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Explain Revelation 14:6-7

Concerning salvation; is it possible by following Revelation 14:6-7 a person could be saved? Could they be accepted into the kingdom of heaven? Before you answer consider reading these two versus very carefully.

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 ---mima on 2/3/06
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Mima, I agree with Rebeca. That in the time of the tribulation An angel is making the call for people to repent and come to Christ. Verse 6, Midst of heaven; "from a Greek term (mid-heaven) denoting the point in the noonday sky where the sun reaches its Zenith. This is the highest and brightest point, where all can see and hear. The everlasting gospel; The angel is preaching the good news concerning everlasting life and entrance into the kingdom of God
---Lupe2618 on 5/10/08

According to the Scofield Reference Bible, the everlasting gospel is to be preached to the earthdwellers at the very end of the great tribulation and immediately preceding the judgement of the nations(Mt. 25:31). It is neither the Gospel of the Kingdom, nor of Grace. Though its burden is judgement, not salvation, it is good news to Israel and to those who, during the tribulation, have been saved(Rev. 7:9-14, Luke 21:28, Psalms 96:11-13, Isa. 35:4-10)
---Cynthia on 9/1/07

Yes it is possible because thats what the word said. God is merciful and as long as there is a chance for repentance there grace abounds. The only place there will be no repentance is the (grave) Ghenna, sheol/bottomless pit?. Whether the term means the second death or whatever?, that would need further study on what grave the writer was referring to.
---Carla5754 on 3/23/07

Yes, people will be saved during the tribulation, but it will be the one who have not heart the gospel before the rapture. Those who have heard the gospel and rejected it, God will send them a strong delusion that they may believe a lie. 2thes.2:2-12
---Rev_Herb on 3/23/07

Yes they will be some get saved during the great tribulation. Read Revelations 6:13-17. Jesus said these are the ones that came out of the great tribulation.
---Rebecca_D on 3/22/07

I do not believe so. John sees the Lamb, Jesus Christ who has returned to earth and is standing with a multitude of the redeemed on Mount Zion. John also sees several angels, who deliver messages of encouragement to God's people in the midst of PERSECUTION and assure them that DOOM is coming for THOSE who worship the BEAST. ---In any case do not wait that long.
---catherine on 3/22/07

Yes this is what this means. People will be saved during the great tribulation.
---Rebecca_D on 3/22/07

Yes, some are saved during the tribulation. There are 144,000, who are of children of Israel, who are sealed with the seal of God. Revelation 7:3,4 Two witnesses prophesy for 1260 days. Revelation 11:3-12,13...and the remnat were affrighted, and gave glory to God of heaven. Those who are saved are likely to suffer persecution or even death. Revelation 6:9-11
---Ulrika on 2/7/06

Here is an excerpt from Gill's Commentary. "I think a set of Gospel preachers are intended, who will appear at the beginning of the spiritual reign of Christ,
and will be a means of ushering it in; and these are the watchmen of Zion, who will give the Lord no rest till he has made Jerusalem the praise of the
whole earth; and who will then see eye to eye in Gospel mysteries, and will publish good tidings of peace and salvation, and proclaim Zion's King reigning."
---rex6965 on 2/7/06

Hello brother Pierr, I was only answering the question put up, nothing else. I have no problem with free will. Others do. How about yours on the SDA's. You have a battle going on. I decided not to get involve, same as the Liberal question. That one has a lot of personal feelings involve in it and has nothing on teaching Scripture. Your questions do. Love you brother but if you follow mine, just check for motives. That will give you an idea as to why we do things.
---Lupe2618 on 2/7/06

LUPE: Very nice comment Lupe but you did not adress what kind of people a positive response to the 3 angels produces: patient and commandment keeping (v7) Hope you have recovered from your "free will" battle! P.
---Pierre on 2/5/06

2. He is urging the people of the world to change their allegiance from the beast to the Lamb. It is also called in the New Testament the Gospel of God, the Gospel of grace, the Gospel of Christ, the Gospel of peace, the Glorious Gospel, and the Gospel of the Kingdom. Verse 7; Fear God; Not Satan, nor the antichrist. This is the theme of Scripture, calling people to give honor, glory, worship, and reverance to God, because His judgment has come.. The last moments.
---Lupe2618 on 2/4/06

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