Who are the Nicolaitans?

Would you agree that Yeshua wrote Revelation to our last generation?

If not, don’t bother reading any further. If you do, please proceed.

Yeshua mentions the Nicolaitans twice when addressing the seven churches and since He is speaking to our generation we should understand what He is saying, right? Here are the two verses:

Rev 2:6 NKJV — “But this you have, that you hate the deeds of the Nicolaitans, which I also hate."

And:

Rev 2:15 NKJV — “Thus you also have those who hold the doctrine of the Nicolaitans, which thing I hate.
I would submit to you that we know who the Nicolaitans are very well and that most of us grew up as Nicolaitans, including me.
Can you think of any famous person named Nicholas? How about if we add the catholic "saint" to his name?
Have you ever Googled "old nick"?
I urge you to prayerfully consider these questions because it is important, according to Yeshua. He used the word "hate" twice when speaking of them.

When I Google “old Nick” this is what comes up first:

Time is short.

P.S. – I just looked on a calendar and Christmas Eve and Christmas are on Yah’s Sabbath this year. It’s almost like, this is your last chance. Will you choose to honor YHVH and Yeshua, the Lord of the Sabbath, or will you choose to honor old Nick?

Choose life!

Published by Holly Hickey הדסה היקי

It's not about me, it's about my Father, His holy, unchanging Word, Yeshua made flesh! No ear tickling here. (And maybe a couple of posted recipes that I've been unable to find online elsewhere. 😉)

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