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Redeemer/Blood Avenger
Michael Heiss—October 19, 2011

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Before we start, I think I need to clarify something I said yesterday about the Ten Commandments. God speaks the Ten Commandments, but He does not use the word 'commandment.' It's doesn't mean they're not commandments. When God said that He spoke 'all those words,' the word is 'dvareem'—which means word. When you see three times in the Old Testament the term Ten Commandments, it is also 'dvareem'—the word.

You've all heard the phrase '…and the Word of the Lord came to him…'—this is God's message. You obey God's message, they are commands. It's just that they are more than just commands. How many times has Fred read in the Old Testament where God says, 'Obey My voice.' When God speaks, His voice is spoken in words. I want to emphasize that they are commandments. It's not that they're the ten suggestions or the ten ideas. It's not like 'Yoo-hoo, Israel, I've got a couple of ideas here; in fact I've got ten of them and I think that you should consider them.' No, no,no! They are commands.

He puts them above mere commands! 'This comes from My mouth!' I just wanted to clarify that; they are commands of God, but in God's minds He doesn't see them as commands per se; He sees them as His teaching, His instruction—and you obey God! It's sort of like a Monopoly game and you want to know: Can I build a house here? How many houses can I build before I have a hotel? You go to the instructions. That would be the voice of the game. The voice of God—you don't disregard them. They are commands of God and I just wanted to make sure that nobody misunderstood. It's just that God doesn't use the word command when He does that. Hopefully that will clear things up.

God's Justice System:

I want to finish what I started yesterday in the criminal justice system, but I've got to back up a little bit to get us up to par. We learned about the tithe and we learned that God says to give the firstfruits to the priests, but God also said to give the tithe to the Levites.

Numbers 18:21: "And behold, I have given the sons of Levi all the tithe in Israel for an inheritance, for their service which they serve, the service of the tabernacle of the congregation. Neither must the children of Israel come near the tabernacle of the congregation from this time forward, lest they bear sin and die. But the Levites shall do the service of the tabernacle of the congregation…" (vs 21-23).

Verse 24: "But the tithes of the children of Israel, which they offer as a heave offering to the LORD, I have given to the Levites to inherit…." What God is saying here is that when the Levites take the tithes and they give a tenth to the priests, God considers that tenth as thought the Levites produced it themselves. That's the mind of God in this! Where did the Levites get the tithe? The people gave it to them—but where? Now we're going to come to our cities—remember we were talking about the various cities.

Numbers 25:37 (also Joshua 21:41): "All the cities which you shall give to the Levites shall be forty-eight cities…."—there were 48 Levitical cities

1-Chronicles 6:60 (also Joshua 21:19)—we find that God says that 13 cities belong to the priests. Which meant that if you were somewhere in Israel and you had your produce, you went to a Levite near you—one of the 48 cities—and the Levites could then go to one of the priestly cities, didn't have to go to Jerusalem. Of course, if you lived in Judea then you could go to Jerusalem, but if you lived east of the Jordan you're not going to make a trip three, four, five times a year just to give your produce to priests or the Levites in Jerusalem. What I want to emphasize is that this system that we have here was in effect for over a thousand years. I want to show the continuity of that.

Nehemiah 10:34: "And we cast lots among the priests, and the Levites, and the people for the wood offering to bring it into the house of our God, according to the houses of our fathers… [v 35]: and to bring the firstfruits of our ground and the firstfruits of all fruit of all trees, year by year, to the house of the LORD; and to bring the firstborn of our sons and of our livestock, as it is written in the law, and the firstlings of our herds and of our flocks… [v 37]: and that we should bring the firstfruits of our dough, and our offerings, and the fruit of all kinds of trees, of wine and of oil, to the priests, to the rooms of the house of our God; and the tithes of our ground to the Levites…" (vs 34-37).

Remember, when Israel crossed over into the promised land it was roughly 1446B.C. Nehemiah was living and writing in 440s B.C.—a thousand years and the system is the same. Read the description in Neh. 10 and the description in Num. and you'll find it's the exact same principle. These cities are very, very important, because we're going to talk about the criminal justice system and it's going to show what God is going to do as Judge, as part of His criminal justice system for the entire earth. It can blow your mind when you read the concept in the Hebrew. I've must have gone over this for 20 years and never got it, because, dumb me, I was reading it in English. I can't get it in English. Should have read the Hebrew. Easy! One guy really ticked me off in a humorous way. He said, 'Mike, you're having trouble with the Hebrew. That's ridiculous! Any 7-year-old kid in Israel can speak Hebrew, why can't you?' I said, 'Thanks a lot!'

