The Two Witnesses

 

 

Introduction

 

Many Christians today are speculating on who the two witnesses of Revelation 11:3 are.  Some say they are Enoch and Elijah, because these two men never died, and they must return to earth to die like the rest of mankind.  Others say the two witnesses are Moses and Elijah, because Elijah must first return before the coming of the Lord.

 

Rather than speculate, or attempt an educated guess, this study will focus on what other scriptures which mention “two witnesses.”  By evaluating complimentary scriptures that have the same language, (i.e. - “two witnesses”), and by breaking down component parts of Revelation chapter eleven, we will be able to make an honest determination. 

 

Why two witnesses?

 

The first use of the concept of two witnesses is in the Old Testament.  God said that a minimum of two witnesses was necessary to judge whether a person had sinned and done something which was worthy of death:

 

Duet 17:2-7

2          "If there is found in your midst, in any of your towns, which the LORD your God is giving you, a man or a woman who does what is evil in the sight of the LORD your God, by transgressing His covenant,

3          and has gone and served other gods and worshipped them, or the sun or the moon or any of the heavenly host, which I have not commanded,

4          and if it is told you and you have heard of it, then you shall inquire thoroughly. And behold, if it is true and the thing certain that this detestable thing has been done in Israel,

5          then you shall bring out that man or that woman who has done this evil deed, to your gates, {that is,} the man or the woman, and you shall stone them to death.

6          "On the evidence of two witnesses or three witnesses, he who is to die shall be put to death; he shall not be put to death on the evidence of one witness.

7          "The hand of the witnesses shall be first against him to put him to death, and afterward the hand of all the people. So you shall purge the evil from your midst.

(NAS)

 

Deut 19:15-21

15        "A single witness shall not rise up against a man on account of any iniquity or any sin which he has committed; on the evidence of two or three witnesses a matter shall be confirmed.

16        "If a malicious witness rises up against a man to accuse him of wrongdoing,

17        then both the men who have the dispute shall stand before the LORD, before the priests and the judges who will be {in office} in those days.

18        "And the judges shall investigate thoroughly; and if the witness is a false witness {and} he has accused his brother falsely,

19        then you shall do to him just as he had intended to do to his brother. Thus you shall purge the evil from among you.

20        "And the rest will hear and be afraid, and will never again do such an evil thing among you.

21        "Thus you shall not show pity: life for life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot.

(NAS)

 

The two witnesses who judged whether a person’s iniquity was worthy of death did so according to the law.  By having two or three witnesses, it prevented one witness from maliciously bringing an accusation against his neighbor.  This practice of using two or three witnesses was part of the covenant God made with Israel. (see Deut. 17:7 above). 

 

If someone in Israel (God’s covenant people) did what is evil in the sight of the LORD their God, by transgressing His covenant, and had gone and served other gods and worshipped them, then they were worthy of death.  But the transgression had to be witnessed by a minimum of two witnesses.

 

Thus we establish a fundamental principle concerning the two witnesses:  Two witnesses are needed to verify a transgression before God; two witnesses are needed to pronounce God’s righteous judgments.

 

The Two Witnesses of Rev. 11:3

 

There are many theories on who the two witnesses are.  Since they are mentioned in scripture, it is only prudent to use the scripture first to determine who they are.  We can have opinions, and feelings, but the scripture is a more sure word of prophecy.

 

First. let us look at the two witnesses in Revelation, and then elsewhere in scripture:

 

Rev 11:1-14

1          And there was given me a measuring rod like a staff; and someone said, "Rise and measure the temple of God, and the altar, and those who worship in it.

2          "And leave out the court which is outside the temple, and do not measure it, for it has been given to the nations; and they will tread under foot the holy city for forty-two months.

3          "And I will grant {authority} to my two witnesses, and they will prophesy for twelve hundred and sixty days, clothed in sackcloth."

4          These are the two olive trees and the two lampstands that stand before the Lord of the earth.

5          And if anyone desires to harm them, fire proceeds out of their mouth and devours their enemies; and if anyone would desire to harm them, in this manner he must be killed.

6          These have the power to shut up the sky, in order that rain may not fall during the days of their prophesying; and they have power over the waters to turn them into blood, and to smite the earth with every plague, as often as they desire.

