Revelation 11


Revelation 11 presents a prophecy of two witnesses—the two olive trees, or two candlesticks which stand before the God of the earth. These two witnesses prophesy for three and a half days, are killed, and then resurrected. The first verse of Revelation 11 contains the answer to the great disappointment of 1844—the prophetic message from Revelation 10 that was sweet in the mouth and bitter in the belly.