We're now going to read Numbers 35:6 in some detail. Remember, the Bible is a book of addition, not subtraction. "And among the cities which you shall give to the Levites, there shall be six cities for refuge, which you shall appoint for the manslayer… [this is the one who kills accidentally, not premeditated] …so that he may flee there. And you shall add forty-two cities to them…. [there's our 48] …All the cities which you shall give to the Levites shall be forty-eight cities…." (vs 6-7).

Verse 11: "Then you shall choose cities to be cities of refuge for you so that the slayer who kills any person through error may flee there. And they shall be to you cities for refuge from the avenger so that the manslayer does not die until he stands before the congregation in judgment…. [again, we talked about a tribunal] … And the cities which you shall choose shall be six cities for refuge. You shall give three cities on this side of the Jordan, and you shall give three cities in the land of Canaan to be cities of refuge. These six cities shall be a refuge for the children of Israel, and for the stranger, and for anyone who stays among them, so that everyone who kills any person through error may flee there. And if he strikes him with an instrument of iron so that he dies, he is a murderer. The murderer shall surely be put to death. And if he strikes him by throwing a stone with which he may die, and if he dies, he is a murderer. The murderer shall surely be put to death. Or if he strikes him with a hand weapon of wood with which he may die, and if he dies, he is a murderer. The murderer shall surely be put to death. The revenger of blood himself shall kill the murderer. When he meets him, he shall kill him" (vs 11-19).

Understand this 'blood avenger.' It's not just something it's okay to do. God says it's something he shall do! This was His justice system. You didn't have the state, you didn't have prisons, you didn't have executioners as such. God says that if somebody kills your relative, premeditatedly, you kill him. That's a command of God! This is sometimes difficult to understand, but that's what God is telling us. It is impossible to cleanse the land without this happening, which is going to explain why God is going to do what He's going to do as described in Revelation. We're going to find that the earth cannot be cleansed unless blood is shed for all of those in the beast power.

It's a fascinating concept and we're going to see that in the Hebrew words themselves. You have to have the New Testament to understand that. Fred has told us many times that you understand the Old in the light of the New, but you can't understand fully the New unless you have the basis in the Old. It takes both! You have to have a fit!

We find here that the murderer should be put to death; the revenger of blood shall do it. Verse 20: "And if he stabs him from hatred, or hurls at him by lying in wait, so that he dies, or in hatred strikes him with his hand so that he dies, he who struck him shall surely he put to death. He is a murderer. The revenger of blood will kill the murderer when he meets him. But if he thrusts him suddenly without hatred, or has thrown something on him without lying in wait, or with any stone with which a man may die if he does not see… [He could be hunting; what happens if you shoot your partner by mistake? You didn't want to! You didn't do it deliberately! But you should have been more careful] …and throws it upon him so that he dies, and was not his enemy, neither sought his harm, then the congregation shall judge between the one who kills and the revenger of blood according to these judgments" (vs 20-24). We'll see more detail in Deut. and Joshua.

Verse 25: "And the congregation shall deliver the one who kills out of the hand of the revenger of blood…. [This is assuming that the man didn't do it deliberately. The congregation is not going to let this 'blood avenger' kill indiscriminately.] …And the congregation shall send him back to the city of his refuge to which he had fled. And he shall stay in it until the death of the high priest who was anointed with the Holy oil."

What it means is that if I kill somebody by accident, I can run right away to a city of refuge; I'll stand at the gate, I'll knock, they'll let me in, I'll explain what happened and if the 'avenger of blood' comes there's going to be an inquiry. I can be sent back to my original city and they will hold an inquiry. If they find that it was an accident I go back to the city of refuge and I stay there until the death of the high priest. If the high priest is long-lived it can be a death sentence—life imprisonment. On the other hand, if the high priest dies before I do, then I am set free. The whole purpose of it is to make sure that a person is not killed indiscriminately!

