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Title: REVELATION 1722


1
REVELATION 17-22
2
Where Were Coming From
3
Where Were Coming From
  • 11-20 Prologue

4
Where Were Coming From
  • 11-20 Prologue
  • 21 322 7 Letters to 7 Churches

5
Where Were Coming From
  • 11-20 Prologue
  • 21 322 7 Letters to 7 Churches
  • 41 81 7 Seals

6
Where Were Coming From
  • 11-20 Prologue
  • 21 322 7 Letters to 7 Churches
  • 41 81 7 Seals
  • 82 1119 7 Trumpets

7
Where Were Coming From
  • 11-20 Prologue
  • 21 322 7 Letters to 7 Churches
  • 41 81 7 Seals
  • 82 1119 7 Trumpets
  • 121-158 7 Visions (except for 1st, I
    Saw/Looked)

8
Where Were Coming From
  • 11-20 Prologue
  • 21 322 7 Letters to 7 Churches
  • 41 81 7 Seals
  • 82 1119 7 Trumpets
  • 121-158 7 Visions
  • 161-21 7 Bowls

9
Where Were Coming From
  • 11-20 Prologue
  • 21 322 7 Letters to 7 Churches
  • 41 81 7 Seals
  • 82 1119 7 Trumpets
  • 121-158 7 Visions (including 3 beasts)
  • 161-21 7 Bowls
  • 171 225 7 Angels

10
From the Birds Eye View, 17-22
  • Angel 1
  • 171 One of the seven angels who had the seven
    bowls came and said Come . . .
  • Angel 2
  • 181 After this I saw another angel coming down
    out of heaven.
  • Angel 3
  • 1821 Then another angel picked up a boulder . .
    .
  • Angel 4
  • 1911 I saw heaven standing open and there
    before me was a white horse, whose rider is
    called Faithful and True
  • Angel 5
  • 1917 And I saw an angel standing in the sun,
    who cried in a loud voice . . .
  • Angel 6
  • 201 And I saw an angel coming down out of
    heaven, having the key to the Abyss . . .
  • Angel 7
  • 219 One of the seven angels who had the seven
    bowls . . . came and said to me Come . . .

11
The Broad Picture Were Given Here
  • Two Very Different Women Who Represent Two
    Very Different Cities Who Have Two Very
    Different Destinies

12
As We See at a Glance . . .
  • The One The Other
  • - Is a Whore - Is a Bride
  • - Has the appearance of beauty - Has the reality
    of beauty
  • - Is identified with Babylon - Is identified
    with the New Jerusalem
  • and is a haunt of demons and is the
    sanctuary of the Presence of God
  • - Will be thrown down and destroyed - Will be
    brought down in absolute glory

13
At Every Single Point in Chapters 17-22
  • John is in inviting us to compare and contrast
  • these two women
  • who represent these two cities.

14
Compare 17-18 21-22
  • 171 One of the seven angels who had the seven
    bowls came and said to me, "Come, I will show you
    the punishment of the great prostitute,
  • 219 One of the seven angels who had the seven
    bowls full of the seven last plagues came and
    said to me, "Come, I will show you the bride, the
    wife of the Lamb."
  • 173a Then the angel carried me away in the
    Spirit into a desert.
  • 2110 And he carried me away in the Spirit to a
    mountain great and high
  • 173b John sees a woman sitting on a scarlet
    beast … covered with blasphemous names
  • 2110b, 12 John sees the Holy City, Jerusalem,
    coming down out of heaven . . . names of the
    twelve tribes of Israel
  • 174a John sees The woman dressed in purple and
    scarlet … glittering with gold, precious stones
    and pearls.
  • 212, 11 John sees the bride beautifully dressed
    for her husband . . .and the city she
    represents shining with the glory of God, and
    its brilliance was like that of a very precious
    jewel, like a jasper, clear as crystal.
  • 174b The Whore has a a golden cup in her hand,
    filled with abominable things and the filth of
    her adulteries.
  • 2112-21 The Bridal City of God is filled with
    breathtaking purities and wonder a great, high
    wall with twelve gates perfectly balanced … and
    the city measures . . . 12,000 stadia in
    length, and as wide and high as it is long i.e.,
    a CUBE! Holy of Holies/size of known world. .
    . . made of jasper, and the city of pure gold, as
    pure as glass. 19 . . . decorated with every kind
    of precious stone. . . . jasper . . . sapphire .
    . . chalcedony . . . 21 The twelve gates were
    twelve pearls, each gate made of a single pearl.
    The great street of the city was of pure gold,
    like transparent glass.
  • 175 John sees the forehead of the Whore, with
    her name written on it MYSTERY BABYLON THE
    GREAT THE MOTHER OF PROSTITUTES AND OF THE
    ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH.
  • 224 John sees that her inhabitants will see his
    face, and his name will be on their foreheads.

