"Hosanna to the Son of David!
Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord! 
Hosanna in the Highest!

--- Matthew 21:9




The "Second Child" Prophesied in the Bible


When people heard this song, most of them thought it was about of the birth of Jesus Christ two thousand years ago. But, in fact, it was about the "Second Child" prophesied in the Bible for the "Second Coming".

There were two "Male Child" prophesied to be born in the Bible: the "First Child"  was prophesied in the Book of Isaiah in the Old Testament, which was Jesus Christ at the beginning of the New Testament, and the "Second Child" was prophesied in the Book of Revelation at the end of the New Testament.

The "First Child" Prophesied in the Bible:

In the Old Testament, Isaiah prophesied the "First Child" in the Bible:

"For to us a child is born, 
to us a son is given, 
and the government will be on his shoulders, 
And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, 
Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace
(Isaiah 9:6)

This "First Child" prophesied in the Old Testament was Jesus Christ in the New Testament.

The "Second Child" Prophesied in the Bible

At the end of the New Testament, John prophesied a "Second Child" in Revelation 12:1-5

A great and wondrous sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet and a crown of twelve stars on her head. She was pregnant and cried out in pain as she was about to give birth.” (Revelation 12:1-2)

"She gave birth to a son, a male child, who will rule all the nations with an iron scepter. And her child was snatched up to God and to his throne." (Revelation 12:5)

In the past, most people didn't understand this prophecy. They thought it could the church, Israel or even Jesus who was born before this prophecy was given. Actually, this "Second Child" in in the Bible would be born under the reign of the "Red Dragon" (Revelation 12:5), and later grow up and be spiritually awakened in Revelation 14 and come out as the "Rider on the White Horse" in Revelation 19:11. He will unseal the 2,000-year mystery of the Book of Revelation (Revelation 5) and bring forth the New Millennium Testament, the Eternal Gospel of Peace & Wisdom for "every nation, tribe, language and people," (Revelation 14:6) for the New Millennium Kingdom. (Revelation 20:1-5

"First Child" in the Bible (Jesus Christ) "Second Child" in the Bible
(New Name)
Prophesied in the Old Testament (Isaiah 9:6) Prophesied in the New Testament (Revelation 12:5)
Fulfilled in New Testament Fulfilled in New Millennium Testament
Death Threat from the Killing Order by King Herod Death Threat of Being "Devoured" by the "Red Dragon"
Bring the Gospel of Salvation to Israel, then to Europe & Overseas Bring the "Eternal Gospel" to "every nation, tribe, language and people"

The "New Name" of the "Man Child" in Revelation 12:5

When God promised He would send Elijah to prepare the day of the Lord at the end of the Old Testament, He sent a man named John to fulfill His promise in the New Testament. (John 1:6) And when John was born, the angel told his father Zechariah that his son should have a name John and he would have the “spirit and power of Elijah”. (Luke 1:17) John was the “Second Coming” of Elijah, but with a different new name.

In the Book of Isaiah, Isaiah also prophesied that a child would be born and his name should be Immanuel (Isaiah 7:14), but in the New Testament, the name of that child is Jesus.

In the Book of Revelation, Christ also wrote in His letter to the church in Philadelphia, “Him who overcomes I will make a pillar in the temple of my God… and I will also write on him my new name.” (Revelation 3:12) That means the Christ for the “Second Coming” will have a “New Name”, which was also confirmed by the prophecy about the “Second Coming” in Chapter 19 of the Book of Revelation - “He has a name written on him that no one knows but himself.” (Revelation 19:12)

That “New Name” of the "Man Child" in Revelation 12:5 & 19:11 is revealed in the book, Revelation Fulfilled.

The Other Prophecies about the Birth of this "Second Child" in the Bible

Besides the prophecies in the Holy Bible, the birth of this "Second Child" in the Bible was also prophesied by two renown prophet and astrologer in the United States, the "Sleeping Prophet" Edgar Cayce and the famous astrologer Jeane Dixon. Their visions and prophecies are explained in details in the Chapter 7 and 10 in the book, Revelation Fulfilled.

After the birth of the "Second Child" in the Bible, his spirit was "snatched up to God and to his throne" so that the "Red Dragon" could not find and "devour" him. (Revelation 12:5) However, after the "Great Cultural Revolution" was ended, God did give a musician in the west the inspiration to write the following song for the birth of this "Second Child" in the Bible:

When a Child is Born

Lyric by Fred Jay

Sung by Johnny Mathis

“A ray of hope flickers in the sky
A tiny star lights up way up high
All across the land dawns a brand new morn
This comes to pass when a child is born

A silent wish sails the seven seas
The winds of change whisper in the trees
And the walls of doubt crumble tossed and torn
This comes to pass when a child is born

A rosy hue settles all around
You’ve got the feel you’re on solid ground
For a spell or two no-one seems forlorn
This comes to pass when a child is born

(And all of this happened
Because the world is waiting
Waiting for one child
Black, white, yellow, no one knows
But a child that would grow up 
And turn tears to laughter, 
Hate to love, war to peace
And everyone to everyone’s neighbor
Misery and suffering would be forgotten forever.)

It’s all a dream and illusion now
It must come true, sometimes soon somehow
All across the land dawns a brand new morn
This comes to pass when a child is born

This is a most beautiful poetic and prophetic song about the birth of a child. It became the top Christmas song in 1976 in the United Kingdom. Most people were touched by this beautiful song, even though they might not fully understand the prophetic meaning of this song. They thought it was just another Christmas song about the birth of Jesus in the first century, but actually it is the ONE and ONLY “Christmas” song about the birth of the “Second Child” in the Bible.

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