Soundwave Copper Vacuum Audio Bottle 22oz
Stay hydrated while enjoying your favorite tunes with this 2-in-1 personalized steel bottle and speaker. The screw-on lid features an IPX6 water-resistant Bluetooth speaker with 4h of operating time, 33ft working range, and LCD lights. The double-wall stainless steel construction along with the copper inner wall, keep your drinks warm for 12h and cold for 48h.
* Screw-on lid with a built-in bluetooth speaker
* Bluetooth range of 10 meters (33 feet)
* Double-wall stainless steel construction
* IPX6 Water Resistant
* 22oz (0.65 l)
One side gives the Millions Vanished logo and says this,
Another side teaches,
"These "things (i.e. events) which must shortly come to pass" are the subject matter of the book:
- (Rev. 1-3) Events of the whole church age
- (Rev. 4-5) Events in heaven
- (Rev. 6-19) Events of the future tribulation of Daniel's 70th week (Lk.21:1-11, 25-33; Matt. 24:1-25:46; Mk. 13)
- (Rev. 6-10) are the first half of the 70th Week. The 7th trumpet is Mid-Trib and is the reason for the 12 major events of Revelation 11:15-13:18.
- (Rev. 11-19) is last 3.5 yrs (Rev. 11:2-3; 12:6, 14; 13:5) (Great Tribulation/Jacob’s Trouble).
- (Rev. 20) Events of the Millennium
- (Rev. 21-22) Events of the eternal new heavens and the new earth"
The last side teaches,
The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave unto him, to shew unto his servants things which must shortly come to pass...
[Revelation] Greek: apokalupsis (GSN-<G602>), TO UNVEIL, UNCOVER, REVEAL. It implies the lifting up of a curtain so that all can see alike what is uncovered. When used of writing, it means to reveal or make clear (Eph. 3:3; Gal. 1:12); when used of a person, it denotes visible presence (Rev. 1:1; 2 Thess. 1:7; 1 Pet. 1:7, 13). Here it refers to both the book and the person of Christ.
[of Jesus Christ] Not a revelation altogether concerning Christ, but one from Him. Christ is not the main subject of the book.
[to shew] The purpose was TO SHOW, NOT HIDE from His servants, EVENTS from John's day into all eternity (Rev. 21-22)."