15
Compare 17-18 21-22
  • 1713-14 The Whores servants will give their
    power and authority to the beast. . . And make
    war against the Lamb
  • 223 The Bride will serve the Lamb.
  • 182a John sees that Babylon will "Fall
  • 212 John sees that the Holy City will come
    down
  • 182b a home for demons and a haunt for every
    evil spirit, a haunt for every unclean and
    detestable bird.
  • 213 the dwelling of God is with men, and he
    will live with them.
  • 188-9 She is a place of death, mourning and
    famine where the kings of the earth will weep
    and mourn over her.
  • 214 In the City of God, God will wipe every
    tear from their eyes. There will be no more death
    or mourning or crying or pain
  • 1823a The Whore is told that the light of a
    lamp will never shine in you again.
  • 225 The Bride is promised that There will be no
    more night. They will not need the light of a
    lamp or the light of the sun, for the Lord God
    will give them light.
  • 1823b The Whore is told that the voice of
    bridegroom and bride will never be heard in you
    again.
  • 212 The Bride is getting ready for her
    unthinkably amazing husband.

16
At Every Single Point in Chapters 17-22
  • John is in inviting us to compare and contrast
  • these two women
  • who represent these two cities.
  • The One a Whore, and the Haunt of Demons,
    Destined For Destruction
  • The Other a Bride, and the Home of the Triune
    God, Destined for Eternal Bliss

17
At Every Single Point in Chapters 17-22
  • John is in inviting us to compare and contrast
  • these two women
  • who represent these two cities.
  • The One a Whore, and the Haunt of Demons,
    Destined For Destruction
  • The Other a Bride, and the Home of the Triune
    God, Destined for Eternal Bliss
  • AND WHY MIGHT JOHN BE DOING THIS?

18
TO INITIATE A CRISIS for the Church
  • And why on earth would John want to do that?
  • Because
  • Although the churches have been promised a
    bridal destiny
  • A whole lot of them have begun living again
    like/in accordance with the Great Whore of
    Babylon (being unfaithful to Jesus)
  • And thereby Showing that Her Destiny Might be
    Theirs!

19
You May Find it Interesting . . .
  • That in the 7 Letters to the 7 Churches (in chs.
    2-3)
  • When we Compare them to the Whore Bride (of chs
    17-22)
  • We See that
  • The Realities of BOTH
  • The Bride of Christ
  • The Great Whore of Babylon
  • Are represented within the Church

20
Bridal Destiny Represented in Promises
  • Jesus says that To those that Overcome
  • the tree of life (27)
  • in the midst of its (New Jerusalems) street
    the tree of life (222)
  • shall not be hurt by the second death (211)
  • on these the second death has no power (206)
  • a stone, . . . with a new name written (217)
  • city has 12 foundations, the names of the twelve
    apostles… of every precious stone (2114,19)
  • will give the morning star (226-28)
  • I am the bright morning star (2216)
  • will be clothed in white and have their name
    in the Book of Life (35)
  • dressed in fine white linen… and where you find
    the Book of Life (1914 2012)
  •  
  • sit with Me on My throne, and…on His throne
    (321)
  • and the throne of God and the Lamb shall be in
    it (New Jerusalem) (223)

21
Problem is The Whore Also Represented
  • For, as Jesus says,
  • remove your lampstand (25)
  • And the light of a lamp shall not shine in you
    (Babylon) (1823)
  • holding the teaching of Balaam . . . eating food
    sacrificed to idols (213-14)
  •  the false prophet who had performed signs of
    deceit…to make them worship the beast (1920)
  • permit that woman Jezebel…to deceive My servants
    into committing adultery (220,22-23)
  • The woman (Babylon)…has caused all the
    nations have drunk the maddening wine of her
    adulteries (183)
  • Repent…(or) you will not know in what hour I
    will come upon you (33)
  • Woe to you, the great city (Babylon)…for in one
    hour has your judgment come  (1810)
  • you say, I am rich… and have need of
    nothing…but the truth is they are naked
    (317-18)
  • the woman says, I sit as a queen…I will not see
    sorrow but she will be left naked (187,
    1716)

