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False Prophets and Saints – Teaching not Preaching the bible

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In the course of my conversations with Christians there seems to be a misunderstanding of Biblical text.

Example: --
““DON: ...Scriptures reveal by prophecy that the Beast will make war with the Saints and overcome them.
  REFERENCE: (Wrina: Rev. 13:7 Also it was allowed to make war on the saints and to conquer them.)

   DON: “Daniel 7: 25 'He will speak out against the Most High and wear down the saints of the Highest One, and he will intend to make alterations in times and in law; and they will be given into his hand for a time, times, and half a time.

Are you saying 'the Saints' are false prophets and if so, why should the Beast bother with them?”


Saints are not prophets. Saints do not fore-tale events (only prophets fore-tale).
Saints are those we stand with the lamb, and fight against evil/sin/abuses.

In Rev. 13:7 the saints are conquered by the Beast, they do not win at first, nor until they unite with the Lamb.
Then, the Lamb and his called, chosen and faithful follower (i.e.: saints), together conquer the Beast.
Only after this, does the Beast turn against it’s ruler, the prostitute that rides it.

Ref: why should the Beast bother with them?
The Beast bothers with the saints, because the saints are those who resist evil, corruption -- it's comparable to standing against the corruption of our government today - if you become to powerful, they will kill you to retain their power and positions, or place obstacles in your way: false teaching, media manipulation and constraints...

Ref: Daniel 7:25 wear down the saints -
Saints are men, they can become tired of fighting, of always losing, of people not heeding the warnings, and they can give in to temptation -- but a saint will always, when called, muster the strength to continue the fight.

Hope I hope this clears up any misunderstanding of Daniel 7:25 or Revelation 13:7