The Thousand Year Reign of Revelation 20 – Is It Yet Future?

The numbers found in the Bible have both literal and symbolic meanings.  The context, or the subject matter of the scripture tells us when the numbers recorded in the scripture are literal, and when they are figurative, or symbolic.

For instance, the following scriptures all have a literal numeric value:

Ex. 38:25, “And the silver of them that were numbered of the congregation was an hundred talents, and a thousand seven hundred and threescore and fifteen shekels, after the shekel of the sanctuary:”

Ezra 2:7, “The children of Elam, a thousand two hundred fifty and four.

Num. 3:50, “ Of the firstborn of the children of Israel took he the money; a thousand three hundred and threescore and five shekels, after the shekel of the sanctuary:”

Neh. 7:70, “And some of the chief of the fathers gave unto the work. The Tirshatha gave to the treasure a thousand drams of gold, fifty basons, five hundred and thirty priests’ garments.”

Job 42:12, “So the Lord blessed the latter end of Job more than his beginning: for he had fourteen thousand sheep, and six thousand camels, and a thousand yoke of oxen, and a thousand she asses.”

 Dan. 5:1, “Belshazzar the king made a great feast to a thousand of his lords, and drank wine before the thousand.”

We can easily tell that the number “a thousand” in the verses above were part of a literal number of things or people.  They were all counting something.  Then, we see these verses:

Deu. 7:9, “Know therefore that the Lord thy God, he is God, the faithful God, which keepeth covenant and mercy with them that love him and keep his commandments to a thousand generations;”

 2 Sam 18:12, “And the man said unto Joab, Though I should receive a thousand shekels of silver in mine hand, yet would I not put forth mine hand against the king’s son:….”

 Psa. 50:10, “For every beast of the forest is mine, and the cattle upon a thousand hills.”

 Psa. 84:10, “For a day in thy courts is better than a thousand. I had rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God, than to dwell in the tents of wickedness.”

Psa. 90:4, “For a thousand years in thy sight are but as yesterday when it is past, and as a watch in the night.”

Psa. 105:8, “He hath remembered his covenant for ever, the word which he commanded to a thousand generations.”

2 Pet. 3:8, “But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.”

All of the above scriptures use “a thousand” in a symbolic manner.  Can a man literally hold a thousand shekels of silver in his hand?  Of course, not.  A shekel was the chief silver coin of the Hebrews, and weighed about 1/2 ounce.  2 Sam. 18:12 used it as a superlative to make a point.

The symbolism of “a thousand” is God’s measure of a great multitude, or countless things, or a completeness, or fullness of time.  Or, as in Psa. 90:4 and 2 Pet. 3:8, it means an insignificant matter as God does not value or measure time the way man does.  These uses are symbolic so that the reader knows God is speaking of something perfect, or complete, or full.

Knowing now that we must look at the context of the scriptures, and knowing that God’s prophetic language is figurative, and not literal, let’s look at the verses in Revelation.

Rev. 5:11, “And I beheld, and I heard the voice of many angels round about the throne and the beasts and the elders: and the number of them was ten thousand times ten thousand, and thousands of thousands;

Rev. 20:2-4, “And he laid hold on the dragon, that old serpent, which is the Devil, and Satan, and bound him a thousand years, And cast him into the bottomless pit, and shut him up, and set a seal upon him, that he should deceive the nations no more, till the thousand years should be fulfilled: and after that he must be loosed a little season. 4 And I saw thrones, and they sat upon them, and judgment was given unto them: and I saw the souls of them that were beheaded for the witness of Jesus, and for the word of God, and which had not worshipped the beast, neither his image, neither had received his mark upon their foreheads, or in their hands; and they lived and reigned with Christ a thousand years.”

Rev. 20:6, “Blessed and holy is he that hath part in the first resurrection: on such the second death hath no power, but they shall be priests of God and of Christ, and shall reign with him a thousand years.”

All of the above “thousand”,” thousands”, and “thousand years” in Revelation are symbolic and have the meaning, convey the sense of fullness, or completeness. They are not literal!

Therefore, verse 4 of Revelation 20 is not a literal thousand year reign!

