Armageddon: what is Armageddon?

Bible New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures from Jehovah's Witnesses The word Armageddon appears in the Bible in the Bible book of Revelation chapter 16 verse 16. The expression Armageddon comes from a Hebrew term that means “Mountain of Megiddo”. Strictly speaking Armageddon refers to the situation which is described in the Bible book of Revelation chapter 16 verse 14. When the Kings of the entire inhabited earth are gathered in opposition to Jehovah God.

How Jehovah’s Witnesses use the term Armageddon

Jehovah’s Witnesses use the term Armageddon like mentioned above. And to refer to the war that immediately follows the gathering of the Kings of the earth. On, the website from Jehovah’s Witnesses, you can read the article “What is the battle of Armageddon?”

Armageddon explained in the Watchtower

In a Watchtower (published by Jehovah’s Witnesses) article from September 2019 the term Armageddon was explained. And how Jehovah’s Witnesses know that Armageddon refers to a symbolic place. Not to any literal place on earth.

What events will lead up to Armageddon?

In the same Watchtower article from 2019 the question “What events will lead up to Armageddon” was answered.

Armageddon in the Bible

(Revelation 16:14) They are, in fact, expressions inspired by demons and they perform signs, and they go out to the kings of the entire inhabited earth, to gather them together to the war of the great day of God the Almighty.
(Revelation 16:16) And they gathered them together to the place that is called in Hebrew Armageddon.

Almost all religions will be destroyed before Armageddon

God’s word, the Bible, shows, that before Armageddon almost all religions will be destroyed. All in God’s eyes false religions. Jehovah God will use political powers to destroy this religions.

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