7          And when they have finished their testimony, the beast that comes up out of the abyss will make war with them, and overcome them and kill them.

8          And their dead bodies {will lie} in the street of the great city which mystically is called Sodom and Egypt, where also their Lord was crucified.

9          And those from the peoples and tribes and tongues and nations {will} look at their dead bodies for three and a half days, and will not permit their dead bodies to be laid in a tomb.

10        And those who dwell on the earth {will} rejoice over them and make merry; and they will send gifts to one another, because these two prophets tormented those who dwell on the earth.

11        And after the three and a half days the breath of life from God came into them, and they stood on their feet; and great fear fell upon those who were beholding them.

12        And they heard a loud voice from heaven saying to them, "Come up here." And they went up into heaven in the cloud, and their enemies beheld them.

13        And in that hour there was a great earthquake, and a tenth of the city fell; and seven thousand people were killed in the earthquake, and the rest were terrified and gave glory to the God of heaven.

14        The second woe is past; behold, the third woe is coming quickly.

(NAS)

 

Certain facts emerge from the context of revelation chapter eleven which help determine characteristics of the two witnesses:

 

1.  The two witnesses prophesy during the 42 month (1260 days) period when God’s “holy city” (symbolic of either Jerusalem, or the new Jerusalem, the church) is being tread upon by the nations.  Most likely it is referring to the church, because of the context.  This is during the time period known as the great tribulation (Rev. 7:14)

2.  The two witnesses are “two olive trees.”

3.  The two witnesses are “two lampstands.”

4.  The two witnesses have great power during the time of their prophesying to destroy and kill their enemies with fire, pronounce judgment on those who would harm them with the same harm, shut up the sky from raining, turn water to blood, smite the earth with plagues, etc.  

5.  At the end of the 1260 days, the two witnesses are killed by the beast

6.  The two witnesses are two prophets who tormented them who dwell on the earth

7.  Their dead bodies will lie in a “mystical” city called “Sodom & Egypt” where their Lord was crucified.  This Mystical Sodom & Egypt represents the evil world at the time of their prophesying, because Jesus was not crucified in either Sodom or Egypt (but outside Jerusalem).

8.  The two witnesses are symbolic, and represent a large group of people because of at their death, “the peoples and tribes and tongues and nations {will} look at their dead bodies for three and a half days, and will not permit their dead bodies to be laid in a tomb.”  You could not have the peoples, tribes, tongues, and nations all look at their bodies in two literal cities in a period of 3 1/2 days.  They die at the time of the second woe, just before the third woe.

9.  The two witnesses will be raised from the dead, and ascended, as their persecutors watch; there shall be a great earthquake at this time also.

 

We can conclude a few things for certain about the two witnesses:

·        They are not prophesying now (at the present time) because the other events mentioned as occurring simultaneous are not happening.  That is, there is no great judgment coming from them to kill their enemies, no water being turned into blood, etc..

·        They are symbolic of two groups of people through all tribes, peoples, tongues, and nations.  They are not two individuals (e.g. - they are not Enoch & Elijah).

·        These two groups of peoples have a prophetic ministry, and a ministry of judgment.  According to the law (Deu. 17:2-7; 19:15-21) they two witnesses are God’s people bearing witness against the iniquity of the transgressors (the nations who tread the holy city under foot).

·         The two witnesses are “two olive trees” and “two lampstands.”  These things are symbolic, and will be further researched to reveal whom the two witnesses represent.

 

Two olive trees in Zechariah

 

In Zechariah, the “two olive trees” are said to be “two anointed ones.”  In Revelation chapter eleven the two witnesses represent those whom God anoints and uses for judgment upon the nations.  We will see some similarities between the two olive trees of Zechariah chapter three, and the two olive trees (two witnesses) of Revelation 11:3-4.

 

Zech 3:6-4:14

6          And the angel of the LORD admonished Joshua saying,

7          "Thus says the LORD of hosts, 'If you will walk in My ways, and if you will perform My service, then you will also govern My house and also have charge of My courts, and I will grant you free access among these who are standing {here.}

8          'Now listen, Joshua the high priest, you and your friends who are sitting in front of you-- indeed they are men who are a symbol, for behold, I am going to bring in My servant the Branch.

