The great battle called Armagedon

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An evil spirit that looked like a frog came out of the mouth of the dragon. One also came out of the mouth of the beast, and another out of the mouth of the false prophet (v. 13). These evil spirits had the power to work miracles (v. 14). They went to every king on earth, to bring them together for a battle against God. These evil demons draw people to their evil cause. Remember that Christ says, “When I come, it will surprise you like a thief (v. 15)! He goes on to say, but God will bless you, if you are awake and ready. Then you won’t have to walk around naked and be ashamed.” All the armies came together in a place near the city of Meggido, that in Hebrew is called Armagedon ( v. 16).As soon as the seventh angel emptied his bowl in the air, a loud voice from the throne in the temple shouted, “It’s done” (v. 17)! There were flashes of lightning, roars of thunder, and the worst earthquake in all of history takes place (v. 18). The great city of Babylon split into three parts, and the cities of other nations fell (v. 19). So God made Babylon drink from the wine cup that was filled with his anger. Every island and the mountains disappeared (v. 20). Hailstones, weighing about a hundred pounds each, fell from the sky on people (v. 21). Finally, the people cursed God, because the hail was so terrible.



This great battle between God and sinful men is a reminder that when I face battles in this life God will meet and destroy the evil forces just like He does here if I allow Him to do so.

Revelation 16:13-21 (English Standard Version)

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