Verse 26: "But if the one who killed shall at any time come outside the border of the city of his refuge to which he had fled, and if the avenger of blood finds him outside the borders of the city of his refuge, and if the avenger of blood kills the slayer, he shall not be guilty of blood…. [if this happened to you, you'd better stay in that city; you'd better not move out of it] …Because he should have remained in the city of his refuge until the death of the high priest. But after the death of the high priest, the one who killed shall return to the land of his possession." (vs 26-28). Verse 30: "Whoever kills any person, the murderer shall be put to death by the mouth of witnesses. But one witness shall not testify against any person to cause him to die. And you shall take no ransom for the life of a murderer who is guilty of death. But he shall surely be put to death. And you shall take no ransom for him who has fled to the city of his refuge to return to live in the land until the death of the high priest. So you shall not defile the land in which you are. For blood defiles the land. And the land cannot be cleansed of the blood that is shed in it, except by the blood of him that shed it." (vs 30-33).

That is profound! You've got to let that sink in! God is saying that if you kill somebody deliberately, you must die. If you don't die 'I cannot cleanse the land.' That's the mind of God! I have to admit, it's not my mind, but maybe that's why I'm not God! It is God who said it! Blood is so important and we're going to see that.

Verse 34: "So do not defile the land which you shall inhabit, in which I dwell. For I the LORD dwell among the children of Israel."

We're going to see a continuation of this, a little repetition, Deuteronomy 19:1: "When the LORD your God has cut off the nations whose land the LORD your God gives you, and when you take their place and live in their cities and in their houses, you shall separate three cities for you… [the cities of refuge] …in the middle of your land, which the LORD your God gives you to possess it. You shall prepare you a way, and divide the borders of your land which the LORD your God gives you to inherit into three parts so that any manslayer may flee there. And this is the case of the manslayer who shall flee there that he may live: whoever in error kills his neighbor whom he did not hate in time past, even he who goes into the wood with his neighbor to cut wood, and his hand brings a stroke with the axe to cut down the tree, and the head slips from the wood and lights on his neighbor so that he dies; he shall flee to one of those cities and live so that the avenger of the blood may not pursue the manslayer while his heart is hot, and overtake him because the way is long and kill him, though the man is not worthy of death, for he did not hate him in time past" (vs 1-6).

You've got to remember, it's the one who is worthy of death, the one who committed premeditated murder. This is not 'book em Dano, murder one' (old 'Hawaii Five O' TV show). This is involuntary manslaughter.

Verse 7: "Therefore I command you, saying, 'You shall separate three cities for you.' And if the LORD your God makes your border larger, as He has sworn to your fathers, and gives you all the land which He promised to give to your fathers; if you will keep all these commandments which I command you today, to do them, to love the LORD your God, and to walk always in His ways, then you shall add to yourself three more cities to these three" (vs 7-11).

This is most interesting. Didn't God say to Abraham, after he was willing to kill Isaac, 'Because you have done this, I will bless you; I've sworn by Myself I will do this'? Unconditional! Well, unconditional in giving the promises, but not unconditional to what extent He would grant those promises. There is a difference! How many times has Fred said to us, 'If, if,if…'

Let's read that again, v 8: "…if the LORD your God makes your border larger, as He has sworn to your fathers…" What does it mean IF He does it? Hasn't He promised to do it? Yes! He has, but it's conditional—on what?

Verse 9: "If you will keep all these commandments which I command you today, to do them, to love the LORD your God, and to walk always in His ways, then you shall add to yourself three more cities to these three." They did that, but not for long.

Judges 2:8: "And Joshua the son of Nun, the servant of the LORD, died, being a hundred and ten years old. And they buried him on the border of his inheritance in Timnath Heres, in mount Ephraim, on the north side of the hill Gaash. And also all that generation were gathered to their fathers. And there arose another generation after them who did not know the LORD, nor even the works which He had done for Israel" (vs 8-10).

Back up in v 7: "And the people served the LORD all the days of Joshua, and all the days of the elders that outlived Joshua, who had seen all the great works of the LORD that He did for Israel."

During this period, Israel was basically following God. He did enlarge their borders. They did have the six cities of refuge. But then, what happened?

Verse 10: "There arose another generation after them who did not know the LORD, nor even the works which He had done for Israel. And the children of Israel did evil in the sight of the LORD and served Baalim" (vs 10-11). You can read the rest of the book of Judges—a sordid mess!

