During the middle ages, the Papal system had millions of people put to death because they would not renounce Bible truth.Here is pictured, in symbolic language, the many martyrs of all ages whose blood, like the blood of Abel (Genesis 4:8-10), cries out to God for justice and a vindication of the truths for which they died.Those who are ready to meet Jesus will joyfully exclaim “Lo, this is our God; we have waited for Him and He will save us.” Isaiah 25:9.
November 13, 1833, brought the most extensive display of falling stars which has ever been recorded.The phrase “kill one another” suggests internal controversy, discord and strife. The “wheat” and “barley” was 8-16 times more expensive than normal indicating scarcity and famine.The Church, during this time, entered a period of great moral and doctrinal error, substituting pagan beliefs and practices for the truths of God’s Word, and merchandising the Gospel. God decreed, “Hurt not the oil and the wine,” which symbolize the Holy Spirit (Zechariah 4:3, 6) and the blood of Jesus (Matthew -29).In these precious hours while time yet remains, we can still make peace with God through Jesus Christ who loves us. Make Jesus your personal Friend and Saviour and you will have nothing to fear. Providing a third-party article on indicates that we stand behind the content of that particular article, but it is not an endorsement by Amazing Discoveries of the author's opinion, lifestyle or work published elsewhere.