9          'For behold, the stone that I have set before Joshua; on one stone are seven eyes. Behold, I will engrave an inscription on it,' declares the LORD of hosts, 'and I will remove the iniquity of that land in one day.

10        'In that day,' declares the LORD of hosts, 'every one of you will invite his neighbor to {sit} under {his} vine and under {his} fig tree.'"

 

CHAPTER 4

 

1          Then the angel who was speaking with me returned, and roused me as a man who is awakened from his sleep.

2          And he said to me, "What do you see?" And I said, "I see, and behold, a lampstand all of gold with its bowl on the top of it, and its seven lamps on it with seven spouts belonging to each of the lamps which are on the top of it;

3          also two olive trees by it, one on the right side of the bowl and the other on its left side."

4          Then I answered and said to the angel who was speaking with me saying, "What are these, my lord?"

5          So the angel who was speaking with me answered and said to me, "Do you not know what these are?" And I said, "No, my lord."

6          Then he answered and said to me, "This is the word of the LORD to Zerubbabel saying, 'Not by might nor by power, but by My Spirit,' says the LORD of hosts.

7          'What are you, O great mountain? Before Zerubbabel {you will become} a plain; and he will bring forth the top stone with shouts of "Grace, grace to it!"'"

8          Also the word of the LORD came to me saying,

9          "The hands of Zerubbabel have laid the foundation of this house, and his hands will finish {it.} Then you will know that the LORD of hosts has sent me to you.

10        "For who has despised the day of small things? But these seven will be glad when they see the plumb line in the hand of Zerubbabel-- {these are} the eyes of the LORD which range to and for throughout the earth."

11        Then I answered and said to him, "What are these two olive trees on the right of the lampstand and on its left?"

12        And I answered the second time and said to him, "What are the two olive branches which are beside the two golden pipes, which empty the golden {oil} from themselves?"

13        So he answered me saying, "Do you not know what these are?" And I said, "No, my lord."

14        Then he said, "These are the two anointed ones, who are standing by the Lord of the whole earth."

(NAS)

 

This prophecy is about Jesus Christ, the “branch” who will be the “stone” with seven eyes.  The seven eyes represent the seven churches of Revelation (as we will illustrate).  Thus, this prophecy in Zechariah fits nicely with the time period of the two witnesses of Revelation, and will assist in developing teaching on the two olives trees.

 

In Zechariah three, the angel of Yahweh admonishes Joshua the high priest.  Joshua, and the other men in this vision are called, “Joshua the high priest, you and your friends who are sitting in front of you-- indeed they are men who are a symbol.”  Joshua would symbolize Jesus (Jesus and Joshua means the same thing in Hebrew; “Yah saves”). 

 

The angel told Joshua God would send His “Branch” who would remove their iniquity.  This was prophetic of the man Christ Jesus who would come as the promised Messiah.

 

Before Joshua is one stone with seven eyes. This stone symbolizes Jesus with His seven church ages.  We know the stone symbolizes Jesus because He is called the stone of stumbling, and the rock of offense to Israel:

 

 

Rom 9:31-33

31        but Israel, pursuing a law of righteousness, did not arrive at {that} law.

32        Why? Because {they did} not {pursue it} by faith, but as though {it were} by works. They stumbled over the stumbling stone,

33        just as it is written, "Behold, I lay in Zion a stone of stumbling and a rock of offense, and he who believes in Him will not be disappointed."

(NAS)

 

Again, Jesus is the choice stone upon whom the seven churches (seven eyes) are built.  The “seven eyes” on the stone speak of the seven churches in Revelation (seven church ages) who are built upon Jesus the Rock:

 

1 Pet 2:6-10

6          For {this} is contained in Scripture: "Behold I lay in Zion a choice stone, a precious corner {stone}  and he who believes in Him shall not be disappointed."

7          This precious value, then, is for you who believe. But for those who disbelieve, "The stone which the builders rejected, this became the very corner {stone,}

8          and, "A stone of stumbling and a rock of offense"; for they stumble because they are disobedient to the word, and to this {doom} they were also appointed.

9          But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for {God's} own possession, that you may proclaim the excellencies of Him who has called you out of darkness into His marvelous light;

10        for you once were not a people, but now you are the people of God; you had not received mercy, but now you have received mercy.

