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Every Eye shall See (14:0)

Christians insist that Bahá'u'lláh fulfill the prophecy that "Every Eye Shall See Him" (Rev 1:7), but according to the Old Testament, Jesus was to fulfill the prophecy: "All Flesh Shall See Him" (Isaiah 40:5). - And then Luke said that Jesus fulfilled this prophecy - (Luk 3:4-6) (14:1) see

1. When Jesus came, the hills and valleys were not physically brought low, nor was the rest of the prophecy physically fulfilled, so it was clearly a symbolic fulfillment. As it was when Christ returned as Bahá'u'lláh, every spiritual eye that was watching saw Him. (14:2)

2."He shall come as a thief in the night" (rev 3:3) suggests that not very many (physical) eyes would see Him. (14:4) see

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