Deuteronomy 19:10—three more cities: "So that innocent blood may not be shed in your land… [God is concerned with innocent blood] …which the LORD your God gives you for an inheritance and guilt of bloodshed may not be on you. But if a man hates his neighbor and lies in wait for him and attacks him and strikes him mortally so that he dies, and flees to one of these cities, then the elders of his city… [the elders of the city from which he fled; not the city of refuge] …shall send and bring him away from there and deliver him…" (vs 10-12).

If he goes to the city of refuge, seeks refuge, then a tribunal is held and find that he is guilty of murder, then he's to be brought back to his city and "…into the hand of the avenger of blood so that he may die. Your eye shall not pity him, but you shall put away the guilt of innocent blood from Israel so that it may go well with you" (vs 12-13).

One last segment on the cities of refuge, Joshua 20:1: "And the LORD spoke to Joshua, saying, 'Speak to the children of Israel, saying, "Appoint cities of refuge for you, as I have spoken to you by the hand of Moses; that the manslayer who in innocence strikes anyone mortally, without knowing, may flee there. And they shall be your refuge from the avenger of blood. And he shall flee to one of those cities, and shall stand at the entrance of the gate of the city…"'" (vs 1-4).

The Bible is book of addition. Here we find out that he's knocking on the gates of the city, knocking on the door, "…and shall declare his cause in the ears of the elders of that city…. [one of the six cities of refuge] …And they shall take him into the city to themselves and make him a place, and he shall live with them. And if the avenger of blood pursues him, then they shall not deliver the manslayer into his hand, for he has struck his neighbor without knowing, and did not hate him in past time. And he shall live in that city until he stands before the congregation for judgment, until the death of the high priest who is in those days. Then the manslayer shall return and come to his city, and to his house, to the city from where he fled" (vs 4-6). Then it describes the cities that make up the six.

Verse 9: "These were the appointed cities for all the children of Israel, and for the stranger who was living in their midst, that he who had killed anyone without knowing might flee there and not die by the hand of the avenger of blood, until he stood before the congregation."

Here we have the three cities. We know that it was in the mouth of two or more witnesses, because God was concerned that an innocent man not be killed. He was dealing with flawed human beings. But what is most interesting now. We are going to see something fascinating between avenger and redeemer.

Blood Avenger:

I want you take down these Scriptures:

  • Numbers 35:12-19
  • Deuteronomy 19:6-12
  • Joshua 20:3, 5, 9


There are several places in the Bible where 'redeemer' is used; we're going to use primarily the ones in Isaiah. Isaiah 41:14; 43:1-14; 44:6-24; 47:4; 48:17—all those Scriptures say:

  • I, the Lord your Redeemer
  • or I am your Redeemer
  • or the Redeemer

We're only going to look at one verse, Genesis 48:16—this is the time where Jacob is sick, he's going to die very soon. Joseph has come to him; he blesses Ephraim and Manasseh, and he says something most interesting.

Genesis 48:16: "The Angel Who has redeemed me from all evil, bless the lads…." The word is 'e gal'—redeemed—brought me back, preserved me, took me out of harms way—that's what the word 'evil' means. It comes from a Hebrew word which means evil and also means calamity, dire straights. God is both!

I gave the word blood avenger and I gave you redeemer. This one blew my mind when I read it in the Hebrew—they are the same Hebrew word! We're talking about two sides of the same coin. God is blood avenger and God is redeemer—both! You cannot have one without the other.

Reading it in English I never got it. For 20 years I read this in English and never got it. In the Hebrew it jumps out at you.


We're going to see how important blood is and how God uses it. You all know the story of what happened with Cain and Abel. When God pursues Cain and says, 'Cain, where is your brother Abel.' Cain said, 'I don't know; am I my brother's keeper?' What does God say?

Genesis 4:10: "…'What have you done? The voice of your brother's blood cries to Me from the ground." There's that word blood; this is important to God.

Genesis 9:5: "And surely the blood of your lives will I require. At the hand of every animal will I require it, and at the hand of man…. [If you've got a rogue animal and it kills a man, you kill that animal] …At the hand of every man's brother will I require the life of man. Whoever sheds man's blood, his blood shall be shed by man…" (vs 5-6). This is important! Why?

