According to the increase,ARMAGEDDON,is NOT a war,contrary to popular opinion.It is a city of...
REFUGE.What is your connection?
I don't fully understand the question but I'm going to poke the sack anyway.If Armageddon is a city of Refuge then I was born in that city due to being in need of escape from the advenger of the blood because I'm a sinner I shed the blood of the Messiah and am covered in the blood of the innocent the city of Refuge is for the one who shed blood but was not guilty of wrong.I guess I shouldn't have tried to answer a question I don't fully understand.
Isn't Armageddon derived from the valley of Magiddo where the final battle is supposed to takes place, so its more of a place than a town or a battle itself.
According to my understanding of the Scripture, It is place name. More precisely it is a valley name. Where the last battle would take place.
But I wonder if you would take that battle mentioned in the Bible as a literal. Most of the prophet books in the bible are full of metaphors and imageries.
The bible specifically refers to ARMAGOEDDON as God's war.. Revelation 16:14 states “the kings of the entire inhabited earth” will be gathered together “to the war of the great day of God the Almighty" and then adds "And they gathered them together to the place that is called in Hebrew Har–Magedon,” or ARMAGEDDON.. Later, Revelation explains, “the kings of the earth and their armies” will be “gathered together to wage the war with the one seated on the horse and with his army”.. This horseman is identified as Jesus Christ (1 Timothy 6: 14,15; Revelation 19: 11, 12, 16.. Long story short, Armageddon is a war between God and the forces of disobedient mankind.. Armageddon will “bring to ruin those ruining the earth" (Revelation 11:18)..Also it will be the beginning for a new world God promised in Revelation 21:3,4
Armageddon has become a some what popular term, you can better understand this on how the word Mecca is mostly depicted as the epicentre of everything. Although originally derived from the word Makkah, which happens to be religious place of divine worship for Muslims.
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