The deception of a literal thousand year reign of Christ on earth is used against Christians, especially American Christians, and is designed to make them believe they have to financially support the politically contrived state of modern day Israel.  The teaching or concept that the state of Israel is the site of a future temple, and a future reign of Christ is dead wrong!  It is propaganda for a political agenda of the Zionists, the Jesuits, and the international bankers who are in league and are playing games with the nations across the Middle East, and who are provoking Russia, and China to war against America, and Europe.  They are lining their pockets with the resources of the Middle East, and killing people in the process.

Let’s take a closer look at Rev 20:4 to see it more clearly.

Rev. 20:4, “And I saw thrones, and they sat upon them, and judgment was given unto them: and I saw the souls of them that were beheaded for the witness of Jesus, and for the word of God, and which had not worshipped the beast, neither his image, neither had received his mark upon their foreheads, or in their hands; and they lived and reigned with Christ a thousand years.”

Who were the souls of those that were beheaded for their witness of Jesus?  These were the saints, the Christians who had died in the persecution under Rome and the Jews in the first century A.D.  They were beheaded, so they were dead.  The dead do not live on earth, so these are the spirits of those martyrs who had eternal life in heaven.  And, they were going to live and reign with Christ for some period of years determined by God, which is symbolically represented by the number “a thousand”.

Reign with Christ…. this is speaking of the martyrs co-reigning, not of a limited reign of Christ.  Christ’s reign is everlasting.  The martyr’s co-reign with Him was time limited.

If they were going to live after they had been beheaded, then where were they reigning?  Christ had been seated at the right hand of the Father in Heaven at His ascension in Acts 1.  So, where were the martyrs who had been beheaded if they were living and reigning with Christ?  They were in heaven!

Not on earth, IN HEAVEN!

The verse is not speaking of Christ’s reign, but of the reign of the souls who would reign with Him for a period of time which God would determine as a complete or fulfilled number of years.  You cannot glance over and give a superficial reading to the scriptures.  You must use some critical analysis.

Rev. 20:4 is not speaking of some earthly reign in our future.  This verse concerned the saints that were killed under the persecution of the first century church, the newly converted to Christ, that were martyred under the Jews and Nero Caesar of Rome in the first century A.D.

Since the thousand years of verse 4 was not literal, then how long were the martyrs going to reign with Christ in heaven?  Revelation itself provides the clue.

Rev. 20:7-10, And when the thousand years are expired, Satan shall be loosed out of his prison, And shall go out to deceive the nations which are in the four quarters of the earth, Gog, and Magog, to gather them together to battle: the number of whom is as the sand of the sea. And they went up on the breadth of the earth, and compassed the camp of the saints about, and the beloved city: and fire came down from God out of heaven, and devoured them. 10 And the devil that deceived them was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone, where the beast and the false prophet are, and shall be tormented day and night for ever and ever”

Gog and Magog are a reference to those who had set themselves against God in the prophesy of Ezekiel Chap. 38, and was the Roman empire of old.  Ez. 38 even gives some of the boundaries of the old Roman empire.  We see it in verse 9 above.  Gog and Magog, the enemies of the saints, are gathered in battle against “the beloved city”, and fire came down from God out of heaven.  This is the siege of Jerusalem, the beloved city, that great city of Rev. 17 & 18, where our lord was crucified (Rev. 11:8)

The fire from heaven was the same fire from heaven of Rev. 13:13, and was the attack led by Titus, whose symbol was the lightning bolt, and who burned Jerusalem with fire.  Under the direction of his father Vespasian, Titus led the final battle against Jerusalem, and destroyed the temple of Herod in A.D. 70.  (See a more complete discussion Gog and Magog at Identifying Gog & Magog.)

So when the battle with Gog and Magog was completed, when the destruction of Jerusalem was accomplished, the thousand year co-reign of the martyrs was ended – not after a thousand year reign of Christ on earth!  The verse doesn’t say anything about a reign on earth.

The battle of the siege of Jerusalem occurred in A.D. 70.  Then, how long was the symbolically complete “thousand” year co-reign of the martyrs with Christ?

From the crucifixion of Christ in A.D. 30 to the destruction of the Jerusalem temple in A.D. 70 was 40 years, which was the anti-type of the transition period of the 40 years exodus wilderness.  Both 40 year periods were a time of transition, testing the people, purging the people for those that endured the hardships and would enter the promised land.  They both were told to endure the hardships that each faced. (Heb. 3:8, 10, 13-14)

The exodus from Egypt brought the saved to the promised land of Canaan.  The exodus from sin and slavery under the old covenant brought the saved souls to their spiritual rest under the new covenant when the old covenant was taken out of the way at the destruction of Jerusalem.  Read Heb. Chap. 10 again.