Leviticus 17:11—God speaking: "For the life of the flesh is in the blood. And I have given it to you upon the altar to make an atonement for yourselves; for it is the blood that makes an atonement for life." Blood is sacred. You do not kill people indiscriminately. Execution is one thing, but being a murderer is something else. Notice what God says, "…I have given it to you upon the altar to make an atonement…"

What did Paul tell us in Heb. 10—'It is impossible for the blood of bulls and goats to make atonement for sin.' It's impossible to take away sin!

When God says, 'I have given it to you' this is a prophecy of Himself. This is a prophecy of when God is going to give His own Son—God manifest in the flesh—Who is going to give His blood upon the altar for the sins of mankind. Blood is so important! God is our Blood Avenger!

We're going to look at Romans 12:19—What did Paul say about blood avenger and avenging. Actually, Paul didn't really say it, but he was quoting the Old Testament. Romans 12:19: "Beloved, do not avenge yourselves; rather, leave this to God's wrath; for it is written, 'Vengeance is Mine! I will recompense'… [I will repay] …says the Lord." This is a direct quote from:

Deuteronomy 32:35: "Vengeance and retribution belong to Me…." Why is that? Because God is Blood Avenger! Remember that! He is our Blood Avenger! It explains to us why He's going to do what He's going to do in the book of Revelation.

For years I wondered, I would ask myself, why, O Lord, are You going to this? Can't you punish mankind without all this? I love mountains; I love rivers; I like seeing woodpeckers up and down trees, and I think of the horrible times that are coming. Read these plagues:

Revelation 16: 1: "Then I heard a loud voice from the temple say to the seven angels, 'Go and pour out the vials of the wrath of God onto the earth.' And the first angel went and poured out his vial onto the earth; and an evil and grievous sore fell upon the men who had the mark of the beast, and upon those who were worshiping his image. And the second angel wentand poured out his vial into the sea; and it became blood, like that of a dead man; and every living soul in the sea died. And the third angel poured out his vial upon the rivers, and into the fountains of waters; and they became blood. Then I heard the angel of the waters say, 'You are righteous, O Lord, Who are, and Who was, even the Holy One, in that You have executed this judgment. For they have poured out the blood of saints and of prophets, and You have given them blood to drink; for they are worthy.'" (vs 1-6). This is the blood of God's people. He is Blood Avenger! He does not take that office lightly.

Revelation 18:4: "And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, 'Come out of her, My people, so that you do not take part in her sins, and that you do not receive of her plagues, for her sins have reached as far as heaven, and God has remembered her iniquities. Render to her as she has rendered to you; and give to her double, even according to her works. In the cup that she mixed, give her back double'" (vs 4-6).

Verse 24—talking about this same power; the same evil system: "And in her the blood of prophets and saints was found, and theblood of all those who were slain on the earth."

Remember what God said back in Numbers? The land cannot be cleansed unless the blood of those who perpetrated this evil is also spilled!He won't cleanse it! He said, 'It cannot be cleansed!' That's how important blood is to God. You can't get away from this when you read the Bible through and through!

These are the seals, Revelation 6:9: "And when He opened the fifth seal, I saw under the altar the souls of those who had been slain for the Word of God, and for the testimony that they held; and they cried out with a loud voice, saying, 'How long, O Lord, Holy and true, do You not judge and avenge our blood on those who dwell on the earth?'" (vs 9-10) Again, Avenger of Blood! This is God the Father and Jesus Christ. They are our kin people. They are going to avenge the blood of the saints!

The final Scripture which really pictures it, Revelation 17:1—this is the judgment of the great whore who sits on the beast: "And one of the seven angels who had the seven vials came and spoke with me, saying to me, 'Come here; I will show you the judgment of the great whore who sits upon many waters; with whom the kings of the earth have committed fornication, and those who dwell on the earth were made drunk with the wine of her fornication.' Then he carried me away in the spirit to a wilderness; and I saw a woman sitting upon a scarlet beast that had seven heads and ten horns, full of names of blasphemy. And the woman was clothed in purple and scarlet, and was adorned with gold and pearls and precious stones; and she had a golden cup in her hand, filled with abominations and the filthiness of her fornication; and across her forehead a name was written: MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF THE HARLOTS AND OF THE ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH. And I saw the woman drunk with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus. And after seeing her, I wondered with great amazement" (vs 1-6).

