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Christ is that Light that “illuminates” every one who comes into the world. But the antichrist is that one who tried to “eliminate” that One who was to come into the world. From Herod to Hitler and beyond the antichrist want to at least shut down the expression of Christ in the world since he couldn’t prevent His coming. It is the nature of Christ the Light of the world to illuminate (just as it is the nature of The righteous Branch to branch out) while it is the nature of antichrist to eliminate. Talk about a big bang! All of the prophecies and symbols and anticipation condensed into one place and time and one visible person, sort of a enriched spiritual point of singularity so thick with divine content it had to explode into Christ’s sinless supernatural life which had and is having such impact (launching the church in the process) it was unlike any life that had ever been or ever would be lived. Only the power and purity of such a life could ever serve to undo and unlock the secrets on BOTH sides* of the scroll so thoroughly and tragically sealed away as those conSEALED by the 7 seals, like a great door with 7 great impregnable locks whose keys were lost forever.
* Normally scrolls contained writing on one side only. The contents of this scroll couldn't be contained on only one side.
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