As the first persecution of the church began with Stephen’s stoning in Acts c. 7, some time after Christ’s crucifixion in A.D. 30, and the battle with Gog and Magog was finished with the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70, the co-reign of the martyrs symbolic thousand years was completed and fully perfected in A.D. 70 and lasted somewhere between 37 or 40 literal years.

You might also note that there are two periods of a “thousand years” in Rev. c. 20.  There is the thousand years for the co-reign of the martyrs in v. 4, and there is the symbolically complete “thousand years” the dragon was bound in v. 2.   The thousand year binding of the dragon ended before the thousand year co-reign of the martyrs, as he was loosed before the destruction of Jerusalem.

Since that old temple was destroyed, and all of the old sacrificial law was fulfilled in Christ, the new temple, or tabernacle is now in heaven. (Heb. 9:11-12)  Since that destruction in A.D.70, every saved soul, every soul covered by the blood of Christ goes home to heaven at their bodily death. (Rev. 14:13)

Why, then would anyone think that Christ has to step down from His position and office of High Priest at the right hand of the Most High to come reign on earth for a literal one thousand years?   He rules from the right hand of God now!  Why would you want Him to step down from glory, and move backward to a lesser physical, material kingdom?  That denies His victory!

All of those who are baptized into Christ through immersion in water, have put on Christ by being symbolically buried into His death, burial, and resurrection, and are of spiritual Israel, and are in His kingdom, and His church.  Christ reigns today over that kingdom, and that spiritual church, the new Jerusalem, and has ever since He ascended to the Father.  He doesn’t have to come back to earth to reign.  That is just foolishness.

The process He established with His kingdom, and His church continues today.  The church, spiritual Israel, and His kingdom is everlasting and will never end. (Psa.145:13; Dan. 4:3. 34; 7:14, 27; 2Pet. 1:11)  It will continue forever, and allows Him to bring ever more souls to a knowledge of Him, and to heaven.  His harvest.   (Matt. 9:37,38; 13:30, 39; Luke 10:2; John 4:35; Rev. 14:15)

He has given us everything in the scriptures that we need to answer the call of the gospel, and to accept His offer.  He rules the nations from the right hand of the Father in heaven, and He doesn’t have to come down to earth to do that.

Those that are intent upon twisting God’s word, and deceiving the people are condemned by Rev. 22:18-19:

18 For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book: 19 And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.”

Don’t let them deceive you.  There is no literal 1,000 year reign of Christ to come on earth!  That is a lie!

Read the scriptures carefully, and analyze them.  They will tell you what they mean.  Let them speak!  The New Testament is the Old Testament revealed.  All prophesy in the New Testament can be traced back to the prophesies of the Old Testament, and that includes the book of Revelation.

Please read my previous posts for “The Beast of Revelation”, “The 70 weeks of Daniel Chap. 9”, “The Whore of Babylon”, “There Are No End Times…”, and all of the posts on “It’s Not The End of The World”.  They contain many more evidences shown for the time period of the last days and of Revelation.

All scripture quoted from the KJV. All bold emphasis is mine.

 Another recommended source: The Significance of the Number 40

16 thoughts on “The Thousand Year Reign of Revelation 20 – Is It Yet Future?

  1. cinnamonaiblins777

    IF a person says that he is a practicing orthodox Jew, what does that mean today? Since the Mosaic Covenant was rendered null and void in 70 A.D. does Judaism have any merit in God’s eyes today?


    1. “Jesus saith to him, `I am the way, and the truth, and the life, no one doth come unto the Father, if not through me;” (John 14:6).

      An orthodox Jew does not believe that Jesus was their promised Messiah, nor that He is the Son of God. They have rejected the way to our heavenly Father, and they do not have any merit in God’s eyes today. They are under the same offer of grace as everyone else, and if they reject that offer, they will be cast out.