"…drunk with the blood…" in essence means drenched with their blood. Remember what happened, the murders committed and the blood avenger waxed hot and come after you. There's going to come a time when our God is going to roar from the heavens and go forth as he did in the day of battle. He's going to, as they say in the old west: give em both barrels! He's going unleash His fury as the Blood Avenger! This is legal and this is what I want to emphasize. God is not a God who gives away to wild abandonment. He's not saying, 'Oh, I feel good about this.' No, no,no! This is justice! This is His righteousness!

What God says about executing the evil; God is speaking more to Israel, but in essence to the whole world, Ezekiel 33:11: "Say to them, 'As I live,' says the Lord GOD, 'I have no delight in the death of the wicked, except that the wicked turn from his way, and live. Turn you, turn you from your evil ways; for why will you die, O house of Israel?'" God isn't doing this for the shear pleasure of doing it. He is obligated as the Blood Avenger! I never got that straight; I never fully understood it; but it is so clear now! That's one of His titles. He redeems us and He avenges our blood! What if those people under the beast power repent? Interesting!

Revelation 16:10—these were the plagues that we saw: "And the fifth angel poured out his vial upon the throne of the beast; and his kingdom became full of darkness; and they gnawed their tongues because of the pain, and blasphemed the God of heaven because of their pains and their sores; yet they did not repent of their works" (vs 10-11). No repentance! God executes justice and judgment! Why won't they repent? I can think of only two reasons:

  1. they are so enmeshed, taken in with this system, that they just don't repent
  2. {speculation} If Fred has it right: there's going to be the mark of the beast and that mark is probably going to be a chip of some kind put in the body so you can buy and sell—it's going to be a partial mind-control

If you have communication from the central beast power, from the false prophet, the beast himself, and they are sending forth these messages—subliminal to the mind—they can't repent. Which would also explain why God would be justified in bringing them up to the Great White Throne Judgment. True, I know they willingly took the chip, they willing took the mark—but they didn't know what they were doing. Remember what Jesus said, 'Father, forgive them, they know not what they do.' Oh, they knew they were putting Him on the stake; they knew they were crucifying Him. But they didn't understand the significance. They didn't know Who He really was!

Likewise, we're going to be told, 'Oh, this will be wonderful; you don't have to worry about cash anymore; you can buy, you can sell. Recently they had a kid who was lost—they finally found him—but if they had a chip wouldn't it be wonderful to have your kids, your dogs have a chip and you can find them, you can locate them. Everybody has a chip and, of course, the subliminal message comes through from this power, controlling the mind.

God knows they didn't fully know it, didn't fully understand. Therefore, He would be justified in raising them up—without the chip—so they can learn God's way. I can't prove that. I'm not going to say dogmatically that that's the case, but I suspect that is a major factor.

I want to leave you with: Remember our God—our Father and Jesus Christ—are our Redeemer, to buy us back with His blood and They are Blood Avenger! That's why you're going to see this whole earth almost destroyed, scorched. Grass wiped out! Seas turned to blood! Unless the blood of all those people who committed murder, God Himself has said that the land cannot be cleansed! Remember: your loving God is your Redeemer and your Blood Avenger!

Scriptural References:

God's Justice System:

  • Numbers 18:21-24
  • Numbers 35:7
  • Nehemiah 10:34-37
  • Numbers 35:6-7, 11-28. 30-34
  • Deuteronomy 19:1-11, 8-9
  • Judges 2:8-10, 7, 10-11
  • Deuteronomy 19:10-13
  • Joshua 20:1-6, 9

Scriptures referenced, not quoted:

  • Joshua 21:41
  • 1 Chronicles 6:60
  • Joshua 21:19

Redeemer/Blood Avenger:

  • Genesis 48:16
  • Genesis 4:10
  • Genesis 9:5-6
  • Leviticus 17:11
  • Romans 12:19
  • Deuteronomy 32:35
  • Revelation 16:1-6
  • Revelation 18:4-6, 24
  • Revelation 6:9-10
  • Revelation 17:1-6
  • Ezekiel 33:11
  • Revelation 16:10-11

Scriptures referenced, not quoted:

  • Numbers 35:12-19
  • Deuteronomy 19:6-12
  • Joshua 20:3, 5, 9
  • Isaiah 41:14; 41:1-14; 44:6-24; 47:4; 48:17
  • Hebrews 10

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