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Suffering for ten days (Rv 2:10)

Korean commentaries on Revelation

 

Author

Author’s opinion

Page #

Jae Joon Kim

Not literally ten days but expressing a fixed, short period of time

112

Eung Jo Kim

Warning that there will be a great distress in the future

672

Yong Gi Cho

Indicating the frightening persecutions carried out by ten powerful Roman emperors

55

Soo Ahm Park            

Ten symbolizes a complete, full number but the main reference is referring to a short period

56

Sang Guen Lee

Symbolizing that people will suffer for a short period of time

71

Won Tae Suk

Symbolizing the complete distress that will occur all over the world

108

Yoon Sun Park

A fixed, short period of time that will be beneficial for the souls of the saints

75

Non-Korean commentaries on Revelation

 

Author

Author’s opinion

Page #

Dake

Period of oppression from 64-310 AD (246 years)

645

Johnson

It may be a Semitism for an indeterminate but comparatively short period of time.

362

Biederwolf

A short period that is definite and complete

75

Hendricksen

No comment

 

Lenski

A sufficient time period for it to be a complete trial

86

Wolvrood

A restricted period of distress

858

Ladd

Indicating a relatively short period of persecution.

54

The correct testimony

Although the main reference is a letter sent to the messenger at the church in Smyrna, because this letter is a letter sent to the churches, it is a letter regarding the seven churches. The seven golden lampstands is, as could be seen at the throne in heaven (Rv 4) and the tabernacle during Moses' time (Ex 25), in one location and it is connected with one another (Ez 1). Hence, the seven golden lampstands and the seven stars are in the one hand of Jesus and are in one tabernacle.

A person could be referred to as a church, a temple, seven stars, and seven messengers (1 Cor 1:2, 3:9, 16; Rv 1:20). The seven lamps, that is, the seven spirits of Rv 4 work with the seven messengers (seven stars) and this is how the seven messengers carry out the work of the lamp (Rv 3:1).

The place where the Nicolaitans (Satan) enter into is the tabernacle (church) where the seven messengers who prepare the way and play the role of the lamp are. The prison mentioned in the main reference where people suffer persecution for ten days is referring to the beast with seven heads and ten horns of Rv 18:2. It is referring to spiritual Babylon; it is not referring to a prison in the world. The Nicolaitans (Satan) imprisoned the evangelists of the tabernacle of the golden lampstands under their teachings and ecclesiastical laws. They did not allow any intervention in order to control the tabernacle with their power and authority. This is what it means to be put in prison. At that time, there was an event where two people went to prison because of the Nicolaitans (Rv 11:7-10) but they were not put in the prison mentioned in the main reference.

The person, who saw and heard this event at the location and sent letters to the first tabernacle (church of the seven golden lampstands) of today according to the directions he received, testifies about the facts of this event.

References:

Korean commentaries

Jae Joon kim, Revelation (Korea: Christian Literature Society of Korea, 1969), 112.

Eung Jo Kim, Commentary on the Bible (Korea: Sung Chung Publishing, 1981), 672.

Yong Gi Cho, Commentary on Revelation (Korea: Youngsan Publishing, 1976), 55.

Soo Ahm Park, Revelation (Korea: Christian Literature Society of Korea), 56.

Sang Keun Lee, Revelation (Korea: Sung Deung Publishing), 71.

Won Tae Suk, Commentary on Revelation (Korea: Kyung Hayng Publishing), 108.

Yoon Sun Park, Commentary on Revelation (Korea: Yungeumsa), 75.

Non-Korean commentaries

F.J.Dake, Revelation expounded: Eternal mysteries simplified (trans. Korea: Sung Won Publishing, 1980), 645.

          Alan F. Johnson, Revelation: Bible Study Commentary (Grand Rapid, Michigan: Zondervan Publishing House, 1983), 362.

             W. E. Biederwolf, The Second Coming Bible (trans. Korea: Jang Ahn Publishing, 1989), 75.

             R.C.H. Lenski, The Interpretation of St. John’s Revelation (trans. Korea: Baekhap Publishing, 1981), 86.

             John F. Walvoord, The Revelation of Jesus Christ (trans. Korea: Voice Publishing, 1991), 858.

             G.E.Ladd, A Commentary on the Revelation of John (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Wm.B.Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1990), 54.

Source: A Correct Understanding of the Bible and Shinchonji http://cafe.daum.net/scjschool

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