      After AD 70, without the temple worship system to rely on, the Jews began writing down all of their oral teachings that had been handed down through the centuries of their understanding and beliefs about the Torah, and those writings were eventually compiled around the 3rd & 4th centuries AD into what is known today as the Babylonian Talmud. There is also a Jerusalem Talmud that was compiled around 500 AD. These writings are their basis for their religion of Judaism, and they distort, contort, and twist God’s word to support their desired beliefs of a “true” savior who will one day come to establish an earthly kingdom in the old promised land where they will rule over all other nations, and each Jew will be given 800 gentile slaves – tho some promise more slaves. They are banking their souls on these false writings, and have ignored the proof offered from the real Messiah whom their claimed ancestors rejected and crucified in AD 30-31. They have set themselves as enemies of God, and are opposing His will.

      The Messianic Jews, OTOH, believe that Jesus is the Messiah, and the Son of God, and are studying all of the Bible, both old and new testaments. They have some insights into the historical background for the old testament scriptures, but many are still confused – just as so many denominational Christians are – about the prophesies fulfilled in the 1st century AD and the NT scriptures.

      Matt. 11:29, ” take up my yoke upon you, and learn from me,…” The word “yoke” brings an image of the wooden bar yoking together two oxen, or cattle so that they pull together. But it is the metaphorical meaning here of the schools of teaching that each Jewish sect called a “yoke”. When Jesus said to take His yoke upon us and learn from Him, it was His teachings we are to listen to – not the Jewish unbelieving rabbis. See Strong’s. Gr 2218:

      See also this article about the rabbi’s “yoke” :

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  2. cinnamonaiblins777

    Is Isaiah 11:6 about the wolf and the lamb etc….living in harmony, basically about the gentiles and jews coming together in the body of Christ? It seems to be making the point about unclean animals and clean animals. Most christians see verses like this and take it as the whole planet being renewed in such a way that a wolf and lamb will be living in harmony together out in the wilderness. As a preterist, I’m assuming this is more about the body of christ where there is neither jew nor gentile.


    1. Yes, the wolf as a wild, undomesticated, predatory animal is used in prophesy to symbolize the pagan or fallen people. God used it in Ezekiel for those false “shepherds” in israel who were feeding off of God’s flock as though they had meat in their mouths (Ezek. 22:27; ch. 34). The lamb symbolizes God’s sheep, or domesticated flock – God’s people. So, if the lion lies down with the lamb, then the lion (pagan, disobedient) has become domesticated, and a part of God’s flock (obedient believers) – IOW has converted to Christianity.

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  3. cinnamonaiblins777

    Christians around the world, the majority of them, believe Christ will come back to Earth in our present day or beyond. My question is, what do they believe will happen when he returns to Earth? Does he raise the dead, separate the sheep from the goats, send them to their eternal destination and then he ascends back to heaven? Does he reign her on Earth for 1,000 years and then go back to heaven? Does he reign here on Earth eternally? I asked a christian friend of mine, who obviously disagrees with me when I say the events of 70 A.D. constituted Christ’s return. So I asked this person, since this person was so confident that the preterist view is wrong, tell me what happens when Christ comes back to Earth. This person didn’t really know what to say. My question to you, is what do christian theologians and scholars, who deny full-preterism, believe will happen when Christ returns to Earth? I’m trying to get a handle on what they actually believe happens once he descends to Earth on a cloud bodily. Thanks.


    1. There are variations of the futurist teaching and I am not up on all of them, because they keep having to supplement and change it to try to answer all of the illogical twists they create. The main thoughts involve a rapture of all of the believers up into heaven – without dying bodily – at the time of His return, but they won’t agree on whether this rapture happens before Christ reigns on earth for a literal 1,000 years, or after the 1,000 year reign. They say that His earthly reign will be from Jerusalem, and that is why a 3rd temple has to be built in Jerusalem so that Christ can come again, but they won’t say if they will institute animal sacrifices again, or if only Jews will be able to enter the inner temple, or if there will be a course of earthly priests established again. They teach that the 1,000 years will be a reign of absolute peace among all people and all animals in a refreshed earth so that the lion will literally lay down with a lamb without eating it, and there will be no wars for that 1,000 years. At the end of the 1,000 years the earth will be literally burned up. These teachings are so convoluted that they open many questions that they never answer. If all of the believers have been raptured up into heaven, then why would Christ reign on earth for 1,000 years? If the rapture doesn’t happen until after the 1,000 year reign then why would there be peace on earth without any wars?
      Does He destroy all of the unbelievers so that only the believers will be on earth? If so, why?