22
TO INITIATE A CRISIS for the Church
  • Because
  • Although the churches have been promised a
    bridal destiny
  • A whole lot of them have begun living again
    like/in accordance with the Great Whore of
    Babylon (being unfaithful to Jesus)
  • And thereby Showing that Her Destiny Might be
    Theirs!

23
And that is Why the Central Call in Chapters
17-18 (184) is
  • Come out of her my people!
  • So that you will not share in her sins,
  • So that you will not receive any of her plagues.

24
Raises Another Question
  • How Does the Church Come Out?

25
Seems that the Message of Rev 17-22, and in fact
the WHOLE BOOK OF REVELATION is answering this
Question
  • And the Answer IS
  • By Seeing the Love of Jesus
  • And more Specifically,
  • By Seeing the Love of Jesus, even for Whores Like
    Us

26
You See --
  • There is a tradition in Scripture
  • Of Jesus Redeeming Fallen Women
  • And Turning Whores into his Bride

27
We See this Tradition in
  • John 4 Where Jesus Embraces the Samaritan Woman
  • John 8 Where Jesus Forgives the Adulterous
    Woman
  • John 20 Where Jesus is seen to be married to
    Mary
  • Luke 7 Where Jesus forgives the Woman of Sin
  • The Book of REVELATION AS A WHOLE
  • The Whole thing has been moving to this Climactic
    Point
  • But in order to see it, we need remember the
    Story of Joshua

28
What Happens in the Story of Joshua?
  • Israel has been in the wilderness for 2 40
    years (42 years or 3 ½ decades) in 42
    encampments, Moses dies, and then God tells
    Joshua to get ready to enter the promised land.

29
Joshua 12
  • Now then, you and all these people, get ready
    to cross the Jordan River into the land I am
    about to give them

30
What Happens in the Story of Joshua?
  • Israel has been in the wilderness for 2 40
    years (42 years or 3 ½ decades) in 42
    encampments, Moses dies, and then God tells
    Joshua to get ready to enter the promised land.
  • Joshua sends two spies into Jericho, who discover
    a whore living there who is identified by her
    scarlet.

31
Joshua 21, 21
  • So they the two spies went and entered the
    house of a prostitute named Rahab and stayed
    there . . . And she tied a scarlet cord in the
    window.

32
What Happens in the Story of Joshua?
  • Israel has been in the wilderness for 2 40
    years (42 years or 3 ½ decades) in 42
    encampments, Moses dies, and then God tells
    Joshua to get ready to enter the promised land.
  • Joshua sends two spies into Jericho, who discover
    a whore living there who is identified by her
    scarlet.
  • And then, after taking the ark of the covenant
    and walking to the Jordan river with the 12
    tribes, the river dries up and Israel, whos
    about to do battle, passes through on dry land.

33
Joshua 314-17
  • So when the people broke camp to cross the
    Jordan, the priests carrying the ark of the
    covenant went ahead of them. . . . As soon as the
    priests who carried the ark reached the Jordan .
    . . The water from upstream stopped flowing . . .
    So the people crossed over . . . On dry ground.

34
What Happens in the Story of Joshua?
  • Israel has been in the wilderness for 2 40
    years (42 years or 3 ½ decades) in 42
    encampments, Moses dies, and then God tells
    Joshua to get ready to enter the promised land.
  • Joshua sends two spies into Jericho, who discover
    a whore living there who is identified by her
    scarlet.
  • And then, after taking the ark of the covenant
    and walking to the Jordan river with the 12
    tribes, the river dries up and Israel passes
    through on dry land.
  • Joshua sees a man with a drawn swordand its the
    LORD!and he falls at his feet, receiving a
    message from the Lord.

