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Revealing the Father through the Book of Revelation: The Four Winds and the Four Winds (Revelation 7:1)

The Four Angels As the vision unfolded, John first saw four angels that looked as though God had given them power over the elements of nature (Rev. 14:18; 16:5). They are standing at the four corners of the earth. They hold back the four winds (Jer. 49:36; Matt. 24:31).  All the winds would blow on the entire earth if  God did not restrain the four angels, that “the wind should not blow on the earth, on the sea, or on any tree” (Rev. 7:1). The mighty four angels ensured that no wind would blow on any part of the earth. Taken literally, it would mean there would be no wind, no breeze, no waves breaking on the shore, and no movement of clouds in the sky; everything would be deathly still. [1]   The Four Winds In Hebrew and Greek, the word translated “wind” and “Spirit” is the same. We should view “the four winds” figuratively. Thus, Paul used the word “wind” to refer to the “wind of doctrines” (Eph. 4:14) or the “ wind of teachings” (Eph. 4:14, NIV). “The four winds” represe

What is Different about "Revealing the Father through the Book of Revelation"?

What makes the message of the new book, " Revealing the Father through the Book of Revelation ," different are many key features of the book, such as: 1- The new book focuses on revealing the person and the works of the heavenly Father through the Lord Jesus Christ. So, it helps the fellowship with the heavenly Father in Christ. 2- The interpretations of all the images and symbols in the new book have the biblical background and the Hebraic thoughts on biblical times. There is no personal opinion or imagination. The primary reference of the new book is the Bible itself. 3- The new book interprets images and symbols of Revelation based on their spiritual realities. Moreover, it presents the defeat of the evil realities through the death and the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Therefore, realities such as the dragon, the beast, and the false prophet are defeated figures destined to perdition. 4- The new book revised the translation of many Greek terms and expressions of the