      I asked similar questions in Part VI of It’s Not The End of The World – The Zionist and Jesuit Deceit, in order to show the deviation from scripture, but they will not address those questions either. The entire futurist teaching is illogical, unscriptural, and faith destroying, but they cling to it because it is what they were indoctrinated with.

      Do they ever answer the question of how Christ can be both priest and king on earth if he was never of the tribe of Levi? They don’t stop to think how this contradicts Heb. chap. 7 – 8 of a heavenly priesthood at the right hand of the Father. I have asked another person that same question – what do they want Jesus to do when He reigns on earth? It’s like they don’t think He’s done enough. You might show your friend the posts on the series It’s Not The End of The World. I had one person write to me after they had read the 1st one and then heard the preacher speaking from the pulpit the next Sun. morning that we are living in the last days, and it clicked for him.

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  4. cinnamonaiblins777

    In Revelation 20:9. “and compassed the camp of the saints and the beloved city.” How is it that the “beloved city” is a reference to the earthly city of Jerusalem, when Jerusalem is the harlot city? The city that was riding the back of the beast. The city that murdered the prophets. That’s difficult to understand why Jerusalem would be described as Babylon going up in smoke as an event to rejoice over, and here in this verse it is the “beloved city.”


    1. Remember that Revelation is not set as a time sequence of history. It is thematic, and plays through the different aspects of the judgment against Jerusalem and that earthly temple from different battle fronts, the earthly and the spiritual. Just as Rev. chap. 12 is a recap of the previous events of the earlier part of that 1st century, a flash back for John of Christ’s birth, and the birth of His church, so Chap. 20 is a recap of the battle that was fought in Chap. 18, and the victory rejoicing over the destruction of the “whore” in Chap. 19. But, this time from a spiritual aspect.

      Chap. 20 recaps the binding of the “dragon” for a 1,000 year period of time until he was loosened. That goes back to the period that angels held forth the winds at the four corners of the earth – ie. Judea / Jerusalem – in Rev. 7:1 which most ppl attribute to Claudius’ expelling the Jews from Rome, and limiting their persecution against the Christians. The spiritual aspect is the coming tribulation when the dragon – the Sanhedrin – was loosened which happened under Nero. The camp of the saints and the beloved city in Rev. 20:9 switches from the earthly apostate Jerusalem of Chap. 18 & 19, to the new heavenly Jerusalem of Rev. 21. In this aspect, Gog and Magog now represents the true enemies of Christ which were the unbelieving Jews that hid behind the Romans to do their evil deeds. The enemies were attacking the assemblies / church of Christ in the tribulation, and all His saints who composed the spiritual New Jerusalem. God struck them down with fire from heaven when He destroyed that apostate earthly city, thereby protecting the new spiritual Jerusalem, that beloved city in which all His saints dwell.

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  5. Paul

    What is confusing me about the 1,000 years is in verse 20:6 it is speaking of the 1,000 reign. Then in the very next verse 20:7 it states, “When the thousand years come to an end Satan will be let out of his prison.” It’s such a smooth transition from verse 6 to verse 7, that it seems like the binding period of Satan is running concurrently with the reigning period. And it therefore seems like Satan is loosed after the destruction of the Temple.


  6. Paul

    I’m confused about the 1,000 years of Satan. You have a given a literal period of time (40 years) ending with the destruction of the Temple, to match the 1,000 year reign of the martyrs. Now I’m trying to understand a literal time frame to match the 1,000 years of Satan being bound. You say Satan was loosed before the Temple destruction. Are you able to pinpoint in literal years, when exactly Satan was bound and when exactly was he loosed?


    1. There are 2 “thousand” year periods in Rev. 20. The 1st being the “1,000” for the binding of the adversary (Rev. 20:2-3), & the 2nd being the reign of the martyrs with Christ (Rev. 20:4). The adversary was loosened before the reign of the martyrs, b/c they only became martyrs when they were killed for Christ’s sake. So, their deaths were caused by the persecution of the adversary which was carried out by Nero, and his accomplices in the Sanhedrin – those scribes, Pharisees, and Sadducees who were the instigators. Nero’s persecution of the saints began about AD 64 when he blamed them for causing the burning of Rome. So, I would place the loosening at that time – AD 64. During Claudius reign, Nero was restrained, and only showed his full bestial nature after Claudius died in AD 54. But, the Roman persecutions against the believers did not come into full expression until about AD 64.

