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usurp
to seize and hold by force without right
prophet
one who utters divinely inspired revelations or foretells future events
flask
a flattened bottle-shaped container
secular
not sacred or ecclesiastical
sacred
set apart for the service or worship of deity or worthy of reverence
rod
a measure of legnth equal to 16 1/2 feet
staff
a pole, stick, rod, or bar used for supporting, for measuring, or as a symbol of authority
subjection
under the authority or control of another
scourge
cause of affliction (as a plague)
tribulation
distress or suffering resulting from oppression or persecution
prophetic
predictive, relatating to the words of a prophet
remnant
small part or trace remaining
redeemed
ransomed or freed by paying a price
prosperity
thriving condition, economic well-being
editorial
article stating the opinions of the publisher
analogy
an explaining of someting by comparing it point by point with something similar
challenge
to issue an invitation to compete or to prove something
inheritance
something received esp. from one's ancestors
sever
separate by or as if by cutting
The Day of the Lord
protacted period beginning with Christ's second coming and ending with the cleansing of the heaven and earth by fire in preparation for the new heaven and earth
restoration
act of putting something back into its original state
complacency
quiet satisfaction
debased
degraded or corrupted
disintegrate
to break or decompose into constituent parts or small particles
rebuttal
disproving by evidence and argument