(NAS)

 

Regarding the seven eyes being the seven churches:

 

Rev 5:6

6          And I saw between the throne (with the four living creatures) and the elders a Lamb standing, as if slain, having seven horns and seven eyes, which are the seven Spirits of God, sent out into all the earth.

(NAS)

 

Rev 4:5

5          And from the throne proceed flashes of lightning and sounds and peals of thunder. And {there were} seven lamps of fire burning before the throne, which are the seven Spirits of God;

(NAS)

Rev 1:20

20        "As for the mystery of the seven stars which you saw in My right hand, and the seven golden lampstands: the seven stars are the angels of the seven churches, and the seven lampstands are the seven churches.  (NAS)

 

We have established clearly that the prophecy of Zechariah chapters three & four are speaking of Jesus and his church.  Now we will address the two olive trees mentioned in Zech. 4:3, and 4:11.  This will prepare us for our next reference:

 

·        “a lampstand all of gold with its bowl on the top of it, and its seven lamps on it with seven spouts belonging to each of the lamps which are on the top of it; also two olive trees by it, one on the right side of the bowl and the other on its left side."

 

First we see a lampstand of gold, and it’s seven lamps on it (with seven spouts belonging to each of the lamps).  We know the seven lamps are symbolic of the light in the seven churches, as was specified in our earlier references from Rev. 4:5 and 1:20.

 

Next, we see the “two olive trees” by the lampstand and the seven lamps.  One olive tree is on the “right” of the lampstand, one olive tree is on the “left” of the lampstand.  Later in the context, the two olive trees are also referred to as “two olive branches” in Zech. 4:11-14:

 

·        Then I answered and said to him, "What are these two olive trees on the right of the lampstand and on its left?"  And I answered the second time and said to him, "What are the two olive branches which are beside the two golden pipes, which empty the golden {oil} from themselves?"  So he answered me saying, "Do you not know what these are?" And I said, "No, my lord."  Then he said, "These are the two anointed ones, who are standing by the Lord of the whole earth."

 

The two olive trees are two branches, which are beside two golden pipes that empty their golden oil.  The golden oil represents the anointing that is poured forth, and the two olive trees (two branches) represent those anointed ones who stand by the Lord of “the whole earth.”  The fact that they are around the “whole earth” ties in with our earlier conclusion that they are amongst tribes, tongues, peoples, and nations (see Rev. 11:9).

 

Why was one olive tree on the right, and the other tree on the left of the lampstand?  Jesus discusses this with His disciples:

 

Mark 10:35-45

35        And James and John, the two sons of Zebedee, came up to Him, saying to Him, "Teacher, we want You to do for us whatever we ask of You."

36        And He said to them, "What do you want Me to do for you?"

37        And they said to Him, "Grant that we may sit in Your glory, one on Your right, and one on {Your} left."

38        But Jesus said to them, "You do not know what you are asking for. Are you able to drink the cup that I drink, or to be baptized with the baptism with which I am baptized?"

39        And they said to Him, "We are able." And Jesus said to them, "The cup that I drink you shall drink; and you shall be baptized with the baptism with which I am baptized.

40        "But to sit on My right or on {My} left, this is not Mine to give; but it is for those for whom it has been prepared."

41        And hearing this, the ten began to feel indignant with James and John.

42        And calling them to Himself, Jesus said to them, "You know that those who are recognized as rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them; and their great men exercise authority over them.

43        "But it is not so among you, but whoever wishes to become great among you shall be your servant;

44        and whoever wishes to be first among you shall be slave of all.

45        "For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many."

(NAS)

 

Jesus’ disciples wanted to be on his right and left hand when he ruled in glory from his Father’s throne.  To the Hebrew mind, this meant rulership over the nations when Messiah would ascend to the throne of David (symbolic) and rule the nations with a rod of iron.  So...the disciples wanted to be in a position judging the nations.

 

Jesus responded to their request by saying, “"But to sit on My right or on {My} left, this is not Mine to give; but it is for those for whom it has been prepared."  I believe Jesus is speaking of those whom it was prepared beforehand by the Father.  The first ones to begin judging the nations is the group of believers known as the “two witnesses” (or two olive trees).   Why else would Jesus include this statement about the Gentile rulers?

 

·        “You know that those who are recognized as rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them; and their great men exercise authority over them.”