35
Joshua 513-15
  • Now when Joshua was near Jericho, he looked up
    and saw a man standing in front of him with a
    drawn sword in his hand. Joshua went up to him
    and asked, Are you for us or for our enemies?
    Neither, he replied, but as commander of the
    army of the Lord I have no come.
  • Then Joshua fell facedown to the ground in
    reverence and asked him, What message does my
    Lord have for his servant?
  • The commander of the Lords army replied, Take
    off your sandals, for the place where you are
    standing is holy.
  • And Joshua did so.

36
What Happens in the Story of Joshua?
  • Israel has been in the wilderness for 2 40
    years (42 years or 3 ½ decades) in 42
    encampments, Moses dies, and then God tells
    Joshua to get ready to enter the promised land.
  • Joshua sends two spies into Jericho, who discover
    a whore living there who is identified by her
    scarlet.
  • And then, after taking the ark of the covenant
    and walking to the Jordan river with the 12
    tribes, the river dries up and Israel passes
    through on dry land.
  • Joshua sees a man with a drawn swordand its the
    LORD!and he falls at his feet, receiving a
    message from the Lord.
  • And then, climactically, after Joshua is
    commanded to walk around the wicked city of
    Jericho for 7 Days and to do so 7x on the 7th day
    so that when the 7 priests carrying the 7
    trumpets sound their trumpets on the 7th day, the
    people can give a LOUD SHOUT, and the city will
    fall down with a crash. And it happens.

37
Joshua 61-5
  • The Lord said to Joshua, . . . March around
    the city with all the armed men.
  • Do this for six days. Have the seven priests
    carry trumpets of rams horns in front of the
    ark. On the seventh day, march around the city
    seven times, with the priests blowing the
    trumpets.
  • When you hear them sound a long blast on the
    trumpets, have the people give a loud shout then
    the wall of the city will collapse and the people
    will go up . . .

38
Joshua 66-27
  • SO
  • The seven priests carrying the seven trumpets
    went forward, blowing their trumpets . . . They
    did this for six days. On the seventh day, they
    got up at daybreak and marched around the city
    seven times in the same manner, except on that
    day they circled the city seven times. The
    seventh time around, then the priests sounded the
    trumpet blast, Joshua commanded the people,
    SHOUT! For the Lord has given you the city! . .
    .
  • When the trumpets were sounded, the people
    shouted, and at the sound of the trumpet, when
    the people gave a loud shout, the wall collapsed
    . . . And they destroyed with the sword every
    living thing in it . . . They burned the whole
    city and everything in it . . .

39
What Happens in the Story of Joshua?
  • Israel has been in the wilderness for 2 40
    years (42 years or 3 ½ decades) in 42
    encampments, Moses dies, and then God tells
    Joshua to get ready to enter the promised land.
  • Joshua sends two spies into Jericho, who discover
    a whore living there who is identified by her
    scarlet.
  • And then, after taking the ark of the covenant
    and walking to the Jordan river with the 12
    tribes, the river dries up and Israel passes
    through on dry land.
  • Joshua sees a man with a drawn swordand its the
    LORD!and he falls at his feet, receiving a
    message from the Lord.
  • And then, climactically, after Joshua is
    commanded to walk around the wicked city of
    Jericho for 7 Days and to do so 7x on the 7th day
    so that when the 7 priests carrying the 7
    trumpets sound their trumpets on the 7th day, the
    people can give a LOUD SHOUT, and the city will
    fall down with a crash. And it happens.
  • Everything is destroyed with fire, except for
    Rahab the WhoreWho becomes the Bride of Israel,
    the ancestress of Jesus Christ.

40
Josh 625 Matt 11-17
  • They burned the whole city and everything in
    it . . . BUT Joshua spared Rahab the prostitute
    . . .
  • . . . 5Salmon the father of Boaz, whose mother
    was Rahab . . . Thus there were fourteen
    generations in all from Abraham to David,
    fourteen from David to the exile in Babylon, and
    fourteen from the exile or, 6 sets of 7
    generations to the Christ.

41
What Happens in the Book of Revelation?
  • John tells us that the people of God, in the time
    of delay, are as though in a wilderness, and will
    be for 42 months or 3 ½ days or 1260 days (42
    months _at_30 days)! But Jesus nevertheless tells
    them to get ready to enter the promised land!