      We also have to consider that the Roman “sea” beast was being egged on by the Jewish “land” beast under the Roman appointed kings and high priests of the Sanhedrin. The persecution of Christ’s followers began during His earthly ministry as they came to the attention of the scribes and Pharisees – around AD 26 – 27. The issues of excommunication and anathematizing those who continued to deny the council (John 7:13; 9:22) were already gripping the Jewish communities. It is just my opinion, but I place the binding of the adversaries (collectively satan) under Claudius (Acts 18:2) – so during his reign from AD 41 – AD 54. Many do believe Claudius was the “one who restrains” 2 Thess. 2:6-7. But these is so much blame to be shared between the Romans, & the unbelieving Jews that I don’t think we can positively identify the man of sin (2 Thess. 2:3).

      The focus of the prophesies for the destruction (Matt. 24-25) was Jerusalem and the temple. Rome was incidental. The man of sin of 2 Thess. 2 could very well encompass the Roman appointed high priest at that temple who was pushing Rome for favorable treatment and protection from that “sect” which threatened their wealth and position. Ananus ben Ananus was high priest in AD 68 who reportedly ordered the execution of James, the brother of Jesus. Joseph Ben Gurion, a contemporary of Ananus’ in the gov’t of Judea was one of the leaders of the revolt that began the Roman-Jewish wars. By AD 66 war was inevitable.

      So, I think the binding began under Claudius (AD 41) was loosened at his death (AD 54) and grew into full expression under Nero AD 64. And, it was promised to be for only a short time (Rev. 12:12) – AD 64 – AD 70.


      1. Paul

        That helps clarify some questions I had about the 1,000 year reign. I’ve considered myself a partial preterist, and the 1,000 year reign is primarily what has kept me from being full preterist. My gut instinct tells me the 1,000 year reign is a past event, but I just haven’t been able to properly interpret it.


  7. Gina

    We must be very careful when reading the scriptures to identify who is speaking and to whom, otherwise we begin to misappropriate the scriptures to ourselves. Rev. chap. 5 is of the throne scene, and the 24 elders and the living creatures surrounding the throne were watching the Lamb come up to receive the scroll. In vs. 9, who was doing the singing? They were the 24 elders who fell before the Lamb in vs. 8. They had the harps and the perfumes / prayers of the saints (the elect) of Christ.

    So, in vs. 10 the elders who were in heaven at the throne scene and were rightfully including themselves as saints of God of the church of Christ, of the body of Christ. But, as they are depicted to be in heaven, that means that they had already passed from mortal life to immortal life. They reign with Christ from heaven, and their reign is with Christ’s reign over all the kingdoms of the earth (Rev. 19:6, 16).

    But, we who are still living on earth reign through Christ while we are living our mortal lives here on earth, as He is the King over all the earth, and we who are in Christ are in His kingdom. We are a nation of priests (1 Pet. 2:9) which is the fulfillment of Ex. 19:6. Our sacrifices are the fruit of our lips (Heb. 13:15), and it is through us that He works His will (the parable of the talents / minas – Matt. 25:14-29). We are to speak His word as the oracles of God (1 Pet. 4:11) and His Spirit will spread and work that word where and as He wills.

    So we reign with Him while we are here in this mortal life, and still when we reach our everlasting home in heaven. And, as His reign is over the entire earth, so is ours under His direction. Rev. 5:10 is not speaking of a physical earthly kingdom with Christ on a physical earthly throne. For more in depth reading see Robert Caringola’s “The Present Reign of Jesus Christ” at


  8. Diego

    Hi Gina I enjoyed reading your answers on stack exchange and checked out a few of your articles on your site. Even though I don’t agree with your view that the entire book of revelation is fulfilled already, I was hoping we could somehow have bible studies. We agree on alot of other things. Concerning this article you said those of the first ressurection would reign in heaven, but in revelation 5 it says “King James Bible
    And hast made us unto our God kings and priests: and we shall reign on the earth.” Those in heaven were speaking of a future time when they would reign on the earth, doesn’t this contridcit what you said?


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