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As Eusebius noted: "Previously he (the devil) had attacked her (the church) from the outside through persecutions, but now he was prevented, he resorted to internal tactics, using wicked impostors as corrupt agents of destruction, assuming the name of our religion to destroy every believer they could ensnare while deflecting unbelievers from that path that leads to salvation."(1)

(1)Source: Eusebius - The Church History (published in about A.D. 325).

Those in the Lord's church were being attacked physically, mentally, and now more and more through false doctrine.

Before we end this preface to the Book of Revelation, let's conclude by how Jesus prepared His followers for these attacks, persecution and in some cases being martyred for the cause of Christ.

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