42
Revelation
  • The woman was given the two wings of a great
    eagle, so that she might fly to the place
    prepared for her in the desert, where she would
    be taken care of for a time, times and half a
    time, out of the serpent's reach (1214).
  • They the Gentiles will trample on the holy
    city for 42 months . . . will prophesy for 1,260
    days . . . 8 Their bodies will lie in the street
    of the great city . . . 9 For three and a half
    days (111-9).
  • "Do not be afraid. I am the First and the Last.
    18 I am the Living One I was dead, and behold I
    am alive for ever and ever! And I hold the keys
    of death and Hades. . . . "Behold, I am coming
    soon! My reward is with me, and I will give to
    everyone according to what he has done. 13 I am
    the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last,
    the Beginning and the End (117, 2212).

43
What Happens in the Book of Revelation?
  • John tells us that the people of God, in the time
    of delay, are as though in a wilderness, and will
    be for 42 months or 3 ½ days or 1260 days (42
    months _at_30 days)! But Jesus nevertheless tells
    them to get ready to enter the promised land!
  • The new Joshua, Jesus, sends two spies into the
    great city, figuratively called Sodom and
    Egypt, and we discover later that this same
    great city, also called Babylon, is home to a
    whore who is also identified by her scarlet.

44
Revelation
  • And I will give power to my two witnesses . . .
    and their bodies will lie in the street of the
    great city, which is figuratively called Sodom
    and Egypt . . . (113,8)
  • The woman was dressed in purple and scarlet . .
    . 5 This title was written on her forehead
    MYSTERY BABYLON THE GREAT THE MOTHER OF
    PROSTITUTES . . . (174)

45
What Happens in the Book of Revelation?
  • John tells us that the people of God, in the time
    of delay, are as though in a wilderness, and will
    be for 42 months or 3 ½ days or 1260 days (42
    months _at_30 days)! But Jesus nevertheless tells
    them to get ready to enter the promised land!
  • The new Joshua, Jesus, sends two spies into the
    great city, figuratively called Sodom and
    Egypt, and we discover later that this same
    great city, also called Babylon, is home to a
    whore who is also identified by her scarlet.
  • We see the ark of the covenant and a body of
    waters drying up so warriors can pass through on
    dry ground.

46
Revelation
  • Then Gods temple in heaven was opened and
    within his temple was seen the ark of his
    covenant (1119).
  • The sixth angel poured out his bowl on the great
    river Euphrates, and its water was dried up to
    prepare the way for the kings from the East
    (1612).

47
What Happens in the Book of Revelation?
  • John tells us that the people of God, in the time
    of delay, are as though in a wilderness, and will
    be for 42 months or 3 ½ days or 1260 days (42
    months _at_30 days)! But Jesus nevertheless tells
    them to get ready to enter the promised land!
  • The new Joshua, Jesus, sends two spies into the
    great city, figuratively called Sodom and
    Egypt, and we discover later that this same
    great city, also called Babylon, is home to a
    whore who is also identified by her scarlet.
  • We see the ark of the covenant and a body of
    waters drying up so warriors can pass through on
    dry ground.
  • John sees a man with a drawn swordand its the
    LORD, Jesus!and he falls at his feet, receiving
    a message from the Lord.

48
Revelation
  • On the Lords Day I was in the Spirit, and I
    heard behind me a loud voice like a trumpet . . .
    I turned around to see the voice that was
    speaking to me. And when I turned I saw . . .
    One like a son of man, . . . Out of his mouth
    came a double-edged sword . . . When I saw him, I
    fell at his feet as though dead.
  • Then he placed his right hand on me and said . .
    . I hold the key to death and Hades. Write
    therefore, what you have seen . . . To the angel
    of the church in Ephesus . . . Smyrna . . .
    Pergamum . . . (110-20).

49
What Happens in the Book of Revelation?
  • John tells us that the people of God, in the time
    of delay, are as though in a wilderness, and will
    be for 42 months or 3 ½ days or 1260 days (42
    months _at_30 days)! But Jesus nevertheless tells
    them to get ready to enter the promised land!
  • The new Joshua, Jesus, sends two spies into the
    great city, figuratively called Sodom and
    Egypt, and we discover later that this same
    great city, also called Babylon, is home to a
    whore who is also identified by her scarlet.
  • We see the ark of the covenant and a body of
    waters drying up so warriors can pass through on
    dry ground.
  • John sees a man with a drawn swordand its the
    LORD Jesus!and he falls at his feet, receiving a
    message from the Lord.
  • And then, climactically, after we witness a
    multiplicity of 7s, all of them foreboding and
    forecasting the judgment of the wicked city,
    once 7 trumpets are sounded and we come to the
    7th 7 in a series of 7s (namely the last 7
    angels), there is a LOUD SHOUT, whereupon the
    city falls down with a crash!