 

The Lord then goes on to tell them that they must become “servants” in order to be great in the kingdom of God.  Thus, the two witnesses will have the attitude of being “servants” as opposed to those who would claim to be great men or women of God.

 

Our NT reference about the two olive trees will give more insight as to who they are.

 

Two olive trees in Romans

 

Rom 11:13-27

13        For I speak to you Gentiles; inasmuch as I am an apostle to the Gentiles, I magnify my ministry,

14        if by any means I may provoke to jealousy those who are my flesh and save some of them.

15        For if their being cast away is the reconciling of the world, what will their acceptance be but life from the dead?

16        For if the firstfruit is holy, the lump is also holy; and if the root is holy, so are the branches.

17        And if some of the branches were broken off, and you, being a wild olive tree, were grafted in among them, and with them became a partaker of the root and fatness of the olive tree,

18        do not boast against the branches. But if you do boast, remember that you do not support the root, but the root supports you.

19        You will say then, "Branches were broken off that I might be grafted in."

20        Well said. Because of unbelief they were broken off, and you stand by faith. Do not be haughty, but fear.

21        For if God did not spare the natural branches, He may not spare you either.

22        Therefore consider the goodness and severity of God: on those who fell, severity; but toward you, goodness, if you continue in His goodness. Otherwise you also will be cut off.

23        And they also, if they do not continue in unbelief, will be grafted in, for God is able to graft them in again.

24        For if you were cut out of the olive tree which is wild by nature, and were grafted contrary to nature into a cultivated olive tree, how much more will these, who are natural branches, be grafted into their own olive tree?

25        For I do not desire, brethren, that you should be ignorant of this mystery, lest you should be wise in your own opinion, that blindness in part has happened to Israel until the fullness of the Gentiles has come in.

26        And so all Israel will be saved, as it is written: "The Deliverer will come out of Zion, and He will turn away ungodliness from Jacob;

27        For this is My covenant with them, when I take away their sins."

(NKJ)

 

This context in Romans 11 reveals two kinds of olive trees....a “wild” and a “cultivated” olive tree.  The analogy is of the Gentile church (the Roman believers to whom the letter was written) who is referred to as the wild olive tree, or branch, which was grafted into God’s covenant by faith.  The natural, or cultivated olive tree refers to Israel, who was cut off from their covenant with God because of unbelief.

 

Later in the text we find that Israel shall one day be re-established in the faith, and the covenant promises of God fulfilled to them.  Thus, the “two olive” trees can represent both Gentile believers in Jesus (wild olive tree), and those of Israel (the natural olive tree) who come to believe in Jesus.

 

We conclude then, that the two witnesses, who are two lampstands (churches) and two olive trees (Gentile and Jewish converts to Jesus) are the anointed ones who prophesy and pronounce God’s judgment upon the nations during the 42 months prior to their death.

 

It is most likely that these two witnesses are the same as the “remnant” of the offspring of the woman in Revelation 12:17:

 

Rev 12:17

17        And the dragon was enraged with the woman, and went off to make war with the rest of her offspring, who keep the commandments of God and hold to the testimony of Jesus.

(NAS)

 

The reason the remnant is most likely the same as the two witnesses, is because the time frame is the same, and because the remnant also ends up being killed by the beast in Rev. 13:7:

 

Rev 13:7

7          And it was given to him to make war with the saints and to overcome them; and authority over every tribe and people and tongue and nation was given to him.

(NAS)

 

CONCLUSION

 

The two witnesses are two lampstands...that is, two churches.

 

The two witnesses are two groups of people, Gentile & Jewish converts; that is, the church of Jesus during the 42 month reign of the beast

 

The two witnesses are two groups of people who are slain by the beast during the 42-month reign of the beast

 

The two witnesses are God’s witnesses for judgment upon the nations during the great tribulation period

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The Two Witnesses Are Not Enoch and Elijah

 

The two witnesses cannot be two men, and therefore cannot be Enoch and Elijah. This is evident by the very nature of the verses which discuss them:

1. Their dead bodies lie in a symbolic place called "Sodom & Egypt" where our Lord was crucified. Jesus was not crucified in either Sodom, or Egypt, but just outside Jerusalem at Golgotha. Therefore, the two cities have to be symbolic, and thus, the two witnesses have to be symbolic. Egypt represents the world system, and Sodom represents a city which was so full of sin, that God destroyed it by fire. God will destroy more than two literal cities during the 7 plagues. The two witnesses represent all of those who are God's people who testify as a witness against this ungodly system during this 1260 day time period.


