White Horse Coming – Dr Kameel Majdali

Thursday, May 11th, 2017

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“And the righteous will become more righteous as the wicked become more wicked. And those in apostasy will become more apostate but revival will break out greater than anything we have ever seen.”

“The fact is when you commit yourself to God and serve Him, which is basically what the fear of the Lord is, then that fear of God cancels out all other fear. Now when you’ve cancelled out all other fear it’s amazing what you can do in life,” Dr Kameel Majdali highlighted.

The statements from Dr Kameel on Vision Radio recently were in response to questions about his new book ‘White Horse Coming’.

‘You scuba dive, not snorkel in the Word of God’

The renown Bible teacher has released a new book on Revelation titled ‘White Horse Coming’ and Vision Radio’s intrepid 20Twenty host Neil Johnson managed to chase down Kameel to get the ‘good oil’ on his latest publication.

This interpretation of apocalyptic literature is Kameel’s eleventh book that he said was the product of what he referred to as ‘an inductive Bible study’.

“An inductive Bible study is where you scuba dive, not snorkel in the Word of God,” Kameel illustrated saying you go deep, look at the different verses and the key words.

“I know it sounds complicated but it really isn’t, you’re just going deep.”

‘Seven principles Word of God believers can agree on’

“Out of it came seven principles that I think anybody who believes the Bible to be the Word of God can agree on, even though there can be disagreement on interpretation of revelation,” Kameel said, saying the seven keys are pillars that provide a handle towards understanding the Book of Revelation.Image result for Revelation images images pics

Dr Kameel said the book would also be available on his next Understanding The Times Tour in August and September this year.

In fact the launch of the book ‘White Horse Coming’ will take place in Malaysia where Kameel has built up a strong following, possibly because he’s been going there every single year for 15 years.

‘People are hungry to be future ready’

“It’s a wonderful, heart-warming experience. People are very hungry. They’re hungry for the Word, they’re hungry to understand world events, they’re hungry to be future ready,” Kameel expressed, saying when you’re future ready you never face tomorrow with dread, but with joy and confidence instead.

Kameel noted there are those who treat the book of Revelation as though it’s radioactive. “They don’t want to touch it, it’s controversial and it might scare people off.”

“That is a dangerous attitude to be honest,” Kameel warned, “Particularly when prophecy has been given by God graciously as an early warning for His church.”

‘We need to walk with the Lord and be led by the Holy Spirit.

The other extreme is when others are trying to find meaning by linking Revelation to everything,

“They go into extreme, exaggeration, hyperbole, and all this kind of stuff,” Kameel described, saying we need to walk with the Lord and be led by the Holy Spirit.

“But we do have eyes and ears and Paul tells us more than once in 1 Thessalonians 5 ‘we should watch and be sober’. This doesn’t particularly mean stay off the vino. What it means is that you are awake, alive, self-controlled, and focused in the right direction.”

‘Christ, whose eyes are a flame of fire and His hair is like wool – really?’

“When you do that and you link Revelation with events, you really can’t go wrong,” Kameel shared and said many go wrong by calling the book revelations plural, as though it’s a multiplicity. It’s not. It’s one revelation and it’s about Jesus Christ.

‘Revelation is an image trying to convey a reality through something that is unforgettable’

“So when it talks about Christ whose eyes are a flame of fire and His hair is like wool. Well obviously His eyes are not on fire and His hair is not lambs’ wool, His hair is normal hair.”

“But it gives you this picture so you can understand He is radiant with glory, full of authority, and getting ready to come back to this planet to take over and to rule with a rod of iron,” Kameel outlined, saying the rod of iron phrase is used three times in Revelation and comes straight out of the second Psalm.

‘Imagery – it’s basically there to paint a picture in our minds’

Dr Kameel stated it’s about taking what’s written in Revelation at face value. Plain statements are exactly that, plain statements.

“But when it uses this imagery it’s basically there to paint a picture in our minds of a spiritual reality that is hard for us to comprehend now but we will get used to comprehending it when we see Him in Glory,” Kameel commented, and repeated the need to take it at face value.

One of the keys to understanding Revelation is that it’s a book of blessing. In the third verse of chapter one it talks about the person who is blessed who basically reads and heeds the book.

‘Revelation is a book of blessing’

“Chapter 1:3 is one of seven beatitudes found in Revelation. Including all the way into the last chapter,” Kameel revealed, “But if you only look at it from a very narrow perspective, chapters 9 and 13 can be very unsettling.”

“But when you see the big picture, when you understand that Revelation is a book of blessing, and you also understand the nature of the Last Days, it’s not all doom and gloom,” Kameel admitted, saying it’s doom and gloom on one side but it’s light, bright, and life on the other side.

“And the righteous will become more righteous as the wicked become more wicked. And those in apostasy will become more apostate but revival will break out greater than anything we have ever seen.”

‘The fear of God cancels out all other fear’

“When you see it like that then chapters 9 and 13 are not ominous anymore. And further more you understand that God is with you and when God is with you, you are not afraid anymore,” Kameel explained.

Dr Kameel said the danger is for non-believers to read the unsettling chapters and harden their hearts and say if God’s like that we want nothing to do with Him. Or it can instill in people the fear of the Lord.

“The fact is when you commit yourself to God and serve Him, which is basically what the fear of the Lord is, then that fear of God cancels out all other fear.”

‘The wrath of God is more fearsome than evil’

“Now when you’ve cancelled out all other fear it’s amazing what you can do in life,” Kameel announced, before explaining the purpose of the fearful chapters, 9 and 13 in particular.

“The purpose of them is to tell the nature of evil. Especially with the man of sin, the anti-Christ in Chapter 13, but when the wrath of God is poured out, that is even more fearsome than anything the evil does.”

Kameel highlighted God’s legendary patience. He said it’s referred to as long-suffering in the classic language.

‘Is He coming as my Saviour or as my judge?’

“God is very, very patient. But at some point the gong must sound, the boom gate must close, and we get on with God’s kingdom program,” Kameel observed.

“So with people who are not right with God we are trusting and praying the Holy Spirit will work on them to say, ‘Hey, Jesus is coming back.”

“Am I ready for Him? Is He coming as my Saviour? Or is He coming as my judge!”

Dr Kameel Majdali also wanted to clarify that the book of Revelation is not the sole depository of prophecy.

‘Daniel and Revelation are inseparable’

“We often tend to just focus on Revelation and forget there’s a whole corpus of prophetic utterance found in the rest of the Bible. Particularly in the prophetic books like Daniel.”

Kameel said we need to have a holistic approach.

“We need to be studying the Old and New Testaments knowing in some ways it’s a lifetime of study. But we must link them together. Daniel and Revelation are inseparable.”

“We can’t understand the one without the other. When Daniel got to the end of his prophecy in chapter 12 God said, ‘Seal up the book of the prophecy. It is for the Time of the End,’” Kameel said before turning one more time to  Revelation.

‘The books are open, God is ready to speak’

“But at the beginning of Revelation it’s basically ‘unseal the prophecy.’ The books are open, God is ready to speak, God is ready to interpret.”

“So in one you’re closing up the prophecy, but in Revelation it’s opening up wide,” Kameel confirmed.

Footnote:

Kameel can be heard daily on Vision on ‘Faith and the Future’ and also ‘On the Rock’ for his weekend program.

Check out Dr Majdali latest tour information here.

 

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