50
Revelation
  • 7 Letters ? 7 Seals ? 7 Trumpets ?
  • But in the days when the seventh angel is about
    to sound his trumpet, the mystery of God will be
    accomplished, just as he announced to his
    servants the prophets . . . The seventh angel
    sounded his trumpet, and there were loud voices
    in heaven, which said "The kingdom of the world
    has become the kingdom of our Lord and of his
    Christ, and he will reign for ever and ever
    (107, 1115).
  • 7 Visions ? 7 Bowls ? 7 Angels ? WHEREUPON
  • After this I saw another angel coming down from
    heaven. He had great authority, and the earth was
    illuminated by his splendor. 2 With a mighty
    voice he shouted "Fallen! Fallen is Babylon the
    Great! (181) . . . After this I heard what
    sounded like the roar of a great multitude in
    heaven shouting "Hallelujah! Salvation and glory
    and power belong to our God . . . 3 And again
    they shouted "Hallelujah! The smoke from her
    goes up for ever and ever."

51
What Happens in the Book of Revelation?
  • John tells us that the people of God, in the time
    of delay, are as though in a wilderness, and will
    be for 42 months or 3 ½ days or 1260 days (42
    months _at_30 days)! But Jesus nevertheless tells
    them to get ready to enter the promised land!
  • The new Joshua, Jesus, sends two spies into the
    great city, figuratively called Sodom and
    Egypt, and we discover later that this same
    great city, also called Babylon, is home to a
    whore who is also identified by her scarlet.
  • We see the ark of the covenant and a body of
    waters drying up so warriors can pass through on
    dry ground.
  • John sees a man with a drawn swordand its the
    LORD Jesus!and he falls at his feet, receiving a
    message from the Lord.
  • And then, climactically, after we witness a
    multiplicity of 7s, all of them foreboding and
    forecasting the judgment of the wicked city,
    once 7 trumpets are sounded and we come to the
    7th 7 in a series of 7s (namely the last 7
    angels), there is a LOUD SHOUT, whereupon the
    city falls down with a crash!
  • Everything is destroyed with fire, except for
    those who will COME OUT! of the wicked city
    like Rahab the Whoreso that they too can become
    the Bride of Israel, the heirs and heiresses of
    Jesus Christ!

52
Revelation
  • Then I heard another voice from heaven say
    "Come out of her, my people! (184)
  • Then I saw . . . A BRIDE beautifully dressed for
    her husband . . . (212)

53
CAN YOU SEE IT?
  • The Whole Book of Revelation
  • Is the Story about JESUS CHRIST, the True Joshua
    and Divine Warrior
  • Defeating the Wicked City
  • And Rescuing a WhoreUS! WE WHO HAVE BEEN
    UNFAITHFUL!
  • AND THATS WHAT THE BOOK OF REVELATION IS TRYING
    TO TEACH US!

54
From the Birds Eye View, 17-22
  • Angel 1
  • 171 One of the seven angels who had the seven
    bowls came and said Come . . .
  • Angel 2
  • 181 After this I saw another angel coming down
    out of heaven.
  • Angel 3
  • 1821 Then another angel picked up a boulder . .
    .
  • Angel 4
  • 1911 I saw heaven standing open and there
    before me was a white horse, whose rider is
    called Faithful and True
  • Angel 5
  • 1917 And I saw an angel standing in the sun,
    who cried in a loud voice . . .
  • Angel 6
  • 201 And I saw an angel coming down out of
    heaven, having the key to the Abyss . . .
  • Angel 7
  • 219 One of the seven angels who had the seven
    bowls . . . came and said to me Come . . .

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And How Does He Do It?
  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3.
  • X
  • 4.
  • 5.
  • 6.

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And How Does He Do It?
  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3.
  • X Warrior on the White Horse
  • 4.
  • 5.
  • 6.

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And How Does He Do It?
  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3.
  • X His robes are DIPPED in BLOOD
  • 4.
  • 5.
  • 6.
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