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 GraceCentered Feed...The Identity of the Two Witnesses of Revelation

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The Identity of the Two Witnesses of Revelation

I have written a study on who the "two witnesses" of Revelation are, around when they will appear, and around when they will die. The study can be found here in English http://www.wisdomofgod.co/2017/10/12/the-identity-of-the-two-witnesses-of-revelation/ or in Spanish here http://www.sabiduriadedios.co/2017/10/13/la-identidad-de-los-dos-testigos-del-apocalipsis/ . Let us begin a discussion on these matters.
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