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Thursday, April 7, 2011
The Book that Jesus unseals in the revelations is the book of life
I think the book Jesus opens is the book of life, this was not so clear to me at first, but after reading once, it was evident to me, I respect if anyone considers it not to be so .
Here is what expresses my opinion and the explanation after it:
[quote]"12And I saw the dead, small and great, stand before God; and the books were opened: [b]and another book was opened, which is the book of life:[/b] and the dead were judged out of those things [b]which were written in the books, according to their works[/b].[/quote]
The Bible mentions that Jesus is the only one able to open the sealed book, after he unseals the book completely, we see that scripture I quoted before.
there is no clear scripture saying "then the Lamb opened the book, which is the book of life of life" or something like "then the book was open and the other books".
but it says "another book was open", to make a diference with the previously mentioned books, (the books with the works of everyone ).
If the scripture said something with a clear reference to the book Jesus previousluy opened, the text would be more clearly understood, but I think each word is writen for a reason,
some blanks are needed because they need to be there, for God to judge I think.
Scripturaly it fits perfectly to be the book of life, because all the pieces fit . Because if the book of life is not the sealed book, where is the book that Jesus opened? why the book of life apears just like that without being previously mentioned ?