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Seven Hills and Seven Kings? What does it mean?

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Dave: The end times! Revelation 17:9-10 says, ‚ÄúThis calls for a mind with wisdom. The seven heads are seven hills on which the woman sits. They are also seven kings. Five have fallen, one is, the other has not yet come; but when he does come, he must remain for only a little while.”

Jeff: What are these seven hills and seven kings?

Dave: As Kenneth Gentry points out, “The first seven Caesars of Rome are Julius, Augustus, Tiberius, Gaius, Claudius, Nero, and Galba.”

Jeff: Whoa – Notice that Nero was the sixth Caesar and that he was alive and possibly Caesar even when Revelation was written.

Dave: And Revelation 17 said the sixth King was alive at that time!

Jeff: Plus, Galba, the seventh Caesar, only reigned for seven months.

Dave: And Rev 17 says the seventh one will be for “only a little while.”

Jeff: Also of note is that Revelation 17 refers to the seven hills that represent seven Kings. Rome has seven famous hills (*Even Wikipedia notes them, calling their article The Seven Hills of Rome.)

Dave: Just like the Bible says.


One Response to Revelation: 7 Hills & 7 Kings

  1. len says:

    I won’t explain why the following is the correct interpretation of the seven kings
    (using the kjv bible reading); but it is correct.

    In the history of the U.S. presidency there have been 3 occasions when an elected president took office, that there were 5 preceding presidents still alive. The last time his occurred was when George W. (43) took office. This makes Mr. Obama the seventh king. When Mr. Obama finished his first term, there was no doubt he would be reelected. (he must continue a short space)

    and as a frightening side note,,,,,,Mr. Obama’s premature departure from office is described in the book of Daniel,Ch 11 the last two verses and Ch 12 the 1st verse(kjv bible)….buckle your seatbelts boys and girls.

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