Rev 11:8
8 And their dead bodies {will lie} in the street of the great city which mystically is called Sodom and Egypt, where also their Lord was crucified.
(NAS)

2. The two witnesses have to be more than two men, because the scripture says their bodies will be viewed by all peoples, tongues, tribes, and nations within a 3 1/2 day period. Thus, the two witnesses symbolize God's witness against an ungodly system all over the world. The two witnesses could not possibly be two men Enoch and Elijah.


Rev 11:9
9 And those from the peoples and tribes and tongues and nations {will} look at their dead bodies for three and a half days, and will not permit their dead bodies to be laid in a tomb.
(NAS)

3. The two witnesses cannot be Enoch & Elijah, because all the inhabitants rejoice over their dead bodies. This is not physically possible for tweo men, but IS possible if the two witnesses represent God's people who dwell on the earth.


Rev 11:10
10 And those who dwell on the earth {will} rejoice over them and make merry; and they will send gifts to one another, because these two prophets tormented those who dwell on the earth.
(NAS)

The Enoch and Elijah theory is not a new one. It has been around for decades. If the two witnesses were Enoch and Elijah, then why doesn't the scripture specifically say so? The two olive trees are clearly two groups of people, Gentile and Israel. It specifically says so in Romans chapter eleven:


Rev 11:4
4 These are the two olive trees...
(NAS)

Rom 11:13-26
13 But I am speaking to you who are Gentiles. Inasmuch then as I am an apostle of Gentiles, I magnify my ministry,
14 if somehow I might move to jealousy my fellow countrymen and save some of them.
15 For if their rejection be the reconciliation of the world, what will {their} acceptance be but life from the dead?
16 And if the first piece {of dough} be holy, the lump is also; and if the root be holy, the branches are too.
17 But if some of the branches were broken off, and you, being a wild olive, were grafted in among them and became partaker with them of the rich root of the olive tree,
18 do not be arrogant toward the branches; but if you are arrogant, {remember that} it is not you who supports the root, but the root {supports} you.
19 You will say then, "Branches were broken off so that I might be grafted in."
20 Quite right, they were broken off for their unbelief, but you stand by your faith. Do not be conceited, but fear;
21 for if God did not spare the natural branches, neither will He spare you.
22 Behold then the kindness and severity of God; to those who fell, severity, but to you, God's kindness, if you continue in His kindness; otherwise you also will be cut off.
23 And they also, if they do not continue in their unbelief, will be grafted in; for God is able to graft them in again.
24 For if you were cut off from what is by nature a wild olive tree, and were grafted contrary to nature into a cultivated olive tree, how much more shall these who are the natural {branches} be grafted into their own olive tree?
25 For I do not want you, brethren, to be uninformed of this mystery, lest you be wise in your own estimation, that a partial hardening has happened to Israel until the fulness of the Gentiles has come in;
26 and thus all Israel will be saved; just as it is written, "The Deliverer will come from Zion, He will remove ungodliness from Jacob."
(NAS)

It is very clear, the two olive trees (which are the two witnesses), are are "wild" olive tree (Gentile believers in Jesus), and a "natural" olive tree (Jewish believers in Jesus). They are not Enoch and Elijah. This is scriptural proof of who and what two olive trees represent.

4. The two witnesses cannot be two men, but rather two churches, because they are called "two lampstands." Lampstands are specifically called "churches" in the book of Revelation:


Rev 1:20
.....and the seven lampstands are the seven churches.
(NAS)

Again, the two witnesses are clearly called "lampstands":


Rev 11:3-4
3 "And I will grant {authority} to my two witnesses, and they will prophesy for twelve hundred and sixty days, clothed in sackcloth."
4 These are the two olive trees and the two lampstands that stand before the Lord of the earth.
(NAS)

Enoch and Elijah are under the old covenant, and the church is under the new covenant. God grants His authority to Christ, and those who are in Christ, not to Old Testament patron saints. Anyhow, this is my research on the two witnesses as they pertain to the Enoch and Elijah theory.

 


 

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