voice In The Desert are false teachers.
A Voice In The Desert teaches a futuristic 70th week of Daniel, but it was about Messiah’s ministry and the time when He died for our sins as the Spotless Lamb. It has nothing to do with the end times or the antichrist. Read The 70th Week Of Daniel 9 Decoded
A Voice In The Desert teaches a futuristic fulfillment of Messiah’s Olivet Discourse, even though Messiah clearly declared that all of the things that He described would take place in that generation of Jewish leaders who He had just condemned in Matthew 23. Read The Olivet Discourse Deception
A Voice In The Desert teaches a futuristic fulfillment of Revelation, but most of the prophecies have been fulfilled in exactly detail during the last 1.900 years. Read Revelation Timeline Decoded
A Voice In The Desert declares that they’re anonymous.
A Voice in the Desert is anonymous. Its purpose is to point people to the message, rather than the messenger. Most modern day prophets promote themselves more than the teachings of Jesus and the true message of Revelation. A Voice in the Desert challenges that error and more. Some of the things you hear on this channel may be difficult to understand, and may offend you. The goal, however, is to sweep away dogmas and traditions to reveal what Jesus actually taught.
This might seem pious, but what it really does is hide who is behind these videos. Given their false, futuristic explanations, the videos may be from the very enemy.
I pray that the publishers of A Voice In The Desert find the truth about prophecy fulfillment, for they are declaring things which they will regret when they stand before Messiah.
Messiah’s apocalyptic vision is a war manual, designed to hide the explanation from those who should not understand it. It uses symbolic words that are defined in the Old Testament to point to a literal fulfillment. If you read Revelation only from a literal perspective, the interpretation is hidden.
Understanding the vision is like taking a Biblical final exam. If you’ve read the whole Word, you will have seen the symbolism that Messiah uses and can apply it to the fulfillment.
If you read Revelation as one chronological narrative, the prophecies seem out of sequence. That’s because it has four chronological layers, each of which spans from when it was written until Messiah returns.
This book explains the prophecies of Revelation on a timeline to help you see how the four chronological layers interact with each other, so that you can comprehend the whole vision.
You will learn how to identify who fulfills the role of the son of perdition, the antichrist beast, the false prophet, and the harlot called ‘Mystery, Babylon the Great.’ You will understand the proper context of the seal, trumpet, and bowl judgments; the little book of Revelation 10, and the two witnesses of Revelation 11.
Whether you’re a novice at Bible prophecy or someone who has studied it extensively, I provide an explanation that is easy to understand yet has the depth of verse by verse explanations to provide you the evidence you need to prove it out.